You have searched for "Low Yat"
Showing 1-10 of 69
Fairlane Hospitality, the hospitality arm of property developer Low Yat Group, has tied up with Japan’s Tsuruga Group to widen its hospitality offerings in Niseko, Japan.
KUALA LUMPUR: Low Yat Group has invested RM100mil to construct an interchange off the Latar Expressway which will immediately improve the connectivity of its township development in Bandar Tasik Puteri (BTP).
KUALA LUMPUR: Low Yat Group has invested RM100mil to construct an interchange off the LATAR Expressway, an access point that will enhance the connectivity of its township development in Bandar Tasik Puteri (BTP).
PETALING JAYA: The Low Yat Group, which is developing the 1,081ha Bandar Tasik Puteri (BTP) township, believes the real property gains tax increase and the removal of the developer interest-bearing scheme will not have much impact on the company due to its product pricing.
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.
THERE is something magically pristine about snow – its stark whiteness, the gentle way it falls and the tranquillity associated with wintry outdoors.
KUALA LUMPUR: Property developer Low Yat Group is rejuvenating its flagship project in Niseko, Japan, targeting at least 50% take-up rate for its luxury ski serviced apartment Shiki Niseko as tourism to the ski destination recuperates. Currently, the take-up rate stood at 30%, with half of them Malaysian buyers.
Low Yat group executive director Low Gee Soon says investors can expect to reap returns of up to 9% from Bintang Fairlane Residences, the group's latest serviced apartment offering.
THE Low Yat group yesterday officially launched the last of its freehold residential condominium blocks for sale. According to group executive director Low Su Ming, the first block of Rivercity Condominiums, launched in July 2004, has been completely sold out while 70% of the second block, launched in November 2004, has been sold so far.
The Low Yat Group's 9.6-acre Rivercity integrated development along the 3rd mile Jalan Ipoh has attracted RM52mil in sales since the first condominium block was launched in August.