Chinese New Year Celebration @ Southgate Kuala Lumpur

23 February 2012

Kuala Lumpur, 23 February : CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATION @ SOUTHGATE KUALA LUMPUR "Usher in a Prosperous Year of the Snake at Southgate" The Joint Management Body (JMB) of Southgate held its first Chinese New Year celebration or Chap Goh Meh celebration at Southgate Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, 23 February 2013. The event was organised by Henry Butcher Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Building Management) and Henry Butcher Real Estate Sdn Bhd (Leasing), appointed property manager and leasing team for Southgate. The highlights of the event included Lion Dance, “Bian Lian” (Face-Changing), acrobatic performance by the Shanghai Acrobatics Troupe and Guzheng recital. Lucky draw sessions were carried out throughout the entire event with more than 50 prizes sponsored by the tenants and business owners of Southgate. Chairman of the JMB, Mr Kerk Han Meng (who is also the Chairman of Technoplx and CJ Polymers Sdn Bhd) shared that demand for office space in the Klang Valley is expected to remain positive in 2013 with the implementation of the various economic initiatives under the Greater Kuala Lumpur NKRA. “We are glad to see that the occupancy rate in Southgate has been improved greatly with the presence of professional property manager and leasing team under the Henry Butcher Malaysia, and we have the confident that Southgate will be fully filled up/occupied with our JMB on-going effort and Henry Butcher expertise,” says Mr Kerk. Southgate, a Commercial Centre Hub located in Sungai Besi is set to benefit from the overflow of two colossal projects namely the RM26 billion Tun Razak Exchange and the 495 acres Sungai Besi Airport redevelopment or referred to as Bandar Malaysia under the Greater Kuala Lumpur development plan. This commercial centre features creative work spaces with modern facilities and an atrium with F&B retail shops with the highest standards of a well-planned business park. Southgate’s contemporary and stylish concept also makes it an ideal location for niche boutiques, fitness centre and specialty stores. Restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and bistros as well as banks are present to support these business and visitors. Current tenants including Hong Leong Bank, Nissan, MMC Gamuda, Zalora, Nichii, Pappa Rich, etc.