Private haven in capital city

The nicely decorated dining area of The Mews three-bedroom serviced residences.

LOYAL customers of Eastern & Oriental Berhad’s projects need not travel all the way to Kuala Lumpur for a feel of The Mews Serviced Residences. 

A property showcase on the 38th-storey twin towers in Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, which was completed last month, will take place at the E&O Sales Gallery in Seri Tanjung Pinang, Penang from 10am to 6pm this weekend.

It is the first joint-venture project between the premier lifestyle developer and Japan’s largest developer Mitsui Fudosan Co. Ltd.

Comprising 256 custom-designed residential units, the RM469mil project presents ample-sized master bedrooms with elegant ensuite bathrooms, synonymous with the E&O brand.

The sixth floor of The Mews connects the community with an array of lifestyle facilities and an exclusive water sanctuary.

The expansive 37th floor deck with its vantage position offering spectacular 180 degree vistas of KL city complete with open lawn and private manicured garden -— is perfect for entertaining or simply for one to enjoy the view.

While located in a prime spot within the Kuala Lumpur central business district, it has the ambience of a private haven tucked away from the main urban thoroughfare.

Residents have a choice of units with built-up areas of 925 to 2,615sq ft in configurations of 1-and-2 bedroom serviced residences as well as penthouses.

E&O group marketing and sales senior general manager Wayne Wong said Penangites who frequent Kuala Lumpur should consider The Mews, which sets a new benchmark for high-end residences in Kuala Lumpur.

“The project is completed with Certificate of Fitness and ready for immediate occupancy.

“Buyers can move in any time,” he said.

For details, call 04-890 9999.

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