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Old April 24th, 2012, 06:29 PM   #101
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First Impression = Nice Design
Second Impression = OH ! Is there any big fashion haul or good tenants ?
Third Impression = If it really has all the aspect ,will they survive without kill another mall
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Old April 25th, 2012, 05:59 AM   #102
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omg this is awesome. much better than the other mall in southeast asia.
nuh..u shud chek out bangkok latest shopping mall projects.....
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Old April 25th, 2012, 07:54 AM   #103
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nuh..u shud chek out bangkok latest shopping mall projects.....
yup lupe plak bangkok latest mall. very cool.
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Old May 1st, 2012, 08:33 AM   #104
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Sunway to spend RM130m on roads, infrastructure upgrades





The refurbishments follow from a study which Sunway did with the assistance from Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya and Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia. Photo: Sunway Group.


By Wong Mei Kay of theedgeproperty.com
Thursday, 26 April 2012 16:30

BANDAR SUNWAY (April 26): Sunway Group announced that they will be undertaking RM130 million worth of roadworks and infrastructure improvements which they hope will alleviate the current traffic congestion in Bandar Sunway, Subang and USJ, as part of the group's corporate responsibility programme.

This comes following a study which they did with the assistance from Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ) and Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia (LLM).

As a result, Sunway has identified three major roads and areas that are heavily congested with traffic and are in serious need of upgrading works to ensure a smoother traffic flow around the surrounding areas.


The refurbishments follow from a study which Sunway did with the assistance from Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya and Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia. Photo: Sunway Group.
Currently, construction has already started along the Lebuhraya Shah Alam Link (KESAS). Roadworks had started at the end of 2011, and will be completed at the end of 2012 at a cost of RM40 million.

The group is also set to embark on a two-lane road widening project from Sunway Pyramid all the way to Persiaran Kewajipan along the New Pantai Expressway (NPE). With a cost of RM20 million, construction will begin in the second half of 2012, and will take approximately 18 months to complete.

Sunway also has plans for a direct link from Sunway South Quay (SSQ) to the NPE, which will start in three-to-five years at a cost of approximately RM70 million.


Other proposed roads and highways upgrading projects — which will be undertaken by LLM and Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) — in the area include two U-turns along the KESAS Highway: an elevated U-turn next to Persiaran Tujuan; and another before the Sunway toll at KESAS. Construction work will begin in May 2012.




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Old May 15th, 2012, 05:48 AM   #105
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Sunway Geo berths at lakeside town
By Lam Jian Wyn of The Edge Malaysia
Sunday, 13 May 2012 00:00

It’s raining a little, but do you mind if we have our interview on the yacht?” Ho Hon Sang, Sunway Bhd managing director of property development, Malaysia, asks City & Country.


“The yacht” is known as The South Quay Princess, a charming 77-footer docked on a 28-acre lake at the centre of the luxurious 178-acre, RM5 billion Sunway South Quay (SSQ) high-end development in Bandar Sunway, Selangor.


Despite the chilly, damp morning and overcast skies, the steward of Sunway’s Malaysian property developments struck a jaunty pose by the pier, sans coat, “for that relaxed vacation feel” as he puts it.

During the cruise, Ho points out a densely vegetated site — “See that? It will come up over there, facing Sunway Medical Centre along Jalan Lagoon Selatan” — which will house SSQ’s latest addition, the retail and commercial component newly christened as Sunway Geo.

Sunway Geo will take up a 23.4-acre tract in one of SSQ’s quadrants to the right of the A’marine, LaCosta and Nautica condos from the main entrance of the upscale enclave in the larger Sunway Integrated Resort City.

The area is served by six highways, namely the New Pantai Expressway (NPE), Federal Highway, North Klang Valley Expressway, Damansara-Puchong Highway, Shah Alam Expressway (Kesas) and the North-South Expressway Central Link (Elite).


To enhance accessibility, there will be a new elevated connection to the NPE and a slip road from the Kesas.

“We plan to have a mini integrated development here where there is proper linkage between the residential and commercial areas,” Ho explains. Sunway Geo’s total gross development value (GDV) is RM1.85 billion, comprising shops, office suites, serviced apartments, an office tower and two condominiums.

The 10.01-acre Phase 1 will comprise retail units, office suites and an office tower. The retail units and office suites housed in a gleaming, glassy structure have a GDV of RM405 million. Ho says the group is currently holding on to the office tower.

“There will be four storeys of office suites on top of the three-storey shops, so they are not imposing,” says Ho.

Improving on Sunway Giza’s semi-outdoor experience

There will be 31 three-storey shops with an average built-up of 5,200 sq ft and an indicative starting price of RM6.5 million. The retail portion will have a net floor area of 186,000 sq ft.

