Pandemic puts downward pressure on office rents and occupancy

KUALA LUMPUR (July 14): Knight Frank Malaysia expects the Covid-19 pandemic to exert downward pressure on rental and occupancy levels in the oversupplied Klang Valley office market as the gap between supply and demand continues to widen amid weaker office demand and shrinking pool of tenants, it said in its latest Real Estate Highlights for 1H2020.

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重点报道:下一个产业热点——Bangi

雪州Bangi的地标无疑是占地2,710英亩的Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia(UKM)。这所大学也是马来西亚历史最悠久的国立大学之一,校园范围之大甚至有一片稻田,用于农业科学研究所用。 Bangi位于吉隆坡市中心以南的30km,坐落在雪州和森州的边界,夹在 Putrajaya和 Semenyih之间。 Knight Frank Malaysia董事经理Sarkunan Subramaniam告诉EdgeProp.

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Developers looking at non-traditional commercial segments

PETALING JAYA (April 22): With the gloomy outlook for office and retail, alternative commercial properties such as student accommodation, senior living/retirement housing and co-living could become investments of choice, according to findings of Knight Frank Malaysia’s The Malaysia Commercial Real Estate Investment Sentiment Survey (CREISS) 2020 conducted in February 2020.

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