August 20th, 2007, 05:51 AM
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August 20th, 2007, 05:51 AM
August 20th, 2007, 08:29 PM
Ok... at least a small something for a change.... Permai "C"entral...
August 21st, 2007, 08:22 AM
Saturday July 7, 2007
Upcoming landmark: Chan (left) viewing the model of the Permai Central
Transport Hub as he is briefed by Equine Capital Berhad executive chairman
Datuk Patrick Lim in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
August 21st, 2007, 09:36 AM
the tower looks fat laaa......
January 7th, 2008, 06:09 AM
Equine Capital plans RM800mil projects
Datuk Patrick Lim Soo Kit
By THE STAR
Developer is confident of selling about RM500mil of the RM800mil worth of properties within this financial year
EQUINE Capital Bhd (ECB) is launching RM800mil worth of properties in Kuala Lumpur and Penang for its current financial year ending March 2008.
Group executive chairman Datuk Patrick Lim Soo Kit said the company would be launching seven different products and was confident of selling about RM500mil of the RM800mil worth of properties within this financial year.
The projects are located mostly in its two major developments in Seri Kembangan, Kuala Lumpur (Equine Park, Putra Permai, Permai Park and Pusat Bandar Putra Permai with a total of 900 acres); and the 450-acre Bandar Cassia in Batu Kawan, Penang.
The seven product lines are bungalows, condominiums, apartments, town villas, link houses, semi-detached houses and commercial units.
The RM800mil in gross development value (GDV) does not include another major development it has at the 260-acre site of the Penang Turf Club, which the company has 25% interest. It is expected to undertake a high-end development on this prime land in Georgetown.
Of the RM800mil, about RM523mil in GDV will come from its three main projects in Seri Kembangan, Cheras and Penang (Bandar Cassia).
The coming launches in Seri Kembangan include the Meadow bungalows, Equine Business Park, Rise bungalows, The Crest Hillvillas and the first condominium in Equine Park called Blooming Hill @ Equine Park.
The RM108mil Blooming Hill, to be launched this September, will have three; 16-storey blocks with 395 units of 995 to 1,500 sq ft.
It will boast of a “sky garden” concept where the lift area for every third floor will be landscaped. “Residents can rest in this common area,” Lim told StarBiz after launching the Permai Central Transport Hub on July 6.
The 6.3-acre condominium, to be built on top a hill, will also have electronic lockers near the lifts at the basement car park. Residents can place their shopping bags and other things inside these lockers while they park their cars.
Lim said residents, especially women, often had to carry heavy groceries from their cars to the lifts.
“Instead of leaving their things unguarded at the lifts or lugging them all the way from their car, they can place them in the lockers and retrieve their belongings after parking their cars,” he said, adding that residents would also get to enjoy a 16-acre private park nearby.
There will also be eight maisonette units priced from RM500,000 each by the poolside.
Lim is also pleased that seven of the 12 Meadows bungalows have been sold even before the official launch, slated for September. They have built-up areas of about 4,000 sq ft on about 8,000 sq ft plots. Prices are from RM850,000 to RM900,000. “We have many residents who want to upgrade from a link house to a bungalow,” he said.
On the RM80mil Permai Central Transport Hub in Pusat Bandar Putra Permai, he said 35% of the 108 shop offices worth RM15mil had been sold a month prior to the official launch.
It comprises a five-storey commercial block, four blocks of two and three-storey shop offices and a seven-storey office tower that would be sold en bloc. “We are talking to several colleges that have shown interest in buying the tower,” Lim added.
There will be two basement car parks and about 500 car-parking bays.
The selling price of a two-storey block is from RM638,000, a three-storey block from RM888,000 (corner block is RM1.47mil) and a five-storey block from RM1.7mil.
Lim said the transport hub could accommodate eight buses at a time with about 1,000 passengers per day. Metrobus and Rapid KL, which are currently providing services to the township, will operate from this hub.
SkyBus is also committed to offer its stage bus service from the hub to the LCCT (low-cost carrier terminal) in Sepang when the hub is completed in 2010.
“In the early days we concentrated on populating our township. Now that we have substantial population, we are focusing on providing as many services and amenities as possible. Besides the transport hub and other amenities, we also took it upon ourselves to build the traffic system on the main road,” he added.
“We have many types of products that have consistently given high returns (on investment) and enjoy 25% to 30% appreciation on all landed properties upon handing over,” Lim said.
“We see ourselves as a new age developer that is committed to building a sustainable community and not merely selling homes. We hold the hands of our customers and take care of them all the way,” he added.
January 7th, 2008, 06:12 AM
Transport hub for Seri Kembangan
RESIDENTS of Bandar Putra Permai in Seri Kembangan will have better access to public transport with the launch of the Permai Central Transport Hub (PCTH).
Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy launched the hub, which is located at Pusat Bandar Putra Permai and developed by Equine Capital Berhad, on Friday.
PCTH, which comprises a five-storey commercial block, four blocks of shop offices and a seven-storey office tower, is an integrated commercial development combining business, leisure and public transport.
Chan said the hub, which would be completed in 2010, would improve the efficiency of public transport catering to the needs of residents.
“It will also greatly benefit the surrounding academic institutions, namely Universiti Putra Malaysia, Multimedia University and Lim Kok Wing University,” he said.
