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HIJAUAN KIARA | Kuala Lumpur (Mont Kiara) | Completed (2008)

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Sitting on a 6-acre freehold parcel in Mont´Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Hijauan Kiara looks set to set a new standard in luxury in the neighbourhood. Only 188 owners will be pampered with the exclusivity of one to two units per floor. A variety of layouts are available from 2,090sq ft to 3,700 sq ft,each with its own private life lobby

Featuring the unique spa island, residents will be able to relax and rejuvenate with facilities such as a jacuzzi, hot and cold pools and therapy rooms for massages and other spa treatments. It will be truly be a private oasis for the residents.

Lushly landscaped with a full complement of facilities that include an infinity pool and one of the largest childing´s wading pool, this project will deliver on its promise of being an exclusive spa-themed resort at your doorstep.
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wah!! so many more new buildings in mont' kiara
thanks for the pic, James Foong

it's gonna be completed real soon !! :happy:
nice roof but looks scary
nice roof but looks scary
it's actually very nice to look from the top. i believe it's in a shape of a leaf (heart-shaped leaf)
Hijauan Kiara
Mont'Kiara, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur
From RM782,000 - RM3,042,900
Property Type: Condominium
Land Title: Residential
Tenure: Freehold
Land Area: 5.4 Acres
Built Up: 2,090 sq. ft. - 3,732 sq. ft.
Listing Price: From RM782,000 - RM3,042,900
No. of Bedrooms: 3+1, 4+1
No. of Bathrooms: 3, 5
Total Units/Lots: 188
Bumi Discount: 5%

Bukit Kiara Properties Sdn Bhd (216311-K)
Penthouse Block B-13A-P1, Plaza Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 603-6203 1100
Fax: 603-6203 2070
[email protected]
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Hijauan Kiara in own class


IF you are looking to buy or rent a condominium in Mont' Kiara in Kuala Lumpur, which would you choose?

Well, the newly completed freehold Hijauan Kiara stands out from the rest and makes me dream of owning one after seeing how my kids enjoyed themselves at the condominium's recreational deck one recent Sunday.

They were gleefully jumping on a trampoline that has no stand but is embedded on the ground! So if your child bounces out of the trampoline, the risk of falling or tripping is very much reduced. And, should they fall, they will land on thick artificial grass called Dutch “Royal Grass”. The company has spent more than RM200,000 just on the turfing.

Part of the view of Hijauan Kiara in Mont' Kiara.
Developed by Bukit Kiara Properties Sdn Bhd (BKP), Hijauan Kiara is special indeed!

It boasts of several “firsts”. It is the first and only completed condominium in Mont' Kiara with private lift lobbies. It is also the first condo to have granite pools; the first to have a “Spa Island”, the first to use the German-imported Dedon garden furniture, not to mention the unique trampoline.

There are seven blocks surrounding a large recreational area with steps leading to a tennis court. From the top deck, one can have a sweeping view of several existing condominiums in Mont' Kiara and right below are colourful bougainvilleas, planted on terraces right down to the 25-metre adult pool, children's pool, children's playground, four cosy reading pavilions and a jacuzzi sundeck.

There is also a squash court, viewing deck, hot and cold pool and indoor and outdoor gymnasium.

The layout design reflects the ingenuity and efforts of BKP's managing director N. K. Tong and his team, who have put in many interesting features to ensure that Hijauan Kiara's residents have their own private “oasis” or “green haven”.

For example, there is a meditation garden with two reading pavilions at a corner of the upper deck of the recreational area. At the other corner of this deck is the “Spa Island”, another special feature of Hijauan Kiara.

The fact that Tong himself has young children could partly explain why so much thought had been put into making Hijauan Kiara a paradise for children.

Tong said: “We are always willing to explore and experiment with new ideas but at the same time, we must ensure that all innovative ideas are user friendly and robust.

“We have three areas for people to have their barbecue gatherings or hold parties without bumping into each other. Today, a project such as the Hijauan Kiara would have 420 units instead of 188 units,” he added.

The Hijauan Kiara is the second of BKP's three projects in Mont' Kiara. The first was Aman Kiara development comprising bungalows and duplex condovillas, sited opposite Hijauan Kiara.

The third is the Verve Suites; an 881-unit, four-tower serviced residence featuring fully furnished designer suites in four ID themes.

Unlike Verve Suites' smaller units, those at Hijauan Kiara are spacious with units ranging from 2,000 to 3,732 sq ft and prices from RM782,000 to RM3mil (average RM460 per sq ft. Recent transaction is said to have hit RM620 per sq ft). The biggest penthouse is 5,400 sq ft in size. Maintenance charge is 30 sen per sq ft.

