Looking for a home or a property investment opportunity in Kuchai Lama? Learn about the Feng Shui elements that have kept Kuchai Lama as one of the most sought after suburbs in Kuala Lumpur at the unveiling of a new and exciting condominium, genKL.
Meet Dato’ Joey Yap who will be sharing some of his best Feng Shui secrets and hidden gems at the unveiling, which will take place at 10:00am on Level 3A, Connexion @ Nexus, Bangsar South City on May 21.
Well-known for his perceptive talks that guide attendees on how to foster good Qi (energy) in any home, Dato’ Joey Yap will be sharing tips that are useful for any modern day family looking for a space to call their own.
The day-long event, which starts at 10:00am and ends at 5:00pm, will also see master mapmaker Ho Chin Soon uncover the remarkable potential of the strategically located Kuchai Lama suburb, coined as the perfect lifestyle hub for the busy urbanite.
Nestled between Kuala Lumpur’s commercial and retail hubs of Bangsar, KL Sentral and Midvalley, genKL is the epitome of an urban lifestyle amidst a tranquil landscape.
A joint venture development between Juta Asia Corporation and Singapore’s CapitaLand, genKL is a freehold residential condominium comprising a 30-storey high rise tower with 332 units atop a podium. Furthermore, what completes the open landscape architecture will be a breathtaking seven units of 3-storey villas with a pool view and naturally ventilated lawn and garden walk.
Built and designed to weave in seamlessly with the picturesque backdrop of nature, the property aims to bridge the generation gap and bring family members closer together.
New generation families are becoming conscious of the need to live near their parents, looking out for them in their old age. This provides many opportunities for the latter to spend time with their grandchildren whilst maintaining some independence.
While many cherish the value of privacy, the daily commute is increasingly taking its toll on the valuable and limited time of a city dweller. Keeping in mind the importance of the concept of filial piety in Asian culture, genKL was designed to house multigenerational families under one roof while still lending privacy to the family through a selection of dual key apartments.
Each unit was crafted for ease and convenience while maintaining an aesthetic value with quality finishes. The living and dining areas are spacious enough for all family members to enjoy their own space, whilst quality tiles line both areas.
Boasting over numerous indoor and outdoor facilities, genKL has some of the finest amenities ideal for the entire family – whether young or old. Among the notable facilities are the 50m infinity lap pool, landscaped viewing deck that looks out to the terrace walkway, an outdoor fitness corner and indoor gym, a playground and a playroom for kids.
Access in and out of genKL is remarkably easy with a network of highways including the Federal Highway, Shah Alam Highway (KESAS) and the New Pantai Expressway (NPE). Exiting from these many highways towards genKL is Old Klang Road, a well-established neighbourhood with some of the best gastronomic fare served round the clock. Mid Valley Megamall is just a short drive from genKL where one can find a plethora of different international retail brands, restaurants, and entertainment outlets.
Singapore’s CapitaLand and Juta Asia Corporation have been the backbone for several quality residential projects in Kuala Lumpur, namely Zehn Bukit Pantai and Sastra u-Thant.
One of Asia’s largest property companies, CapitaLand has a diverse real estate portfolio primarily focused on integrated developments, shopping malls, serviced residences and offices.
Established in 2002, Juta Asia Corporation is a property development focused on residential and commercial properties in the Klang Valley.
Join us to learn more about Feng Shui and Kuchai Lama’s potential from Joey Yap and Ho Chin Soon this coming Saturday. Visit genKL for more details.
Mangalesri Chandrasekaran, Editor at PropertyGuru, edited this story. To contact her about this or other stories email firstname.lastname@example.org