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Suria KLCC to redevelop Putrajaya’s Alamanda Shopping Centre

Retail asset management group Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd has released plans for the redevelopment of the Alamanda Shopping Centre in Putrajaya, Malaysia.

The project, which began construction in June 2023 and is set for completion and relaunch in 2024, marks the first major redevelopment since the mall’s establishment in 2004. The project is the largest to kick off commencement in Putrajaya this year.

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The redevelopment will include an expanded retail space of approximately 50,000 square feet, offering a sizeable marketplace for new and established brands.

Source: Suria KLCC

The mall will also feature enlarged entertainment facilities, including additional halls at a state-of-the-art family-friendly cinema, expansion of the bowling area, and an adventure park at the Esplanade.

The project will also bring captivating enhancements to the mall’s landscaping and overall design, with a focus on fostering community engagement and driving increased footfall.

Source: Suria KLCC

“Alamanda Shopping Centre has always held a special place as more than just a mall – it serves  as a gathering spot where family, friends, and the community come together,” said Andrew Brien,  executive director and CEO of Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd.

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“With this highly anticipated redevelopment, this beloved mall will get the elevation it truly deserves. We are redefining its look and feel,  infusing it with a fresh and sophisticated profile that breathes new life into its corridors. This  transformative endeavour will elevate Alamanda Shopping Centre to a vibrant community hub,  solidifying its position as an iconic destination in Putrajaya.”