Nu Towers is comprises of two adjoining office buildings (Tower 1 & 2), and are attached to the renowned 4-star Aloft Hotel and the Nu Sentral shopping mall. The two towers are set to be another landmark building within the KL Sentral development.
Nu Tower 2 is of course the major tenant and other notable tenants are major players in the Recruitment Industry which makes it a great location for Businesses working in the industry.
Nu Tower 2 is located just beside the KL Sentral Station, which merges all the public transport system in Klang Valley into a single hub. KL Sentral's business and transportation hub appeal has been very attractive to a lot of the multi-national companies.
Nu Towers will be another hotspot for international ICT companies to locate their home here as it is awarded with MSC Cybercentre status.
28 minute train by KLIA Express from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and one hour drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport
LRT : 13 minutes train service from Menara Citibank Ampang Park Station
20 minutes drive (Off Peak hour) from Kuala Lumpur Golden Triangle
Situated just 2km away from the city centre, KL Sentral houses an impressive array of luxury hotes, local and international eateries with easy access to Malaysia's largest rail transport hub.KL Sentral is also within walking distance from the laidback residential neighbourhood of Brickfields where numerous quaint Buddhist temples and colourful shops with a strong South Indian presence can be found. Easily accessible via LRT, KTM and Monorail, Kuala Lumpur's massive shopping malls are also situated just several train stops away from KL Sentral Station.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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