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Old December 6th, 2007, 08:59 AM   #1
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SETIA CITY & SETIA CITY MALL | Shah Alam (Setia City) | U/C

I FOUND THIS....SETIA CITY....ANY IDEA WHERE?


Mega venture: Setia City

Malaysia developer woos GCC investors


S P Setia Bhd, Malaysia’s most valuable real estate developer, showcased five major projects with a Gross Development Value (GDV) of $7.5 billion at last month’s Cityscape Dubai 2007.

S P Setia, voted the best property developer in Malaysia by Euromoney magazine for the last three years, sought business partnerships with companies in the GCC region. The company is eyeing agency agreements and identifying investment and joint-development opportunities in the Middle East and in Asia.
Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Liew Kee Sin, group managing director and chief executive officer of SP Setia, said: “S P Setia is the first Malaysian company to strategically tap the huge investment appetite for quality global real estate products in the GCC property market. It is our vision to introduce our exciting concepts to international markets, especially potential buyers and investors from the Middle East.”
S P Setia is spearheading two mega commercial ventures – Setia City and Setia EcoCity in the economic centres of Klang Valley and Iskandar Development Region (IDR) in central and southern Malaysia. Its ecologically-enhanced development, Setia Eco Park, which redefines urban living in a tropical luxury resort will also be showcased at Cityscape 2007.
In addition, S P Setia will unveil a new luxury condominium – Setia Sky Residences, and a super high-end bungalow project – Duta Grandé that is being developed in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Dato’ Voon Tin Yow, executive director of S P Setia, said: “We have an in-depth knowledge, industry expertise and a good track record in Malaysia and other emerging markets such as Vietnam. We are, therefore, better placed to ride on the regional potential.
“Cityscape Dubai is the region’s largest business-to-business property investment and development event. As a Malaysian property major, we used the event as a platform to contact regional businesses for new ventures in our country, as well as for partnerships in the GCC region.”
Malaysia’s undervalued property market offers strong investment potential due to its high quality developments such as those offered by S P Setia. Compared to Singapore or Hong Kong, which have undergone tremendous growth in their property sectors over the last few years, the Malaysian market is set to follow this trend boosted by a range of government incentives, according to estimates.
A new luxury condominium project in downtown Kuala Lumpur recently raised the bar by offering units priced at $529 per sq ft. This compares to Singapore where a similar development breached $2,400 per sq ft, demonstrating a significant upside potential in the Malaysian market.

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I GUESS DIS WILL BE IN SHAH ALAM THEN

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Old December 6th, 2007, 09:53 AM   #3
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i hope the project will finished before i graduated in uitm.duhh
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haha Rizal seems to be veryyy excited wit new stuff he found on web.... haha
Keep it up!

btw that news have been posted here last month... in the Just msg thread.


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So this will be the new downtown of shah alam ?
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Nice pRoject, big ambition.
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SP Setia beefs up commercial assets
By Sharen Kaur Published: 2008/07/03
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The developer is shifting its strategy by increasing its commercial property portfolio from three per cent now to 20-30 per cent in two to three years

SP SETIA Bhd, Malaysia's most valuable property developer, plans to build its first retail mall for RM750 million as part of plans to have more commercial assets.

Almost all of the group's income now comes from residential property but it wants to change that strategy.

"We are planning to increase our commercial content from three per cent now to some 20 to 30 per cent in two to three years. We want to move into commercial as the properties will give us higher value," group managing director Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin told reporters at a briefing in Shah Alam yesterday.

The four-level mall will be built within Setia City, the commercial hub of its flagship township, Setia Alam, in Shah Alam, Selangor. It will have almost as much space as the popular Mid Valley Megamall, with a gross floor area of 1.23 million sq ft.

SP Setia's unit, Bandar Setia Alam Sdn Bhd (BSA), will build it with Lend Lease Asian Retail Investment Fund 2 Ltd (ARIF) via an equally owned joint venture firm, Greenhill Resources Sdn Bhd.

