“twentyfive.7 is the new heartbeat in Kota Kemuning and today (Friday) marks an achievement for us as we witness the topping-out ceremony of The Amber Residences. When we get the places right, the town works and this translates into mindful planning that has been put into bringing together key components to give the township a unique personality,” said Gamuda Land chief executive officer Ngan Chee Meng in his keynote speech at the topping-out ceremony.
Focused precisely on net zero emissions targets, the MCS is created to add value to the existing Malaysian Green Building Rating Tools.
Three anchor tenants are in the pipeline, which include an established grocer occupying more than 20,000 sq ft as well as a double-storey drive-through fast food franchise.
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... with only 14% expecting the pandemic to permanently alter their real estate strategies.
“The new block comprises a total of 384 units that come in two or three-bedroom layouts with built-ups of 578, 840 and 931 sq ft. Prices start at RM320,000. Phase 1 (748 units) was launched on Sept 30, 2020 and has currently achieved a take-up rate of more than 90%. As such, this has given the developer confidence to launch the second phase of MIRAI Residences”
“The arrival of the ART is a great step forward for our urban transportation business in the year ahead."
“KSK Land is positive on the post-pandemic outlook for the hospitality industry, where long-lasting brand prestige and value of luxury hotels such as Kempinski will still prevail among discerning travellers. Travel and tourism will see a recovery and rebound by then when the 8 Conlay Kempinski Hotel & Residences is completed in 2023,” said KSK Group chief executive officer (CEO) and KSK Land managing director Joanne Kua in a press release today.