With every studio layout looking pretty much the same, Type E would probably be the most sensible buy being the smallest at 445sf. There are only 2 of such sizes on each floor.
Types C and D however, being larger have an extra large balcony. But this is not expected to add much value in rentals so the extra money you pay for the space is wasted... not to mention the maintenance fees which is RM0.40psf
The Establishment is being peddled as a Bangsar address. The only claim to a Bangsar address I think is the link to the LRT station. Other than that, it really is a Brickfields address. People who do not take the trouble to investigate this will undoubtedly make a mistake of booking a unit with this wrong impression. Unlike neighbouring Singapore, our LRT is not quite an ideal transportation system if the Establishment is to be peddled at prices fit for those who can afford it. Thus the lack of a car park is especially glaring. This perception that expats in Malaysia do not drive or own cars is a wrong one. Expats in Kuala Lumpur are quite different to those in Singapore. I admit not all, but many have cars and therefore they need a car park.
Car Parks in KL are worth from RM45,000 up to over RM60,000 each. So, if you add this amount to the purchase price, you will find that you are getting much better value elsewhere. So, I still put my money in Bangsar South, in KL Gateway and Southview or even the KL Eco City. The Establishment, no matter what the concept is.... not gonna quite make it.