Kuala Lumpur (Old Klang Road)23-04-2020: Book an Appointment to view Millerz Square Show Room and get Direct Developer Price. UPDATED in March 2017 Exsim has submitted a revised Master Plan on 3 March 2017 where the development will now have 5 blocks of high rise - 1 strata office block with 336 units office suites, and 4 blocks of serviced apartment with total 1,633 units.
A general view of the large video board that thanks those who are fighting coronavirus in New York City's Times Square April 22. Exsim will have two millerzsquare-okr.com new projects coming up soon — an office building called The Arcuz in Kelana Jaya and serviced apartments in Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, Kuala Lumpur.
Millerz Square is a serviced apartment situated in Old Klang Road (Jalan Klang Lama). This is one of the biggest mixed in Old Klang Road. Millerz Square will have easy access to the New Pantai Expressway (NPE), which connects to Bangsar and Kuala Lumpur. Millerz Square @ Old Klang Road is a new development made up of a dynamic mix of residential, office, and retail.
These main roads are connected and close to Millerz Square. The launch price for a residential unit at Millerz Square will begin from RM667,000. The serviced apartment tower, called Astor and Barrow, is geared towards families and young couples and costs around RM900 per square foot.
The proposed development will consist of office, serviced apartment and retail space. A sman walks a dog in front of a closed Saks Fifth Avenue store days before the phased reopening of businesses and restaurants from coronavirus disease restrictions in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 22.
Wheat's mini pies at the Jazz Fest include shrimp and andouille (left) and broccoli and cheese (right). Millerz Square pricing will not disappoint aspiring owners of this condominium. The development will offer convenient access to the brand-new Pantai Highway (NPE) linking Bangsar and Kuala Lumpur.
Millerz Square is ideal for young entrepreneurs and businesses. Millerz Square will feature a freehold mixed development of serviced apartment and commercial block. A medic leaves a house after responding to a call amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Everett, Massachusetts on April 21.