Cities, simplified.

Neovate reimagines the way people live and work in urban centres. We develop properties that enhance the quality of life and push the envelope of modern civilized living.

Projects

Our concepts begin where the user experience fails. We identify community needs and market shortcomings and build properties that serve as solutions to persisting problems of society.

Microsuites for the young professional.

Neopod One

Kuala Lumpur

Meet Neopod One, the first commercial micro-suite property in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Centre, walking distance to the Twin Towers.

Discover what we’re building in Kuala Lumpur.

Elysia (Coming Soon)

Kuala Lumpur

Slated for Kuala Lumpur’s trending part of Bukit Bintang, the city’s shopping, entertainment, and nightlife hub.

Markets

Research and experience guide the direction of our next phase of development. Neovate is powering the future of property development in the following markets.

The arrival of a long awaited public transit system boosts investor interest in the city’s burgeoning property sector…read more

Vietnam’s relaxed laws and resilient economy draw the attention and capital of foreign and domestic investors…read more

Unique Financial Independence

Full Scale

Neovate maintains its financial independence by utilizing real estate syndication model for its urban real estate development. By relying on private equity, the company avoids the constraints and disadvantages of traditional “Sell-off-plan” models.

Full Circle

By reducing projects into smaller, more affordable and approachable modules, more financing partners are able to participate in the project, and they realize higher returns that are usually reserved for large corporate developers.

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