ARIF is a real estate fund advised by Lend Lease Investment Management Pte Ltd, which is part of Lend Lease Corp Ltd, an Australian property group.

The mall is the fund's first retail project in Malaysia.

The mall, which may include a hypermarket, is expected to be opened by the end of 2011 as construction starts in the next six months.

At the signing of the joint venture agreement in Kuala Lumpur yesterday, Liew said Greenhill will buy 12.2ha from BSA for RM119.57 million.

There is also a hospital and university campus project in the pipeline at the 63.2ha Setia City, he said.

"We expect profits from the retail mall to flow through after 2011," he added.

Liew did not rule out building more commercial properties with ARIF, adding that it would sell more land to the Australian fund if it wants.

Meanwhile, Liew said SP Setia is on track to meet its RM1.5 billion sales target this year as it has been achieving monthly sales of up to RM120 million from its mature townships.

It has 16 ongoing projects worth RM30 billion.

The firm made a net profit of RM260 million for the 12 months to October 31 last year. Its revenue was RM1.15 billion.

Liew said SP Setia will continue to launch new projects despite weak market sentiments globally. It is also on track to launch its RM2.5 billion EcoLakes project in Vietnam by October.
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SP Setia, ARIF bina pusat beli belah terbesar

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Liew Kee Sin menunjukkan model kompleks membeli-belah bernilai RM750 juta yang dibangunkan oleh SP Setia dan ARIF di Setia Alam, Shah Alam.

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KUALA LUMPUR 2 Julai - SP Setia Bhd. Group (SP Setia) dan Lend Lease Asian Retail Investment Fund 2 Ltd. (ARIF) bakal melabur sebanyak RM750 juta untuk membangunkan sebuah pusat membeli-belah di Setia Alam, dekat Shah Alam, Selangor.

Pusat membeli berkeluasan 1.23 juta kaki persegi itu dipercayai antara yang terbesar di Malaysia apabila pembinaannya siap pada 2011.

Pengarah Urusan dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin berkata, SP Setia dan ARIF akan menubuhkan syarikat bersama, Greenhill Resources Sdn. Bhd. (Greenhill) yang akan membeli 12.16 hektar tanah untuk pembangunan kompleks membeli-belah itu daripada Bandar Setia Alam Sdn. Bhd. (BSA) pada harga RM119.57 juta.

''Projek ini amat sangat signifikan kepada SP Setia untuk melangkah menjadi peserta dalam industri pembinaan komersial selepas berjaya meletakkan kedudukan kukuh sebagai pemaju hartanah di negara ini.

''Tanah ini merupakan sebahagian daripada 63.2 hektar tanah di Precint 1 milik BSA di Setia Alam.,'' katanya.

Beliau menyatakan demikian pada sidang akhbar selepas majlis menandatangani perjanjian antara SP Setia dan ARIF di sini, hari ini.

BSA dan ARIF akan menguasai Greenhill dengan membabitkan nisbah pemilikan setara.

Menurut Kee Sin, ARIF adalah dana pembangunan hartanah borong oleh Lend Lease Investment Management Pte. Ltd. merupakan sebahagian Lend Lease Corp. Ltd. (Lend Lease), sebuah kumpulan pembangunan hartanah yang berpangkalan di Sydney, Australia.

Tambahnya, Greenhill telah melantik firma arkitek yang berpangkalan di Amerika Syarikat, The Jerde Partnership (Jerde) untuk mereka bentuk kompleks berkenaan supaya ia menjadi ikon seperti senibina lain di dunia.

Jelas beliau, projek yang akan dimulakan dalam tempoh enam bulan lagi bakal siap pada 2011 dan dijangka mampu memberi kemudahan membeli-belah dan rekreasi kepada 350,000 buah kediaman dalam lingkungan 30 kilometer dari kawasan berkenaan.

