Tunku Abdul Rahman College, often known as TARC or KTAR, is a public institution of higher learning in Malaysia. The 186 acres KL Main Campus is the largest college in the city of Kuala Lumpur. It consists of 22 lecture halls, 18 blocks for tutorial classes with/or administration offices, three blocks of workshops and one block for guest accommodation, a childcare centre, an examination building, a sport complex with roof-top tennis courts, a three-storey library and a 22,000 square feet (2,000 m2) college hall. It also offers laboratories, computer laboratories, Olympic-size swimming pool, two Gymnasiums, football field, basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball court, badminton courts, and shuttle bus services.
New Condominium Near TAR College & LRT Station @ Kuala Lumpur
Type:2 Blocks of 15 Storey Condominium & 3 Storey of Commercial Retail Space
Numbers of Units: Condominium (412 Units), Retail Space (300,000sf)
Land Area: 3.2 Acre
Expected Completion Date: Mid of 2015
Expected Maintenance Fees: RM0.22psf
Built Up: 806sf (3Room 2Bathroom), 925sf(3Room 2Bathroom), 1092sf(4Room 3Bathroom)
Price: RM320,000 & Above (Average RM350psf)
2. Jogging Track
3. Picnic Table
4. BBQ Area
5. Infinity Pool
8. Multi Purpose Hall
9. Community Hall
10. Library/Reading Room
Retail Management Body
Tentatively, the retail space will be manage by RCMC Group. The founder, Richard Chan was the former president of the Association for Shopping and High-Rise Complex Management (PPK) from 1987-2006. He is a favorable figure and company in maintaining and managing the retail space.
Anchor Tenant for Retail Space
NKC is established in 1953 and owns the oldest retail chain network in East Malaysia. NKC is a household name in East Malaysia for at least three generation. They will occupy 60,000sf of retail space and with a 15 years contract.
1. TAR College (15 Minutes Walk)
3. UIAM (Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia)
4. Sri Utama (International)
5. Malaysia Institute of Art (MIA)
1. Festival Shopping Mall (Parkson)
2. Jaya Jusco Wangsa Maju
3. Carrefour Wangsa Maju
4. Giant Setiawangsa
2. Pizza Hut
1. This project previously was shop office project and was abandoned in year 2005 due to previous directors having financial problem and the company was blacklist.
2. In Year 2009, the company has been taken over by new director from public listed company.
3. In year 2010, the project was revived however due to the local council DBKL restriction of factors such as (density/layout/sizes/pricing) the project couldn’t take off.
4. In Year 2012, the developer and the local council DBKL has came to agreement for the project.
5. Oxidation Pond beside the project is no longer function and will be covered up for future development.
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