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Subsidiary Management Corporations: A Panacea?
BY The National House Buyers Association This is the fifth in a series of articles by the National House Buyers Association (HBA) that focuses on strata management. The first article introduced the Strata Management Act, 2013 (Act 757) (SMA) and submitted that legislation was aimed to provide an improved... Read more
Vertical forest rising in Nanjing, 1st in China and Asia
BY Zoe Phoon The Nanjing Towers, which will house commercial real estate as well as vertical forest, is slated for completion in 2018. The two green towers could provide the city with a breath of fresh air daily, producing oxygen as they absorb carbon dioxide. Located in Nanjing Pukou... Read more
Marginal growth forecast for property sector
After languishing in negative territory for a prolonged period, the property sector could now see 10 per cent growth in transaction volume over the next 24 months, according to international property consultancy Rahim & Co. The firm said subdued growth in all property sectors in the next 12 to... Read more
KL still top choice for commercial developments
… BUT THAT COULD CHANGE IN THE NEAR FUTURE BY Chris Prasad The nation’s capital remains the favoured focal point for commercial investment and development in the country, says global property consultancy Knight Frank Malaysia. It said KL has seen the lion’s share of investments and development in the commercial... Read more
Asian UHNWIs target key Western markets
BY Zoe Phoon  Trends of the decade in Knight Frank’s The Wealth Report 2016 show that ten years ago, ultra high net worth individual (UHNWI) investors looked to trusted Central London office locations particularly Mayfair, High Street Kensington and core City. The more adventurous ventured into Soho or Covent... Read more
REA Group: Malaysia’s ‘safe haven’ reputation intact
REA Group Ltd, a global online real estate advertising company headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, believes that Malaysia can maintain its reputation as one of the key property safe havens in Asia. The group’s chief economist Nerida Conisbee recently told Bernama that real estate investors generally want three things when... Read more
Crafty co-working spaces
BY Kate May Technology is making connecting more human-centric than ever. At the same time, the revolution of co-working around the world is no longer following a straight path for co-working space owners, operators and even members of co-working spaces. From spaces in revitalised abandoned buildings to utter luxury... Read more
Game for retail micro-farming?
Retail micro-farming is indeed food for thought for our retail grocery shopping outlets, supermarkets, hypermarkets and restaurants. A standout reason is demand for city-grown food – without the transportation cost and with appeal to local-oriented eaters – will only continue to grow as the population continues to urbanise. Online... Read more
Time is running out for stale malls   
BY Kate May At a seminar in the United States earlier this year entitled “Mall of the future: Catalyst for community regeneration” at the Urban Land Institute, developers and designers laid out compelling visions for transforming decades-old structures into new urban centres. All of them spoke of the urgent... Read more
Sunway Velocity Mall opens

Sunway Velocity Mall opens

News December 18, 2016

Sunway Bhd’s Sunway Malls and Theme Park recently held a soft opening for its latest retail hub, the Sunway Velocity Mall in Cheras in the capital. Sunway Velocity Mall is expected to be Sunway’s best and aims to bring a unique shopping experience to the 1.72 million residents of... Read more