A new KL city centre in the offing
Joseph Wong | 07 Sep 2018 00:30
Malaysia’s next tallest tower, PNB 118, a geometrically intricate 118- storey structure is expected to grace the Kuala Lumpur skyline within the next two years.

It will feature 83 floors of premium office space, with the top 17 floors to host the 5-star Park Hyatt hotel. The hotel will feature approximately 200 guestrooms and suites that are designed to give a panoramic view of the city. There will also be nearly 20,000 sq ft of meeting space for conferences and events in the hotel.

The remaining floors comprises a retail podium and the 30-long-stay serviced residences. Not surprisingly, the PNB 118 tower, which is part of the RM3.5 bil Merdeka 118 project, is a headturner.

Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), a government-linked investment company, is slated to make PNB 118 its new headquarters.

“PNB 118 is a geometrically intricate 118-story office and hotel tower that will be home to the headquarters of Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), one of the country’s leading investment firms.

“With a completed height of more than 600 metres, PNB 118 will become the tallest building in Malaysia, and rank amongst the world’s 10 tallest buildings,” says global real estate services firm JLL Malaysia research and consultancy department assistant manager Gregory Wong.

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