Apple Inc., famed for its iPhones, iPads and Mac computers, is currently studying a plan to establish its iconic Apple Store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
[UPDATE] The first phase of Setia Eco Templer saw all 176 units of its 2-storey linked villas and all 6 of its 2-storey bungalows snapped up, while 25 of its 52 units of 2-storey semi-detached houses were taken up as at Sunday, said S P Setia Bhd executive vice-president Datuk Koe Peng Kang.
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S P Setia Bhd has officially unveiled this morning the first phase of Setia Eco Templer. At the point of reporting, more than 130 homes have been 'sold out' from a queue that started since 7pm yesterday evening.
French global sports equipment and apparel retailer Decathlon SA has entered the country with its first retail outlet at the Courts Megastore in Bandar Sri Damansara and is due to open on 26 May 2016.
Malaysia’s first Oakwood Hotel & Residences – formerly known as The Nomad SuCasa All Suites Hotel – is scheduled to open in September this year, said property owner Plenitude Bhd.
Social media giant Facebook has opened its office here in Malaysia, expanding its presence in Southeast Asia, which is the company's fastest growing market.
When it comes to buildings in Kuala Lumpur, it is all in the superlatives. The 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers and the newly-launched 118-storey Merdeka PNB118 Tower are going to have new company. And maybe a bit of competition.
Eco Somerset lifestyle shop offices in the Eco Sanctuary township at the south of Kota Kemuning have received overwhelming response from buyers, with 70% of the units snapped up during the first day of its official launch.
Thousands turned up at the balloting event of PPA1M Metropolitan Kepong on Satuday and earlier today.
The Malaysian property market is expected to see higher sales transactions in the next one to two years fuelled by improved economic conditions and higher demand for properties, said Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of iProperty Group Georg Chmiel.
Malaysian property market transaction volume shrank 5.7% to 362,105 in 2015 from 384,060 in 2014, according to the latest 2015 property market report.