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Old April 7th, 2011, 09:08 AM   #21
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cost cutting eh? the original illustration shows about 30 blocks of those sky bungalows. now only 2 eh?
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Old June 1st, 2011, 05:42 AM   #23
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Green Beverly Hills scoops Asia Pacific Property Award
By Siti Sakinah Abdul Latif of theedgeproperty.com
Tuesday, 31 May 2011 15:48

KUALA LUMPUR: GD Development Sdn Bhd scooped two awards at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2011 in association with Bloomberg TV in Shanghai, for its RM3.5 billion mixed development Green Beverly Hills at Putra Nilai.

The freehold projects won the awards for the Residential High-Rise Development category and the Property Development category, and were recognised as projects that set new standards in property development with their focus on green environmental luxury within the design, architecture, landscaping and co-existence with nature.

Green Beverly Hills is located on a 350-acre piece of land, comprising 70 acres of virgin forest, 40 acres of organic farm, 20 acres of natural lake and 8-themed herb gardens set aside to provide a healthy and natural lifestyle for its residents.


(From left) Lim and GD Development co-founder Datuk Yeat Sew Chuong with the awards

GD Development CEO Lim Ching Choy said that the company has made every effort to make Green Beverly Hills the finest development possible.

"The Awards acknowledges the dedicated hard work of our whole team, and serves as a reminder of the fine quality and value for money we provide at Green Beverly Hills," he added.

Residential Category winner Green Beverly Hills residences take their form from a flower, with the façade and spacious interiors exquisitely designed with a functional and practical layout to utilise every square foot of space.

Meanwhile, each unit of the Property Category winner Water Villas has a personalised view of the vast lake. Beautiful landscapes wrap around each house, with their glass walls open on to the deck, which transforms it into one large space that is both indoors and outdoors.

Although secluded, Water Villas is in close proximity to a variety of outdoor activities via a lakeside trail. All residences of Green Beverly Hills are also equipped with an energy-efficient Smart Home System which even further enhances this unique living experience.

The judging panel, consisting of more than 60 professionals, was chaired by Lord Bates of Langbaurgh. This year's judges included Google UK account manager James Bacon; National Federation of Property Professionals group chief executive Peter Bolton King; David Dalby of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); and Mike McNamara of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
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Living the Green Beverly Hills life
By Siti Sakinah Abdul Latif of theedgeproperty.com
Friday, 10 June 2011 11:36

KUALA LUMPUR: GD Development Sdn Bhd's 350-acre resort and eco-themed Green Beverly Hills development in Putra Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, has seen a take-up of 70% for the first phase since its launch in January 2011.

The project, with a total gross development value (GDV) of RM3.5 billion, is GD Development's maiden project comprising a mix of semidees, bungalows, town villas, condominiums, hotel and a shopping mall. To be developed over eight phases, it offers a resort lifestyle with eco-elements, said CEO Lim Ching Choy. The developer hopes to attract about 40% foreign buyers.

The first phase consists of 334 condo units, dubbed sky bungalows, priced from RM487,000 housed in two 25-storey residential blocks. Their built-ups range from 930 sq ft to 1,816 sq ft. About 70% of the units have been taken up.

The second phase of the development comprising villas has generated keen interest as evidenced by a good number of potential buyers who have registered.


An artist's impression of Green Beverly Hills' 334-unit condominium, dubbed
The villas come in two types — Garden Villa and Water Villa. There are 17 Water Villas which are priced from RM3.2 million and offer built-up areas from 4,769 sq ft. They have 6+1 bedrooms and seven bathrooms, while the 44 Garden Villas are priced from RM2 million and have a built-up area of 3,858 sq ft.

The entire development is located on 350 acres of freehold land. "[About] 90 acres of land is dedicated to the green elements consisting of virgin forest [50 acres], organic farm [20 acres] and natural lake [20 acres]," Lim told The Edge Financial Daily, adding that the development is low-density with only five units per acre.

He said as at May 2011, earthworks for the first phase had been completed and construction had commenced with piling work. Earthworks for the villas will commence in July 2011.

The project is easily accessible from Seremban and is only minutes away from Putrajaya and the KLIA, and 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur.

The developer recently won two awards at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2011, in association with Bloomberg TV in Shanghai, for Green Beverly Hills in the categories of Residential High-Rise Development and Property Development.