''Bagaimanapun dengan berkonsepkan 'kawasan untuk semua' kompleks ini dijangka turut mampu menarik penduduk Lembah Klang dan pelancong asing,'' ujar beliau.

Tambah beliau, syarikat itu juga menyediakan tanah rizab kepada kerajaan bagi pembinaan transit aliran ringan (LRT) pada masa depan.

Mengulas pembabitan syarikat itu dalam projek komersial, Kee Sin berkata, kumpulan tersebut berhasrat untuk mencapai 20 peratus bagi produk komersial dalam tempoh dua hingga tiga tahun lagi.

Setakat ini, projek komersial hanya menyumbang antara dua hingga tiga peratus kepada SP Setia.

Dalam pada itu, beliau yakin kumpulan itu mampu mencapai prestasi kewangan lebih baik pada suku keempat berikutan peningkatan jualan hartanahnya.

''Walaupun kenaikan harga minyak dan pasaran saham tidak menentu namun ia tidak menjejaskan jualan SP Setia,'' katanya.

Katanya, SP Setia mencatatkan jualan antara RM100 juta hingga RM120 juta setiap bulan.
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The 50:50 venture with Australia's Lend Lease Asian Retail Investment Fund 2will buy 30.5 acres for RM119.57 million to build the mall in Setia Alam, Shah Alam

PROPERTY developer SP Setia, via its subsidiary Bandar Setia Alam Sdn Bhd, today set up a company with an Australian-based wholesale real estate development fund to develop a RM750 million retail mall at its flagship township Setia Alam in Shah Alam.

The Lend Lease Asian Retail Investment Fund 2 Ltd is part of Lend Lease Corporation Ltd, a multinational property development group.

SP Setia’s group managing director Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said the 50:50 joint venture project is expected to contribute to the group by the end of 2011 after its completion.

The joint venture company called Greenhill Resources Sdn Bhd will acquire from Bandar Setia Alam 30.5 acres of freehold land in Precinct 1 for RM119.57 million, which is inclusive of the development cost, for the mall project.



With a gross floor area of about 1.23 million square feet, Greenhill has appointed American-based design architect, The Jerde Partnership, to create an iconic landmark.

Liew said the mall is targeted to be completed by 2011 and planned as a destination regional mall that not only served the Setia Alam and Setia Eco Park townships, but also to attract the larger Klang Valley population.

There are about 350,000 households within the 30-minute driving perimeter of the proposed mall, which is expected to start construction within the next six months, he said.

According to Liew, the mall will help the group achieve its 20 per cent target of building commercial products in the next two to three years from two per cent now.

He said the group has also reserved land around the mall area vicinity should the government decide to extend the light rail transit (LRT) system to that part of Selangor.

On SP Setia’s performance, Liew said the group is confident of posting a better result for its fourth quarter this year following improved sales.

The group, he said, has been registering sales of between RM100 million and RM120 million monthly.

“We are confident of achieving total sales of RM1.5 billion this year from RM1.2 billion last year,” he added.

On the group’s project in Vietnam, Liew said it is still on with the expected launch in October this year despite the economic downturn there.

“What is happening in Vietnam is similar to what we experienced in the 1997/98 financial crisis. Their interest rate is about 20 per cent while ours now is about six per cent,” he said.

According to him, the project will benefit SP Setia in the long run, especially when Vietnam posts a turnaround, adding that the group also expects to buy more land there. — Bernama

SP Setia in RM750m retail mall JV
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KUALA LUMPUR: SP Setia Bhd is building a RM750mil retail mall in its Setia Alam township in Shah Alam under a joint venture.

SP Setia said Tuesday the retail mall would have a gross floor area of about 1.23m million sq. ft.


“The retail mall targeted to be completed by 2011 is planned as a ‘destination’ shopping mall that not only serves the households within the Setia Alam and Setia Eco Park townships, but also attracts the wider population of Klang, Shah Alam, Subang Jaya and Petaling Jaya,” it said.

