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Old October 29th, 2007, 04:38 PM   #41
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thx greg!! now we know what is actually happening there...
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Old October 30th, 2007, 07:28 AM   #42
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I seriously do not think buses should come to towncentre anymore. Buses create lots of congestion.

Our govt used to have this brilliant idea of segregating our buses into 3 terminals:

1) Bandar Tasik Selatan for south-bound buses

2) Somewhere near Subang Airport for north-bound buses

3) Terminal Putra at Gombak for East-bound buses


These 3 terminals are next and near to highways and are at the fringes of the city thus minimising traffic congestion. These 3 locations are also served by various modes of transportation such as the LRT (there are plans then to extend the Kelana Jaya Line to SAAS Airport). So yea....perfect!

But dunno what had happened
full agreement...take the express buses out...put them along the LRT lines in the outskirts of the city...and while we are at it, add more bus terminals at the different "megamalls" too...like Sunway and 1 Utama...more than enough spaces for a few Airport buses or KL Singapore buses....

Puduraya and/or Plaza Rakyat should be renovated and used for city buses and short distance buses (e.g. KL-Klang, KL-Seremban) mostly...

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Old October 31st, 2007, 03:17 AM   #43
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At Subang SoHo, your office is so comfortable you may want to call it home. Well, now you can do just that. With flexible, double-volume layouts from 550 sq ft upwards, part of your workspace can be converted into your living space.
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Old October 31st, 2007, 04:30 AM   #44
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Thank you so much greg !I had no idea what was going on behind ampang park!Here we go again another apt!The NCKL project seem interesting the only drawback would be the frontage with less than 100 meters of it on jalan P Ramlee for such a huge lot!
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Old October 31st, 2007, 01:25 PM   #45
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http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v3/ne....php?id=293045
October 30, 2007 11:56 AM

'Persada Putra', A New Landmark For Bumi Traders In Kuala Lumpur



NEW LANDMARK… An artist impression of the 30-storey Persada Putra to be built on the site of old Mara building at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. Pix: Melati Mohd Ariff

By Melati Mohd Ariff

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 30 (Bernama) -- Bumiputera traders are frequently associated with stalls, night markets and five-foot way as well as old and small-sized shops.

Most of the times, Bumiputera traders merely operate small-scale business and the majority of them are in the small and medium scale enterprises (SME) category.

The fact is, the Bumiputera businessmen are having it difficult to stamp out their mark in cities like Kuala Lumpur due to the constraints on their financial capability.

However this scenario is expected to change for the better with the construction of 'Persada Putra', a business complex owned by Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara).

The 30-storey building will be constructed at the site of the old Mara building at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman here.

Entrepreneur and Cooperatives Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin is expected to perform the project's ground-breaking ceremony this October 30.

OPPORTUNITY

Mara Director-General Datuk Nam Marthinin said the RM277 million Persada Putra is expected to be the city's new landmark upon its due date for completion in 2011.

He said the Persada Putra would provide space and opportunity for Bumiputera businessmen to conduct national and international level trade.

The complex would also serve as a networking centre for Bumiputera entrepreneurs.

"Persada Putra will emerge as the symbol of success and catalyst to create the Bumiputera industrialand Business Council (MPPB)," Nam told Bernama at his office in Mara headquarters here recently.

On competition by the other commercial complexes, Nam expresses his confidence that the building would be able to stand on its own as it would be equipped with the latest and state-of-the-art facilities.

He said Persada Putra would have the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities for national and international-class commercial activities.

Among these facilities are the commercial lots, 90-room budget hotels, conference and exhibition halls. The building would also have parking lots for 252 cars and 307 facilities.

MARA'S STRATEGY

Nam said the construction of Persada Putra is Mara's move to locate Bumiputera traders at a prestigious and strategic location.

Apart from providing suitable-sized commercial lots, the complex would also house Bumiputera entrepreneurs under one roof, making it a one-stop centre.

Persada Putra would have more than 200 Bumiputera traders offering various business and services.

However priority would be given to those who conduct franchise operations and traders who have made a mark in their respective business.

The construction of the Persada Putra would see the first seven floors of the complex connected to Medan Mara, Kompleks Pertama, SOGO shopping centre and City LRT station via a RM18 million 'retail bridge'.

The 'Retail Bridge' is a pedestrian overhead bridge which connects the Starline LRT Station of the City,SOGO, Pertama Complex, Medan Mara and Persada Putra.

Air-conditioned business lots would be created along this 'Retail Bridge'.

SELECTED BUSINESS OPERATIONS

The first floor of Persada Putra would have operations based on the 'Halmart' concept that offers halal food products. This floor would also have the state-of-the art information communications technology and a mini laboratory for research and development (R&D) work.

One floor up would have business dealings in Malay and Islamic fashion wear while a food court of the Truly Malaysian Kitchen concept which offers various traditional and popular cuisine and delicacies from nationwide will be located on the third floor.

As for the fourth floor, Mara plans to locate the space for Bumiputera entrepreneurs involved in the herbal, pharmaceutical and bio-technology industry.

Spas and beauty-care premises will be located on the fifth floor, complete with gymnasium and medic-tourism facilities.

