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Rising to the top in Toul Kork

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A prototype of the development with Group GM Chang Hui Jen. Photo supplied

Rising to the top in Toul Kork

Come October 2016, the affluently plush Toul Kork neighbourhood will welcome a new glamourous kid on the block. Hailing from Taiwan, developer Top Team International Development Co. Ltd. will erect a 34-storey, mixed-use development that will feature three underground floors – to conveniently free up the streets for parking space for its residents.

Blending in with the posh environment, Top King Building serves up its own brand of luxury, comprising premium residential units, lush office spaces, and an entire floor on the 14th level solely dedicated to be a relaxation arena. This entertainment complex will have a Chinese-Western buffet restaurant, a separate cafeteria, three multifunctional rooms, as well as other multipurpose facilities and amenities.

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Its unique mixed-use elements are balanced, with the second to 13th floors reserved for office space, while residences begin from the 15th to the 33rd level. Each residential floor comprises 21 units, rounding up to a total of 399 units of one and two-bedroom layouts. A balcony in each 60.9 square metre one-bedroom unit ensures you get the best view of the bustling capital city.

No upscale condominium or mixed-use building is ever complete without a rooftop pool or a lounge bar. Top King promises the highest swimming pool – an infinity one, at that – in Toul Kork on its 34th rooftop level dubbed the official entertainment centre, where residents can kick back and laze their free time away while sipping on cocktails ordered straight from the accompanying SKY bar.

As for the first and second levels, residents are free to exercise their retail desires at the shops spanning both storeys.

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Top King’s showroom in all its elegant furnishings and fittings. Photo supplied

With recent earthquake scares in nearby country Myanmar, the developers of Top King have taken measures to ensure that their debut project makes its residents as safe and secure as possible. The building’s foundation structure will be a foundation pile of 30 metres, with an additional basement raft foundation encircling a continuous wall construction to prevent potential earthquakes from damaging the building’s foundation.

Residents of Top King need not fret about options for their lifestyle necessities; with various international banks, schools, universities, clinics, and the T.K Avenye shopping mall directly opposite Top King, its location is at the zenith of opulence. For enhanced security, nearby Street 289 houses a military police headquarters.

Slated for completion in 2019, Top King at Toul Kork is a promising haven for those seeking unparalleled leisure, relaxation, and recreation within their own residential compound.

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