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Old January 31st, 2012, 07:47 AM   #61
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Avenue D Vogue, Sec 13 - CenterStage

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Old January 31st, 2012, 04:42 PM   #62
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Old January 31st, 2012, 05:12 PM   #63
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Yup....their model is acutally worse than renders...
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Old February 3rd, 2012, 08:56 AM   #64
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Yucks, what a fugly-looking building... Makes you wonder what type of cheapskate architect was engaged by Inspiration Group to design that tower... And is it that tall one behind the Best Western Hotel, since this Avenue building is shown as within the CenterStage complex?
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Old February 13th, 2012, 10:29 AM   #65
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http://www.theedgeproperty.com/news-...elopments.html
Over in Section 14, Petaling Jaya, Quill has in the pipeline Quill 13, a 22-storey building with an NFA of 372,192 sq ft.


“The thinking behind Quill 13 is cost and design efficiency without sacrificing aesthetics, visibility and space utilisation. It is highly visible from the Federal Highway and is linked directly to the Asia Jaya LRT station,” says Low.
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Old February 13th, 2012, 11:08 AM   #66
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Is the site located on the LRT Station parking lot?
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Old February 14th, 2012, 11:58 AM   #67
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I'm guessing that parking lot you're talking about is the one opposite Axis Tower, am i correct? That's a really prominent and convenient location, for sure!
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Old February 14th, 2012, 02:31 PM   #68
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Yea ..I guess anything built along federal highway is a good.

I wish to see if the government can build a sky-highway from Klang/Shah Alam to Ampang on top of existing Federal Highway. Just like Bangkok. This will help to ease the current congestions.
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Old March 5th, 2012, 08:51 AM   #69
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25storey Srvd Apartment (96units)
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Location - Jln University PJ
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Old March 11th, 2012, 05:09 PM   #70
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The new Jaya Shopping Gallery??


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Old March 11th, 2012, 07:06 PM   #71
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I am disappointed !Surely they didn't have to demolish the old jaya only to come up with that!
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Old March 12th, 2012, 04:10 AM   #72
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i think its quite ok...
nothing too spectacular and bizarre.
there are several reasons for demolishing the building
most probably due to the weak foundation.
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Old March 12th, 2012, 08:01 AM   #73
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For for sure they needed the basement parking too!
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Old March 12th, 2012, 09:36 PM   #74
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They should just build this mall high end with H&M first store in PJ.

Maybe 18 floors mall (inclusive carpark)? C'mon!!


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Old March 13th, 2012, 01:32 PM   #75
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Not too bad, the new Jaya SC reminds me of something you can find in Singapore (i.e. Paragon or even Plaza Singapura)!

And when the two malls open, since it's now so competitive in PJ with so many malls around (1U, Mutiara Damansara cluster, Paradigm, Tropicana City, Citta Mall, etc.), I just wonder how both Atria and Jaya will differentiate themselves to stand out from the rest... Maybe Jaya can be a medium- to upper-end lifestyle mall, whilst Atria becomes the Digital Mall for the DJ + DU area?
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Latitud3 - Idea is really cool..

but location wise....hurmmm.....really near to the UM Medical and Mahsa Colllege...
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Looks like F&N City is coming into reality....



F&N in venture to develop land
Business Times | Nov 11, 2011
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Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&N) is proposing a joint-venture with FCL Centrepoint Pte Ltd (FCLC), via its subsidiary, Vacaron Company Sdn Bhd (VCSB), to develop 554,264 square feet of land in Seksyen 13,Petaling Jaya.

In a filing to Bursa Malaysia today, F&N said both parties would each have
a 50 per cent equity interest in VCSB.

To date, F&N Ltd holds 100 per cent equity interest in FCLC, via its
wholly-owned subsidiary, Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL), and 56.74 per cent in F&N.

Under the proposed joint venture, VCSB would jointly carry on the business
of property development, property management, investment and leasing.

F&N said the proposed JV would allow the group to partially realise the
value of the land, in the form of gains of approximately RM54.65 million,
arising from the sale of land.

"It will further enable the F&N Group to retain 50 per cent interest in the
land and continue to share the returns from the proposed development," said the statement. -- Bernama
For the financial year ended Sept 30, 2011, he said, the dairies division contributed 51% to its revenue compared with 49% in the previous year.
In an announcement to Bursa Malaysia last Friday, F&N said its unit Vacaron Co Sdn Bhd (VCSB) has proposed to form a joint venture with FCL Centrepoint Pte Ltd (FCLC) to carry out a mixed development in Petaling Jaya on land measuring 554,264 sq ft.
F&N has entered into a conditional subscription cum shareholders agreement with FCLC to take up a 50% stake in VCSB.
The project will comprise a hotel, offices, shopping mall, and retail and residential properties.

