Kuala Lumpur is sending a statement of elegance and class as the Exchange 106 tower receives its certificate of completion and compliance (CCC), marking its completion and readiness to house the innovative and ambitious multinational brands from around the world.
Situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s integrated financial, business, retail and residential development, Tun Razak Exchange (TRX), Exchange 106 is one of the tallest office buildings in the world; and is a formidable presence in the city’s skyline. This iconic new landmark offers exciting new prospects for companies seeking to centralise their key functions in one location while streamlining their global support services to enhance productivity and efficiency.
“By locating here, companies can be closer to an established supply chain and mature workforce. Given the strategic value propositions, we expect many more multinational companies (MNCs) and local conglomerates to seize the opportunity to be part of KL’s new international postcode and increase their competitiveness by setting up their operations in Exchange 106 and TRX,” said Joanne Ang, Head of Leasing of Mulia Property Development Sdn Bhd, owner and developer of Exchange 106.
The Exchange 106 offers column-free and long spans of office space ranging from 22,000 sq ft to 34,000 sq ft, the largest columnless space in Malaysia. These are designed for flexible layouts and open plan interior configurations. The diagonal positioning of the tower also provides ample distance from neighbouring towers and 360-degree views.
The tower boasts impressive connectivity to the surrounding area; providing easy access to amenities and public transportation hubs in the district. The tower’s lobby also provides access to the TRX elevated park, which in turn serves as a pedestrian interchange between the neighbouring office buildings of HSBC and Affin Bank and future commercial buildings in the quarter, the MRT station and Lendlease’s Exchange Mall. The tower is also situated just a short distance to the neighbouring TREC entertainment district, which provides access to hundreds of quality eateries and amenities.
Keeping up with the pace and the hustle and bustle of the city, access is key in a hub, making buildings like Exchange 106 at TRX excellent as it sits at the intersection of the Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line and the upcoming Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya Line making the TRX MRT station an integrated interchange station. Direct road links to three major highways in and around the city centre namely, Jalan Tun Razak, the Maju Expressway and the SMART Tunnel ensure easy entry and exit to and from TRX.
The long list of features is already attracting the right kind of companies as Fortune 500 companies and other multinationals are flocking to occupy a building that will set the occupiers apart as the ones to watch and emulate. With 2 zones in the final stages of documentation and design, the first tenants are expected to move in by December, with the bulk occupying by March-April 2020.