Crest Sultan Ismail

December 23, 2013 — 3 Comments

Modern living has definitely reached a new high with the rise of The Crest Sultan Ismail, a condominium developed by Crest Worldwide Resources. Located in the busy district of KLCC, the condominium rises above its neighbouring buildings with its two blocks which is comprised of residential units and corporate offices. Its corporate office tower has 26 storeys, while the residential block is comprised of 44 storeys.

Below are the aggregated listings of sub sale units of Crest available at the local property portals:-

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Standing on 1.72 acre of leasehold land, residents of The Crest also has access to its 6-storey podium that houses a car park and retail shops. Location-wise, it’s off Jalan Cendana which means that it neighbours another luxury condominium – the Cendana. Originally slated to complete in 2010, it’s still work-in-progress at the time of the publication of this review.

A Whole Lot of Amenities and Features to Enjoy

Each unit at the condominium boasts of elegance and luxury – it comes furnished with a kitchen equipped with a refrigerator, cabinets, hobs, and hoods. Built-in wardrobes are included in its bedroom, while its bathroom is equipped with hot water showers.

Being in the KLCC district allows residents to enjoy the perks of living in the centre of it all. Besides being surrounded by the grandest shopping malls such as Starhill, Suria KLCC, and Pavilion, its location makes life more enjoyable through its busy nightlife and fancy restaurants.

Tourist attractions are also nearby – how could one not spot the Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower from the condominium’s location? Units are also constructed to have a spectacular view of either the Parliament or Genting Highlands.

Banks are also within walking distance – Asian Finance, Citibank, HSBC, Standard Chartered, and Public Bank can be reached within minutes by foot or by car.

The KLCC vicinity also has international schools, universities and colleges, hotels, and hospitals. With all these within the condominium’s location, it’s hard not to choose where else to stay in sunny Kuala Lumpur other than KLCC.

The Crest Sultan Ismail is all about luxury. It aims to offer its residents all the luxury they all deserve. First-class amenities include a swimming pool, wading pool, children’s playgrounds, a sauna, and a pool side lounge. There is also a landscaped garden and a multi-purpose hall on the podium. To add more to the list of where to go are cafes, boutiques, and restaurants, which are all located on the podium’s ground floor. There is also a laundry service to make chores bearable, as well as a visitor’s lounge to accommodate guests.

Walkability

With the worsening of the traffic jam condition around the KLCC and the Sultan Ismail area, closeness to amenities becomes a major selling point. The GoodPlace Walkability Score (GWS – more information here) for Crest is 81, which is rather fair-weather when compared to other KLCC condominiums. Download a free high resolution KLCC walkability map here.

The interactive map shows where the closest amenities to the Crest Luxury Residences are.
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Accessibility

Since KLCC is located in the middle of it all, one can say that it’s relatively easy to go to anywhere with its strategic location. There are also nearby light rail stations should one need to take the public transport. Roads that connect the area to major cities and destinations are Jalan Ampang, Jalan Cendana, Ampang Elevated Highway, Federal Highway, and Middle Ring Road 2. Transport hubs are also within the vicinity, namely, KL Sentral, KTM, and Puduraya Bus Terminal.

Putrajaya can be reached with a 45-minute drive, while the Kuala Lumpur International Airport takes about a one-hour drive.

Unit Structure

The condominium houses a total of 278 residential units and 75 units for corporate tower houses. The options available are one to five bedroom units whose areas start at 616 square feet to 7,593 square feet. Spacious is the best adjective to describe The Crest Sultan Ismail units—apparently, bigger is always better in this side of town 🙂

[dc]M[/dc]odern living has definitely reached a new high with the rise of The Crest Sultan Ismail, a condominium developed by Crest Worldwide Resources. Located in the busy district of KLCC, the condominium rises above its neighbouring buildings with its two blocks which is comprised of residential units and corporate offices. Its corporate office tower has 26 storeys, while the residential block is comprised of 44 storeys. Below are the aggregated listings of sub sale units of Crest available at the local property portals:- [feature_box title="Crest, Jalan Sultan Ismail" title_color="fff" header_color="F5BA47"][listing][/listing][/feature_box] Alternatively, if you'd like us to do the research for you and get a list of verified Crest units to buy, then click here. The service is free, and non-obligatory. Standing on 1.72 acre of leasehold land, residents of The Crest also has access to its 6-storey podium that houses a car park and retail shops. Location-wise, it's off Jalan Cendana which means that it neighbours another luxury condominium - the Cendana. Originally slated to complete in 2010, it's still work-in-progress at the time of the publication of this review. A Whole Lot of Amenities and Features to Enjoy Each unit at the condominium boasts of elegance and luxury - it comes furnished with a kitchen equipped with a refrigerator, cabinets, hobs, and hoods. Built-in wardrobes are included in its bedroom, while its bathroom is equipped with hot water showers. Being in the KLCC district allows residents to enjoy the perks of living in the centre of it all. Besides being surrounded by the grandest shopping malls such as Starhill, Suria KLCC, and Pavilion, its location makes life more enjoyable through its busy nightlife and fancy restaurants. Tourist attractions are also nearby - how could one not spot the Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower from the condominium’s location? Units are also constructed to have a spectacular view of either the Parliament or Genting Highlands. Banks are also within walking distance - Asian Finance, Citibank, HSBC, Standard Chartered, and Public Bank can be reached within minutes by foot or by car. The KLCC vicinity also has international schools, universities and colleges, hotels, and hospitals. With all these within the condominium’s location, it’s hard not to choose where else to stay in sunny Kuala Lumpur other than KLCC. The Crest Sultan Ismail is all about luxury. It aims to offer its residents all the luxury they all deserve. First-class amenities include a swimming pool, wading pool, children’s playgrounds, a sauna, and a pool side lounge. There is also a landscaped garden and a multi-purpose hall on the podium. To add more to the list of where to go are cafes, boutiques, and restaurants, which are all located on the podium’s ground floor. There is also a laundry service to make chores bearable, as well as a visitor’s lounge to accommodate guests. Walkability [dc]W[/dc]ith the worsening of the traffic jam condition around the KLCC and the Sultan Ismail area, closeness to amenities becomes a major selling point. The GoodPlace Walkability Score…

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Fair

Situated right at a point where everything is within reach, Crest Sultan Ismail aspires to bring modern living to the next level. Its location is central but some may dislike the fact that it's next to a cemetery.

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Crest’s Pricing

Launch prices for The Crest started at RM818 per square feet in 2008. After only three years, its prices ballooned to RM1,100 per square feet. Residential unit prices ranged from RM425,000 to RM5.9 mil, while its corporate office units were tagged somewhere between the prices of RM540,000 to RM6.6 mil.

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3 responses to Crest Sultan Ismail

  1. Could you please give me more information about the status of the CREST development in KL.

    Many thanks – Jason Creasey

  2. Have there been any recent updates on this development? I notice that the official website is no longer available…

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