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Old July 29th, 2011, 10:22 AM   #81
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Trefoil 'SoFo' units over 60% sold
By Rosalynn Poh of theedgeproperty.com
Friday, 29 July 2011 14:33



PETALING JAYA: S P Setia Bhd launched its Trefoil SoFo (small office flexible office) project in its Setia Alam township in Shah Alam last Saturday, July 23.

About 1,000 interested buyers were at the launch which saw over 60% of the 1,020 units that were open for sale, sold via balloting.

Trefoil SoFo comprises three towers housing a total of 1,500 office units. The developer launched Blocks A (35-storey) and B (36-storey) over the weekend and hopes to launch Block C (35-storey) tentatively by 4Q11.

The units have built-ups ranging from 485 to 790 sq ft and tagged from RM245,000 to RM450,000. The RM450 million development is located within Setia City, the commercial precinct of Setia Alam just five minutes' walk on ground or via a covered elevated walkway from Setia Mall.

Bandar Setia Alam Sdn Bhd divisional general manager Tan Hon Lim told The Edge Financial Daily that the SoFo units are without internal partitions and therefore allow the owners or occupants the flexibility to customise or to fit-out the units to their requirements.

"Owners can opt to buy two units side-by-side and erect an internal connection. One of the unique selling points is that it offers buyers greater flexibility to create a property of their choice — be it for residential or office use," he added.

Bandar Setia Alam is a subsdiary of S P Setia and developer of the 4,000-acre Setia Alam township.

Among facilities available are a 50m lap pool, pebble stream, jacuzzi, wading pool, fitness station, multipurpose hall, reflexology garden, yoga deck, sundeck, jogging track and grand lawn. The developer is also offering a 20:80 developer interest-bearing scheme.

Tan explained that Trefoil is the name given to the clover shape of the project as seen from the top. Tre is Italian for three.

"We chose this name as it reflects the aerial pattern that the project's three tower blocks make. It also has a contemporary feel to it in line with the concept of small office home office (SoHo)/SoFo."

Tan said most buyers over the launch weekend were investors. "Most of them are repeat buyers from Setia Alam and Setia Eco Park. There was also a large number of buyers who purchased units for their own use," he said.

Launched last October, the RM5 billion Setia City integrated green commercial hub will include 40 corporate towers and serviced apartments spanning 240 acres. The developer is constructing its own corporate building at Setia City comprising a nine-storey block with a four-storey annexed building, which is connected to the mall via a bridge.

Meanwhile, about 80% of its much-anticipated Setia Mall's net lettable area has been leased and the mall is slated to officially open next year.

The four-storey mall's anchor tenants include Parkson, Golden Screen Cinemas, Urbanfresh supermarket, Harvey Norman, Fitness First, Courts and Wangsa Bowl.

Tan said the next launch at Setia City will be in 2Q12.

"It will comprise serviced apartments with built-ups from 750 sq ft. There will be no other SoFo developments here in the immediate future," he added.
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Old August 10th, 2011, 05:30 AM   #83
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lucky those setia alam folks. From outside this mall looks quite big.
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Old October 12th, 2011, 04:19 AM   #87
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probably the tallest tower in Shah Alam...
The Trefoil, SoFo (small office flexible office)
1,023 office units
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Block A(35storey)
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Old October 27th, 2011, 07:47 AM   #89
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Setia City Mall secures another 50,000 sq ft
By E Jacqui Chan of theedgeproperty.com
Thursday, 27 October 2011 11:30

SHAH ALAM: Setia City Mall has secured over 50,000 sq ft of international fashion brands, bringing its take-up rate to over 95% of its net lettable area of 740,000 sq ft.

Some of the brands include Zara, MHG, Guess, Esprit, La Senza, G2000, Rip Curl, Aldo, Timberland, Cache Cache and Cotton On.

Setia City Mall, a joint venture between S P Setia Bhd and the Asian Retail Investment Fund (ARIF), is located in S P Setia's 4,000-acre Setia Alam township. ARIF is a fund managed by the international investment arm of international property developer, Lend Lease.

"As we edge closer to opening, we're very pleased at the confidence shown by the international fashion community. Offering these brands to our future customers will allow us to deliver on our promise to provide the Klang Valley with an exceptional shopping destination," said Robert Spinks, development director of Setia City Mall in a press release on Thursday, Oct 27.

With the new leases, the mall is on target to be 100% occupied for its opening in mid 2012. Other tenants include Nicchi, F.O.S and Padini, Parkson department store, a nine-screen Golden Screen Cinemas, Fitness First, Courts, Harvey Norman, Wangsa Bowl and the maiden Urbanfresh supermarket.

According to a spokesman, RSH Malaysia — the owner of the Zara franchise in Malaysia — the expansion into Setia City Mall will help progress its regional growth strategy. The new outlet will be the brand's seventh in Malaysia.

"Setia City Mall boasts an attractive design, excellent customer potential and a clear vision to deliver an exceptional retail asset. We are very pleased to be involved," said the spokesman.

