The Mews

A Freehold Service Apartment In Kuala Lumpur City Centre.
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Introducing The Mews


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The one address that bespeaks private, easy and stylish living, transporting you to a world away from city buzz the minute you step in.

The Mews is a 38 storey, freehold development hidden in a peaceful, tree-lined alley. She is understated simplicity, foregone in today's competitive urban jungle, a thoughtfully choreographed living space within a cocoon of relaxing, summery existence.

A unique residence that bears the E&O trademark of distinction.

The Mews.
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Dancing Leaves

Dance of Leaves

A walk through the grounds of The Mews reveal overhead plant-covered trellises. Surrounding trees offer sun-dappled respite, subtly scented by the perfume of floral bushes. Tall climbers provide walls of screens with views, like the cacade of the multi-storey car park adorned with cascading leaves.

Natural Selection

Natural Selection

The Floor of natural timber glows invitingly. Walls finished in neutral shades hold banks of storage. Their dorrs aligned to max out space that is already column free. The Mews resonates sensibility, function and harmony whichever corner you turn, be it in the one-bedroom or penthouse suite.

The Right Stuff

The Right Stuff

Whether you prefer the secured privacy of your suite of enjoying your music in an isolated shady nook by the freeform hydro-pool, The Mews is all about choices. You will find a water-garden sanctuary on the 6th floor, fitted for rest-and-relax activities. Feel like throwing a party? There is the rooftop sky garden designed just for the purpose.

A sense of Grace

A Sense of Grace

The Mews is inclined towards practicalities that reflect its softer side. Eyes widen to all sorts of possibilities upon discovering the large en suite walk-in wardrobe, the extra-wide vanity counter and the freestanding bathtub in a generous bathroom. These are considerations not expected in traditional properties, but yet appeal so much to one's sense of grace.

Peace of Mind

Peace of Mind

The drive up into the resident car park is a breeze with wider ramps. The car parks are also noticeably larger where columns are pushed back for easy parking. With the way traffic is engineered from entry to exit, you can tell security is not left to chance, and concierge services provide peace-of-mind. Life is thoughtfully planned at The Mews.

Home & Away

Home & Away

Eating being the favourite local pastime, the area around The Mews is dotted with cafes, jazz bars and restaurants. The Kulal Lumpur City Centre leads the pack with its eclectic gallery of shops, international eateries, high-end boutiques and a centre for performing arts.

Retro Unlimited

Retro Unlimited

Air and space flow unhindered through the living, dining and fitted kitchen. The high ceiling and large metal-framed windows ad volume even to the smallest suite. The Mews revisits the past when interiors were more spacious, and adds a modern touch of unstructured informality. With neutral tones, the canvas supports any decor style, form vintage to contemporary.

The Mews Artist Impression

The Mews

It is our pleasure and privilege to present a unique residence that bears the Eastern & Oriental Berhad trademark of distinction.
The Mews transports you to a world away from city buzz the minute you step in. Here is one address that bespeaks private, easy and stylish living.

The Mews - Fact Sheet

It's all in the details.

The Mews is built in Kuala Lumpur, it is centrally located at the heart of the city centre. Within a short walking distance to a kaleidoscope of nightspots, major shopping malls,restaurants and 5 star hotels as well as corporate offices of global giants.

It is accessible via Jalan Yap Kwan Seng from various major roads in the city. Excellent connection to public transport links – LRT , MRT , Taxis, & Buses. The Mews is about sensuous living, done with high safety. It is a 15 mins drive to Malaysia’s most coveted residential enclaves like Mont Kiara,Hartamas, Bangsar and Damansara Heights. Situated in the prime location of the city’s Golden Triangle.

Facilities on Level 6

Level 6

Facilities on Level 37

Level 37

Note: All measurements are approximate and illustrations are artist’s impressions only. All specifications and information contained herein are also subject to amendments as may be required by the authorities and/or the Developer’s project consultants; hence, they shall not form any part and parcel or invalidate or annul any contract of sale between the Developer and the Purchaser.
Type A - 1 Bedroom

1 Bedroom

Type A
Level 7-26
Build up size:
922/923 sq ft | 86 sq m

Type B - 2 Bedroom

2 Bedroom

Type B
Level 7-26
Build up size:
1251 sq ft | 116 sq m

Type C - 2+1 Bedroom

2+1 Bedroom

Type C
Level 27-35
Build up size:
1459 sq ft | 136 sq m

Type E1 - Penthouse - 2417 sqft

3+1 Bedroom

Type D
Level 27-35
Build up size:
2058 sq ft | 191 sq m

Type E1 - Penthouse

Penthouse E1

Type E1
Level 36
Build up size:
2417 sq ft | 225 sq m

Type E2 - Penthouse

Penthouse E2

Type E2
Level 36
Build up size:
2623 sq ft | 244 sq m

Note: All measurements are approximate and illustrations are artist’s impressions only. All specifications and information contained herein are also subject to amendments as may be required by the authorities and/or the Developer’s project consultants; hence, they shall not form any part and parcel or invalidate or annul any contract of sale between the Developer and the Purchaser.