The project was recognised for setting new standards in property development with its focus on its green environment in terms of design and architecture, landscaping, and co-existence with nature.
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Living the Green Beverly Hills life
By Siti Sakinah Abdul Latif of theedgeproperty.com
Friday, 10 June 2011 11:36

KUALA LUMPUR: GD Development Sdn Bhd's 350-acre resort and eco-themed Green Beverly Hills development in Putra Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, has seen a take-up of 70% for the first phase since its launch in January 2011.

The project, with a total gross development value (GDV) of RM3.5 billion, is GD Development's maiden project comprising a mix of semidees, bungalows, town villas, condominiums, hotel and a shopping mall. To be developed over eight phases, it offers a resort lifestyle with eco-elements, said CEO Lim Ching Choy. The developer hopes to attract about 40% foreign buyers.

The first phase consists of 334 condo units, dubbed sky bungalows, priced from RM487,000 housed in two 25-storey residential blocks. Their built-ups range from 930 sq ft to 1,816 sq ft. About 70% of the units have been taken up.

The second phase of the development comprising villas has generated keen interest as evidenced by a good number of potential buyers who have registered.


An artist's impression of Green Beverly Hills' 334-unit condominium, dubbed
The villas come in two types — Garden Villa and Water Villa. There are 17 Water Villas which are priced from RM3.2 million and offer built-up areas from 4,769 sq ft. They have 6+1 bedrooms and seven bathrooms, while the 44 Garden Villas are priced from RM2 million and have a built-up area of 3,858 sq ft.

The entire development is located on 350 acres of freehold land. "[About] 90 acres of land is dedicated to the green elements consisting of virgin forest [50 acres], organic farm [20 acres] and natural lake [20 acres]," Lim told The Edge Financial Daily, adding that the development is low-density with only five units per acre.

He said as at May 2011, earthworks for the first phase had been completed and construction had commenced with piling work. Earthworks for the villas will commence in July 2011.

The project is easily accessible from Seremban and is only minutes away from Putrajaya and the KLIA, and 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur.

The developer recently won two awards at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2011, in association with Bloomberg TV in Shanghai, for Green Beverly Hills in the categories of Residential High-Rise Development and Property Development.

The project was recognised for setting new standards in property development with its focus on its green environment in terms of design and architecture, landscaping, and co-existence with nature.
can't they get the shopping mall completed first? that surely will boost the sales.
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Old June 27th, 2011, 06:42 AM   #26
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A resort island in Nilai?
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THE idea of offering island living in Nilai, Negri Sembilan, sounds like pie in the sky, but to gain attention in the competitive property market, you have to think big and different sometimes.

The 350-acre Green Beverly Hills development in Putra Nilai (formerly known as Bandar Baru Nilai), with its inland resort island concept, is said to be the first of its kind in the world.

The brainchild of GD Development Sdn Bhd, Green Beverly Hills is on freehold land, and plans includes a five-star health-themed hotel, a 500,000 sq ft club house, condominiums, semi-detached homes, villas, and a shopping mall. The project, due to be completed in eight years, has a gross development value of RM4bil.

GD Development chief executive officer Lim Ching Choy says Green Beverly Hills was conceptualised as a upmarket residential community on a iconic lifestyle resort island.

“As far we know, there is no other similar development in the world,” says Lim in an interview with StarBizWeek.

At present, there are five lakes within the development. “We will link the lakes, and flood other areas, to create a canal system around the development, thus turning it into a man-made inland island,” he says.


The sky bungalows has a 70% take-up rate.

According to Lim, it is the company's joint chairman Datuk David Yeat Sew Chuong who comes up with the idea.

“He was inspired by the castles and palaces he visited in Europe, South Korea, Japan and China that are surrounded by moats and lakes.”

Yeat is also the founder and chief executive officer of INS Bioscience Bhd, which is listed on the ACE Market of Bursa Malaysia.

Lim has extensive experience in property development, having served as chief executive officer in Mah Sing Group Bhd and Magna Prima Bhd within the past nine years. He was also formerly the managing director of Ho Hup Construction Co Bhd.

Engineering firm Angkasa Consulting Services Sdn Bhd, which has been involved in wetlands and lake developments in Malaysia and China, is the consultant for Green Beverly Hills.

Lim says water discharge and flow in the canal will be controlled by mechanical systems. “During periods of heavy rain, we can discharge the water when it reaches a certain level.”

Access to the development, over its water channel, will be via three roads. The development is touted as being strategically located, with the South Klang Valley Expressway and North-South Expressway as highway links.

