Kuala Lumpur has seen a significant transformation over the years, with new infrastructures and skyscrapers being erected in just a short amount of time. One of the latest additions to the heart of the city is Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC), an up-and-coming residential and commercial complex.
A project developed under a joint venture between EcoWorld Development Group Berhad,UDA Holdings Berhad & KWSP Employees Provident Fund, BBCC will encompass a major section of Bukit Bintang area and introduced to the public in three phases, with the first having been recently completed early this year.
The first phase includes a shopping mall, Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport BBCC, an entertainment hub (Zepp KL, GSC Cineplex, Malaysia Grand Bazaar and a banquet hall), Lucentia Residences, a 47-storey and 35-storey residential suites, and the 46-storey The Stride Strata Office.
An integrated Transit Hub at Bukit Bintang City Centre connects all this seamlessly and gives for a continuous flow of visitors arriving from 3 different public transports, the LRT, Monorail and MRT of Kuala Lumpur.
The second phase and third phase, still under development, will include more residential suites, office towers and an 80-storey building through BBCC Signature Tower respectively.
The EcoWorld brand is spread across three key economic regions in Malaysia with 20 projects in total that include new townships, commercial developments, luxury high-rise apartments and green business parks.
Photo Credit: Bukit Bintang City Centre