Specification

Note: All measurements are approximate and illustrations are artist’s impressions only. All specifications and information contained herein are also subject to amendments as may be required by the authorities and/or the Developer’s project consultants; hence, they shall not form any part and parcel or invalidate or annul any contract of sale between the Developer and the Purchaser.

Artist Impression

The Mews Artist Impression The Mews Artist Impression

Eastern & Oriental Berhad

Boutique & Lifestyle Developer

About Eastern & Oriental Berhad


Eastern & Oriental Berhad

E&O is a name synonymous with timeless elegance and refinement. Inspired by the rich heritage of our legendary 19th century E&O Hotel in Penang - from which the Group takes its name - we draw from our past to forge the future.

Via our core divisions of Property Development, Property Investment and Hospitality & Lifestyle, the E&O Group has extensive interests in Kuala Lumpur and Penang. The most recent additions to The Group's portfolio include the landmark metro suites of St Mary Residences in Kuala Lumpur; Penang's first seafronting retail marina, Straits Quay, and the luxury resort condominiums of Quayside in the sprawling 1,000-acre community of Seri Tanjung Pinang; as well as the newly refurbished Lone Pine Hotel on Penang's famed seaside stretch of Batu Ferringhi.

Each endeavour that bears the E&O name adds a new chapter to our rich legacy - a legacy that has endured for over a hundred years and continues to set new standards in style and luxury for the future.

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The Mews makes impact in KL

The Mews Serviced Residences
  • Posted by: The Star
  • March 30, 2013

E&O’s The Mews to make impact in the heart of KL


THE last couple of years saw little change in Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, Kuala Lumpur, a stretch of road of less than l km.

Most, if not all of the bungalows there have been converted to commercial establishments. Some of them have been turned to food and beverage (F&B) outlets, legal firms, lifestyle businesses and car park lots.

Source: The Star

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A retail block and a high-rise residential block sit near the Jalan Yap Kwan Seng-Jalan Tun Razak junction while at the opposite end is the Australian High Commission. Megan Phileo Avenue, which comprises several office blocks, is the largest commercial development there.

Interest to convert old bungalows to higher density development seems to be returning to the KL City Centre (KLCC) vicinity.

In the second quarter of this year, Eastern & Oriental Bhd (E&O) will be launching The Mews Serviced Residences which will be located in one of the lanes off Jalan Yap Kwan Seng. It was launched in Hong Kong on March 9 and 10.

The niche lifestyle developer entered into a joint-venture development with Mitsui Fudosan Residential Co Ltd, a unit of Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd, to develop the 1.3 acres.

Comprising two 38-storey blocks, the RM400mil project will have 256 units of serviced residences. It will have one to three-bedroom and penthouse units with built-up areas ranging from 922 sq ft to 2,623 sq ft. About 75% of units will be one- and two-bedroom units. It is expected to be completed in 2017.

E&O is a niche lifestyle developer while Mitsui Fudosan is one of Japan's largest property developer. The partnership started a few years ago to market E&O's developments. As a result of that relationship, Japanese buyers form the second largest segment of E&O's foreign buyers today.

Mews is a British word for a country landscape. According to the Oxford dictionary, it means a row of stables that have been converted into houses or a country lane.

E&O deputy managing director Eric Chan says it will be something different from what's available there now. It is targeted pretty much at women buyers.

According to the Hong Kong marketing brief, it will have generous walk-in wardrobes and full-length shoe cabinets.

The units are column-free and will be fully fitted and equipped with appliances. It will have CCTV surveillance and concierge services. There will also be shuttle services to places around KLCC.

The marketing brief to Hong Kong buyers also included a line “great potential for appreciation in value”.

There is certainly a lot of interest in the KLCC of late with the arrival of big names like the Four Seasons and Banyan Tree. Property consultant DTZ Nawawi Tie Leung managing director Eddie Wong and another property consultant from Rahim & Co who declined to be named say they are seeing interest returning to the city.

Over the past two weeks, Ireka Corp Bhd also advertised the launch of RuMa Hotel and Residences located at Jalan Kia Peng, Kuala Lumpur. It also marketed the project in Hong Kong and Singapore.

RuMa will have 200 units of residential units sitting on top of 253 units of hotel suite on one acre. About 80% of the residential units are under 1,000 sq ft, while in the hotel component, about 80% comprises units of less than 500 sq ft.

Says 7Wong: “We have two years of lull with interest shifting to the suburban and city fringes. But with prices creeping up to RM1,000-RM1,100 per sq ft in city fringe projects, investors are shifting interest back to the city.

“Over the longer term, the preference will be for KLCC,” he says.

On the huge number of unoccupied units in the KLCC vicinity, a property consultant who requested anonymity, says the empty units are reflective of the holding power of that initial group of purchasers.

“The people who bought into the KLCC area in the beginning are not pressured to sell or to rent. If the market rental is RM18,000 and someone offers them RM14,000, they would rather leave it empty. Buyers who depend on the rental to cover their loan repayment will accept the lower offer.”

As for the congestion in that locality as more high-rise projects enter the market, he says it is because of the congestion that interest is returning to the city.

