Discover Plush Living at The Troika
Nestled beneath the hustle-and-bustle of the city is The Troika, a three-tower luxury condominium located in the heart of KLCC. The Troika boasts of plush interiors and world-class facilities, making it one of the most desired addresses among Kuala Lumpur’s rich and elite – ranking it up right there with One KL and St Mary Residences.
The Troika’s high-end facilities make it a sought-after location for the young and successful city-dweller. Its serene surroundings and spectacular views make it an ideal residence for families, couples, and achievers. Living a life of luxury is definitely one of The Troika’s promises—and it’s about time for you to level up and experience plush living like no other.
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Nothing But World-Class
The Troika is a luxurious residential condominium developed by Bandar Raya Developments Berhad, or known more popularly as BRDB. Its designer is Foster + Partners, a world-renowned architecture firm based in London. Some of the architecture firm’s major projects include the London City Hall, the Reichstag Building in Berlin, and Millau Viaduct in France—the highest road bridge in the world. Foster and Partners brings its expertise and touch of class in Malaysia through The Troika—another great addition to the architecture firm’s already stellar line-up of projects and architecture milestones.
BRDB has been one of Malaysia’s prominent developers, and with The Troika, it’s clear that it is only heading towards the right direction. With its latest partnership with Foster + Partners, BRDB has separated The Troika apart from its competition—in terms of class, prestige, and design. Apart from Troika, BRDB is also known for its upmarket condominiums in Bangsar (notably Serai on Bukit Bandaraya) and Verdana in the north of Mont Kiara.
The Strength in Numbers
The Troika has a gross development value of RM840 million. Spread over 2.13 acres, The Troika comprises of 3 residential towers, which are 38, 44, and 55 storeys respectively. Each residential tower has 172 luxury-serviced apartments, 57 small office/home office (SoHo) units, 7 penthouses, as well as retail establishments, restaurants, and boutique offices. There are only two units per floor, so privacy is assured.
The luxurious condominium also features two 2x volume “glass-encased” bridges which are connected to the beautiful sky lobby, which in turn connects The Troika’s three majestic towers. It offers a breath-taking view of Malaysia’s cultural landmark—The Petronas Towers.
As of this writing, more than 70% units of The Troika have been sold. A majority of its penthouses have been bought by foreigners—one of which is a 21,000 square feet, four-level penthouse that was reportedly sold for an estimated RM57 million.
Price per sq ft wise, Troika has always been in the upper tier even among the most luxurious KLCC condominiums in the likes of The Binjai and Park Seven. A quick check at the local property portals shows that asking prices are frequently touching the RM1,800 PSF mark. Is this a fair price to pay? To find out, use this free valuation guide – courtesy of GoodPlace.my. Download the digital version of the guide for free – click here.
Below is a trended asking prices chart compiled from various public sources:-
Experiencing Luxury and Style
For the lover of luxury, The Troika does not indeed disappoint. Indulge in these world-class facilities, as follows:
- 30,000 square feet landscaped courtyard
- Gym services and aerobics facilities
- Swimming and wading pools
- Timber deck
- Recreational areas (indoor and outdoor)
- Games room
- Function hall
- BBQ area
- Laundry and housekeeping services
- Jacuzzi and sauna services
The Troika also offers a spectacular view of the Petronas Towers and the famous Kuala Lumpur skyline. In terms of style, Foster + Partners developed and introduced a “twisting building” concept to The Troika, making it stand out among its neighbouring buildings. To some, it seems to be an inspiration to YTL Land’s newer development The Fennel @Sentul which has similar “twisted” shapes in its condominium architectural design.
Troika also hosts the magnificent Acme Bar & Coffee, which serves rather good cempedak cakes. There’s also the new “Troika Sky Dining” trivium of restaurants – Cantaloupe (fine dining), Strato (wine bar) and Caret (Italian); these are located on Level 23A of Block B. For traffic control, there are separate elevators for both low- and high-zones. This lessens the waiting time for elevators significantly.
Curiously, despite being on commercial land, the utilities are charged at residential rates which are lower.
Use our interactive map below to check where the closest amenities to the Troika are.
- Police Stations
- Computer Stores
The Troika is situated at the intersection of Jalan Binjai and Persiaran KLCC in the prominent district of KLCC. The Ampang Park LRT station is only a short two-minute walk. The Troika also has an easy access to Jalan Tun Razak and Smart Tunnel. High-class dining and entertainment are only minutes away—unwind and enjoy your weekends in neighbouring KLCC restaurants and bars. Truly, The Troika’s location is perfect for modern-day living, because it mixes convenience with style and class.
Our Final Analysis
Privilege and prestige are two of the words synonymous with The Troika. Treat yourself with life’s extravagant pleasures—make The Troika your home and get ready to experience luxury at its finest. I know I’ve been drooling for a unit since I first saw it during its launch in the fourth quarter of 2005…
While I am bullish about the long term prospects of the KLCC enclave, in the short term the asking prices for Troika seem to be a little on the higher side, especially in the advent of the launches of branded residences such as The RuMa and E&O Residences as well as integrated developments such as Platinum Park – these are all priced RM2,000 PSF and above. To find out what’s the fair market value of a unit at the Troika, use this valuation guide which you can download for free courtesy of GoodPlace.my -