KUALA LUMPUR: The recently completed Pavilion Residences Tower 1 in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur has already been 50% sold months prior to its launch on Nov 5. Comprising 163 serviced apartment units, Tower 1 offers 43 floors of 6-star living.
CYBERJAYA: The landowner of Cyberjaya, Cyberview Sdn Bhd, plans to invest RM58 million over the next two years to expand its district cooling system, said managing director Datuk Redza Rafiq.
NEW YORK: Store rents in Manhattan fell in the third quarter in seven of 10 districts as unemployment and the recession cut spending.
PETALING JAYA: The Penang state government is looking to invite proposals for the development of five parcels of land on the island and on the mainland, according to a CIMB Research report on Nov 5.
NEW DELHI: DLF Ltd, India’s biggest developer, expects demand for offices to revive after growth in Asia’s third-largest economy accelerates to at least 7%, Executive Director Rajeev Talwar said.
HONG KONG: Jian Sihua is counting on the Hong Kong government to create an opening for him in a property market where prices have climbed 28% this year.
DUBLIN: International funds are seeking to buy offices and stores in Ireland, signalling that the commercial real estate market may be close to the bottom, according to the head of a group representing the country’s biggest investors.
SAN FRANCISCO: Global commercial real estate values may drop 50% from the historic highs reached in 2007, said Jeremy Newsum, former chief executive officer of the UK’s Grosvenor Group Ltd and chairman of the non-profit Urban Land Institute.
KUALA LUMPUR: The proposed acquisition of the 21.7 acres of land by Paramount Corp Bhd for RM62.4 million will not affect the Monfort Boys Town, says John S C Loh, the property consultant for the Titular Superior of the Brothers of Saint Gabriel, founder of The Monfort Boys Town in Shah Alam.