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Project: Oxley Towers, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A stone throw away from the renowned Petronas Twin Towers, the project is a vibrant and upcoming development made from an ensemble of three cascading skyscrapers interlinked with landscaped sky decks. This commercial scheme is known to become a future landmark on the Kuala Lumpur skyline.

The highly dense mixed development of 280,000sq m is created from a concoction of components mainly, two hotels, serviced residences, office and retail; which will soon become an opportunity to transform the civic realm and urban experience of the KLCC area.

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