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Old April 17th, 2008, 05:15 PM   #81
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don't dream lah we malaysian will have such great design/structure like this Nagoya's Mode Gakuen!

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Old April 18th, 2008, 02:39 AM   #82
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How about Menara Telekom? That's a pretty radical skyscraper in Asia if not the world!
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Old April 18th, 2008, 04:05 AM   #83
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How about Menara Telekom? That's a pretty radical skyscraper in Asia if not the world!
TM is a big company and they have money to bear such an expensive construction cost. but how about NAZA? i don't think they can afford such extreame structure, no monder it's just for marketing....

remember PGCC?...owned by Equine Capital...also a small company...
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Old April 18th, 2008, 04:34 AM   #84
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Old April 19th, 2008, 09:57 PM   #85
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Once bitten, twice shy.

Hehe...

sekali kena tipu dengan developer Paradigm PJ, sampai sekarang SSC malaysian forumers serik nak percaya any proposal of twisting tower...

by the way, doesn't TM Tower qualifies as twisting tower? Not so much like that Calatrava's creation in Malmo of course, but I think the building looks sort of twisted, especially when seen from certain angle, from the Lembah Pantai side.
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Old April 21st, 2008, 08:07 AM   #86
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SUMMARY

3 CONDO TOWERS : 30 sty, 42 sty, 42 sty
Total units : 123 units, 164 units, 164 units
Built-up : 2200sf - 13000sf
Price : RM2K persf - RM2500 persf

1 SERVICED APARTMENT : 30 sty with 452 units
Built-up : 450sf - 1500sf
Price : TBA

3 OFFICE TOWERS : 33 sty, 38 sty, 50 sty
Price : RM1200 persf - RM1500 persf

Expected completion : 2015
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Old May 2nd, 2008, 04:44 AM   #87
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Naza Group founder Nasimuddin dies


PETALING JAYA: Tan Sri S.M. Nasimuddin S.M. Amin, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of the Naza Group, passed away of lung cancer in California at 1.15am (Malaysian time). He was 54 years old.

The low-profile businessman founded the Naza Group in 1974, starting his automobile business with an allocation of Approved Permits (APs) to import foreign cars.

He made his first million in about a year.

The Group now has 14 business divisions covering industries such as cigarette distribution, credit and leasing, engineering, hotels, insurance, machine tools and parts, manufacturing, motorcycles, property, transport services, plantations and water craft.

Last month it ventured into the food business by launching the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Restaurant and Market, but still remains most known for its automotive business, holding the local franchise for South Korea's Kia and France's Peugeot, as well as import permits for Mercedes Benz and Mazda.

Nasimuddin was implicated in the AP controversy of 2005, when he was dubbed the "AP King."

He had been receiving treatment for cancer at a private hospital in Long Beach since January this year, Bernama reported, adding that his wife Puan Sri Zaleha Ismail and children were by his side when he passed away at about 9am Pacific time Thursday morning.

The Malaysian Islamic Society of North America will prepare his remains and hold a prayer at the Islamic Centre. His remains will be embalmed and sealed in a casket to be flown home.

The funeral is expected to be held in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.
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Old May 3rd, 2008, 01:59 AM   #88
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Old May 3rd, 2008, 04:09 AM   #89
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Nasimuddin leaves his mark in property sector
By S.C. CHEAH

PETALING JAYA: The late Naza group chairman and chief executive officer, Tan Sri S.M. Nasimuddin S.M. Amin, might have been a newcomer in the property development business but he left his mark with his iconic RM3.5bil Platinum Park in KL City Centre (KLCC) that was launched in January.

Nasimuddin had moved quite fast to strengthen the group’s property arm after his company, Ekspedisi Nikmat Sdn Bhd, bought over TTDI Development Sdn Bhd from Pengurusan Danaharta Nasional Bhd for RM262mil in 2004.

The country’s real estate industry must have watched with bated breath when the Platinum Park was launched with much fanfare. This unique, high-end integrated residential and commercial development is slated to be a tourism destination and another “icon” after the Petronas Twin Towers within the KLCC.


From left: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak,Tan Sri S.M. Nasimuddin S.M. Amin, Felda chairman Tan Sri Mohd Yusof Noor and Deputy Regional Development Minister Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop looking at the model of Platinum Park on Jan 22

The sale of the 50-storey Grade A office tower (the tallest of seven towers in Platinum Park) to Felda for RM640.7mil capped another achievement for Nasimuddin and his property team led by Datuk Johan Ariffin, group managing director of Naza TTDI.

On the eve of the ground breaking and launching ceremony of Platinum Park, where a media preview of the project was held at the site show gallery, Nasimuddin and his directors had waited patiently for members of the press, who were caught in a traffic jam, to arrive.

Although he was his usual quiet self, he smiled broadly when he met the journalists and one could see the flicker of pride in his eyes. Little did anyone know that this was one of his last public appearances.

