Whoever coined the expression, “the bigger, the better” was not really kidding—and it seems that the developers behind the Four Seasons Place firmly believe in this concept. The Four Seasons Place is going to be the second-tallest building after the Petronas Twin Towers, truly defining how sometimes—size truly does matter. 😉
The Four Seasons Place towers over the KLCC district with its 65-storey building, located next to Malaysia’s cultural landmark, the Petronas Twin Towers. The tower is comprised of residential and commercial spaces, as well as a mall, and a hotel. The developers behind The Four Seasons Place are Singapore-based Ong Beng Seng, who partnered with His Majesty the Sultan of Selangor and corporate figure Tan Sri Syed Yusuf Tun Syed Nasir.
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The Four Seasons Place is located at Jalan Ampang, and stands majestic beside The Petronas Towers. The land area used for development of the residential hotel is at 1.05 hectares. Venus Assets estimates its development value to be RM2.8 billion. This development is the pioneering “Four Seasons Place” in Southeast Asia – expect more to prop up in the region.
Sales for Four Seasons have been reportedly strong; according to an agent that KLCCcondominiums.com.my spoke to, the smaller units were selling at a much quicker rate. We have also seen some “sub sale” units being advertised on the local property portals – as these might be fraudulent the buyer is well advised to do their due diligence. If you’d like us to help you check if there are “legitimate” units for sale then contact us using this form.
The Numbers Game: Four Seasons Place Prices & More
The Four Seasons Place’s spacious interior is definitely a feast for the eyes. Shoppers and mall rats would definitely get a kick out of its mall, which is over 300,000 square feet of premium retail space. The Four Seasons Place also features a 5-star hotel which is operated by the world-class Four Seasons Resorts and Hotels. The hotel houses 150 rooms, all intricately designed to satisfy lovers of modern interior design. It also has 140 apartments that come with room service. There are also 150 apartments available for residents.
As for sizes, each unit measures 3,000 square feet. Price wise, it’s on the steep side—expect to shell out RM2500 to RM3000 per square feet. However, if money is no concern—you can try to check out The Four Seasons Place’s two penthouses, which is reportedly sold at RM37 mil. The average price during its initial take up was reportedly at RM2,950 per square feet.
Its “sister” development in Hong Kong rents out at HK$48,000 to $188,000 per month – not spare change by anyone’s standards! 🙂
Centre Of The Universe
Four Season KL’s location is indeed enviable – it counts the Petronas Twin Towers as its immediate neighbour. This also means that it’s close to everything that matters – use the interactive map below to check where the closest amenities are. Use the shortcuts on the right sidebar to toggle the hotspots and amenities.
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If you’re after a central location right in the middle of the Kuala Lumpur city, it’s hard to imagine a better place.
Enjoy world-class amenities the moment you step inside The Four Seasons Place. Private residents which own units would definitely love to take the plunge on the Four Seasons Place’s swimming pool located 330 metres high above the ground. Serviced apartments can also enjoy the services of a private chef. If your lifestyle demands luxury and style, then The Four Seasons Place could well be one of your top choices.
What separates The Four Seasons Place apart from other residential condominiums would be its commitment to service. Residence would definitely enjoy personalized services and hospitality—making The Four Seasons Place’s brand more appealing to the potential buyers with a lot of money to spend.
Truly, the KLCC district has another great addition to its already stellar list of properties that line the Kuala Lumpur skyline. Here is a lifestyle—hip, modern, and convenience are all rolled into one, and then presented in the most luxurious ways possible. In The Four Seasons Place’s case—bigger is definitely better, and its personalized service, hospitality, world-class amenities, and high-class facilities just make The Four Seasons Place a great investment, as well as a great home. Welcome to the good life. 🙂
We reckon that branded developments like the Four Seasons will herald a new age for KLCC real estate (see GoodPlace.my’s analysis here) – together with the launches of RuMa (on Jalan Kia Peng) and E&O Residences. With asking prices are moving upwards near RM3,000 PSF, this is not near anything else in the KLCC enclave. While the more bullish analysts estimate the prices to reach as high as RM5,000 PSF in the longer term (especially when benchmarked against similarly luxurious real estate enclaves in Hong Kong and Singapore), the launch prices for Four Seasons may well be beyond the reach of the casual KLCC real estate investor.
Note that the Four Seasons do not have a full view of the Petronas Twin Towers due to its location (which is ironic!) – get the agent to arrange for a viewing if you’re interested to get a unit here. Finally, also be aware that management fees are typically more expensive at branded residences such as this; Four Seasons reportedly charge up to RM1 per sq ft (check with your agent on this). The usual, off-the-mill KLCC condo is at about RM0.50 per sq ft.
To estimate what’s the fair market value is for Four Seasons, use our property valuation guide for some tips which you can download below after entering your details.