Under the corporate exercise, its unit Bandar Setia Alam Sdn would dispose of 30.5 acres of freehold land in its Setia Alam township to Greenhill Resources Sdn Bhd for RM119.57mil.

Bandar Setia Alam would then team up with Lend Lease Asian Retail Investment Fund 2 Ltd, to develop the retail mall on the site.

The latter is a wholesale real estate development fund managed by Lend Lease Investment Management Pte Ltd and based in Bermuda with an investment mandate in the Asia Pacific region.

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KUALA LUMPUR: SP Setia Bhd will build a RM750mil retail mall in Setia City, a commercial hub at flagship township Setia Alam in Shah Alam.

The developer, via subsidiary Bandar Setia Alam Sdn Bhd, yesterday entered into a 50:50 joint venture with Lend Lease Asian Retail Investment Fund 2 Ltd (ARIF) to develop the mall. ARIF is part of Lend Lease Corp Ltd, a multinational property development group.

The joint-venture company, called Greenhill Resources Sdn Bhd, will acquire 30.5 acres of freehold land in Precinct 1 from Bandar Setia Alam for RM119.57mil.

The proposed mall has a gross floor area of about 1.23 million sq ft. Greenhill has also appointed US-based design architect The Jerde Partnership to create an iconic landmark.

SP Setia group managing director Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said the project was expected to contribute to the group after its completion at end-2001.

“We expect to start building the mall within six months. We are currently waiting for approval from the Selangor government,” he said after the agreement signing yesterday.

To a question, Liew said the higher building material prices had already been factored in the gross development value of the mall.

“The mall will help us achieve our 20% target of building commercial products in the next two to three years from 2% currently,” Liew said, adding that the mall was expected to attract customers from the larger Klang Valley population as well as Setia Alam and Setia Eco Park townships.

He said there were about 350,000 households within 30-minute driving radius of the mall.

“We have also reserved land around the mall area should the Federal Government decide to extend the light rail transit system to that part of Selangor,” he said.

On its financial performance, Liew said the group was confident of achieving total sales of RM1.5bil for the current financial year ending Oct 31. He expected the group to post better fourth-quarter results following improved sales.

“We have been recording sales of RM100mil to RM120mil monthly,” Liew said, adding that the group registered RM50mil revenue over the weekend.

Commenting on SP Setia’s project in Vietnam, he said the group would continue with its launch plan despite the slowdown in the country’s economy. He said the launch would be held in October when its showhouses were ready.

“What is happening in Vietnam is similar to what we experienced in the 1997/98 financial crisis. Its interest rate is about 20% while ours now is about 6%.”

The project would benefit SP Setia in the long run, especially when Vietnam turned around, Liew said, adding that going forward, the group would be buying more land there.
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SP Setia proceeds with Vietnam township project
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KUALA LUMPUR: SP Setia Bhd is forging ahead with its township project in Vietnam despite the country’s economic woes, said its group managing director and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin.

Not only that, the property developer is actively seeking more opportunities in that country and is scouting around for more land in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).

Liew said the company expected to launch its township in the My Phuoc Industrial Park, HCMC some time in October. SP Setia is in the midst of undertaking the earthworks, show houses and show villages at the proposed township site.

The project will have a development cost of RM2.2 billion and is expected to be completed in 2015.

Despite the country’s high inflation rates and the depreciating currency, Liew was confident of the Vietnamese market and said that business would “continue as usual”.

“We’re planning to buy more land in Vietnam within the Ho Chi Minh province as we believe in the long term; it will do us very well due to the population,” Liew said, adding that the Vietnamese market was a cash economy unlike Malaysians who depended a lot more on credit cards.

He said SP Setia was confident of achieving its sales target of RM1.5 billion this year in Malaysia, up from RM1.2 billion last year.