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Section 17 PKNS lowrise flats will be redeveloped into serviced aparments, condo, low-cost apartment, office towers and a retail centre.


DKLS Industries in JV with PKNS for RM1.5b project in Section 17, PJ
Business Times | May 4, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: DKLS Industries Bhd is teaming up with the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) for a proposed mixed property project with a gross development value (GDV) of RM1.5bil.

DKLS said it had on Fridays entered in to a heads of agreement with PKNS to redevelop a parcel of land including the Green Reserve and part of Section 17 in Petaling Jaya, measuring 15.9 acres.

The proposal is a mixed development comprising commercial, retail and residential units anf the GDV of the proposed redevelopment was about RM1.5bil.

"The rationale for the company to participate in the proposed redevelopment is to complement DKLS Group's corporate strategy to pursue new business opportunities at all times aiming to enhance returns from such investments," it said.
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PKNS joins with DKLS for RM1.5bil project in Sec 17 PJ
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PETALING JAYA: Not unlike a few other government agencies that own large swathes of valuable land, the Selangor State Development Corp, or PKNS, is pushing ahead with redevelopment plans in some of its prime areas.

A noteworthy development surfaced last Friday in a filing with Bursa Malaysia, where DKLS Industries Bhd said it had entered into a heads of agreement with PKNS to redevelop a parcel of land in Section 17, Petaling Jaya, measuring 6.4ha.

This area currently houses numerous blocks of old flats, including a green reserve for the area.

DKLS said the project would entail a mixed development comprising commercial, retail and residential units with a gross development value (GDV) of a whopping RM1.5bil.


Days numbered ?: The land that currently houses four-storey flats in Section 17 will most likely make way for a mixed development with a gross development value of RM1.5bil

The area concerned has been drawing a lot of interest lately, according to property consultants. It is next to the factory area, which is in the midst of a major redevelopment programme. That area has already transformed itself to become a mixed commercial and residential hub, anchored on the Jaya One development.

Jaya One is currently in its final phase of development with a GDV of RM360mil mainly for residential units, having already developed some RM600mil worth of commercial properties.

Besides Jaya One's planned serviced apartments, there are currently two other similar projects being planned for Section 13.

One is named Pacific Star (opposite Jaya One) developed by Island Circle Development (M) Sdn Bhd, which is a mixed development of commercial space and residential units on a 6.04-acre land. While further up the area, Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd would be starting site works in September to develop a RM1.6bil mixed development project on 13 acres which is currently housing its factory.

PKNS declined to comment for this article and said it would provide updates once plans were more firm.

It is likely though that the project may have its fair bit of opposition, considering that the redevelopment encroaches on the green reserve located between Section 13 and Section 17, along Jalan Universiti. It is yet unknown if the new plans include preserving or enhancing that green area.



Although the state-owned corporation declined to comment, sources familiar with the situation said that PKNS was likely to engage the affected residents in a similar way that it did when it embarked on the redevelopment of the PKNS Taman Keramat flats in Jalan Jelatek in 2010.

Dubbed the 'Columbia Flats'' for its drug and vice dens during the 1980s, the flats are to be replaced with a RM900mil mixed-development project called Datum Jelatek.

The project comprising four 45-storey buildings of residential and commercial units, a hotel and shopping mall, would be developed by PKNS and its subsidiary company, Worldwide Holdings Bhd.

PKNS had compensated RM250,000 to RM300,000 for each house and RM450,000 to RM500,000 to business lot owners of the Taman Keramat flats.

As for the plans for the Section 17 redevelopment, it had been previously reported that PKNS' business development engineer, Yeo Cheng Chuan, and DKLS Industries Bhd senior manager Yee Chee Yong had proposed a replacement unit at the new development in the same location for the owners of the Section 17 flats.

The report said that residents of the 592 sq ft units would be given a 700 sq ft unit in the new development.

On top of that, there was also a proposal for a RM5,000 moving-out allowance, RM8,000 moving-back allowance as well as a rental subsidy of RM500 per month until the project is completed.

In addition to that, the leasehold period of the new development would be renewed to 99 years instead of 30 remaining on the existing titles.

Last year, PKNS had put the market value of the units at RM96,496 (592 sq ft at RM163 per sq ft) each.

If those plans materialise, it does seem as if the current flat owners would be getting a pretty good deal, considering that another up coming development named Pacific Star, which is located a stone's throw away, is selling for a far higher price.

PKNS is also embarking on several large-scale redevelopment projects, including the Sports City, Kelana Jaya, which is where the PKNS Stadium is located, via a joint development with Melati Ehsan Bhd.

It is also developing the PJ Sentral Garden City, a RM2.6bil joint-venture redevelopment with Nusa Gapurna and the Employees Provident Fund. Nusa Gapurna group is the same developer of the 348 Sentral project in Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields.