There will be three rows of shops — one will face Sunway Medical Centre along Jalan Lagoon Selatan while the other two will face the 500m-long central boulevard for a more relaxed, outdoor retail ambience, says Ho.

The shops will be shielded by a solid canopy with a huge skylight that allows in natural lighting and ventilation, reducing energy use, he adds.

He says SSQ’s retail element is conceptualised as an improved version of its Sunway Giza semi-outdoor mall in Kota Damansara.

“In Sunway Giza, to get to the upper floors of the individual retail blocks, you have to take the stairs inside the shops. This time, the shops will be connected at every level through covered walkways and you can also take the escalator to different floors from outside the shops,” he explains.

Ho notes several advantages of this retail format. “If you go to regular shops at night, there is no parking so you end up double and triple-parking, causing jams. Here you don’t have to do that, and when it rains you also don’t have to scramble for your umbrella. So it’s a different style of shopping and experience.”

The developer plans to offer up to 2,874 parking bays, including over 1,000 basement parking bays, once all the retail and commercial portions are completed.

Ho says the retail component is poised to tap into an estimated catchment of 245,000 people. This includes the expected 12,000 residents of SSQ when it is completed in 2020.

There are an estimated 33,000 students from nearby Sunway University, Monash University, Sunway International School, The One Academy and Taylor’s University. Ho adds that Bandar Sunway is also home to 200,000 residents.

This catchment excludes some 37.5 million visitors to Sunway Integrated Resort City — comprising Sunway Pyramid mall, Sunway Lagoon theme park and Sunway Resort, Hotel & Spa — annually, says Ho.


The retail section may also attract people from Subang Jaya and Puchong, he adds.

Ho says the group plans to maintain some 100,000 sq ft of space in Phase 2 and is eyeing both local and foreign anchor tenants.

While there is no specific preference for tenants, Ho has suggestions for what prospective owner-occupiers and tenants can offer.

“[Sunway Geo] can be considered a local centre for the expected population of 12,000 within SSQ [upon its completion]. There is the medical centre nearby, so one can offer something medical-related, something complementary,” he says.

“Then there are colleges, universities and schools here, so I hope owners or tenants will take the opportunity to do something education-related.”

Ho observes that there is a sizeable number of international students attending the above-mentioned universities and colleges.

“They want places that are neat and clean. I believe that [the new retail development] will be a crowd-puller. I believe that young people especially like to go to these places instead of coffee shops. I think their buying power is better than [that of young people during] our time, so I think F&B outlets will be able to work well.”



An artist's impression of Sunway Geo

Office suites
The first phase of Sunway Geo will also feature 213 office suites atop the retail podium in a sloping glassy structure designed to embrace the podium’s rooftop eco-deck. There will be 144,000 sq ft of net office space.

“This cascading design is outstanding. Of course, it looks architectural and provides something that has not been found in Sunway before,” says Ho.

The suites have an average built-up of 650 sq ft and an indicative price of RM500,000 onwards.
“There is a toilet [in each suite]. The suites have no partitions — they can be flexible but you cannot live there,” says Ho.

Sunway expects to hold a soft launch for phase 1 of Sunway Geo sometime in late April or early May. Ho says approvals have been secured and construction is expected to begin “anytime soon”.
Phases that were launched earlier within the lakeside development are BayRocks villas and three condos, namely Nautica, A’marine and most recently, LaCosta.


The latter comprised 377 units with built-ups from 1,302 to 3,226 sq ft. Prices start from RM900,000.

Buyers of these homes mainly comprise working adults, young professionals, businessmen, corporate figures, couples and foreigners. The population of SSQ is a mix of locals and foreigners from Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, the UK and China.

So far, 77 villas and 259 units of Nautica have been completed, making up 30% of SSQ.
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Sunway done an amazing job on their plannings and link works...

Damansara Perdana and Mutiara Damansara should seriously learn from that...
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Mixed Development, CP3 & CP4, South Quay
probably rejected proposal for Sunway Geo

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Mixed Development, CP3 & CP4, South Quay
ptopbably rejected proposal for Sunway Geo
OMG... i love these...
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In yet another sign of the impending slowdown in the high-end property market, Sunway Bhd is deferring the launch of some of its projects worth RM500 million that were initially slated to take off this year. The projects are related to Sunway Geo @ Sunway South Quay and Sunway Velocity.
http://www.theedgeproperty.com/news-...-launches.html
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Old July 11th, 2012, 10:11 AM   #112
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Natura

