The Kuala Lumpur Pavilion sits on a 12.6 acre site facing Jalan Raja Chulan and Jalan Bukit Bintang, and was developed in two phases. The shopping center is the main focus of the development, taking up a net leasable area of 1.37 million square feet spread over 7 retail levels, with approximately 450 retail shops.
The apartment structure is called “The Pavilion Residence” and consists of 368 high-end apartments spread over two towers. The unit sizes for these apartments start at about 1,200 square feet for a 2-bedroom unit, increase to 2,000-2,500 square feet for a 3-bedroom room unit, and then grow to a substantial 4,000 square feet for the 4-bedroom units on the upper floors. There are also duplex units and a penthouse over each block.
- Phase 1 included construction of a 6-story shopping mall; the 9-story entertainment center; and the 3-level basement parking garage.
- Phase 2 produced the 1-block, 20-story office building; the 2-block, 43-story and 50-story apartment structure (taller tower is above the shopping mall); and a 15-story hotel.
- A shear wall concept was used for the apartment towers, with a transfer plate located a floor above the podium roof level. The towers are founded on individual piled rafts.
- Engineering Award, Silver with Merit
Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia (ACEM)