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kuala-lumpur-vertical-skyline-klcc-towers-amazing# Kuala Lumpur’s property developers are taking simmering projects off the backburner and readying to launch new developments as the local property market picks up.

For the past year, developers have shelved plans for new building and consolidated by selling homes that were ready-built.

As demand for residential mortgages picks up, developers are opening show homes and testing the water by inviting prospective buyers to sign registers of interest.

Most developers have a tipping point of registrations that then kicks off development.

Kuala Lumpur’s housing market is mainly focused on a young, well-paid local population moving in to the city for work in hi-tech and financial sectors.

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A unique and spacious 1270sqft  centrally located in the heart of the Golden Triangle in KLCC, the heart of the Malaysia economy, just 5 minutes walk from the world-famous Petronas Towers is for sale by owner. The apartment is luxuriously furnished with contemporary designer furniture, fitted kitchen, walk-in wardrobes, Hansgrohe fittings and broadband ready. This corner residence gives magnificent city views over the tree-lined streets of KLCC.

Kuala Lumpur Skyline
Kuala Lumpur Skyline [photo credits to Christopher Chan on flickr]

The Star (Malaysia) recently published an article titled Kuala Lumpur’s 10 most expensive condos. The article revealed a list of Kuala Lumpur’s 10 most luxurious high end Condos going for a minimum of RM1000 sq/ft (£142 or US$287 sq/ft). The list however excluded the yet-to-be launched Four Seasons and Binjai developments.

We are going to shed more light on each of the 10 most expensive condo developments in Kuala Lumpur.

1. One KL
2. The Troika
3. K Residence
4. The Meritz
5. Marc Residence
6. The Avare
7. Park Seven
8. Pavilion Residence
9. Idaman Residence
10. Ampersand @ Kia Peng