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CRCC has been apponted as Main Contractor for M101 Skywheel.


M101 Skywheel to make a landmark statement in KL
Posted on February 14, 2018 | 3089 views | Topic : Featured, Featured Dev, News & Articles, Property News, Special Focus.

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M101 Holdings Sdn Bhd (M101) is taking high-rise living to a whole new level with unique concepts and inspiring architectural designs.

Its M101 Skywheel development, strategically located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, will strive to make a statement amid the multitude of famous landmarks by changing the city’s skyline with an intriguing and fascinating composition.
http://www.starproperty.my/index.ph...-skywheel-to-make-a-landmark-statement-in-kl/
 

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based on the rendering..that Ferris wheel doesnt facing KL twin towers/KLCC right?. how visitors can enjoy KL iconic skyline view.
 

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based on the rendering..that Ferris wheel doesnt facing KL twin towers/KLCC right?. how visitors can enjoy KL iconic skyline view.
It's not a view from a flat window on some building. It's a pod attached on >200M above the sea level ferris wheel with 360deg view. Of course they can enjoy the skyline.:)
 

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From the picture, the plot is almost perpendicular to the Setia Sky Residences, that we know faces Petronas towers almost head-on as seen from various images taken from the place towards KLCC. The other plot seen along the street is the MRT station, not part of M101. So if M101 is aligned to the longer axis of it's plot, the ferris wheel too would be the same as shown in various renderings.

If the cabins are designed in such a way to maximize views along the 90 degree axis, most likely the major views will be towards Dataran Merdeka, PNB and Telekom tower on one side and the Ulu Klang quartz ridge on the other side.

I hope the blank walls of the two flanking towers won't be the major view along the 180 degree axis, with KLCC most likely constituting a minor viewing angle seen from the renderings.
 
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