What is the tallest building in Malaysia after the Petronas Twin Towers? KL Tower? Yes, you are right, in any event until further notice, on the grounds that Four Seasons Place will be the new answer once it is finished by 2012. This tremendously exciting 65-story, 320m-high tower is being fabricated right by the Petronas Twin Towers and expenses a gigantic RM2.5 billion. It is a blended business and private building that embodies an inn, flats and a shopping center, furthermore will be the world's tallest Four Seasons advancement. It is produced by Ipoh-conceived Singapore investor, Ong Beng Seng, banding together Tan Sri Syed Yusof Tun Syed Nasir and the Sultan of Selangor. The 1.05ha building site of Four Seasons Place is placed in the middle of Wisma Central and Maxis Tower, which obtained by Venus Assets for RM90 million on 2003 from the late Khoo Teck Puat, a previous significant shareholder of Standard Chartered Plc. This most recent high rise has started its development meets expectations since December 2008 and because of a couple of changes in the outline, there was a respite in the undertaking already. It should be a two-tower improvement, yet now it transforms into a solitary 65-story tower. Four Seasons Place will house a sum of 150,000 sf of retail shopping center, an inn that comprises of 150 lodging rooms and 100 adjusted flats, and 140 private condo. The retail shopping center is an expansion of Suria KLCC. The 5-star lodging will be overseen by the famous Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Canada. In the meantime, the townhouse unit sizes will involve from 3,000 sf, and going to be sold for RM2,500 psf to RM3,000 psf.