High-rise project planned in place of Serani Row


An aerial view of the now flattened site for the planned six towers near the Bukit Nanas forest reserve and KL Tower. — Photos: MOHD FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

SIX multi-storey towers with almost 4,000 serviced apartment units are planned for Jalan Raja Chulan in Kuala Lumpur, taking over the spot where Serani Row once stood.

The row of eight old houses that used to be the abode of the Eurasian community close to 100 years ago was recently demolished and the area has been cordoned off for development.

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