The Tudorvale Properties Group has an impressive track record and a reputation for delivering luxury landmark developments in the City of London. ecity, the newest addition to their real estate portfolio, sees its Malaysian launch organized by Hartamas Real Estate Sdn Bhd at the JW Marriott in Kuala Lumpur on the 15th & 16th October 2011.
Boasting the coveted EC2 postcode and Zone 1 transport links, ecity lies between London’s thriving financial core and the trendy central city neighborhoods of Hoxton, Islington, Shoreditch and Clerkenwell. Here too is the capital’s newly emerging ‘Silicon Roundabout’ at Old Street where Google has recently leased a 7-storey building. David Cameron, the Prime Minister, has signaled his desire to turn the area into ‘one of the world’s great technology centers’.
“London is really seen as a safe haven for global money. We ran some figures showing how prime property is doing in terms of asset classes. It beat the FTSE 100 tracker over the last 10 years by quite a long margin,” said Grainne Gilmore, Knight Frank’s head of UK residential research. He also identified the City of London as a residential development hotspot that was likely to outperform many other central London regions by 2016.
Developer and founder of Tudorvale Properties, Eamon Lyons, is thrilled to be launching ecity in Kuala Lumpur. “It’s always exciting to launch a central London property in Asia. The market remains buoyant and ecity is sure to generate interest both from investors and relocating owner-occupiers. As the 2012 Olympics and Crossrail, Europe’s largest infrastructure project edge closer, London’s standing on the global stage just keeps getting better and better.”
Also available at the exhibition will be two other prime Zone 1 developments from Tudorvale. The St Williams Court and Bezier developments have both been extremely popular with the South East Asian market. St Williams Court is next to the Kings Cross Regeneration Scheme with Bezier is right on Silicon Roundabout at Old Street, EC1.
15th & 16th October 2011
11am – 7pm
JW Marriott Hotel
Bintang I & II rooms
Jalan Bukit Bintang