The concept of Kuala Lumpur Sentral is futurist-holistic, and its design reflects this. Cutting-edge technology blends seamlessly with a well-planned layout of spacious plazas, indoor courtyards, sidewalk cafes, shops, restaurants and numerous pedestrian walkways. Throughout, artistically landscaped greenery and buffer zones add to a sense of harmony. The result is a city-within-a-city that provides ultra-modern facilities and amenities yet also promotes emotional and sensorial well-being: a city where life flows efficiently without limitation.
At Kuala Lumpur Sentral, you can set up your office as well as home. As all you could possibly need is within walking distance of each other, motor traffic is kept to a minimum, creating an atmosphere free from urban noise and pollution. At the same time, the open layout ensures even human traffic is maintained within non-intrusive limits.
There is a central electrical distribution system for self-sufficient power generation, while civic functions such as waste collection and water supply are managed using the latest, and most efficient, systems.
The Kuala Lumpur Sentral masterplan features a self-contained city concept comprising corporate office towers and business suites, international hotels, luxurious condominiums, a shopping mall and an international exhibition, convention and entertainment centre.
These carefully integrated developments are designed to present an environment that is unparalleled in its dynamism and emphasizes the essence of urban living. It is the first city in Malaysia to portray the new characteristic of a global city, where work, live and play co-exist in a harmonic environment.
Award-winning Kisho Kurokawa Associates & Architects, who also designed the main building of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), is responsible for this contemporary and international concept of space, light and greenery. Spacious plazas, indoor courtyards, sidewalk cafés, shops, restaurants and pedestrian walkways interspersed with landscaped green buffer zones, create a sense of a harmonious existence, blending functionality with technology and accessibility.
The prime 72-acre freehold commercial and residential environment is built around a world-class transportation hub, Stesen Sentral.
An Urban Symbiosis
As in perfectly balanced ecology, a well-planned city should allow resources that nourish its growth to flow through effortlessly. Every element that makes up the body should work together seamlessly. Constantly refining and adding value to each other, yet always maintaining a simple and mutual harmony.