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KUALA LUMPUR (May 14): Ehsan Bina Group, founded in 1989 by Lai Choon Kong, is a reputable construction company with a strong order book of RM400 million today. For decades, the company has been focusing heavily on construction, with only a handful of property development projects launched. In June, Ehsan Bina will launch the second phase of its single largest development — ForestHill — which also marks a significant change in its management: the passing of the baton from Choon Kong to his daughters, Jamie and Adelynn.  

"The company is going through a transitional period of business restrategising. We hope [ForestHill Residences] will help us achieve another high in the [property development] business, as well as shout our name in the property development industry," Jamie tells City & Country in an exclusive interview.

ForestHill Residences offers 618 condominium units in two towers — Tower A (38 storeys) and Tower B (35 storeys). Built-ups range from 953 to 1,527 sq ft with a minimum of three bedrooms and two bathrooms. At least two car parking bays are included. Selling prices start from RM580 psf.

In the same issue, we cover the launch of Avela in Bandar Rimbayu by IJM Land. We also have CBRE Research’s Intelligent Investment report on the Asia-Pacific commercial real estate debt market, and a story about the rental market for high-rise residential in Bukit Rahman Putra, Selangor.

We also look into Jalan Sin Chew Kee in Bukit Bintang, a short but charming lane that features well-preserved colonial terraced houses and ageing walk-up apartments.

Find out more in the May 15 issue of City & Country.

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