BBCC sees strong buyer interest


Located on the former site of the Pudu Prison, about 62% of the high-end, high-rise residential units completed so far have been taken up by foreigners, mainly from Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and China.(File pic shows: Monorail train passing by The Pudu Prison in Kuala Lumpur during peak hour.)

KUALA LUMPUR: Phase one of the multi-billion-ringgit Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) development is nearing completion, with the retail, office and residential components seeing high take-up rates amid the soft property market.

Located on the former site of the Pudu Prison, about 62% of the high-end, high-rise residential units completed so far have been taken up by foreigners, mainly from Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and China.

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