EcoWorld Development is on a strong footing

In Malaysia, the property development sector is among the more high-profiled casualties. In fact, it was like a double blow as the property market had been generally on the decline when the pandemic hit.

So when EcoWorld announced last week it had raked in RM1.32 billion in sales in 2Q2021 ended April, the market sat up.


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Amongst the upcoming planned launches include Tower E of M Vertica, Cheras, remaining phases of M Arisa, Sentul, Phase 2 of Cerrado Suites and Tower B Sensory Residences at Southville City in Bangi, Phase 3 of M Aruna and M Panora in Rawang, M Senyum in Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, Sepang and double storey link homes in Meridin East, Johor Bahru.