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Kampung Baru development finally happening?
97% OF LANDOWNERS SAY THEY ARE READY TO SELL LOTS AND MAKE WAY FOR MODERNISATION, ACCORDING TO FT MINISTRY Kampung Baru, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s commercial district, has held out against modernisation for decades, but landowners there are now finally warming up to redevelopment plans. Federal... Read more
Havoc Hartanah returns to educate the masses
10th EDITION OF BM-CENTRIC PROPERTY CONVENTION TO FOCUS ON PREVENTION OF SCAMS BY Chris Prasad Benjamin Franklin once said that an investment in education always pays the highest returns. This is the core philosophy that drives Havoc Hartanah, a property convention based on the simple (but important) premise that... Read more
Strong sales at Park Regent priority launch
MORE THAN 70% OF 505 RESIDENTIAL UNITS SOLD AT AVERAGE SELLING PRICE OF RM1,100psf BY Douglas Lee Park Regent, ParkCity’s joint venture development with CapitaLand, achieved strong sales at its priority launch in Kuala Lumpur late last month. As at July 28, more than 70% of the 505 residential... Read more
Cyberview, MRT Corp sign pact for Cyberjaya City Centre devt
MUTUAL AGREEMENT SEALED FOR CO-EXISTENCE OF TOD BY Zoe Phoon Cyberjaya’s tech hub enabler Cyberview Sdn Bhd and Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) have signed a mutual agreement to enable the construction of a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station for the MRT Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya (SSP) Line... Read more
The ORANGEBEAM story: Putrajaya and beyond  
(PART 2 OF OUR COVERAGE ON ORANGEBEAM) As informed by the new “architect” at the helm Datuk Faris Yahaya in this Property360 Q&A, there’s more to award-winning builder ORANGEBEAM than meets the eye.   Why is ORANGEBEAM building mainly in Putrajaya? We started way back in 1986 as a... Read more
Bigger role for town planners under new Ministry
BY Shahrim Tamrin The Town and Country Planning Department (PLANMalaysia or JPBD) will be given a more inclusive role and expanded functions under the rationalisation process of Federal Territories Ministry. “We will allow PLANMalaysia to play clearer role in terms of planning and development policies at micro level with... Read more
DatumCorp appeals to head and heart with new campaign
DATUM JELATEK PROJECT IN KL SPEAKS TO A NEW GENERATION OF HOME BUYERS WITH EASY OWNERSHIP INNOVATIONS AND A FOCUS ON SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS BY Chris Prasad   They say some of the most important medical advances have, ironically, been made in times of war. That’s because there is no greater... Read more
Sparing a thought for the KL of tomorrow
KUALA LUMPUR HOSTS THE 10TH WCSC, ADDRESSES URBAN PRESSURE OF ECONOMIC GROWTH The International Conference on World Sustainable Class Cities (WCSC 2018) returned to Kuala Lumpur recently, once again exploring challenges and potential solutions to our ever-changing urban landscape, and how we can approach the future with liveability and... Read more
LRT 3 is on, but at lowered cost
FOLLOWING A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW, THE LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT PROJECT WILL LIKELY BE BACK ON TRACK BY NOVEMBER Here’s the good news for commuters: the Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3) project will probably be back on the cards by November. The bad news, however, is this decision comes after contractors... Read more
Newsflash: Better home discounts for firemen
The government is looking to recognise the service and dedication of firemen in the country by subsidising a portion of the cost of affordable homes for staff of the Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba). Earlier this week, Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin said the government could allocate... Read more