Another PKNS project in the pipeline is the PJ Elevated City, a RM3bil mixed-development project which is also part of the Western Digital factory expansion programme.

Industry sources said that with ownership in different key projects around Selangor, PKNS was likely to retain ownership of a few of the valuable properties to enable itself to venture into becoming a real estate investment trust (REIT).

Previously it had called off a proposed venture with AmanahRaya REIT (ARREIT) to inject some key assets into ARREIT. It is understood that PKNS changed its mind about the injection as it wanted to look at the other properties it was developing, as possible injections into a REIT.

Hence, it is likely that PKNS' REIT injection plans will resurface again at some point, judging from the many other strategically-located redevelopment and urban regeneration projects in the Klang Valley it is working on.

PKNS general manager Othman Omar is reported to have said that the state-owned corporation would be adding another RM6bil worth of new projects by the end of 2012, in addition to the RM14bil that was already announced.
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F&N sees revenue from property development in FY16
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KUALA LUMPUR: Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&N) will start seeing a new revenue stream from property development come its financial year ending Sept 30, 2016, as it will be launching a RM1.6bil mixed development in its ex-dairy premises in Section 13, Petaling Jaya, in June 2013.

“Currently this 13-acre land houses F&N's dairies production plant. Site preparation works will begin this September, and will see a mixed development which consists of an F&N tower, a hotel, offices, retail outlets and residential suites by June 2013,” F&N chief executive officer Datuk Ng Jui Sia told a media briefing yesterday.

For F&N Dairies Malaysia, production of its new Pulau Indah facilities in Klang has just commenced, and the shift from its plant in Section 13 to Pulau Indah is expected to be completed by September.

F&N is partnering FCL Centrepoint Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Frasers Centrepoint Ltd (FCL), to develop this ex-dairy premises.

FCL is one of Singapore's top three residential property developers and retail mall owners and operators. It has also developed properties and malls in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Vietnam and China.

F&N had divested 50% of its interest in this development land to FCL and recognised RM55mil in the quarter to March 31, 2012, being 50% of the capital gain of RM110mil.

Meanwhile, most analysts concurred that F&N's earnings would pick up in the second half, but many were still uncertain of its prospects. While the soft drinks segment is doing well, the dairies segment both in Malaysia and Thailand is still uncertain, driven by high raw material costs, and downside bias from its flood recovery.

“F&N is an extremely well-run company and I think they are doing the best they can. However, Malaysia is also a pretty matured market for dairy products. We don't expect to see huge growth in these segments. It will be stable in line with market at best,” said one consumer analyst.

F&N's second-quarter ended March 31 net profits declined by 18.89% to RM107.06mil from RM131.99mil in the previous corresponding period as revenue dropped to RM730.43mil from RM1.01bil previously.

It also declared an interim dividend of 20 sen, which will be paid on Aug 1.

Ng said the key declines came mainly from the cessation of the Coca-Cola business, the 200-day flood disruption in Thailand and higher raw material cost and competitive pressure in the Malaysian dairy operations.

Sales in Thailand dropped by half as production stoppage disrupted supply to the market. The Rojana factory in Thailand recommenced operations in March and ramped up to full capacity in April.

Dairies Thailand's factory was affected by floods, leading to a 52% slump in its first-half revenue to RM231mil. As a result of the lower sales volume, the factory could not cover its overheads, causing an operating loss of RM30mil.

“Even though we should see a stronger second half as Dairies Thailand resumed production in March, we cut forecasts to account for pricier raw materials,” said CIMB Research analyst Foong Wai Mun.

F&N made a cumulative write-off of RM89.44mil for the current two quarters. Interim property damage insurance claims based on current replacement cost accepted by insurers and recognised to date were RM80mil, of which the insurers had disbursed RM74mil in payments.

On a half-year basis, F&N's net profits dropped by 37.7% to RM148.8mil from RM239.07mil on the back of lower revenue, which declined to RM1.47bil from RM2.04bil previously.

F&N mitigated the loss of the Coca-Cola contract by raising its soft drinks revenue without Coca-Cola) by 8%, driven by higher sales of Seasons, Redbull and its new products (Zesta and Clearly Citrus).

Ng added that F&N was rethinking its fruit juice segment as it was also not growing.

“Revenue was also helped by market penetration into Brunei and contract packing for exports to its sister company in Singapore. However, operating profit margins fell 7.6% to 9.3% due to higher commodity prices, especially for sugar,” said Foong.

Meanwhile, Maybank analyst Kang Chun Ee said that until the shift to Pulau Indah, expected to be completed by September, F&N would continue to see rising operating costs as a result of a duplication in operations.

A deferred tax assets (DTA) of RM55mil in relation to the halal hub tax incentive was granted to the plant and the estimated balance of RM21mil in DTA would be recognised in the second half of this year, said Kang.
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