What are some Grade A office buildings for rent in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia?
MALAYSIA - A country dubbed as a key international business destination, Malaysia is a great home ground for many business entrepreneurs. It has good infrastructure, ports and connectivity. Malaysia has some of the best office buildings boasting high quality finishes, modern systems, exceptional accessibility and a business-friendly environment. Check out our list to discover some Grade A finest office buildings for rent in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Another addition to the world class Petronas Twin Tower offices in KLCC Kuala Lumpur, Petronas Tower 3 is a 58-storey commercial building that offers six levels of Retail Podium which are seamlessly integrated with Suria KLCC. Completed in 2011, this office building serves as the headquarters of Petronas Carigali, the E&P subsidiary of Petronas and some other local subsidiaries of multinational companies such as Microsoft Malaysia. Developed by KLCC Properties, Petronas Tower 3 was previously known as the Carigali Tower which is a development under phase 2 of the KLCC project. The office spaces in the building occupies a total floor area of 840,000 square feet, while the retail mall section occupies a total of 140,000 square feet. The Petronas Tower 3 has four levels of basement parking with a 193 parking lot capacity.
Offering one of the largest floor plates of approximately 25,000 sq ft in the Kuala Lumpur Golden Triangle area, Integra Tower is a 40-storey modern office building located at the intersection of Jalan Ampang and Jalan Tun Razak. This state of the art office tower was built according to the LEED accreditation standards and boasts its self sustainable high performance green features. Other facilities of the building include: 24 hour security, turnstile security card access system, high speed broadband connectivity, covered car park, F&B dining, banks, train connectivity, and a centralized air handling unit.
One of the most sought after office buildings, Menara Prudential is a stylish modern skyscraper with a glass facade. This 32-storey building is located in the centre of Kuala Lumpur’s new 70-acre financial district. Menara Prudential serves as the Kuala Lumpur headquarters of Prudential, one of the world’s largest insurance companies. At the forefront of smart and sustainable development, Menara Prudential tower has a low-energy glass facade in order to provide a crisp aesthetic while reducing indoor building heat and increasing indoor environmental quality. In addition to that, there is also a building management system that serves to optimise lighting and temperature performance, while resource-saving measures allow for highly effective harvesting and recycling of rainwater – collectively, features like these have helped the building achieve a LEED Gold certification. The commercial tower offers 51,018 square meters of Grade A office space with built up area from 1,000 square feet to 6,500 square feet.
A high-tech Grade A office building that is formerly known as Quill Sentral and Tower D, Axiata Tower or known as Quill 7 has been awarded the Multimedia Super Corridor status and is equipped with state-of-the-art IT infrastructure. This 115m contemporary office tower is situated within KL Sentral intelligent city can be easily accessible via different modes of transportation such as KLIA Transit, KLIA Express Rail Link, KTM Komuter, Rapid KL LRT, KTM Intercity as well as KL Monorail. Axiata Tower is a 32-storey office building that is equipped with 9 passenger lifts and a 327 parking space capacity. The main tenant of the building is Quill Capita Trust Office while the remaining office space is available for lease.
Set to be another award winning office building in KL Sentral, Q Sentral is a 42-storey Grade A office building that is built to Green Building Index standards with sustainable features including rainwater harvesting, high efficiency sanitary fittings, and energy saving light fittings. It offers tenants office spaces that measure from 1,300 square feet up to 40,000 square feet, which is one of the largest floor plates in Malaysia. The building name was derived from the ancient Chinese concept of Qi which represents the perfect harmony of work and play lifestyle that Q Sentral aims to provide its tenants. Other facilities include: turnstile security access gate, CCTV surveillance, 24-hour security detail, a 6-storey high Sky Garden on Level 33A with an “open-to-the-sky” concept that offers a unique interaction space for office workers to relax and de-stress, and lastly a ‘suspended glass box’ at Sky Lobby 13 that provides gym facilities, as well as a lounge, and games room.