Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) is a new urban development in central Kuala Lumpur. This mixed use project includes residential towers, hotels, retail and entertainment spaces, and a transit hub. There are gardens and other open spaces, and the site will include a signature landmark tower.
The 19.4-acre property is at the site of the old Pudu Prison. The prison was built by the British colonial government in 1895, and was closed in 2009. The complex was completely demolished by 2012, with only the Victorian-era gate left as a reminder of its past. Here are more photos of the Pudu Prison.
[Map of Bukit Bintang City Centre.]
Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) Sales Gallery: 2, Jalan Hang Tuah, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
[Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) Sales Gallery.]
Bukit Bintang City Centre is located on the corner of Jalan Pudu and Jalan Hang Tuah in Pudu District. It’s located next to Hang Tuah Station, which is an interchange station for the KL Monorail Line and the LRT Ampang Line and Sri Petaling Line
Official Links and Resources
Official website: bbcckl.com.
Malaysia Grand bazaar – Shopping quarter of BBCC.
[Pudu Prison gate – 23/01/2020.]
[Bukit Bintang City Centre construction – 17/09/2019.]
[Bukit Bintang City Centre construction – 12/04/2019.]
[Construction from corner of Jalan Pudu and Jalan Hang Tuah – 30/01/2019.]
Malaysia Grand Bazaar @ BBCC, KL’s 1st artisanal mall, will open on Thursday – [28/03/22]
“Malaysia Grand Bazaar (MGB), an integral component of the Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) urban regeneration project and Kuala Lumpur’s first artisanal mall, will open on March 31, 2022.
MGB spans 100,000 square feet of carefully curated spaces with hints of heritage architecture. It is home to 100 artisanal and authentic local brands that pay homage to Malaysian creators and crafters’ creativity and artistry.”
Eco World confirms incident at Bukit Bintang City Centre project site – [29/01/19]
“Eco World Development Group Bhd (EcoWorld) has confirmed that there was “a localised failure of a slab” at the Bukit Bintang City Centre”.
BBCC progresses faster than expected – [06/12/2018]
“The transformation of the former Pudu jail site into the multi-billion-ringgit Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC), which started in 2016, is moving faster than expected.”
Parcel 2 construction starts – [03/05/2018]
“The Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) project, launched in 2016 and earmarked for full completion in 2025, has started Parcel 2 of the development.”
AZRB bags RM221.9m substructure work contract for BBCC – [07/09/2017]
“Civil engineering and construction group Ahmad Zaki Resources Bhd has bagged RM221.9 million substructure works contract for Bukit Bintang City Centre.”
How the Bukit Bintang City Centre project came about – [29/03/16]
“The history of the redevelopment of the old Pudu prison site, which is now called Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC), can be traced back some 20 years when the 19.4-acre prime land first became vacant.”
BBCC attracts foreign investors – [29/03/2016]
BBCC project set for key milestones – [22/01/2016]
“The RM8.7 billion Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) project will achieve several key milestones this year as it continues to attract foreign investors. These will include the signing of an agreement with Japan’s Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd to manage the 1.2 million sq ft mall at BBCC.”
Eco World to ink deal on RM8bil BBCC project – [03/02/15]
Underground tunnel collapse causes sinkhole in KL – [02/07/2014]
“…part of the road at the intersection of Jalan Pudu and Jalan Hang Tuah sunk after the tunnel, which forms part of the Pudu underpass project by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), collapsed”.
Malaysia: Historic jail demolished – [27/06/2010]
Historic murals lost as Malaysian jail wall is razed – [24/06/2010]
“Bulldozers have torn down a boundary wall famed for murals mostly painted by anonymous convicts at a 115-year-old Malaysian prison that once held World War II Allied soldiers.”
No heritage site for Pudu Jail, development will commence – [21/06/2010]
Development of Pudu Jail site to begin 1Q11 – [10/06/2010]
Remembering Pudu Jail – [30/11/2009]
Hammer finally falls on Pudu Jail – [17/10/2009]
Uproar over looming demolition of historic jail – [29/05/2008]