I-Bhd to unveil King of the Hill


SHAH ALAM: I-Bhd, the master developer of i-City, will launch two new real estate projects in early 2016 which are the Hyde Towers @i-City and 8Kia Peng @KLCC.

In a statement on Friday, the property company said it would unveil on Jan 15 its last tower block located on i-City’s western parcel.  

“Aptly named Hyde Tower, this tower block is fully fitted and ID (interior design)-furnished to match the London theme.”

Hyde is a 43-storey tower block with residential units ranging from 465 sq to 769 sq ft. 

I-City is a 72-acre freehold ultrapolis located along the Federal Highway with a direct flyover access.

Additionally, I-Bhd will also be unveiling The King of the Hill, also known as 8Kia Peng @KLCC, on Feb 26.

Nestled within Jalan Kia Peng on high grounds, 8Kia Peng @KLCC is a single 50-storey tower on a freehold land with  a gross development value (GDV) of RM829mil.

There will be 442 units made available of which 315 units consist of service apartments (from Level 20 to 49) while 127 SOHO units will occupy Level 9 to 19, the company said.

It said 8Kia Peng came with a good size of 716 sq ft to 987 sq ft – all with two bedrooms and is fully fitted and furnished in a ready move-in condition.  The price tag is expected to start at RM2,300 per sq ft.

“Given the location, site topography and the offering for this luxurious residence, 8Kia Peng @KLCC is so aptly known as The King of the Hill,” said i-City Properties Sdn Bhd director of marketing Monica Ong.
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