Rohas Perkasa, KLCC
Rohas Perkasa (also known as Wisma Rohas Perkasa) was built in the late 1990's and stands 21-storey high in the Goldan Triangle of Kuala Lumpur, at the intersection of Jalan Perak and Jalan P Ramlee. A notable landmark that has achieved and maintained more than 95% occupancy rate in the last 10 years, Rohas Perkasa continues to host international oil and gas service companies and other reputable firms.
Rohas Perkasa consists of 2 retail podium levels, 6 storeys of parking bays and the remaining 13 floors are office spaces to let. The office tower stands diagonally across from Life Center, and opposite Crown Regency. It also houses a convenience store, art gallery, audio visual outlet, and pub & bar. The Jalan P Ramlee strip is also known for its nightlife and Kuala Lumpur's central clubbing district.
Traffic is heavy during the day, as the main roads of Jalan Perak and Jalan P Ramlee are thoroughfare for other major roads like Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Pinang. Taxis are aplenty here as the area is known to tourists. KLCC is also just 2 minutes drive away and within walking distance. The nearest LRT station is also located at KLCC.
Award-winning Landscape Architectural Design company, Seksan Design, was brought in to do the landscape architecture and design of Rohas Perkasa, creating unique design pieces that surround the building. Demanding premium rentals from RM7.50 and above, with large floor layouts to offer, Rohas Perkasa is owned by Tan Sri Wan Azmi Wan Hamzah noted as founder of Land & General, and subsequently Amway (M) Holdings plus other international businesses.
A prominent landmark at a busy intersection in the Golden Triangle of KL, Rohas Perkasa is sure to be a hot property. Parking charges are a steep RM200 a month in the building. Surrounded by prominent restaurants and pubs, and known by locals and tourists alike, Rohas Perkasa has gone up in value over the years. The area continues to thrive and the tenants are never short. Only few lettable areas remain.