Ametis adds lustre to  Subang Bestari
BY Roznah Abdul Jabbar Given the scarcity and cost of space today, the prospect of owning a spacious luxury abode in a strategic location, backed by excellent connectivity, has become a key aspiration. Many developers understand this, moving away from the orthodox mansion-in-the-countryside definition of luxury to provide spacious abodes... Read more
Irama Wangsa’s final block launched
  The final block of Irama Wangsa in Wangsa Maju,by Benéton Properties Sdn Bhd, was launched last week at a minimum selling price of RM750,000 or RM600psf. Block C comprises 200 units with built-ups ranging between 1,206sq ft and 1,637sq ft in three different layouts with choices of three... Read more
Benchmark of urban growth: Bandar Sri Sendayan
BY Chris Prasad The Klang Valley’s inexorable southern growth trajectory has given rise to numerous real estate opportunities along a vibrant corridor that is destined to seamlessly connect the nation’s capital with the state capital of Negeri Sembilan. Commonly known as the Greater Klang Valley growth region, rapid conurbation... Read more
Gabungan AQRS aims to return to winning ways
By Pavither Sidhu   Gabungan AQRS Bhd expects to return to profit this year on the back of a solid construction orderbook of RM700 million and new contract wins in the near term after slipping into a nett loss of RM9.89 million in the last financial year ended Dec... Read more
Paradiso Nuova sets high benchmark in Medini
BY Kent Tan Affluent neighbourhoods in the country are often earmarked by opulent and grand structures, which ultimately provide a locale with iconic landmarks and become a source of national pride. Very often these benchmarks of the built environment invite the envy of the masses as they are only... Read more
WCSC 2016 aims to increase public spaces
BY Pavither Sidhu The  annual International Conference on World Class Sustainable Cities (WCSC) has had an influential impact in shifting public perceptions to projects such as the Kuala Lumpur River of Life, the Curitiba experience in transforming the city’s buses and MRT, and pedestrianisation projects that include covered walkway... Read more
Chinese firm buys JB land at record price
Underscored as one of the highest land transactions in the Iskandar region to-date, a China-based developer recently inked a RM2.37 billion deal to acquire three parcels of land measuring 127.92 acres in Plentong, JB to jointly-develop an RM18.4 billion mixed development project with Iskandar Waterfront City Bhd’s (IWCB) subsidiary,... Read more
A state known for  its history
  BY Roznah Abdul Jabbar  In the name of progress, Malacca City too has not escaped the wave of urbanisation, with planned skyscraper and other modern edifices promising to reinvent its landscape. However, in its enthusiasm to be counted among other major hubs that drive the economy of this... Read more