A Special Presentation
Developer: Naza TTDI (Naza Group is Malaysia's largest luxury car importer)
Size: 75.5 acre or 30.2 ha
GDV: 15 billion ringgit (approx. US$5b)
Architect: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (New York)
Location: As depicted above covering a large area off Jalan Duta, next to the current Matrade building
Proposition: Malaysia's business, trading and convention hub
Tagline: "A city inspired by vision"
- A total of 23 towers including a supertall tower,
- 2 retail centres including one 2 million sq ft shopping mall,
- and a 100,00 sq m (1 million sq ft) exhibition and convention space
Phase 1: 2011-2015
The first phase of the KL Metropolis development involves an estimated GDV of RM6 billion and will see the construction of the new Matrade HQ, an exhibition centre, a retail space offering more than two million sq ft, a residential tower, two hotels and two office buildings.
Matrade Centre will open in 2015.
Landmark: Matrade Centre and a landmark tower expected to be between 90 to 120 storeys depending on economic situation from 2015
- Residential and mixed residential,
- Commercial and corporate offices,
- M.I.C.E. facility,
- Business and boutique hotels,
- a Business School,
- Healthcare-wellness precinct, and
- Arts/cultural precinct
Connectivity: The proposed MRT Circle Line (MY Rapid Transit 2nd Line)
Certifications: Malaysia Green Building Index (GBI) and US-based LEED for Neighbourhood Development
Status: Construction has begun. Piling for Matrade Centre is 60% completed since it began in May 2011.
Completion: The whole project is expected to finish in 2025.
Official Website: http://www.klmetropolis.com