Natura seeks inspiration from perspective of nature and reflects on Eastern culture.
Bioclimatic limestone hills etch the form of architecture and the ascending levels mimics the vegetation and micro habitat. Where once were hard surfaces and spaces, natural vegetation takes over in this biomimicry form.
Sky gardens, swirl upwards, interlaced with lanai, returning the experience of nature to every habitat. The enjoyment of the constant outdoor climate, unlike the seasonal temperate zones, is interpolated as spaces within. The contrasting form respond to the environment and a timely opportune for re-emergence of nature, forming a vector of flow between light, air, water and wind.
Form
Drawing inspiration from limestone hill landscape, where life and natural forms symbiotically exists. The form mimics the silhouette of ancient Chinese paintings where hills soars toward the sky, gardens floats in the cloud and terraces rest upon placid lakes.
Facilities
Themed as an oasis on the South shore, a series of interconnected terraces descends towards the lake. At lobby level, strategically located management office eases logistic and visual supervision. For the same reason, the nursery neighbours it, easing overseeing of toddlers.
The shuttle lift is connected to all terrace levels. The immediate terrace below the lobby, envelops the main swimming pool. Spread around it, are multi-purpose hall, decks and gardens.
Residence
Natura’s layout is a respond to the visual programme towards the South Quay Lake, providing all spaces with lake view. Seeking to encourage environmentally conscious living, the well ventilated kitchen occupies the peripheral edge towards the lake.This also allows the widening effect of the living room, throwing abundance of light to the dining zone. Strategically placed windows openings on the southern wall, encourages cross flow of air through the permeable openings.
Selective puncturing of the building form at intermediate zones, not only creates interesting communal sky gardens, intermediate units automatically become corner units. Articulated metal privacy screens are placed at strategic balconies where possible overlooking issued might arise.
Selective puncturing of the building form at intermediate zones, not only creates interesting communal sky gardens, immediate units automatically become corner units.
Natura’s layout is a response to the visual programme towards the South Quay Lake, provideding spaces with lake view. Seeking to encourage environmentally concious living, the well ventilated kitchen oiccupies the peripheral edge towards the lake. Strategically placed windiw openings on the southern wall, encourages cross flow of air through the permeable openings.





Sunway CP3 & 4 (Sunway Geo)
The complex will be of free flowing forms and curved lines that serve to channel people movement and at the same time to optimize views, exposure and accessibility. The design philosophy comprises of patterns created along by rippling water effect. The low rise podium block will be moulded along the lines of the rippling patterns. The towers are ‘seduced’ by wind movement giving rise to ‘dancing’ towers swaying in the wind. This gives rise to a development of varying heights with unique and distinct shapes sculptured by water and wind.



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http://www.theedgeproperty.com/news-...-80-sales.html

Meanwhile, the soft launch for the 23.4-acre Sunway Geo in Sunway South Quay saw a take-up of 90% for its 31 units of retail shops while 70% of its 220 units of flexi suites had been snapped up. Sunway Geo has a GDV of RM400 million.

The retail units are from 4,975 sq ft with prices from RM7 million. Built-ups for the flexi suites start at 462 sq ft with prices from RM400,000 onwards. Sunway Geo will be officially launched in October with expected completion by 2016.


Sunway South Quay is located next to Sunway Resort City which was recently certified as Malaysia's first green township by the Green Building Index. "Sunway Geo's success can be attributed to its innovative retail concept, accessibility and connectivity, amenities as well as the large catchment population it enjoys from Sunway Resort City (SRC)," said Ho.

Free shuttle bus service, pedestrian-friendly walkways and elevated canopy walkways are available in the township. Sunway Geo will also benefit from the proposed elevated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)-Sunway Line that will run through SRC and connect to Setia Jaya KTM and an upcoming LRT station at USJ.
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BRT
Our new proposed elevated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) - Sunway Line runs on a purpose-built road, avoiding traffic congestion and shortening travelling time. The line was announced by Prime Minister Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak on 9th June 2012.
- Passengers can connect to two train stations i.e Setia Jaya KTM station and proposed USJ6 LRT station
- Serving approximately 500,000 people
- Use of environmentally friendly buses to reduce emission and noise

http://www.sunwayproperty.com/pd/scp...Residence.aspx








Retail Shops and Flexi Suites now open for sale


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They modify the dome part...cut cost !
now look more like Paradigm mall.





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Mixed Development, CP3 & CP4, South Quay
probably rejected proposal for Sunway Geo
this is part of the Geo development which is called as CP1.
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Sunway Geo project is very busy too
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Old December 3rd, 2012, 05:03 AM   #118
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BRT Sunway Line
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this is part of the Geo development which is called as CP1.
This is like the Phase 2 of the current launched Sunway GEO. Sunway has the scaled model.
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