Platinum Park @ KLCC

Platinum Park by TTDI Development (a member company of the Naza Group) is a RM3.5 billion integrated development in the vicinity of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC).

Platinum Park_map

With 9.1 acres of freehold land bordering KLCC Park, it will be the largest luxury development in Kuala Lumpur.  

Platinum Park_1

The development consists of 7 towers, including a 50-storey that will be the new headquarters of Felda group of companies.

Construction will start this year and is scheduled for completion in four years. The first condominium will be launched later this year with prices ranging from RM2,000 to RM2,500 per sq ft.  

Platinum Park_2

Components of Platinum Park:

1. 50-storey Menara FELDA [counted as 1 tower]

2A. Twin 30-storey 123 units Platinum Residences I [counted as 1 tower]
  B. Twin 42-storey 164 units Platinum Residences II [counted as 2 tower]

3. Twin 30-storey Platinum Concierge Suites [counted as 1 tower]

4A. 38-storey Platinum Business Suites I [counted as 1 tower]
  B. 33-storey Platinum Business Suites II that will be Naza HQ [counted as 1 tower]

5. 1.5-acre of private park

6. Niche lifestyle retail offerings spread over 80,000 sq ft

Platinum Park_view



5 Responses to “Platinum Park @ KLCC”

  1. mazridzuan mohamad Says:

    naza hq is revised to 50 storeys.

  2. Dr. Lai Yip Poon Says:

    Wish to get more information about the Platinum Park such as brochure, selling price and etc.
    Please kindly send by email or post to :
    2 Jalan Menara U8/6,
    Bukit Jelutong,
    40150 Shah Alam,

  3. Ridzliani Says:

    How come nobody really talk about the architect company who design the projects. I know RSP Akitek is the lead architect and even master planner for Platinum Park and the NAZA Office Tower design is by RSP Akitek cool aint it.

  4. Ghogaru Says:

    I think Platinum Park will be more elegant if the skyscrapers have some influence of western architecture..

  5. maguro Says:

    i expect at least a 10 stories of carpak for a 50-storey building. but i think it’s not possible for msian architecture coz saving costs is more important than saving future owners and workers at the building hassle of no parking

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