The Troika Tower 3

The Troika
Viewed from street level at Jalan Binjai, Kuala Lumpur
General information
Type Residential
Location Jalan Binjai
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

3°09′17″N 101°43′05″E / 3.15466°N 101.71797°E / 3.15466; 101.71797Coordinates: 3°09′17″N 101°43′05″E / 3.15466°N 101.71797°E / 3.15466; 101.71797

Construction started 2006
Completed 2010
Cost RM840 million
Roof Tower 1: 160 m (520 ft)
Tower 2 177 m (581 ft)
Tower 3 204.2 m (670 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 50
Design and construction
Architect Foster and Partners
Developer Bandar Raya Developments Berhad

The Troika is a three-tower, luxury condominium development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, located at the corner of Jalan Binjai and Persiaran KLCC, behind Menara Citibank and Nikko Hotel.

Developed by Malaysian property developer, Bandar Raya Developments Berhad and designed by Foster and Partners, The Troika is currently under construction and will feature three glass-clad towers of varying heights. The three towers will surround a park located in the middle. The three towers will be 160 m (520 ft) with 38 storeys, 177 m (581 ft) with 44 storeys and 204 m (669 ft) with 50 storeys. The Troika will also feature two double-volume glass-encased bridges connecting a sky lobby which spans the three towers at the 24th floor.[3] Other components of The Troika development comprise small office home offices (SOHO), boutique offices, retail spaces and restaurants.


  • Cityscape Best Developer Award 2008
  • CNBC Asia Pacific Property Awards 2008 - 5 Star Best High Rise Residential and 5 Star Best Architectural[4]

See also


External links

  • The Troika official site
  • The Troika at Bandar Raya Developments Berhad
  • The Troika at the KLCC Condominiums Encyclopaedia
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