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Low Yat to finish new condo project by 2007

the Low Yat Group expects to complete construction of its latest project, Rivercity Condominium, by 2007. The project has an estimated gross development value of RM180mil .

Low Yat plans 2 major projects in KL

LOW Yat Group will soon have two integrated commercial cum mixed developments in Kuala Lumpur, under its plans to make a bigger foray into the property development and investment arena.

Positive outlook spurs Low to turn shopping centre around

Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit and positive outlook, City-Square Properties Sdn Bhd executive director Low Su Ming took up the challenge to turn around the flagging performance of the 'once formidable' City-Square shopping centre three years ago.

S.H.E. in KL for promotional tour

Taiwanese group S.H.E. will be in town for its I>Magical Journey/Ipromo tour.

Duo in daring heist at goldsmith’s shop

Two robbers pretending to be customers escaped with about RM700,000 in jewellery from a goldsmith's shop at Low Yat Plaza in Jalan Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday.

City dwelling back in trend to beat jams

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he writes that the launch of the NAS Pavilion, the latest service apartments in Kuala Lumpur, on Jan 9 reflected the rising interest in inner city living and a long-term solution to beating traffic congestion.

Retail sector smitten by big bug

As the year draws to a close, one thing that may have caught many people's attention is the Malaysian fetish for 'superlatives'. You know, things like the tallest, biggest, fastest, longest, and what have you. The same 'big bug' seems to have hit our property market.

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Rotiboy moving into new neighbourhoods

ROTIBOY, your neighbourhood baker, is going places. The chain, operated by Rotiboy Bakeshoppe Sdn Bhd, is aiming to open six or seven more outlets in the Selangor and Federal Territory suburbs of Klang, Shah Alam, Petaling Jaya, Cheras and Wangsa Maju within two years.

Wooing buyers with new concepts, products

S0 much has changed in Malaysia's property development scene that one may be astonished not only by the new skyline but the different concepts and products that have flooded the market over the past decade.