TRX is a launchpad for businesses that have regional or global aspirations. Firms like HSBC and Prudential have already chosen TRX as their regional operations base. Business similar to these, alongside many others, are providing related services that will form an ecosystem where your business can thrive amongst like-minded firms. It offers a synergy from exposure and proximity that your business can harness, right here in the heart of the city.
As KL’s business life gravitates towards the next CBD, TRX will be the natural hub. With a significant daytime and evening population, made up of workers, residents and visitors, any commercial operation within retail, hospitality and service sectors at TRX will find it has a captive market of affluent consumers.
The multi-layered community at TRX will generate significant income for every sort of business. From international brands and hospitality outlets, to local entrepreneurs and traders vital to ensure TRX remains uniquely and authentically Malaysian, everybody in retail can benefit. TRX is a stepping-stone that can connect brands and businesses of all kinds to the world. From right here, right at home.
Whether you need to get in and out of a place of work, or meet friends for dinner, transport and the ability to avoid the city’s traffic is key. TRX is perfectly fed by numerous options that include various highway networks and an MRT exchange. The close-by mature neighbourhoods of Bukit Bintang and Imbi provide connections to other means of transport. At TRX it will be easy to work, live or just play.
Local business will benefit from a significant new market. On the one hand a daytime worker population will present major opportunities for those in a business to consumer market. At the same time the financial services companies will demand a range of goods and facilities within a rapidly growing business to business market. It’s the base of a robust ecosystem that is set to thrive and drive demand for all kinds of services.
Economic sustainability comes from the wide base of varied demand. However, ensuring that this financial benefit does not come at the cost of environmental sustainability is a core part of the development’s commitment. TRX is dedicated to lowering its environmental impact and promoting efficient use of resources like water and energy at every level, through infrastructural features such as a water treatment recycling plant designed to cut overall consumption by half.
Whilst office and residential space at TRX soar skywards, at street level the urban village will be a thriving hub of activity as local residents and the daytime population alike bustle along the safe streets and through the open spaces. The architectural design and planning of the TRX development allows it to host various economic drivers and the city’s newest green space. TRX is a unique development that features porous borders with its closest and well-established neighbours, with a capacity to serve every needs and yet be a space where you can find your own niche.
At the centre of TRX a large and beautiful urban park has been designed to connect the various street level areas, in a safe and secure environment. This will enable the community to easily move between one area to another, facilitating the discovery of every corner of the district. No business location in TRX will be isolated.
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When it comes to the infrastructure, or hardware, of cities of the future, there are two basic building blocks that feature strongly: sustainability and technology. Both are closely intertwined. Unless one were to build a city from the ground up, many times these key building blocks are difficult to add on later. When done as an afterthought, you are rarely able to truly maximise its benefits.
When stepping into the TRX district, there is a distinct sense of space that expands before you. Right in the middle of the city, wide green open space leads you through the development and connects the public retail space to the office towers and into the residential quarter.
Individual developments rarely have leverage over a city’s planning. In the past, they were designed to maximise the footprint, and squeeze value from every square metre. But this resulted in many missed opportunities in making cities live, work and play better.