Chief operating officer Vincent Lim said there were only four units left unsold. “Every few months, we have a new theme. The current one is called Going The Extra Mile,” he said, adding that the units would be handed over soon.
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New Bukit Kiara Properties (BKP) projects in KL

Bukit Kiara Properties (BKP) will be offering an upmarket residential condominium in Kuala Lumpur's city centre before the year is up. Prospective buyers can expect low-density, low-rise
units with large built-up areas from 3,000 sq ft. In terms of the pricing, the developer said it is “way too early to tell”.

BKP is already handing over the earlier units of Hijauan Kiara to buyers

With no more land at its Mont’Kiara base where it has three high-end residential projects —Aman Kiara, Hijauan Kiara and Verve Suites — the developer made inroads to where all the action is taking place when it concluded a deal to purchase two pieces of freehold land in the city centre last year.

BKP group managing director NK Tong says the two parcels, one on the fringe of the city centre and the other along Persiaran Madge in the Ampang area, are under an acre each.

“We are in the process of obtaining the necessary planning approvals from the authorities for the Ampang site first and expect it to be up for sale by year-end or early next year,” Tong told PropertyPlus at a media night held in Hijauan Kiara recently.

When asked about the pricing, Tong only said that it would be in line with the rising trends of inflation and material costs. “The prices in the vicinity [of the site] are ranging between RM1,000 and RM1,200 psf,” he added.

According to Tong, it is also busy with the planning of the project that has an approved density of 30 units or less housed within a 5-storey or lower building. Some of its existing customers have indicated an interest in the project and Tong believes the project's response would be “very good”.

The gross development value of the Ampang project would be between RM90 million and RM100 million, said Tong.

For the other project, Tong shared that it is in the midst of being designed. “It will be a high-rise development... the price is still too early to tell,” he said, adding that it is looking at unveiling it six months after the Ampang project takes off.

Meanwhile, the developer’s new showroom gallery for its 881-unit Verve Suites serviced residence will be ready soon as it gears up for the launch of its third block in the second quarter of 2008. Sited on a 5.8- acre freehold parcel, Verve Suites comprises four residential blocks and a stand-alone 60,000 sq ft retail podium.

While still waiting for the approvals from the relevant authorities for the latest block, Tong displayed visible excitement about it. He added that customers could expect something totally different from the first two blocks that were launched in March 2006, and February 2007, for RM570 psf and RM650 psf respectively.

On Block C’s pricing, Tong only revealed that it would be “substantially more” than its previous units. “For Blocks A and B [totaling 428 units], we have managed to sell 95% of the units without the aid of advertising and promotion. We also have customers that are willing to wait to see what we have to offer for Block C before making their commitment,” he said, adding that he is confident that Block C units would be well received.

Currently, the existing showroom gallery sits on the land designated for Blocks C and D and the developer is in the midst of tearing it down. The new showroom gallery will be housed in the
first phase of the retail podium, which has main road frontage. BKP plans to retain the retail podium for recurring rental income, with the retail outlets there open to the public as well.

For Hijauan Kiara owners, the developer has obtained the Temporary Certificate of Fitness from the authorities and is in the midst of handing over the units. It is also offering resale and rental
services for customers.

Earlier during the press conference, Tong said that the projected rental rate at the 188-unit Hijauan Kiara project is RM4 psf, which works out to be a gross rental yield of 10%. Hijauan Kiara units are housed within seven blocks and built-ups range between 2,090 sq ft and over 4,068 sq ft for penthouses.

Launched in mid-2005 and sold at about RM470 psf, the freehold 5.4- acre Hijauan Kiara is BKP’s second completed project, the first being the gated-and-guarded strata-titled Aman Kiara comprising bungalows and duplex condovillas. Recent secondary transactions of the Hijauan Kiara units have already reached RM625 psf.

Tong is confident of Hijauan Kiara’s secondary prices surpassing the RM700 psf mark within the next six months. There is only one unit left for sale, the 4,622 sq ft penthouse at about RM2.73 million. The maintenance fee has been set at 30 sen psf inclusive of a 3-sen contribution to the
sinking fund.

“There are about 5,000 to 8,000 completed residential units in the Mont’Kiara vicinity and our project is one of the lowest density developments here. We are also the first to offer the private-lift-lobby concept and is the only completed project with this benefit,” Tong added.

By theSun - PropertyPlus (by Loo Pik Kwan)
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BKP to deliver Hijauan Kiara

HIJAUAN Kiara condominium units will be handed over to their owners next month, Bukit Kiara Properties Sdn Bhd (BKP) said in a statement.

With only 188 units, the seven-block project is one of the lowest density developments in the Mont'Kiara neighbourhood. It is also the only completed condominium in the area to have private lift lobbies.

BKP group managing director N.K. Tong said the private lift lobbies were to provide privacy to the owners.
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