About

GuocoLand (Malaysia) Berhad, listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia, is the property arm of Hong Leong Group. The company is an established property developer in developing community centric residential townships as well as innovative commercial and integrated development projects in Malaysia. GuocoLand Malaysia is a subsidiary of the Singapore-based GuocoLand Limited, the multi-award winning premier regional property player with established operations in Singapore, China and Vietnam.

GuocoLand Malaysia has a sizeable land bank for residential, commercial and industrial developments in the Greater Kuala Lumpur and Melaka. Among GuocoLand Malaysia’s notable prime projects are Damansara City, an award winning integrated luxury development located in the prime neighbourhood of Damansara Heights; Emerald 9, a fully integrated development strategically located within the matured neighbourhood in Cheras, comprises residential, hotel, office and retail components; Oval Kuala Lumpur, an opulent condominium situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Centre; Emerald Rawang, a master planned township which comprises different types of residences in Rawang; Emerald Sepang, a freehold master planned development with upcoming shop offices, terrace houses and semi-Ds, surrounded by clusters of beautiful lakes and greeneries; as well as commercial developments namely, Commerce One along Old Klang Road and PJ City in Petaling Jaya.

Apart from property development, GuocoLand Malaysia is active in property investment through Tower REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) and its portfolio comprises yield-accretive commercial buildings including Menara HLA and HP Towers in strategic locations in Kuala Lumpur. Incorporated in 1989, Raikon Building Management Co. is the subsidiary of GuocoLand Malaysia and one of Malaysia’s premier property management services providers. GuocoLand Malaysia also operates a 5-star international luxury hotel namely, Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara, with a total of 312 exquisite rooms in Damansara Heights.

Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore

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