The company had to sell land to fund its infrastructure costs of RM3 billion.
The 30-storey Grade A building may fetch up to RM530 million, say valuers.
“the issue of these lands is a long-standing issue and no corruption is involved."
Her roommates moved out years ago but her rent went up by only US$12 in more than 60 years.
“Particularly in Greater KL and Penang, there has never been a better time to buy,” said the consultancy.