PETALING JAYA (June 27): KEN Holdings Bhd’s Menara KEN TTDI has won Gold at EdgeProp Malaysia’s Best Managed and Sustainable Property Awards in the below 10 years non-strata office category this year. It was the only winner in this category.

Located in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Menara KEN TTDI has a minimalist glass façade to achieve minimal cost and manpower for its maintenance.

The 13-storey platinum-grade green building with about 300,000 sq ft in net lettable area houses office spaces, a performing arts theatre, an art gallery, event space, three floors designated for F&B outlets, and on the rooftop level are a sports bar and a gym with an infinity pool.

Based on its sustainable design features and principles, the M&E services have taken energy efficiency, water efficiency, environmental protection, indoor environmental quality and other green features into consideration.  

On the win, KEN Holdings group managing director Sam Tan said that it has been a challenge to realise the developer’s ideals of a commercial building that is built for sustainability.

“We are very honoured to be recognised with this prestigious award for Menara KEN TTDI. It has been a long journey to realise a vision and we are also grateful to all our valued tenants who believed in our vision and share the fruits of many years of labour with us,” said Tan.

Tan and Ken Holdings executive chairman Datuk Kenny Tan received the award trophy from Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin in a virtual awards ceremony hosted on EdgeProp Malaysia’s Facebook page on the evening of June 27.

The Awards was organised by EdgeProp Malaysia with partner Nippon Paint Malaysia and supporting partners Panasonic Malaysia and KipleLive, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Green Packet Bhd.

Get the full results of EdgeProp Malaysia’s Best Managed & Sustainable Property Awards 2020 here:

View the virtual awards ceremony here:​

Read a special report on the awards in the July 3, 2020 e-publication. 

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