About Us - Property Development Division

Bukit Jalil Development Sdn Bhd


Ho Hup Construction Company Berhad (“HOHUP”) rapid rise in the property development sector through its subsidiary company, Bukit Jalil Development Sdn Bhd (“BJD”) is notable. The company, a CIDB licensed developer made its presence known and felt since April 1994 and continuously delivered quality homes to Malaysians.

Henceforth, HOHUP has spearheaded into this industry with much gusto, gaining as much experience as possible whilst making great strides in becoming a major player.

BJD is a special purpose vehicle established to provide impetus to develop entire BANDAR BUKIT JALIL. The company’s core business activity of property development is well supported by its construction and infrastructure parent company, Ho Hup to deliver product and service of the highest quality standard to its customers.

BJD owns 153 acres of freehold prime land which is located near the National Sport Complex with easy access to the Kuala Lumpur City Centre.

The 60-acre commercial prime land owned by BJD covers a land area of 243,000-square metre (or 60.05-acres), held under the Master Title Geran No. 42277, Lot No. 36101. The 60-Acre Land, (known as Lot 36101, PT4774, Mukim of Petaling, District of Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan) located within the Bandar Bukit Jalil, is a near oval shaped parcel of freehold commercial land.

HOHUP’s current business model for property development division is to focus on projects on joint venture arrangements and financing on project basis.

Development of the 60-Acres Land which comprises of the joint development with Pioneer Haven and BJD’s own development provides a firm and sustainable basis to turn around the Group’s financial position. Parcel A is the first phase of the project out of the 10 acres to be developed by BJD which consist of 64 units of shop offices and a 15-storey SOVO which were soft launched in September 2012 and September 2013.

HOHUP is focused on launching of its Laman Iskandaria Township project located towards the South of Malaysia which had gained overwhelming reception.

Similarly, to the construction division, HOHUP is currently adopting a conservative approach for undertaking projects with well-defined and well managed risks. The Group’s emphasis is on the selection of reliable joint venture partners to partner with.

Laman Iskandaria, Kulai

A 429-acre development, Laman Iskandaria is a master planned community comprising of landed residences and commercial shoplots. The contemporary and innovative design feature incorporating natural surrounding amidst the hustle and bustle of the city.


First phase launch of the 99.83 acres of Laman Iskandaria, Nadira Residensi, 2 storey terrace house, targeted at the affordable housing segment to meet the growing demand for this housing in the vicinity and The SouQ, 2 storey shoplots will be the commercial units to cater the residents. This promising development brings you an ultimate experience in serenity, joy and harmonious lifestyle with plentiful opportunities for all.


Phase 1A & 1B
From 1,429 – 1,569 sqft
From RM332,000 onwards.

The Crown, Kota Kinabalu

Standing tall next to the best neighbours, The Crown is on the last parcel of land in the most desirable part of Kota Kinabalu, with a host of amenities like entertainment outlets, shops and hospitals. Its finest neighbour is the Crowne Plaza Hotel-a five-star hotel with a sterling reputation throughout the world and a welcome addition to the Kota Kinabalu hospitality scene.


From 394 – 4,852 sq ft
From RM499,000 onwards.

Flex Sovo, Bukit Jalil

Exquisitely crafted with indelible class. A prestigious development with leading modern design and contemporary architecture. Strategically located in the Southern Gateway of Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Jalil City with excellent connectivity via major highway networks and public amenities such as Pavilion Bukit Jalil Megamall, Bukit Jalil Park, and National Sport Centre will be the epicentre of new vibrant Suburban Township.


From 376 - 591 sqft
From RM 404,200 onwards