SP Setia Bhd Group MD & CEO Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin pointing to the site of its proposed retail mall in its flagship township in Setia Alam, Shah Alam, watched by Lend Lease Investment Management Asia CEO and ARIF director Ooi Eng Peng (centre) and Selangor Exco member for investment, trade & industry Teresa Kok. SP Setia is also proceeding with its township project in Vietnam.


He was speaking to reporters here yesterday after SP Setia signed a 50:50 joint venture agreement with Australia’s Lend Lease Asian Retail Investment Fund 2 Ltd (ARIF) to develop a first-of-its-kind retail mall in its flagship township in Setia Alam, Shah Alam.

ARIF is a wholesale real estate development fund advised by Lend Lease Investment Management Pte Ltd, which is part of Lend Lease Corporation Ltd, a listed property development group based in Sydney with operations in the Americas, Europe and the Asia-Pacific.

Liew said SP Setia planned to offer more commercial products, which may contribute 20% of total sales by 2012, versus 2%-3% now, with the newly formed JV being part of its overall plan.

The SP Setia-ARIF JV company, Greenhill Resources Sdn Bhd, will acquire from SP Setia subsidiary Bandar Setia Alam Sdn Bhd a 30.5 acre freehold land as the site of the retail mall in the larger 158-acre Precinct 1 in Setia Alam for RM119.57 million.

With a gross floor area of about 1.23 million sq ft, the retail mall will have an estimated total development cost including land and financing of some RM750 million. It is expected to be completed in 2011.
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hope that SP Setia's dream at SA will come true...
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i belive dis is da proposed shopping mall..
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Higher fuel, material costs hurt SP Setia profits
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The property developer's fourth quarter net profit fell 24 per cent to RM76 million due to disruption of work in progress led by fuel and energy price increases

PROPERTY developer SP Setia Bhd (8664) reported weaker fourth quarter and full-year results for fiscal 2008 as higher costs of fuel and materials eroded profits.

It also missed its full-year sales target of RM1.5 billion, reporting a revenue of RM1.3 billion.

"We expect to maintain the group's performance next year by launching a product mix targeted at niche markets according to their need," group managing director and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said after announcing the results in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

SP Setia's fourth quarter net profit fell 24 per cent to RM76 million due to disruption of work in progress led by fuel and energy price increases.
Revenue for the quarter was RM420.8 million, a 33 per cent jump from RM317.2 million previously.

The group's sales were mainly derived from its property development activities in Setia Alam and Setia Eco Park in Shah Alam; Bukit Indah, Setia Indah, Setia Tropika and Setia Eco Gardens in Johor Baru; and Setia Pearls Island in Penang.

SP Setia has 16 ongoing projects with a combined gross development value of RM30 billion.

Its total undeveloped landbank stands at 1,959ha, inclusive of 223ha in Vietnam.

For the full year to October 31 2008, SP Setia posted net profit of RM213.5 million, 18 per cent lower than what it made in 2007.

Revenue was up 15 per cent to RM1.33 billion.

It has proposed a total dividend payout of 17 sen per share.

Since SP Setia has already launched all its major townships complete with infrastructure, school, hypermarket and other amenities, it will now develop dedica-ted products driven by consumer demand.

"We are also beginning to see construction prices trending down, beginning with the decrease in steel bar prices. We will continue to develop products that suit house buyers' changing lifestyle and affordability," said Liew.

With a net gearing of 0.19 time and some RM593 million cash in hand, SP Setia will continue to look for suitable land in the three states it has already carved its Setia brand.

Commenting on its first overseas venture in Vietnam, Liew said the company hopes to launch the township by the second quarter of next year.

SP Setia has clinched a deal to jointly build a 32ha mixed development in Ho Chi Minh City catering for expatriates and senior staff working in the Saigon Hi-Tech Park.
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where's the shopping mall and what hapnd 2 the uniq tower??
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where's the shopping mall and what hapnd 2 the uniq tower??
i believe the mall is the blue roof lowrise in the middle
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