TEE Land, KSH buy 26 plots of freehold land in Selangor for $36 million
Published on Jan 15, 2014 10:27 PM
Developer TEE Land and construction group KSH Holdings will buy land in Malaysia and develop it into a mixed development.
In separate announcements to the Singapore Exchange, the companies said they will acquire 26 plots of freehold land in Selangor for about $36 million through a nominee company of Klang City Development (KCD).
TEE Land owns a 60 per cent stake in KCD, with KSH holding the remaining 40 per cent.
The land, amounting to some 679,000 square feet, will have a potential plot ratio of 1:5.
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