Sri Tiara is among the handful serviced-residence developments established in the lush green neighbourhood of Seputeh in the western fringe of Kuala Lumpur. Since the inception of the neighbouring Mid Valley Megamall in 1999, once a sleepy neighbourhood located between Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, Seputeh is now a choice area for those who are yearning for a perfect location closed to Bangsar and Petaling Jaya, while at the same time appreciate the tranquillity of a green and less congested township.
Developed by a reputable developer from Singapore, Far East Organisation, it was their first venture in Malaysia as their foreign property market foray. Consisting of 30-storeys, the single tower block development encompasses 150 units only, ranging from 102 to 295 square metres (1,100 to 3,180 square feet), with the largest unit comes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
As a serviced-apartment, it is also equipped with a variety of essential facilities including a swimming pool, playground, gymnasium, sauna and game courts. This low-density development has enticed both short-term and long-term stay due to its accessibility and facilities provided. Situated on a hilly site of Jalan Taman Seputeh, it is bordered by the Seputeh Permai condominium and University of Malaya Staffs’ Quarters, just a next-door the megamall.
Symbolises the epitome of postmodernism architectural style, the single-tower Sri Tiara’s façade design embodied the clever expressions of curvilinear in the myriad of horizontal features. The use of full-height windows further characterised its exterior with the plentiful appearance of deep balcony walls.