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Sime Darby Property Bhd’s newly launched XME Boulevard Phase 1 was fully taken up, demonstrating SDP’s understanding of the commercial market and the significance of integrated townships in which people can live, work and play.

From the functional flats of the 1950s to the fancy condominiums of today, Malaysia has seen its fair share of roofs gracing its skyline. The architectural styles of Malaysia’s bygone era still exist today, many in shambles but still holding on nonetheless. As our generations shift and the old...

Tropicana Golf and Country Resort (TGCR) launched its annual Ramadhan buffet last night, offering a Santapan 29 Malam, Selera Muhibbah Iftar spread with over 200 dishes and 23 live cooking stations.

The gig economy has been touted to provide Malaysia with sustainable and inclusive economic growth as seen in the 12th Malaysia Plan (2021-2025), and the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is estimating that the gig economy could be worth RM650mil by 2025. Essentially, the best time to...

Avaland Bhd has recently topped out phase one of its award-winning Casa Embun project, marking a pivotal moment for Avaland as Casa Embun is its first vertical development at its Cybersouth township in Dengkil.

In a bid to combat climate change, the concept of a low-carbon city (LCC) was adopted to deal with environmental degradation caused by rapid urbanisation. A low-carbon city is one made up of societies that use sustainable green technology, green practices and emit relatively little greenhouse gas...

In the coming decades, the demographic landscape of the nation is poised to undergo a significant transformation, particularly in terms of its ageing population, which implies a dwindling workforce. It is projected that individuals aged 65 and above will constitute a substantial portion, amounting...

I-Berhad’s asset, Mercu Maybank, a prominent GBI-certified Grade A office tower within Malaysia No 1 Technology, i-City has won the prestigious FIABCI Award in the office category.

There are different ecological challenges associated with urban development. Pollution of the air and water is a result of both increased population density and construction. Resources like energy and water are in greater demand, which puts strain on the infrastructure already in place and may...

Decades of research and development have led the construction industry and consequently, the real estate industry to embrace constant changes. From straw houses to timber to today’s concrete, the utilisation of various construction techniques has demonstrated viability in home construction. Now,...

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