Malaysia Market Moves
Property Report, 23 October 2012
The Malaysian Luxury Property Market is becoming ever more sophisticated, with a friendly regulatory framework for investment, attractive incentives for second-home buyers, evolving architectural and design trends, and an accessible market that will soon spoil international buyers with choices.
YTL Land clinches 7 awards at CNBC Asia Pacific Property Awards 2009
PR, 16 July 2009
Out of the seven awards won, four were awarded for Centrio - YTL Land's newest offering in Pantai Hillpark, an exclusive hub of SOHO (Small Office, Home Office) suites, boutique offices and trendy retail stores that promises a new age of working and living in the city. The four awards won are 'Best Mixed Development' and 'The Architecture Award' under the Commercial category and Centrio's SOHO suites were recognized for 'Best Architecture' and 'Best Property Marketing' in the Residential category.
Dato' Yeoh Seok Kian, Executive Director of YTL Land & Development Berhad speaking proudly of the wins said, "As a relatively young developer, being awarded at a regional level reaffirms our status as a builder of communities, and underscores the sense of innovation that drives the team at YTL."
YTL Corporation's maiden property in neighbouring Singapore also scored two wins for Sandy Island luxury villas winning 'Best Development' and 'Best Development Marketing'. This brings the total to 9 awards won by YTL as a group at the CNBC Asia Pacific Property Awards 2009.
In Pursuit of Perfection
New Straits Times, 8 December 2008
YTL Land vies for local and international recognition with two trendsetting developments.
NST, 7 April 2008
In the city fringe location of Sentul, the Sentul West and Sentul East urban renewal projects promise to enhance quality of life, improve environmental sustainability and augment value for those who opt to invest in them.
Sentul East & West wins FIABCI’s award for Master Plan Development.
Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac) wins FIABCI’s Special Award for National Contribution.
The Star Online, 29 October 2007
Tan Sri Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL Corp Group is pleased to win these two awards. He said, "I am pleased that our contribution to the arts is now well recognised. Our commitment to build a better community instead of just homes is equally appreciated. I thank all involved and I applaud their passion in these successes. Most of all I thank our Lord Jesus for this blessing. He deserves the glory.”
The Star Online, 29 October 2007
Yeoh acknowledged that Sentul was one of YTL's most ambitious projects in terms of size and complexity. It was not a very good area but challenges are what YTL always thrives on.
Finding success in Sentul
The Edge, 23 August 2007
There was a time when many would have thought twice about moving into a condominium in Jalan Sentul, Kuala Lumpur. Now, it is a different story in the more-than-a-century-old railway town.
The Star Online, 5 June 2007
A shining example of the proverbial “road less taken” can be seen today at Sentul Park, part of the Sentul West development in Kuala Lumpur by YTL Land & Development Bhd.
RM1bil projects by YTL Land
The Star Online, 21 May 2007
YTL Land & Development Bhd will be launching four new products with a gross development value (GDV) of RM980mil in its existing projects in the Klang Valley soon.
The Maple by YTL Land a winner
The Star Online, 2 April 2007
YTL Land & Development Bhd's first residential project in Sentul West, The Maple, is a stunner! However, it is more than the two slender 30-storey towers that have attracted the city folk. The magic in this entire development is the 35-acre lush green park.