Tranquil sanctuary in urban setting

  • Metro News
  • Friday, 10 Jul 2020

Leong (left) and Yeoh with a scale model of M Adora.

Property developer Mah Sing Group Bhd has enhanced its portfolio with the anticipated launch of M Adora, a residential development strategically located in Wangsa Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, an area that has become a hub for highly accessible and self-sustainable developments over the years.

A full residential condominium development comprising two towers housing 677 apartment units, M Adora is, according to Mah Sing chief operating officer Yeoh Chee Beng, “an oasis of tranquillity focused on providing a contemporary and pleasant lifestyle for urban dwellers who enjoy being surrounded by the city skyline backdrop and great mist-covered mountain range over the horizon.”

The company’s group strategy and operations director Rachel Leong said, “M Adora is a contemporary urban sanctuary where we aim to inspire everyday living, by taking care of life’s greatest simplicities.”

Yeoh and Leong were speaking ahead of next week’s launch of M Adora, which would showcase numerous key features of the new development that included the arrangement of M Adora’s twin towers in a concave arch formation to ensure unit dwellers have an optimised, unobstructed view of the surrounding scenery.

M Adora, Leong elaborated, was nestled in an area with “the rolling Genting hills at one end and the vibrant city skyline at the other, and driving to its location takes the city dweller through quiet neighbourhoods and tree-lined streets.”

He added that this observation was what spurred the group to realise the area’s potential.

The towers offer a panoramic view of the hills and to further enhance the viewing experience, the group included a reflective pool within the M Adora development.

In addition to key features such as M Adora’s proximity to various public transport facilities, main highways such as DUKE and MRR2, numerous schools, hospitals and shopping centres, the residential development boasts 35 facilities including an Olympic-sized horizon pool, a herb garden, a cantilevered glass-walled gymnasium and a sky bridge at Level 29 where apartment owners can entertain guests.

As with all attractions, design plays a key role in any residential development.

“Our team laboured at our vision,” said Leong, as they went through iterations of the design, endeavouring to answer crucial property owner-focused questions such as how would people get to the gym if it rained, whether parents had full line of sight of their children during playtime and how to ensure residents felt safe and secure.

“The visual axis is one of the most important aspects when we designed M Adora,” Leong said, adding that the inspiration was a Balinese temple gateway.

A lush landscape has been incorporated into M Adora’s facility podium to provide the apartment owners such as first-time buyers, upgraders and young families with an enriched experience, to serve as a family retreat, containing communal spaces like seating alcoves and kick-about lawns.

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