About Property Investment & Management
(formerly known as UDA Mall)
The Urban Development Authority (UDA) was founded in 1971 with the overarching goal to propel the nation’s urban development towards advancements and profitability. The name was later changed to UDA Holdings Berhad in 1999.
It is now a Government-Linked Company (GLC) that is fully owned by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) and overseen by the Ministry of Entrepreneur and Cooperatives Development (MECD).
To support the objective, Property Investment & Management Division was then established as the property management arm under the purview of UDA Holdings Berhad. Through it’s four subsidiary companies, they provide main and value-added services under the umbrella of property management such as building management, tenancy management and maintenance services. Property Investment & Management Division currently manages a portfolio of more than 20 commercial and residential buildings with a total billing of service charges in excess of RM100 million per annum.
Angsana Johor Bahru Mall
Angsana JB Mall, formerly known as Plaza Angsana, is a must visit shopping destination in Johor Bahru. It is strategically located along the hustle & bustle of Jalan Tampoi, within the highly populated 298 acre Pusat Bandar Tampoi. Popular among Malaysians, Singaporeans and other visitors alike, it has a 1.03 million square feet gross built-up area, built with an aesthetic design and practical layout.
Angsana Ipoh Mall
Angsana Ipoh Mall, formerly known as Greentown Mall, is a friendly neighbourhood mall in the heart of Ipoh City Centre, surrounded offices, government complexes, colleges and a hospital. Popular among local shoppers especially, it has a 343 thousand square feet gross built-up area.
Angsana Seremban houses the Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) for Negeri Sembilan, a one stop centre providing over-the-counter public access to key government and private sector services.
UTC N9 @ Angsana Seremban
Angsana Seremban, formerly known as Plaza Ampangan, has been operating since 1997. Today, it houses the Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) for Negeri Sembilan, a one stop centre providing over-the-counter public access to key government and private sector services.
Pertama Complex is one of the first shopping complexes in Kuala Lumpur and has been operating since 1976. It is located on the historical Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman @ Jalan TAR, a prime shopping and business district in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Morten Walk is a chic shopping area that sits on a 4.024-acre land, along the river front in Kampung Morten. The colourful design creates a vibrant feel for the locals and tourists to generate an interactive retail space where customers can fully explore the wondrous creative cottage industry.
Malaysia Grand Bazaar
Malaysia Grand Bazaar is spread across 100,000 sq. ft. of carefully curated spaces with touches of heritage architecture that houses up to 100 artisanal and authentic local brands that pays homage to the creativity and artistry of Malaysians creators and crafters.
UTC KL @ Pudu Sentral
Located in Pudu Sentral, the Urban Transformation Centre for Kuala Lumpur (UTC KL), is a one stop centre providing over-the-counter public access to key government and private sector services.
Pudu Sentral, formerly known as Hentian Puduraya, is a well-known landmark in Kuala Lumpur since its completion in 1976. Given a new fresh and modern look in 2011, it continues to be a major city transportation hub for Kuala Lumpur.
Hentian Duta is a satellite bus terminal feeding off Pudu Sentral. Operating since 1998, it is located at the brim of Kuala Lumpur City Centre, off Jalan Duta, and in close proximity to the North Klang Valley expressway (NKVE). The terminal offers convenience and comfort to passengers heading to or coming from the northern states of Perak, Penang, Kedah and Perlis, and also the city of Hatyaii in southern Thailand.
Bangunan Cahaya Suria
Cahaya Suria, built in 1974, is another familiar landmark in Kuala Lumpur. It consist 18 floors of office and retail space, with 2 floors of parking lots.
City Parking, as the name implies, is a 5-storey parking complex located on Jalan Tugu, off Jalan Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur (KL).
Other individual properties managed by us, commonly referred to as ‘IP’ in UDA Mall Sdn. Bhd., consist of various commercial, retail and residential properties.
For over four decades, UDA has advanced urbanisation throughout Malaysia, while expanding the participation of Malaysian entrepreneurs in its business eco-system.