“From Green Beverly Hills, it is a 10-minute drive to the KL International Airport (KLIA), a 15-minute drive to Putrajaya, a 35-minute drive to the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, and a 20-minute drive to Seremban. The Salak Tinggi KLIA Transit Station is just a five-minute drive away,” says Lim.

He points out that institutions of higher learning such as the Inti International University, Nilai University College, Nilai International School and Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia are located close to the development.

Also in the vicinity are the Nilai Springs Golf & Country Club, NCI Hospital as well as Tesco and Giant hypermarkets.

Lim says other highlights of the gated and guarded development includes the availability of broadband Internet services, a “green environment” and a density of 5.7 units per acre (including condominiums) with about 2,000 planned property units.

He adds that a 50-acre forest, 20-acre organic farm and 20 acres of water (surrounding the island) are in the works. “Residents can buy produce from the organic farm with points accumulated via their property maintenance fees.”

A closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera surveillance and CMS (central monitoring system) will be put in place for better security on the island. “Each house is linked to the CMS,” says Lim.

Also, the company will make a submission for certification from Malaysia's Green Building Index soon. “All our buildings will incorporate a rain water harvesting system.”


Lim: As far we know, there is no other similar development in the world like Green Beverly Hills.

Earlier this year, two blocks of Sky Bungalow condominiums with 334 units sized from 932 to 1,816 sq ft per unit, were launched.

A unique feature of the Sky Bungalow condominiums, priced from RM487,200 to RM910,800 per unit, with one to three-bedroom types, is that each unit comes with a swimming pool.

Smaller units have 5 x 10 ft pools while bigger units have 5 x 14 ft pools. “We can provide an option for heated water in the pools, depending on request,” says Lim.

Another highlight here is the 12-ft ceiling of the units. One block of the Sky Bungalow condominiums is a 25-storey tower, while the other is a 20-storey tower.

Each floor has six to eight condominium units, with each allocated a car park bay. An extra car park bay for each unit can be rented at less than RM100 per month. “For those who need more than two car park bays, we are providing an additional 66 bays.”

To date, the Sky Bungalow condominium project has a 70% take-up rate. According to Lim, the Sky Bungalow condominiums will be the only high-rise residential units on the development. “All other residential units here will be landed types.”

Also launched earlier this year were 17 units of four-storey Water Villa bungalows, each with a built-up area of 4,769 sq ft and priced at RM3.167mil.

Each unit comes with a private lift. There are also 44 units of three-storey Garden Villa bungalows, each with a built-up area of 3,858 sq ft and priced at RM2mil. Lim is pleased by the take-up for the bungalows, as only two and 18 units of Water and Garden Villas respectively remain available for sale.

The condominiums and bungalows are due to be completed by the end of 2014 and 2013 respectively.

In July, Lim plans to launch 148 units of three-storey semi-Ds, each with a built-up area of about 3,600 sq ft and priced at RM1.7mil onwards. According to Lim, to date, about 30% of the buyers are foreigners. “The foreign buyers are mainly from Singapore, with the rest from Indonesia and Hong Kong.”

Green Beverly Hills is GD Development's maiden and only foray in property development. The company was incorporated in 2009. Lim says the company has no other property development plans. “For the next eight years, we will focus only on Green Beverly Hills.”
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Green Beverly Hills, Putra Nilai

Does any one have the most recent photos of the earth work and piling of phase one?
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Old August 17th, 2011, 01:39 PM   #28
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Went there took a look around. Piling has already started.
GD Development is working with BBN in this development.
Very nice environment and will look even better when Phase 1A and 1B are done by 2013 and 2014!

http://www.wtw.com.my/2005/images/st...WTWPMR2011.pdf
[ BBN Development Sdn Bhd together with GD
Development Sdn Bhd, is developing 135.52
hectares of land in Putra Nilai into a high-end
residential and commercial development.]

http://www.reuters.com/finance/stock...rticle/1852256
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Old August 19th, 2011, 05:41 AM   #29
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Yes, really like their forward thinking concept and design of the island community, overall low density development and surrounding areas, a plus for using natural lakes. I'd be more cautious if they were tin mining ones. Besides easy access by air and land.
Would be great to have follow ups and photo postings here by others ;-)
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A slight hiccup with some interior changes to the unit plans for the better. In today's news:

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...2&sec=metrobiz

Saturday August 18, 2012
Malaysia’s very own 90210

INSPIRED by Beverly Hills, California, GD Development Sdn Bhd and Debao Property Development of China, launched their inaugural residential project, Green Beverly Hills in Nilai, Negri Sembilan.