The hub would act as a focal point for bus and taxi operators serving the area, he said, adding that he hoped it would be an excellent example for other townships to emulate.
Equine Capital Berhad executive chairman Datuk Patrick Lim said the hub would cater to the convenience of about 45,000 households and an immediate population of 200,000 people.
“It will provide services to people living in housing estates such as Pusat Bandar Putra Permai, Equine Park and its surrounding areas, and the bus companies will extend ir services accordingly,” he said.
RapidKL and SkyBus have committed to the transport hub and provisions are being made to ensure that PCTH complies with the disabled-friendly guidelines to cater for a wider range of users in society.
Lim said it would provide a high level of pedestrian traffic and cater for more than 1,000 passengers a day as well as encourage various commercial activities.
The hub enjoys superb accessibility with direct frontage onto Pusat Bandar Putra Permai as well as an extensive network into major expressways, including LDP, the North-South Expressway, ELITE highway, SILK highway and the dedicated KL-Putrajaya Highway, which will be completed in 2008.
The PCTH will have approximately 31,586 sq. m (340,000 sq ft) of commercial space, complete with facilities such as lifts, public toilets, and waiting areas for taxis, buses and passengers.
January 7th, 2008, 06:16 AM
New LRT lines approved
Saturday July 7, 2007
KUALA LUMPUR: The Transport Ministry has approved the proposed alignment for the new light rail transit (LRT) line in the Klang Valley, its minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy said.
He said the ministry has also approved the alignments for the extensions to existing LRT lines which were proposed by Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd (SPNB).
The proposal would be submitted to the Cabinet committee on public transport.
Chan was speaking to reporters yesterday after the launch of the Permai Central Transport Hub at Pusat Bandar Putra Permai near Seri Kembangan which is located south of here.
The Government had proposed the construction of a new LRT line between Kota Damansara and Cheras.
It had also proposed extensions to the existing Kelana Jaya (formerly Putra-LRT) Line from Kelana Jaya to USJ and the Ampang (formerly Star-LRT) Line from Sri Petaling to Bukit Jalil and Puchong.
The lines would be constructed and owned by SPNB, which is 100% owned by the Finance Ministry.
On when construction would begin, Chan said it would depend on the Cabinet committee headed by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
On the Ipoh-Padang Besar double tracking and electrification project, Chan said the Government was currently working out the cost of recently revived project.
He said this was being determined by his ministry, Finance Ministry and the Economic Planning Unit in the Prime Minister’s Department.
Chan said the ministry was also working out the cost of expanding Ipoh’s Sultan Azlan Shah Airport.
Last week, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi made the announcement that the airport would be improved and expanded for more traffic.
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February 17th, 2008, 07:24 PM
Not bad larr.
April 29th, 2008, 10:12 AM
October 11th, 2009, 04:14 AM
Permai Central Transport Hub at Pusat Bandar Putra Permai near Seri Kembangan
October 12th, 2009, 04:13 AM
malaysia is modern...
kl suburban very nice as well..
:lol:..puji negara sendiri..
October 13th, 2009, 07:39 AM
any latest news of theis project??
February 2nd, 2010, 03:06 AM
This project disapproved by ministry
January 24th, 2012, 10:24 PM
Utusan Malaysia 25 Januari 2012 - Forum
Bandar Putra Permai sesak teruk
HIDAYAT Seri Kembangan
SAYA merupakan seorang penduduk yang menetap di kawasan Bandar Putra Permai, Sri Kembangan.
Setiap hari sekurang-kurangnya dua kali saya dan penduduk di kawasan berkenaan akan menggunakan Jalan Putra Permai (B16) untuk ke pejabat sama ada di Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Puchong malahan Kuala Lumpur. Jalan Putra Permai (B16) merupakan satu-satunya jalan keluar daripada kawasan yang semakin membangun ini.
Bandar Putra Permai yang dahulunya tidak ramai penghuni dan tiada kesesakan jalan raya. Namun, kemajuan pesat sejak lima tahun kebelakangan ini telah menyebabkan kesesakan yang teruk pada waktu puncak iaitu pagi dan petang.
Malah, lebih terseksa apabila kesesakan juga berlaku pada hari Sabtu dan Ahad. Kesesakan yang teruk pada waktu pagi menyebabkan polis trafik terpaksa bertugas seawal pukul 7 pagi.
Penduduk juga terpaksa keluar awal dari pukul 6.30 pagi untuk ke pejabat walaupun pejabat mereka hanya terletak di Putrajaya yang jaraknya tidak melebihi 15 kilometer bagi mengelakkan kesesakan.
Pada waktu petang juga, penduduk yang ingin masuk ke kawasan Bandar Putra Permai tidak mempunyai pilihan kecuali untuk menempuh kesesakan seawal pukul 6 petang bermula daripada simpang masuk sehingga ke simpang 4 berdekatan dengan Pasar raya Giant. Jika tidak mahu menempuh kesesakan dari arah Cyberjaya/Putrajaya untuk masuk ke Bandar Putra Permai, penduduk akan menggunakan tol LDP dengan kos RM3.20 (dua hala).
Oleh itu, saya merayu pihak yang bertanggungjawab sama ada di peringkat MPSJ, kerajaan negeri dan kerajaan Persekutuan untuk mengambil perhatian akan masalah yang dihadapi ini.