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It comes as no surprise that of all the barriers to sustainable refurbishment of Malaysia’s existing buildings, most of it comes down to the financial factor. From the joint management bodies to the developers and the residents, maintenance and refurbishment is a never-ending problem for all...

According to the Malaysia Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Malaysia’s renewable energy has contributed to about 5% to 6% of the country’s energy consumption in the past five years, with the government pushing multiple efforts to promote clean and renewable energy, from solar panel...

Developer NCT Group of Companies (NCT) has launched the 1001 Nights Hotel, the latest phase under its Trademark Collection by Wyndham at Genting Highlands. 1001 Nights Hotel is slated to offer unique luxury experiences steeped in cultural and historical elements.

JM Land has announced that Nova, its latest luxury development in Seremban 2, has achieved an impressive 70% take-up rate for phase 1 since its launch on June 29, 2024. This milestone underscores the strong demand for Nova’s blend of modern sophistication and exclusive tranquillity amidst nature.

City developer SkyWorld Development Bhd’s (SkyWorld) SkyMeridien Residences has been recognised at The Edge Malaysia Best Managed and Sustainable Property Award 2024, winning the Below 10 Years - Multiple-Owned Strata Residential Category.

In a remarkable turn of events over the past two years, Malaysian property has surged in affordability for numerous active overseas buyers, driven by the dramatic appreciation of their currencies and the depreciation of the ringgit.

In reality, there are really no guarantees. The names that appeared on the sick and abandoned projects list include reputable developers who were perceived to be competent.

Chin Hin Group Property Bhd (CHGP) has launched Crown Penang, a luxurious serviced apartment development on Penang Island. The development will be jointly developed with Ivory Meadows Sdn Bhd (Ivory Meadows), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Penang-based property developer Ivory Properties.

About 50 years ago, only 25 buildings worldwide reached heights surpassing 200m, according to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). But now, nearly 1,500 towering structures stand tall in Asian cities, symbolising architectural skill and urban evolution.

Japanese building is renowned for its painstaking attention to detail and emphasis on high quality. The deeply ingrained kaizen philosophy, which places a strong emphasis on ongoing improvement is evident among the locals. Similar strategies, centred on employing skilled workers who take pride in...

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