The private lounge on the rooftop is perfect for hosting a gathering of family and friends.

UEM Sunrise Berhad – one of Malaysia’s leading property developers – unveils Allevia, a high-rise condominium in the affluent Mont’Kiara neighbourhood in Kuala Lumpur, carefully designed to give one an elevated living experience with ample comfort and privacy.

Allevia at Mont’Kiara, slated for a Q4 launch this year, is located at the last remaining parcel of vacant freehold land in the exclusive and dedicated access of Jalan Kiara 4.

It is within walking distance to Mont’Kiara’s upmarket food, shopping and entertainment hub, in the heart of its vibrant international community.

The new exclusive condo project, targeted for completion in 2025, has a total of 294 units in two towers, ranging from 1,703sqft to 2,634sqft with a selling price between RM1.54mil and RM2.5mil.

One of the outstanding features of Allevia – billed the “Bungalow in the Sky” – is its exclusivity and privacy with only four units per floor.

With up to 43 floors, Allevia’s double towers have been designed to elevate your living and satiate your need for solace and privacy.

With well-planned designs and opulent layouts that offer a slice of the high life, Allevia offers distinctive living, dining and dry kitchen areas, with sweeping views of the Mont’Kiara skyline.

“Mont’Kiara is still very much a preferred address with its excellent amenities, high-net-worth community and proximity to the city centre, ” said UEM Sunrise Chief Operations Officer (Central) Liong Kok Kit..

“Developments with expansive square footage and privileged privacy of just four units per floor will always be in demand as a prime investment. With homes being redefined with the prolonged movement control order, the need for versatile and quiet spaces has never been more sought after.

“We have reached out to potential customers and have recorded keen interest with many enquiries, even from our existing customer base as we preview this new and exclusive ‘Bungalow in the Sky’. In fact, we received 600 enquiries in just one week after we opened for registration, ” he said.

The condos come in a number of variations:

> Three rooms + utility room

> Four rooms + rumpus (recreation space) + utility room

> Four rooms + rumpus + powder room + utility room

You can easily pick one that suits your need for space and comfort.

Vibrant, modern and cosy all at once, the condo offers its residents an open-air drop-off at each tower with a hotel-style grand lobby and an exclusive lounge complete with piped-in music and sweet signature scents.

Allevia also features an open deck equipped with a lap pool, open lawn, wet and dry play park for kids and BBQ facilities for all to enjoy.

Allevia proudly claims to be the first condominium in Mont’Kiara to provide a touchless button lift system and to have a rooftop cycling studio, where it sits on the same level with the well-equipped gym and private lounge.

Allevia complies with QLASSIC and GreenRE requirements, which assures that Allevia is built with quality workmanship, with an eye on sustainability through efficient use of resources such as energy and water in mind while reducing the carbon footprint.

This is in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and World Green Building Council’s commitment towards achieving a net-zero future.

UEM Sunrise has also been consistent in enhancing its brand through its Find Your Happy campaigns since the early part of the year in line with the company’s efforts to take customers through a journey of happiness as well as create a vibrant community.

Allevia will be a prime example of that mantra with its elevated living experience for the privileged to play in.

The public can call +603 2711 8008 for an appointment to view the show unit in UEM Sunrise Showcase, Mont’Kiara.

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