According to the Knight Frank’s Skyscraper Index, Hong Kong continues to tower above the rest of the global cities, costing tenants over US$278.50 (RM1,151.30) psf annually while Kuala Lumpur’s skyscrapers are one of the cheapest, with an average rental of US$34.16 psf annually.
With attractive yields on offer besides the relative weakness of the Malaysian ringgit, Kuala Lumpur gives real estate investors the best value in terms of long-term growth prospects, according to international real estate services firm Knight Frank in its 2017 Global Cities report.
The annual MIEA National Real Estate Awards (NREA) organised by the Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) has received 31 submissions and more than 20 winners will be announced at the gala dinner to be held on Oct 1 at Sime Darby Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur.
The next start-up hotspot will be Damansara Heights due to its improved infrastructure and connectivity, said Knight Frank Malaysia managing director Sarkunan Subramaniam.
Houses located at developer’s Warisan Puteri township in Kota Warisan, Sepang, Selangor
Berjaya Land Bhd has reintroduced its Ritz-Carlton Residences Kuala Lumpur, located at the intersection of Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang with new interior design concepts.
Despite the drop in tourist arrivals in 2015, Penang’s hotel segment continues to be healthy where hotels in the state reported an occupancy rate of up to 85% during peak season, according to Henry Butcher Malaysia (Penang) Sdn Bhd...
S P Setia Bhd saw an overwhelming crowd of 2,000 potential purchasers queuing up for the developer’s De Palma affordable apartment under the Rumah Selangorku programme at its open day last weekend, where only 200 units were available for sale.
Loads of long-term rewards and appreciation programmes from S P Setia.