Type D (pic below) is a 1450sf 3 bedroom unit with nice and bright layout. I particularly like the long balcony overlooking the 2 iconic views of KL. Unfortunately, the kitchen design the Western type, unlike Verticas Residency's Asian style 2 part kitchen which is more home-friendly.
A week into the launch, all but 1 Type D facing KL Tower has been taken up. Also, due to the fetish of Malaysian investors for small 1-bedroom units, all the 730sf 1-bedroom units have been snapped up. The layout can't be any worse for a 1-bedroom unit. While the bedroom gets the optimum light and windows, the only natural light the rest of the unit gets is from the tiny window over the air-cond. Also, the bathroom has no windows and it is not attached to the bedroom. Maybe this is a good thing as guests do not need to walk into your bedroom to pee but then again, I wouldn't bring any guests home to this dinghy looking place.
The pricing however is rather attractive. The prime Type-D unit I mentioned above is priced at a cool RM740psf i.e. around RM1million. The smaller Type-C is going for RM580k which is slightly under RM800psf. This leaves some room for appreciation but as the new Bank Negara ruling is expected to correct market prices, the appreciation may not be much. The developer claim that the higher floors will be marketed overseas at an ambitious 30% premium.