The fifth tallest infrastructure in Malaysia after its completion in 2015. The developer, Ilham Baru, has made the smart move of hiring the world-renowned architecture firm Foster + Partners, which was founded by Lord Norman Foster. That man is a successful architect and he has garnered awards such as the 21st Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate in 1999 and Praemium Imperiale Award for Architecture in 2002. Ilham Tower is placed in the prime KLCC area, on Jalan Binjai near Jalan Ampang, and the tower will feature mainly office suites and serviced apartment. Other amenities and facilities will also be available. Ilham Baru Tower will be made up of 60 floors. 33 will be dedicated to the office suites, while 22 are for the serviced apartment units. The remaining would be taken up by a food court, an art gallery, a banking hall, a convenience store, a cafe, a business centre and other facilities. The desire for column-free space leads to the building's unique facade. High-number of parking bays, to serve the drivers to and fro the building. Not forgetting potential office tenants, meeting rooms, auditorium, courier service and banking hall are some other facilities that can entertain a few corporate needs. With the aim of protecting the prospective occupants at Ilham Baru Tower, top of the line security measurements have been planned in Ilham Baru Tower. CCTV cameras will be installed almost everywhere, while card access control restricts outsiders from entering the building at their own will.
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AMENITIES: Food court, an art gallery, a banking hall, a convenience store, a cafe, a business centre, courier service and etc.
ACCESSIBILITY: Ampang - Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway (AKLEH), while the other alternative is through Bulatan Kampung Pandan. Other highways available are Maju Expressway (MEX), SMART tunnel and Duta - Ulu Kelang Expressway (DUKE).