MK Land plans RM2.2b new launches

MK Land Holdings Bhd plans new launches worth RM2.2bil over the next two years in Damansara Perdana, Damansara Damai and Ipoh.

"The launches are currently awaiting approval from local authorities," Group Chief Executive Officer Lau Shu Chuan said at its AGM on Thursday.

Promising property investments beyond Klang Valley

Over the years, the property market has been especially robust and concentrated in the Klang Valley, which in turn has seen a surge in property prices.

As the investment seems rewarding, investors rarely look into other promising areas. However, the high prices of properties and land being increasingly scarce have made it increasingly hard to purchase properties.

Nov 20 deadline for objections to Brickfields PR1MA project

Brickfields, already reeling from an onslaught of over-development, has been identified by the Government as a site to build affordable housing schemes for middle-income earners under the 1Malaysia Housing Programme, which is better known as PR1MA.

The Federal Government project will see five blocks of 24-storey apartments coming up in Jalan Thamby Abdullah 1, which is adjacent to the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) sports complex.

New destination in the city

The face of Jalan Sultan Ismail now has a prestigious new landmark, Quill City Mall.

Set to be a major shopping, dining, entertainment and leisure outlet for locals and tourists alike, the new eight-storey building in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle is touted to be unlike any other development of its kind in the country.

Tropicana Gardens grows

Tropicana Corp Bhd will be launching a third residential tower, called Cyperus, in its Tropicana Gardens development this weekend.

Cyperus offers studio, two-bedroom and three-bedroom residential units with built-up areas ranging from 600sq ft to 1,404sq ft.