UEM SUNRISE BERHAD (“UEM Sunrise” or the “Company”) (Company No. 830144-W) is a public listed company and one of Malaysia’s top property developers. It is the flagship company for township and property development businesses of UEM Group Berhad (“UEM Group”) and Khazanah Nasional Berhad (“Khazanah”). UEM Group is wholly-owned by Khazanah, an investment fund of the Government of Malaysia.
The Company has core competencies in macro township development; high-rise residential, commercial, retail and integrated development; as well as property management and project & construction services.
UEM Sunrise is currently undertaking various residential, commercial and mixed-use developments in Iskandar Puteri, one of the five flagship zones of Iskandar Malaysia. Upon completion, Iskandar Puteri will become the largest fully integrated urban development in Southeast Asia that will provide significant investment, financial, and business opportunities.
Embracing innovation and technology, Iskandar Puteri will be the role model for an economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable city. With modern infrastructure and cutting-edge architectural masterplan, the expected social and foreign investment inflows into Iskandar Puteri will propel economic growth and transform the Southern Peninsular of Malaysia into an exciting centre of economic development in the region.
The thrust of Iskandar Puteri lies in the array of signature and catalytic developments, including Kota Iskandar, the Johor State administrative centre which houses the State and Federal Government offices; Puteri Harbour, a luxurious waterfront tourist hub; Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (“SILC”), Iskandar Puteri’s flagship industrial park for advanced technologies, biotechnology, and integrated logistics targeted at light and medium industries; and Afiat Healthpark, a comprehensive medical park offering modern, traditional and complementary medicine, and wellness. Together with a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial properties; hotels, resorts and other amenities, Iskandar Puteri will emerge as a vibrant and dynamic destination offering holistic and integrated lifestyle, with immense potential growth for investors.
UEM Sunrise is also cementing its commitment in delivering affordable homes with the launch of Bayu Nusantara and Denai Nusantara, which are integral to the Company’s pledge of developing 10,000 units of affordable homes in Iskandar Puteri.
Gerbang Nusajaya, the second phase development of Iskandar Puteri is a 4,551-acre project which will also feature various signature and catalytic developments and will be developed over a period of 25 years with components such as lifestyle and retail parks, including Fastrackcity; campus offices & industrial parks including Nusajaya Tech Park; and residential precincts, including Melia Residences, Estuari Gardens, Gerbang Nusantara and Serimbun.
In the Central Region of Peninsular Malaysia, UEM Sunrise is renowned for its award-winning and up-market high-rise residential and commercial developments largely in Mont’Kiara, Kuala Lumpur; featuring projects such as Sefina Residences, Residensi22, Arcoris Mont’Kiara, 28 Mont’Kiara, Residensi Solaris Parq, and many more. It is also responsible for introducing the concept of creative retail in Solaris Dutamas, known as Publika.
UEM Sunrise is also developing the 448-acre integrated township of Serene Heights Bangi that offers life’s simple pleasures with a nature-inspired environment apart from Symphony Hills, an exclusive residential development equipped with the Country’s first smart-home features and community connectivity via the Connected Intelligent Community (“CIC”) services in Cyberjaya. The Company also has other numerous award-winning residential, commercial and mixed-use developments within Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Shah Alam, and Seremban.
UEM Sunrise’s presence overseas extends to Durban, South Africa and Melbourne, Australia with a landbank of 36 acres while winding down its presence in Vancouver, Canada.
Australia has become an increasingly strong market for the Company, with construction stages of the 92-storey Aurora Melbourne Central, the tallest development in the CBD of Melbourne, and the inspiring 42-storey Conservatory located on Mackenzie Street, that boasts panoramic views over the historic UNESCO World Heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens. The latest launch, Mayfair, located on the prestigious 412 St. Kilda Road in Melbourne, is a 19-storey residential development that heralds ultra-luxurious living with an emphasis on bespoke experiences.
The Company retains a land bank in Durban, South Africa that is poised to be developed into a luxurious mixed-use project known as Durban Point Waterfront. The development will be designed to maximise views of Durban Harbour and the Indian Ocean.
UEM Sunrise is also the appointed Project Manager (Marketing) for developer, M+S Pte Ltd (“M+S”), a company owned by Khazanah and Temasek Pte Ltd for its Marina One and DUO mixed-use developments in Singapore.
BUILDING BEYOND BUILDINGS
At UEM Sunrise, we pride ourselves on being placemakers – creating new, holistic townships that fulfil the social, physical, and spiritual needs of our communities. We are conscious of the impact we have on the lives we touch through our residential, commercial, retail, hospitality, and industrial developments.
Accordingly, we are committed to incorporate designs and technological elements that enhance a sense of well-being, be it for work, living or leisure. Going above and beyond our commitment to produce quality products, we seek to balance our economic ambitions with socially responsible initiatives that positively impact the communities surrounding our developments.
Our ongoing corporate responsibility (“CR”) efforts are categorised into three principal areas, namely Economic, Environmental and Social which not only help us to deliver excellence in our services and products to maximise value for our customers and stakeholders, but more importantly, to ensure that our business meets our CR objective of ‘Building Beyond Buildings’.