As for the sixth and seventh floor, the levels would have a convention and exhibition centre to be known as the 'International Retail Convention Centre' (IRCC).

The eighth to 24th floor would have corporate and conglomerate offices while the hotel and recreational facilities are planned on the 25th to 30th floors.

-- BERNAMA

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Old October 31st, 2007, 01:38 PM   #46
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cool.. but i can't see the rendering.
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Old October 31st, 2007, 02:35 PM   #47
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cool.. but i can't see the rendering.
I put the photo to other host. I think u can see it now.
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Entry on Developers homepage http://www.imcgroup.info/en-SG/about/milestones.asp
Commencement of construction for the high-end condominium project next to KLCC which comprises twin 48-storey towers. When completed, it will be one of the most exclusive condominiums in KLCC Precinct
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Old November 2nd, 2007, 03:27 PM   #49
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Commencement of construction for the high-end condominium project next to KLCC which comprises twin 48-storey towers. When completed, it will be one of the most exclusive condominiums in KLCC Precinct
ANy rendering?
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Old November 3rd, 2007, 02:08 AM   #50
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48 storeys? Time to kick The Binjai's butt!
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Old November 3rd, 2007, 10:14 AM   #51
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October 30, 2007 11:56 AM

'Persada Putra', A New Landmark For Bumi Traders In Kuala Lumpur




NEW LANDMARK… An artist impression of the 30-storey Persada Putra to be
built on the site of old Mara building at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. Pix:
Melati Mohd Ariff

By Melati Mohd Ariff

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 30 (Bernama) -- Bumiputera traders are frequently associated with stalls, night markets and five-foot way as well as old and small-sized shops.

Most of the times, Bumiputera traders merely operate small-scale business and the majority of them are in the small and medium scale enterprises (SME) category.

The fact is, the Bumiputera businessmen are having it difficult to stamp out their mark in cities like Kuala Lumpur due to the constraints on their financial capability.

However this scenario is expected to change for the better with the construction of 'Persada Putra', a business complex owned by Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara).

The 30-storey building will be constructed at the site of the old Mara building at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman here.

Entrepreneur and Cooperatives Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin is expected to perform the project's ground-breaking ceremony this October 30.

OPPORTUNITY

Mara Director-General Datuk Nam Marthinin said the RM277 million Persada Putra is expected to be the city's new landmark upon its due date for completion in 2011.

He said the Persada Putra would provide space and opportunity for Bumiputera businessmen to conduct national and international level trade.

The complex would also serve as a networking centre for Bumiputera entrepreneurs.

"Persada Putra will emerge as the symbol of success and catalyst to create the Bumiputera industrialand Business Council (MPPB)," Nam told Bernama at his office in Mara headquarters here recently.

On competition by the other commercial complexes, Nam expresses his confidence that the building would be able to stand on its own as it would be equipped with the latest and state-of-the-art facilities.

He said Persada Putra would have the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities for national and international-class commercial activities.

Among these facilities are the commercial lots, 90-room budget hotels, conference and exhibition halls. The building would also have parking lots for 252 cars and 307 facilities.

MARA'S STRATEGY

Nam said the construction of Persada Putra is Mara's move to locate Bumiputera traders at a prestigious and strategic location.

Apart from providing suitable-sized commercial lots, the complex would also house Bumiputera entrepreneurs under one roof, making it a one-stop centre.

Persada Putra would have more than 200 Bumiputera traders offering various business and services.

However priority would be given to those who conduct franchise operations and traders who have made a mark in their respective business.

The construction of the Persada Putra would see the first seven floors of the complex connected to Medan Mara, Kompleks Pertama, SOGO shopping centre and City LRT station via a RM18 million 'retail bridge'.

The 'Retail Bridge' is a pedestrian overhead bridge which connects the Starline LRT Station of the City,SOGO, Pertama Complex, Medan Mara and Persada Putra.


Air-conditioned business lots would be created along this 'Retail Bridge'.

SELECTED BUSINESS OPERATIONS

The first floor of Persada Putra would have operations based on the 'Halmart' concept that offers halal food products. This floor would also have the state-of-the art information communications technology and a mini laboratory for research and development (R&D) work.

One floor up would have business dealings in Malay and Islamic fashion wear while a food court of the Truly Malaysian Kitchen concept which offers various traditional and popular cuisine and delicacies from nationwide will be located on the third floor.

As for the fourth floor, Mara plans to locate the space for Bumiputera entrepreneurs involved in the herbal, pharmaceutical and bio-technology industry.

Spas and beauty-care premises will be located on the fifth floor, complete with gymnasium and medic-tourism facilities.

As for the sixth and seventh floor, the levels would have a convention and exhibition centre to be known as the 'International Retail Convention Centre' (IRCC).

The eighth to 24th floor would have corporate and conglomerate offices while the hotel and recreational facilities are planned on the 25th to 30th floors.

-- BERNAMA
Is that right location ?

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Old November 3rd, 2007, 11:49 AM   #54
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Hey hi everyone, newbie here

Been enjoying all your postings and great pics.

Here's my first post - YTL's latest development at Sentul East, no details on their website other than this rendering.

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wow...another curvy tower...
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this definitely gonna change sentul's skyline and streetscape...

good..good...
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