However, upon closer inspection, the quality of the delivery is hardly anywhere near 4-stars at all. One Ceylon is dominated by 400+sf studio units, fully furnished by the developer. The furnishings unfortunately looks like they came out of a cheap closing down sale.
Built-in wardrobes for example, are made from cheap and thin materials with poor quality sliding rails. I don't think these will last 5 years... and the choice of white colour will compound towards the wear and tear.
The fridge is small as well so the apartment may not come suited for long term stay, especially with the open-style kitchen.
Owners are trying to rent out their studio units from RM2,500/month. This is in direct competition with all other 1-br or studio units in this area, mostly in Seri Bukit Ceylon. As we speak, many owners at the older Seri Bukit Ceylon are struggling to maintain their rent from a high of RM4,000/month at its heydays and dropped to below RM3,000/month today. There are many vacant units. But compared with One Ceylon, Seri Bukit Ceylon has a much better layout and size is over 200sf bigger.
The pricing is however quite disproportionate. I understand that while early buyers got their studio units at just over RM500k per piece, later buyers paid over RM700k.