Through the recent name change of TTDI Development to Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, he had set in motion the new brand image, reviving the former glory of TTDI and bringing it to another level.

Over the past few months, TTDI had launched several projects in its run-up to its proposed listing on Bursa Malaysia, expected to be one of the largest property initial public offerings for 2008.

Besides Platinum Park, it has four more new projects – TTDI Alam Impian, TTDI Kajang, the Valley in Ampang and Laman Seri Business Park in Shah Alam.

Nasimuddin’s demise has shocked the real estate fraternity.

Johan said: “His vision for Naza TTDI was to be the best property development company and his vision for Platinum Park was to become a world-class destination.

“He will be very much missed by our board and senior management staff. It is an honour and privilege to work with him and our only regret is that we had so little time with him,” he said.

Meanwhile, the managing director of a property development company described Nasimuddin as a “wonderful, kind hearted, hard-working and extremely humble man.”
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Old May 5th, 2008, 04:49 AM   #90
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Business as usual for Naza

By JAGDEV SINGH SIDHU and EUGENE MAHALINGAM

KUALA LUMPUR: The sudden death of Naza group of companies chairman and chief executive officer Tan Sri S.M. Nasimuddin S.M. Amin will not affect the running of the company’s business, his brother and Naza president Datuk S.M. Shalahuddin S.M. Amin says.

“Nothing changes. It will be business as usual,” Shalahuddin told a press conference yesterday.


Datuk S.M. Shalahuddin Amin
Nasimuddin passed away yesterday in Los Angeles after succumbing to cancer.

Shalahuddin said there were no immediate plans on who would take over the operations from the late Nasimuddin.

“It is still too soon to decide. We are still mourning his loss and will make a decision after the grieving period.”

He said since Naza was not listed, there were no stringent rules on deciding the company’s immediate successor.

“We are a family-run business and will decide who will take over. We will make the announcement when the time is right.”

On the allocation status of Naza’s approved permits (APs), Shalahuddin said: “So far, nothing has been issued.”

He added that Naza’s property arm, TTDI Development Sdn Bhd, was still scheduled for listing on Bursa Malaysia.

On his late brother, Shalahuddin said Nasimuddin was “very easy to work with” and that he understood the business well.

“My brother was a good strategist. He will best be remembered as a true motoring enthusiast,” Shalahuddin said.

The rise of the business empire built by Nasimuddin would not have been possible had he chosen the easy and well-worn path of enjoying the riches merely from the AP business.

His drive to build a business together with his business acumen and hard work enabled Nasimuddin to build what is a successful business empire today.

“He was a true and fine example of the bumiputra entrepreneur that Malaysia aims to create,” CIMB Group chief executive Datuk Nazir Razak said.

“He was given an opportunity and he used it to build a strong, thriving business that today stands tall in its own right, without leaning on favour or support. His demise is a great loss to the country’s business community.”

The feeling of loss of an icon in the Malaysian business circle was certainly evident by the outpouring of grief and praise for Nasimuddin.

Despite his wealth, the billionaire was also described as a simple person.

Nasimuddin, a smoker, never carried expensive lighters, preferring to use disposable types as fancy lighters would usually set off metal detectors at airport security checks in the numerous business trip he made.

Those who have had business dealings with him speak of the man’s penchant for being hands-on in running his ship.

“He was very detailed and hands-on,” said a business acquaintance.

“He created a brand, brought the transfer of technology from Kia and Peugeot and expanded his business globally.”

Nasimuddin may be remembered more for being the AP king but his ambition and drive led him to create a much bigger automotive group.

Although his roots were that of an ordinary car trader, he had over time managed to bag key franchises and marques such as Kia, Peugeot and Ferrari.

Naza also imports CBU continental and Japanese models into Malaysia.

Nasimuddin did not rely just on the successful model of importing and selling CBU cars. He spent hundreds of millions on the plant in Gurun to build Naza and Kia cars.

His diversification moves also saw him invest in hotels abroad and a burgeoning property business in TTDI Development.

Just before his passing, the Naza group expanded into the restaurant business with the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co chain of restaurants and is in talks to take over the Tata franchise in Malaysia.

With his passing, the biggest question is what will happen to the Naza business empire?

The company is still expected to continue getting APs and it will be as Shalahuddin said – business as usual.

Associates, however, said it would be a tall order for any of his kin or siblings to emulate rNasimuddin.

“The family is close and they will have to protect the group from being broken up,” said an observer.
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Old May 27th, 2008, 05:58 AM   #91
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Old June 16th, 2008, 07:26 AM   #94
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good news, the boring job already started!!!
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Old June 18th, 2008, 05:36 AM   #97
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Emm another GEO Pancar project!I think they finally took over the bunglow next to the singaporean high com.
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So now Menara Felda, NAZA tower >> 50 storeys!?
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Old July 19th, 2008, 03:20 PM   #100
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