Comprising 106 floors, The Exchange 106 is one of the tallest buildings in Asia, of which 90% is office space. In operation since December 2019, The Exchange 106 is the corporate address to almost 20 multinational corporations occupying in excess of 700,000 sq ft of office space. This equates to a workforce of more than 6,000 people.
“Kuala Lumpur is set to embark on an important planning policy direction through its new "Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2040". Moving forward, Kuala Lumpur and other major cities will need to plan and prepare a comprehensive blueprint to face challenges resulting from the new normal in terms of climate change, technology disruptions and demographic changes, to name a few, in order to continue building a resilient urban future with a good quality of life for its people,” said WCSC 2022 organising chairman Chan Jin-Wy in a press statement dated June 24.
The single tower 53-storey mixed-use development project has a total gross floor area of 3,700 sq m (about 40,000 sq ft), with a height of 231 meters (about 2,500 sq ft). Imperial Lexis Kuala Lumpur features a private pool in each of its 275 suites, and is from Levels 13 and above, while Grandview Residence has 164-unit luxury residences from Levels 36 to 49. Both Imperial Lexis KL and Grandview Residence will be managed by Lexis Hotel Group.
In 2016, SDP struck a five-year brand licensing contract with the United States’ PGA Tour under the Tournament Players’ Club (TPC) network umbrella, which allowed SDP to utilise the TPC brand to host major golf tournaments and elevate the club’s global recognition and standards. The licence expired at the end of 2021.
In a statement, Hap Seng Consolidated's chairman Thomas Karl Rapp said, "We are pleased to announce the first Marriott Executive Apartments in Kuala Lumpur, and more importantly, to add another exciting project to our growing hospitality portfolio in Malaysia."
UEM Sunrise Bhd has partnered with Affin Bank in the “Home Step Fast/i” campaign to offer financing solutions to homebuyers.