The Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) is set to become another landmark project in Kuala Lumpur and the development’s first phase is expected to be handed over by 2021.
Located on the former site of Pudu Prison, Phase I of BBCC comprises the RM1.6 billion Mitsui Shopping Park Lalaport, 43-storey strata office tower The Stride, an entertainment hub that houses the Malaysia Grand Bazaar (MGB) and a live event hall by Sony’s Zepp brand that can accommodate about 2,500 people.
Overall, the massive project has a land area of 19.8 acres and has a gross development value (GDV) of RM8.7 billion. It is being jointly undertaken by UDA Holdings, Eco World Development Group and the Employees Provident Fund (EPF).
When fully completed, BBCC will feature a shopping centre, a lifestyle hotel, an entertainment hub, four blocks of serviced apartment and three blocks of strata and corporate offices, plus an 80-storey signature tower with high-end residences, corporate offices, and a five-star hotel.
For the convenience of its residents, Bukit Bintang City Centre is connected to other major areas in Kuala Lumpur via Hang Tuah LRT and monorail stations, and the Bukit Bintang MRT station which is scheduled to operate in 2019.
Since the official launch of BBCC in December 2016, there has been a positive market response for the serviced apartments comprising 666 units, and the strata office consisting of 341 units.
341 units of 948 – 1,187 sq. ft. offices
·Video conference facilities
·Collaboration with Regus, the largest global workplace provider
·20,000 sq ft modern and professional workspace within its Strata Office Tower
·Added convenience for new business start-ups and small business owners to set up their base