Friday, December 11, 2015

Vertical II Bangsar is Completed

In August, 4 months ago UOA was rushing all buyers to pay up and take possession of their Vertical II office suites. Immediately, they started charging maintenance fees at the full rate of 55 sen psf. Today most of th offices (over 99%) are still vacant.

Issue is not about demand. The issue is the building is not even completed yet! Starting with the corridors and lifts. They are dusty from daily constructions works. I am not talking just about the floors upstairs. I am talking about the lifts, the main lobby and the car parks. Of course the corridors up where the offices are dusty as well but I understand there might be some renovations going on. But on my floor there are no renovations but yet the corridors and lift lobby are dusty. There is no cleaning service.

It is still obvious there are constructions going on. Where you park your car, the sign boards don't mean anything because most of the exits are still boarded up. So you can end up driving round and round looking for an exit.

Traffic control is also a night mare. Temporary cones mark the routes. But as you exit the underground car park, you need to enter again in order to make a u-turn to go out. This type of chinaman developer really lose my respect.

I can understand if there are still rectification works because the building is still new. But I cannot accept the offices corridors, lobby and lifts to be dusty. It is not acceptable to tenants and certainly not acceptable to me when I am paying RM600 per month for NO SERVICE.

12 comments:

KVINLIM said...

this seems to be norm nowadays, but how do we as the owner protect ourselves? ranting online doesn't seems to get any results and more and more developers are ripping us off. any suggestion?

Grace Ng said...

Hi Sin Leong, can I have your email address? I have a few questions to ask you. Hope to hear from you soon!

Putra Ferdaus said...

Hi sir, i would like to ask about the dossert waterfront. I just called them just now but their marketing team were busy and say would call back. I only have one question, did everyone get their rm5k deposit? Please reply me at my email dumbness@live.com THANK YOU SO MUCH

sinleong said...

Hi, I don't know about everyone but I definitely got my Dorset waterfront deposit back

Soup Yee Hoo said...

Hi SL,

I have been reading for the past few years and plan to buy a property this year for my own stay. I came across this project called GenKL at Kuchai lama selling at 700psf after rebates. Capital land is the developer and I am keen to buy a unit. I would like to get a second opinion and appreciate your view on this particular project. Thank you.

RE said...

is this blog dead?

sinleong said...

I hope not!
This blogger has been very busy
Will post some updates soon

Huang Sam said...

hello,
My name is sam
I form taiwan , do you have a time ?
we can have a cup of coffee,Thx

sinleong said...

Sure thing. Drop me an email and we take it from there sinleongng@yahoo.com

jasonhanjk said...

I enjoy reading your blog. Finally going to buy a house for own stay but what to look for? All my previous purchase is for investments and frankly I'm a bit of a dilemma.

I can't shake off my habit to look at property from investment point of view.

sinleong said...

I have always worked the other way around... Am I willing to live there if I can't rent or sell it? If the answer is yes, then I buy

David Teh said...

Is this blog still active? seems like forever since there's been updates