The joint-venture project is for a freehold, gated-and-guarded development comprising two high-rise condominiums and eco-friendly private villas. The projects Garden Villas and Water Villas will be surrounded by luscious green hillsides and a natural lake respectively.

The Garden Villas will boast cutting-edge designs to enhance comfort, and owners will enjoy spacious six-bedroom home with built-up areas from 3,858 sq ft within a land areas of 5,257 to 10, 211 sq. feet. Garden Villa prices start from RM 1.9mil.
Idyllic: The natural lake (above) that is a significant feature of the development. Idyllic: The natural lake (above) that is a significant feature of the development.

The second style of private villas is a seven-bedroom, waterfront home built besides a natural lake. Filled with sleek luxury and spaciousness, each Water Villa features a majestic lakeside view and a private lift that enhances convenience. The Water Villas will occupy land areas of 4,005 to 11,539 sq ft with a built-up areas of 4,769 sq ft and are priced from RM 3.16mil onwards.

The development will also have two 25-storey towers that will offer fully furnished units complemented with designer glass walls and windows, and luxurious amenities. Dubbed as sky bungalows, both towers will be shaped like a six-petalled flower combining modern architecture and auspicious feng shui elements. Each tower will have an infinity pool and four different unit layouts between 930 and 1,800 sq ft with prices ranging from RM390,000 to RM780,000.

The residential development has attracted great interest from foreigners as half of the purchasers are foreigners mainly from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Cooperation: (From left) Yeat, Lim and Debao chairman Yuan Le Sheng at the launch of the development. Cooperation: (From left) Yeat, Lim and Debao chairman Yuan Le Sheng at the launch of the development.

According to GD Development’s co-founder Datuk David Yeat Sew Chuong, the residential development has seen a 70% take-up rate. “Tower A is 90% sold and 50% of Tower B. The take-up rate is very encouraging and we are confident that we can sell every unit before we complete the project,” Yeat said. The first phase of the two towers will be completed within the next 20 months.

Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Donald Lim who was present at the launch welcomed the joint development project and encouraged more Malaysian companies to work with companies from China and India.
Serene: The view from the a bedroom of the show unit. Serene: The view from the a bedroom of the show unit.

“This is a perfect example for other companies in Malaysia who are interested in working with foreign companies. It is a win-win situation for everyone,” said Lim.

Established in 2000, Debao is an integrated property developer of residential and commercial properties in Fo Shan City, GuangDong, China and was listed in the Singapore Stock Exchange in 2010 meanwhile GD Development was co-founded two years ago with Green Beverly Hills is its inaugural project.

End of news.

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Some photos of the progress from GD's website:

http://greenbeverlyhills.com.my/project-progress/
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Green Beverly Hills Phase II, Putra Nilai

http://www.propertyguru.com.my/prope...-hills-phase-i


RM950mil investment in Green Beverly Hills phase II

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Aug 13, 2014


Malaysian property player GD Development has entered into a joint venture agreement with three China-based firms to develop the second phase of its Green Beverly Hills project in Nilai, Negeri Sembilan.
The signing ceremony with its Chinese partners — Debao Group, Fugland Group and Suzhou Zhengyuan Landscape Group — was witnessed by MCA President Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
Additionally, the company roped in another investor by the name of Liu Ren Peng, a successful businessman from Dalian city, China.
“Since the success of GD Development’s Green Beverly Hills Phase I was so overwhelming, we are now proud to announce that investments in the second phase has reached more than RM950 million,” said the company’s press release.
Phase II is expected to be completed by 2018 and will focus on creating ideal modern homes nestled amidst stunning natural landscape, it added.
Inspired by California’s famous Beverly Hills, the 350-acre Green Beverly Hills is an eco-friendly township that features high-end homes, as well as commercial and recreational facilities.
Furthermore, the township “is well-established as an international logistics and educational hub, with development plans underway to make it the leading biotech and medical centre for the region,” said the company’s website.
Minutes away from Putrajaya and Cyberjaya, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and the newly opened low-cost terminal (KLIA2), the township is easily accessible via six major roads. These are the Maju Expressway, North-South Highway, New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), Lebuhraya Kajang-Seremban (LEKAS), Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP) and South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE).

Farah Wahida, Editor of PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact her about this or other stories email farahwahida@propertyguru.com.my
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Green Beverly Hill – Construction Progress Photos

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