KL's Iconic Coliseum Cinema, Café & Hotel From The 1920s Are Up For Sale

A real estate consultancy said the heritage properties can be purchased together or separately.

Cover image via Wikipedia & Coliseum Café

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The 104-year-old Coliseum Cinema, and its adjacent Coliseum Café and Hotel, in downtown Kuala Lumpur are up for sale

According to a LinkedIn post by Knight Frank Malaysia, the company has been exclusively appointed to market the sale of the iconic pre-war, free-hold colonial buildings.

"Built in 1920, the Art Deco-style cinema is the oldest and continuously running cinema hall in the country. If required, vacant possession can be provided to the new purchaser.

"The adjacent café and hotel — now vacant — has a long history dating back over a century," stated the real estate consultancy.

Located on Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Coliseum Cinema is still showing movies today, run by Lotus Five Star Cinemas, while its next-door café closed for business in 2021

Among their key investment highlights, Knight Frank Malaysia said the properties enjoy good accessibility and are well-connected via various main roads serving the city centre.

The company added that they are currently inviting offers for the two heritage properties, which can be purchased together or separately.

Image via Coliseum Café

The Coliseum Café never got to celebrate its 100th anniversary:

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