Cyberview lines up RM2.52b worth of developments in Cyberjaya

KUALA LUMPUR: Cyberview Sdn Bhd, the landowner of Cyberjaya has RM2.52 billion worth of developments in the pipeline for this year, which will be achieved through land sales of enterprise, commercial, institutional and residential spaces.

It is embarking on several initiatives to create a livelier and more vibrant environment, which will see 3.21 million sq ft of enterprise space being built by Cyberview and other stakeholders in the cybercity.

In 2010 alone, Cyberview attracted a total investment value of RM3.19 billion, representing more than a third of the cybercity's total investment value since its inception, the company said in a statement on Thursday, Mar 17.

Over 500 companies have chosen Cyberjaya as their preferred business, outsourcing and solutions location including globally recognised names like DHL, HSBC, DELL, Shell, BMW, AMD and Ericsson.

Managing director Ir Hafidz Hashim in a statement on Thursday said since 2005, Cyberview has dedicated in excess of RM69 million towards the physical infrastructures and sustained maintenance of Cyberjaya.

Cyberjaya has experienced an exponential growth of 70% in the number of companies since 2006, and this is expected to continue to increase progressively.

"Cyberview aspires to strengthen key Malaysian government initiatives towards key economic and development programmes by driving inward local and foreign investment, developing skilled workers and talent, and nurturing creative economies in Malaysia via Cyberjaya's thriving content creation and multimedia industries," Hafidz added. — Bernama

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