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PETALING JAYA: SBC Corp Bhd said it will work with a firm linked to Malaysian-born, Singapore-based property tycoon Ong Beng Seng to develop a Hard Rock Hotel, believed to be located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
THE merger and acquisition (M&A) market is back, especially in Singapore, after a long period of silence following the financial crisis.
ABOUT a year ago, the media highlighted the prices of some of Kuala Lumpur’s signature residences. At some of these launches, prices from RM1,650 per sq ft to RM2,500 per sq ft were bandied about without so much as batting an eyelid. Today, prices have moved up to about RM2,500 per sq ft to RM3,200 per sq ft.
MANAMA (Reuters) - Formula One's old V8 engines were too noisy and the paying public - in Britain at least - is showing no signs of being turned off by the quieter new V6 turbos, F1 steward and former racer Derek Warwick said on Friday.
THE branding and what seems to be the unlimited possibilities offered by the property sector has not escaped anyone, literally. This was clearly evident when four friends, known as empat sekawan in Bahasa Malaysia, from diverse and illustrious backgrounds came together to buy a 2.6-acre parcel near the Petronas Twin Towers about a decade ago.
PETALING JAYA: A new record for property prices in the heart of Kuala Lumpur is close to being set after two penthouses of the world-class Four Seasons Place were reserved at a whopping RM37mil each, sources said.
THE last couple of days saw the formal entry of Harrods Hotel and the Four Seasons Place into Kuala Lumpur. Last year saw the entry of Banyan Tree brand. These three brands, together with other unique competitors entering the market, “will lift the game” for the hospitality and retail industry, says property consultancy DTZ Nawawi Tie Leung.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak launched the first Four Seasons Place in South-East Asia in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday.
Property prices in Malacca seem to be catching up with the levels seen in Kuala Lumpur and Georgetown with the latest 32-unit Casa del Rio Residences development at Jalan Kota Laksamana selling at RM1,500 psf.