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Kenanga International Building




Kenanga International Building, Kuala LumpurKenanga International Building, Kuala Lumpur (8 July, 2016)





Kenanga International Building (GPS: 3.15236, 101.71023) is a commercial property on Jalan Sultan Ismail in downtown Kuala Lumpur. Its rear opens out to Jalan Perak.

The Kenanga International Building comprises a 3-storey banking hall adjoining a 21-storey office block. In 2009, it was reported that Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) bought the Kenanga building from Injaz AsiaEquity Property for around RM250 million. This was after the plan by Tower Real Estate Investment Trusts (Tower REIT) to purchase it for RM157.5 million had fallen through. Injaz AsiaEquity Property bought the building in June 2007 from K&N Kenanga Berhad for RM165 million.

The Kenanga International Building underwent renovation which was completed in 2009. Before the renovation, it has a net lettable area of 297,522 square feet. It was constructed on a 6,804-square meter plot. The renovation added another 70,000 square feet of lettable area to the building.

Kenanga International Building, Kuala LumpurThe rear façade of Kenanga International Building facing Jalan Perak. (8 July, 2016)

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Kenanga International Building

Kenanga International Building is on the map of Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

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