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Old April 7th, 2012, 08:01 AM   #1
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SUBANG JAYA CITY CENTRE - SJCC | Subang Jaya (SS 16) | Prep

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Actual Location : SS 16, SUBANG JAYA

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Sime Darby to give Subang Jaya a city centre



By Lee Wei Lian

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 23 — Sime Darby is planning to give its oldest and most famous township, Subang Jaya, a city centre in what it calls an urban renewal effort. The Subang Jaya City Centre (SJCC) will feature commercial buildings that sit on several acres of land between the Subang Parade-Carrefour shopping complexes and the KTM railway tracks.

The TNB substation that occupies four acres of land at the proposed site will be relocated.

Sime Darby says that it is in talks with Prasarana, the owner of the Kelana Jaya LRT to integrate with KTM at SJCC. It said also that there will be a lot of skybridges at the SJCC so that the public can easy access buildings without having to venture onto the roads.



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Benoy announces Malaysia projects

In addition, one of the largest developers in Malaysia has instructed Benoy to deliver a masterplan for the first transit orientated development in the heart of Subang Jaya, Malaysia.

The concept for EAST Precinct is to successfully integrate a mix of retail, hotel, serviced apartments and office suites within the transport infrastructure to create a unique landmark destination that will form an integral part of Subang Jaya City Centre’s vision for the future.


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Old August 18th, 2012, 10:17 AM   #5
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Notable project: ION ORCHARD , SINGAPORE , KL METROPOLIS
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Sime Darby’s Subang Jaya City Centre project gets council waiver

The MPSJ monthly full board meeting was embroiled in a verbal tussle today when councillors deliberated an approval granted to the Subang Jaya City Centre project owner, Sime Darby.

Councillor Rajiv Rishyakaran noted that Subang Jaya assemblywoman Hannah Yeoh had yet to peruse the new traffic circulation plan proposed by Sime Darby when the council’s One Stop Center (OSC) committee had approved it.

Sime Darby presented the plan to Yeoh two weeks ago, seeking a waiver of a condition that requires it to build a flyover in its SS16 project site, and pledged to replace it with some other traffic measures.

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OTHER NOTABLE BENOY PROJECTS:

ELEMENTS, HONG KONG
FERRARI WORLD , Abu Dhabi
Westfield, London
Yen So Park Vietnam
ICC, HK
IFC, Seoul
SHANG HAI IFC MALL
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Old August 18th, 2012, 10:44 AM   #9
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Big rendering here >>> http://www.benoy.com/press/benoy-expands-malaysia



Aug 17: The designer of ICC Hong Kong and Shanghai IFC, Benoy announces Malaysia projects
Official press announcement >>> http://www.benoy.com/press/benoy-expands-malaysia
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Masterplanners Benoy move into Malaysia.

British architecture and design firm Benoy has won two major contracts in Malaysia.

The deals were revealed at the global business summit organised by the British government at the 'British Business Embassy' at Lancaster House to build partnerships between UK firms and international businesses.

Benoy, which has projects in 50 countries across Europe, the Middle East and Asia, has recently opened an office in Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur, its ninth global studio.

Benoy is involved in enhancing the development masterplan of KL Metropolis, Kuala Lumpur’s new International Trade and Exhibition District.

Led by prominent Malaysian developer Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, the development comprises world-class exhibition space, architecturally advanced office buildings, luxury apartments, boutique hotels, a museum, art complexes and a specialist healthcare precinct along with a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment experiences.

The design concept for this ambitious mixed-use destination is inspired by some of the world’s greatest international urban masterplans.

In addition, one of the largest developers in Malaysia has instructed Benoy to deliver a masterplan for the first transit orientated development in the heart of Subang Jaya, Greater Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The concept for EAST Precinct is to successfully integrate a mix of retail, hotel, serviced apartments and office suites within the transport infrastructure to create a unique landmark destination that will form an integral part of Subang Jaya City Centre’s vision for the future.

Graham Cartledge CBE, Benoy chairman, said: "The creative industries are undoubtedly an integral part of the UK’s economic success and future growth, and Benoy is delighted to be a part of this important global summit today.

"As an established British brand, we are particularly pleased to announce our involvement in two landmark projects in Malaysia. Benoy’s first steps into this vibrant country mark an exciting new phase of the firm’s international journey."

The announcements were made as part of Benoy's involvement in the Creative Services summit.