The Zara store will be located on the upper ground floor and will house over 16,000 square feet of the latest men's and woman's fashion trends.
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Old October 27th, 2011, 07:57 AM   #90
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Setia City Mall secures another 50,000 sq ft
By E Jacqui Chan of theedgeproperty.com
Thursday, 27 October 2011 11:30

SHAH ALAM: Setia City Mall has secured over 50,000 sq ft of international fashion brands, bringing its take-up rate to over 95% of its net lettable area of 740,000 sq ft.

Some of the brands include Zara, MHG, Guess, Esprit, La Senza, G2000, Rip Curl, Aldo, Timberland, Cache Cache and Cotton On.

Setia City Mall, a joint venture between S P Setia Bhd and the Asian Retail Investment Fund (ARIF), is located in S P Setia's 4,000-acre Setia Alam township. ARIF is a fund managed by the international investment arm of international property developer, Lend Lease.

"As we edge closer to opening, we're very pleased at the confidence shown by the international fashion community. Offering these brands to our future customers will allow us to deliver on our promise to provide the Klang Valley with an exceptional shopping destination," said Robert Spinks, development director of Setia City Mall in a press release on Thursday, Oct 27.

With the new leases, the mall is on target to be 100% occupied for its opening in mid 2012. Other tenants include Nicchi, F.O.S and Padini, Parkson department store, a nine-screen Golden Screen Cinemas, Fitness First, Courts, Harvey Norman, Wangsa Bowl and the maiden Urbanfresh supermarket.

According to a spokesman, RSH Malaysia — the owner of the Zara franchise in Malaysia — the expansion into Setia City Mall will help progress its regional growth strategy. The new outlet will be the brand's seventh in Malaysia.

"Setia City Mall boasts an attractive design, excellent customer potential and a clear vision to deliver an exceptional retail asset. We are very pleased to be involved," said the spokesman.

The Zara store will be located on the upper ground floor and will house over 16,000 square feet of the latest men's and woman's fashion trends.
same boring brands as like other malls in Msia..
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Old October 27th, 2011, 08:36 AM   #91
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same boring brands as like other malls in Msia..
haha if not, what you expect?

LV, Gucci, Prada, Hermes, Cartier, Ferragamo, Bally, and new ones like Anne Fontaine, Henry Cotton’s, Stefano Ricci, etc here ker ???

Bro Setia Alam wei....
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haha if not, what you expect?

LV, Gucci, Prada, Hermes, Cartier, Ferragamo, Bally, and new ones like Anne Fontaine, Henry Cotton’s, Stefano Ricci, etc here ker ???

Bro Setia Alam wei....

Of course not high end brands..things like Uniqlo, H&M, and other International mid end brands..
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Setia City Mall secures more fashion outlets
Written by E Jacqui Chan Friday, 28 October 2011 10:13
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An artist's impression of Setia City Mall and its surroundings.
SHAH ALAM: Setia City Mall has secured over 50,000 sq ft of international fashion brands, bringing its tenancy take-up rate to over 95% of its net lettable area of 740,000 sq ft. The brands include Zara, MNG, Guess, Esprit, La Senza, G2000, Rip Curl, Aldo, Timberland, Cache Cache and Cotton On.

Setia City Mall, a joint venture between S P Setia Bhd and the Asian Retail Investment Fund (ARIF), is located in S P Setia’s 4,000-acre Setia Alam township. ARIF is a fund managed by the international investment arm of international property developer, Lend Lease.

“As we edge closer to opening, we’re very pleased at the confidence shown by the international fashion community. Offering these brands to our future customers will allow us to deliver on our promise to provide the Klang Valley with an exceptional shopping destination,” said Robert Spinks, development director of Setia City Mall in a statement yesterday.

With the new leases, the mall is on target to be 100% occupied for its opening in mid-2012. Other tenants include FOS and Padini, Parkson department store, a nine-screen Golden Screen Cinemas, Fitness First, Courts, Harvey Norman, Wangsa Bowl and Urbanfresh supermarket.

According to a spokesperson of RSH Malaysia, the owner of the Zara franchise in Malaysia, the expansion into Setia City Mall will help progress its regional growth strategy. The new outlet will be the brand’s seventh in Malaysia.

“Setia City Mall boasts an attractive design, excellent customer potential and a clear vision to deliver an exceptional retail asset. We are very pleased to be involved,” said the spokeperson.

The Zara store will be located on the upper ground floor and houses over 16,000 sq ft of the latest men’s and women’s fashion.
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same boring brands as like other malls in Msia..
zara in shah alam pun dha okay dha.....
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Of course not high end brands..things like Uniqlo, H&M, and other International mid end brands..
sorry to interrupt.. but mid end outside will become quite a high end product in Malaysia.. seriously H&M at Setia Alam?? What the.... Myb uniqlo is ok.. but H&M I don't think so..
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