“People don't want to travel (and be stuck in a traffic jam). So the walking distance becomes a criteria. Tenants prefer to stay there and take a 15-minute stroll to work,” he says.

DTZ's Wong says interest in the KLCC and its surrounding area like Bukit Bintang, Jalan Kia Peng and Jalan Yap Kwan Seng is mainly for one- and two-bedroom units with rental at RM4.50-RM6.50 per sq ft with the monthly rental ranging between RM5,000 and RM10,000.

He says it is the investors who buy into the smaller units while those who buy to stay will prefer the larger units.

Wong, whose company is marketing The Manhattan in Jalan Raja Chulan, says more than 50% of the project's 129 units has been sold to mostly Malaysians. Most of them are one- and two-bedroom units. There are only 4 three-bedroom units.

The selling price of the 30-storey Manhattan averages between RM1,600 and RM1,700 per sq ft. United Engineers Ltd Singapore is developing it. The project is located between Menara Goldhill and Wisma MPL.

Malaysia My Second Home Programme

Malaysia My Second Home Programme is promoted by the Government of Malaysia to allow foreigners who fulfill certain criteria, to stay in Malaysia for as long as possible on a multiple-entry social visit pass.

Malaysia My Second Home

Malaysia My Second Home Programme is promoted by the Government of Malaysia to allow foreigners who fulfill certain criteria, to stay in Malaysia for as long as possible on a multiple-entry social visit pass.

The Social Visit Pass is initially for a period of ten (10) years, and is renewable.

ELIGIBILITY

It is open to citizens of all countries recognised by Malaysia regardless of race, religion, gender or age. Applicants are allowed to bring their spouses and unmarried children below the age of 21 as dependants.

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GOVERNMENTAL SUPPORT

This programme is initiated, organised and launched by the Malaysian Government and is thus one that the Government will continuously seek to improve, to ensure its success.

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Transformation of KL

Greater Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley


The Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley (GKL/KV) National Key Economic Area (NKEA) is one of the 12 NKEAs under the Economic Transformation Programme. The goal of this NKEA is to transform Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley into the top-20 most livable metropolis globally and top-20 in terms of economic growth. Greater KL/KV comprises the area under the administration of ten local authorities.

The Greater Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley

The Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley (GKL/KV) National Key Economic Area (NKEA) is one of the 12 NKEAs under the Economic Transformation Programme. The goal of this NKEA is to transform Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley into the top-20 most livable metropolis globally and top-20 in terms of economic growth. Greater KL/KV comprises the area under the administration of ten local authorities.

To achieve these goals, a two-month lab for GKL/KV identified nine Entry Point Projects and three Business Opportunities to catalyse efforts towards achieving the GKL/KV goals. These are organized along four dimensions: GKL/KV as a Magnet, Connect GKL/KV, GKL/KV New Places, and GKL/KV Enhanced Services. Greater KL/KV is also seen as a driver of growth for the remaining 11 NKEAs sectors.

The Minister of Federal Territories and Urban Well-being is the Lead Minister for the GKL/KV. A Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley Steering Committee was established in October 2010 under his chairmanship to provide guidance and set strategic directions to ensure the success and effectiveness of the implementation of the nine Greater KL/KV Entry Point Projects (EPP) and the three Business Opportunities. The Steering Committee Members comprised distinguished personalities from both the government and the private sector.

Greater KL/KV extends beyond the boundaries of Kuala Lumpur. It is defined as the area covered by 10 municipalities, each governed by local authorities: Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL), Perbadanan Putrajaya, MB Shah Alam (MBSA), MB Petaling Jaya (MBPJ), MP Klang (MPK), MP Kajang, MP Subang Jaya (MPSJ), MP Selayang, MP Ampang Jaya (MPAJ) and MP Sepang. This Greater KL/KV metropolitan area is smaller than that of the Kuala Lumpur National Conurbation as defined under the latest review of the National Physical Plan. It focuses on the highest density economic agglomerations within the conurbation, including important sites such as the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. In 2010, the population of Greater KL/KV is approximately 6 million, and it contributes about RM263 billion to the nation’s GNI. This translates to 20 percent of the national population contributing 30 percent of the nation’s GNI, proving that Greater KL/KV is indeed the engine of the nation’s economic growth and hence designated as a NKEA.

For more information, please visit Greater KL/KV

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Malaysia is on track to achieve developed nation status by 2020 and will not be hampered by uncertainty around the results of the upcoming national election, Datuk Seri Idris Jala, Minister in charge of Malaysia's Economic Transformation and CEO of the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) told the Asian Investment Conference.

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E&O leveraging KL and Johor



LEVERAGING from its success in Penang, Eastern & Oriental Bhd (E&O) will be expanding the depth and breadth of its property and hospitality business, going forward, deputy managing director Eric Chan Kok Leong says.

Chan says “the continued interest” in property development and the hospitality industry in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johor is encouraging the company to look into new concepts and lifestyles.

“We want to expand the brand further out here (in Kuala Lumpur's hospitality sector) and in Johor's (property development scene),” he says.

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