SEREMBAN SENTRAL occupies one of the most sought-after locations in Seremban, further elevating the potential of the town. Its strategic placement also provides easy access to a variety of amenities in the surrounding area, which includes transportation, education, hospitality, shopping, healthcare, recreation, and more.See Residential
Preserving Our Heritage
SEREMBAN SENTRAL will be developed alongside established and upcoming communitites and landmarks, an initiative to spur Seremban’s continuous and modernisation while safeguarding its timeless treasures.
Transit-Oriented Development (t.O.D.)
Seremban Sentral is developed within the vicinity of existing transportation hubs, providing easy connectivity to north-and-south bound destinations.
A brand-new station will be constructed for the Seremban KTM Station, while the old station wil be transformed into the Heritage Row.
Disused trains and warehouse will be refurbished for commercial occupancy and to enhance the ambiance as part of the Heritage Central.
An upcoming sizeable park with landscaped gardens, water features, and tracks for recreational activities.
Refreshing views of
SERENITY GREEN/ RIVERSIDE
2 & 3 bedroom units
2.4 ACRES of landscaped
& facility spaces
HIGH CEILING /
glass windows promote
natural lighting and maximize view
8 blocks with
(Only 10 units per floor)
GATED with security
Built-up area from
839 ~ 1,237 sq. ft
Only 500 METRE walking
distance to Seremban KTM
Founding Father of Sustainable Architecture
Dato’ Dr. Ken Yeang
Skyscrapers towering overhead, with roof gardens and greenery covering walls to stairs, built with self-sufficient water recycling systems and sunshade louvers forming the most majestic shapes. Buildings which are ecocities in themselves. That is the future of skyscrapers.
Considered one of the founding fathers of sustainable architecture, Dato Ken Yeang specialises in bioclimatic skyscrapers and is also a widely published author in the subject matter. Some of his books and articles pioneering ‘vertical green urbanism’ and passive low-energy skyscrapers such as “Design with Nature”, “The Skyscarper: Bioclimatically Considered” and “The Green Skyscraper: The Basis of Designing Ecological Sustainable Buildings” are widely read and studied.
Sensitive and Delicate Melding of Bioclimatic Techniques
Born in Malaysia in 1948, Dato Ken Yeang’s sensitive and delicate melding of bioclimatic techniques and daring vertical landscaping can be seen in buildings designed by Hamzah & Yeang, his firm based in Kuala Lumpur, all over the world. He studied Architecture at the Architectural Association School (AA) in London, earned his master’s degree in Wolfson College, Cambridge and received his PhD in ecological design and planning from Cambridge University Department of Architecture. He now wears the hat of Managing Director at Ken Yeang Design International Ltd, UK, Hamzah & Yeang, Malaysia and North Hamzah Yeang Architectural and Engineering Company, China and has also served as the President of the Malaysian Institute of Architects.
Hamzah & Yeang is best known for their innovative signature green buildings which blend with surrounding landscapes and their imaginative and extensive masterplans. Their key projects can be found in Europe, USA and Asia, including Singapore’s Solaris and National Library Board, the 40-storey Eco-tower at Elephant & Castle and the 15-storey Mesiniaga Building in Malaysia. Their palette of current masterplan projects include the astounding Jabal Omar Towers in Mecca, Saudi Arabia and SOMA in Bangalore, India. The firm also serves as a member of the Council on Tall buildings and Urban habitat (USA) and has received more than 20 awards for their work, including the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and the RAIA International Award.