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Old August 3rd, 2013, 11:08 AM   #81
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Old August 5th, 2013, 09:45 AM   #82
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Old August 14th, 2013, 08:21 AM   #83
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Old August 21st, 2013, 03:59 PM   #84
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Dear All,

All of you should interest to understand more about the progress for
Property Investing in Johor – ISKANDAR MALAYSIA,
kindly pls refer to below link...

http://iskandarmalaysiaproperties.wordpress.com/
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Old September 8th, 2013, 05:48 PM   #85
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Rendering of the guard house at Dora Residences (used to be called Capri Residences). Somehow Tropicana boss decided that Capri sound too common...

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Old September 9th, 2013, 05:26 AM   #86
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eh wats dat??? futuristic time travel machine?? lol
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Old September 9th, 2013, 05:25 PM   #87
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eh wats dat??? futuristic time travel machine?? lol


man-made cylindrical waterfall from level 7 reminds me of the old Changi Airport T1...
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Old October 11th, 2013, 03:09 PM   #88
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saw some heavy machinery at Phase 2 site...
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Old November 23rd, 2013, 02:46 AM   #90
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Passed by the tropez yesterday, I think it's reaching top very soon. The main tower looks really tall already.

I think it's taller than city square and claiming the tallest tower in johor state now.
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Tropicana woos foreign investors for Iskandar Malaysia projects


23 Feb 2014

JOHOR BARU: Amid a challenging domestic environment, Tropicana Corp Bhd is courting more foreign investors to take up units in its luxury projects at Iskandar Malaysia, Johor.

The group is seeing pent-up demand from cash-rich investors in the region, particularly from Singapore, Indonesia, China and Hong Kong.

“Unlike buyers here who expect at least a 70% loan, foreign buyers are comfortable with a lower margin. This is in addition to some who are cash buyers,” said Tropicana executive director of marketing and sales Pam Loh at a media briefing here yesterday.

Tropicana southern region managing director Lee Han Ming also noted that the weakening of the ringgit coupled with the stronger Singapore dollar and renminbi will help sway Singaporeans and the Chinese towards Malaysian real estate, which is already competitively priced in the region.

“HDB flats in Singapore are already selling at S$500 (RM1,307) psf. For over RM1,000 psf here, you can live in a luxury development,” he pointed out.

To reach out to regional buyers, Tropicana may open sales galleries in Beijing and Shenzhen.

“Based on my earlier trips, there is interest but it is a cost and benefit issue ... I have to gauge what kind of volume we can get and what is the purpose of the sales gallery,” said Lee.

Tropicana will also reach out to buyers in Surabaya, Jakarta and Medan as there is growing regional interest. It already has a sales gallery in Singapore.

The group will officially launch its second series of residences in the mixed-use Tropicana Danga Bay tomorrow.

Named Bora Residences after the famous Bora Bora island in French Polynesia, this phase comprises two towers of serviced apartments.

Tropicana will launch the first tower, which is a 42-storey with 396 units.


“A group of some 40 businessmen from Xiamen will attend the launch tomorrow, as well as another group from Singapore. I think if you were to travel from China, you’d be a serious buyer,” said Loh.

Typical units range from 694 sq ft to over 1,500 sq ft and feature four layouts — three-bedroom, two-bedroom, studio apartment and a 1-bedroom duplex. There are also two penthouses with built-ups of 3,443 sq ft that come with their own swimming pools.

The units will be partly furnished with air conditioning units and kitchen cabinets, among others.

Prices range from RM1,100 to RM1,300 psf, with units overlooking the waterfront commanding a premium over units facing the city.

Since its soft launch at the end of last year, Tropicana has sold over 100 units of Bora Residences’ first tower, said Loh.

Tropicana aims to launch in July the next tower that includes dual-key units, said Lee.

Tropicana has an estimated RM30 billion worth of projects in Johor that will be developed over 10 to 15 years, he added.



More: http://www.theedgeproperty.com/news-...-projects.html
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Old February 24th, 2014, 04:07 PM   #93
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Wow more investors yeh?

But who stay there? What's so attractive about danga bay?

When tropicana and country garden is completed I think it'll be like those ghost town in china. Rental also collapse cos nobody rent an apartment for over 6k to cover the loan...

Location is not the best, far from tuas and not very near to causeway, which nowadays is HELL getting thru it...

Well thought investors will place the money in Singapore instead. The pricing doesn't justify the value and demand.

It's bubble pricing and bubble development which doesn't value add the johor economy.

It's just property prices that can burst anytime, no real economic scale to sustain it.
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Tropicana officially unveils Bora Residences

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Bora Residences, Phase 2 of Tropicana Danga Bay.

PROPERTY developer Tropicana Corporation Berhad officially launched Bora Residences, which is Phase 2 of the Tropicana Danga Bay mixed integrated development in the growing region of Iskandar Malaysia last Saturday.

Strategically located within Tropicana’s jewel of the south, Tropicana Danga Bay is a mixed development project located on 37-acres (15 ha) of prime freehold land within Zone A of Iskandar Malaysia. It offers a blend of both lifestyle and commercial properties.

Tropicana Danga Bay has an estimated Gross Development Value (GDV) of RM8.3 bil. It is set to be a commercial centre for a multitude of business trade centres such as retail, food and beverage, banks, budget hotels, medical services, educational services and office space. It is expected to take centre stage as one of Iskandar Malaysia’s prominent business hubs.


The master development of Tropicana Danga Bay.

In the future, this development will have unparalleled convenience as it will be situated near the Railway Transit System and the High Speed Railway that will connect Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. Additionally, the Singapore-Johor Causeway main link is just a 10 minutes drive away, whilst the second link is 20 minutes away.

With the creation of EduCity, the education hub within Iskandar Malaysia, residents will have world-class education within reach with renowned names such as Marlborough College, Raffles University of Iskandar, Newcastle University and the University of Southampton coming to the township. As far as entertainment is concerned, the famous theme parks of Legoland and Hello Kitty Town are also a mere drive away.





Launched on 4 November 2006, Iskandar Malaysia covers 2,217 sq km and is located in south Johor. It is three times bigger than Singapore and two times the size of Hong Kong. Iskandar Malaysia continues to receive attention from both local and foreign investors. As of 31 Oct 2013, the country’s first economic growth corridor has attracted about RM129.42bil in committed investments since 2006 while targetting RM383bil of investments by 2025.


Guests were impressed by the show units and scale models at Tropicana Danga Bay gallery.

The unveiling of Bora Residences came after the successful launch of Tropez Residences which is Phase 1 of Tropicana Danga Bay, which has recorded more than 90% take up rate.

At the unveiling of Bora Residences located in the southern region of Tropicana, its managing director Lee Han Ming said, “The property market in Johor is exciting as it is reaping the benefits of the incredibly dynamic growth of Iskandar Malaysia. Besides the local developers, Chinese and Singaporean developers are also adding more vibrancy to the market mix.”

“These have brought many changes to Johor’s property landscape, signalling market confidence and potential growth prospects. We have strong product differentiation and we believe that Bora Residences will cater to the current growing demand for a mixed integrated development that embodies style, quality, safety and conveniences.”

“Over the last two decades, Tropicana has consistently created unique developments that combine modern and resort-themed lifestyles. Our extensive experience in designing exclusive and innovative developments is synonymous with the Tropicana brand. We strive to cater for modern lifestyle needs by creating a mixed integrated development complemented by practical design within a strategic location,” he added.


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1st project - "Condo" in Danga Bay waterfront area...
The completion date will be by End/Mar 2015 ??
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Tropicana Danga Bay
Johor Bahru: Expected Completion: Phase 1; 2019
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