Jacqueline Beckingham, Benoy director, was one of a panel of high profile ambassadors for the UK’s creative industries sector. The day-long meeting is one of 18 high profile summits organised by UK Trade & Investment during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Trade and investment minister Lord Green said: "The strength of the creative services sector in the UK is something of which we can all be proud and I congratulate Benoy on its success in securing major new design contracts in Malaysia.

"With the world's spotlight on the UK this summer we are working hard through the British Business Embassy programme to make sure companies like this are among those capitalising on the unique opportunity we have in 2012 to secure new international business."

Benoy’s work embraces a range of projects including retail, leisure and tourism, urban regeneration, transportation and residential.




Part of KL Metropolis, Kuala Lumpur’s new International Trade and Exhibition District.



Part of the new EAST Precinct of Subang Jaya City Centre.
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Great project for Subang Jaya, at least it'll have something in the scale of PJ Sentral, i.e. a proper city center for finance and business...

And this explains why the high-tension wires have been relocated closer to the clock tower and on those thin metal poles... I thought it was just for the construction of the LRT viaduct but didn't know that SJCC's development is also another factor!
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initiate plan to start this by Q1 next year.. not sure any changes..

have they launch this?
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initiate plan to start this by Q1 next year.. not sure any changes..

have they launch this?
Havent launch yet..
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Subang Jaya New City Centre, Greater KL
Designer: Benoy


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*Aerial view from Glenmarie*


*1km stretch of retail malls, hotels, sohos and office suites*


*Integrated Transport Terminal-Subang Jaya (ITT)



This is the future of SS16 (Jalan SS16/1), also known as SJCC (Subang Jaya City Centre) in 2015. An international landmark with world class facilities and infrastructure in the Subang Jaya metropolitan area. In the coming future, there will have a link indoor bridge from SJCC through the Federal highway to the upcoming commercial development Kencana Square in Glenmarie.
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Sime Darby Property, the project owner and one of the largest developers in Malaysia has instructed Benoy to deliver a masterplan for the first transit-orientated development in the heart of Subang Jaya, Malaysia. The concept of the master plan is to create a multi-modal transport hub that successfully integrates a mix of retail, hotel, service apartments, SOHO and office suites to create a unique landmark destination reducing dependency on cars so forming an integral part of the Subang Jaya City Centre’s vision for a green and sustainable future.

With a site area of 9.2 acres and spanning nearly 1 km, the development will create destination for living, working and for leisure. It will be easily accessible through a network of major highways, KTM commuter train, future LRT elevated rail and serviced via a dedicated ‘park & ride’ facility. One acre of landscaped linear park at street level with car free pedestrian routes and cycle paths provide links to other destinations in the vicinity. Linear parking along the street separates car traffic from cycles and pedestrians providing safe routes and interesting public space for the enjoyment of the community.

Landscaped areas will be irrigated by rain harvesting from OSD thus maintaining the development's green vision. With a series of sunken landscaped pockets and major event spaces dispersed along a street-level pedestrian promenade, the exciting retail offering is envisaged to be a permeable urban edge designed to maximise retail sightlines – achieving a balance between creative aesthetics and commercial viability.

Inspired by the natural history of the site and the intricate patterns of the oil palm tree, the design concept seeks to create an architectural language which stitches the various components together. The development will be crowned by a simple yet iconic roof element which will weave along the rooftop landscaped spine.
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Benoy gunning for transport integrated projects



By Wong Mei Kay of The Edge Malaysia

Monday, 01 October 2012 00:00



Simon Blore, the managing director of architectural firm Benoy, is no stranger to Malaysia. The Englishman had briefly worked on the proposed Kuala Lumpur Linear City project in the late 1990s before it was shelved. He was also involved in the early design work of the stations for the KL Monorail.

Benoy is an award-winning international firm of architects, masterplanners, interior architects and graphic designers working from design studios in the UK, the Middle East, India, China and Asia.

Blore, according to his colleague Richard Lee, who is associate director of Benoy Malaysia, speaks better Malay than Cantonese, although he spends most of his time at Benoy’s Hong Kong office.


When City & Country catches up with the duo at their recently established office in KL Sentral, they are busy attending a flurry of meetings to pitch Benoy’s vast international experience in mixed-use developments to established Malaysian developers.

The firm is quickly putting in proposals, offering its expertise as the country goes ahead with its urban rail projects in the Klang Valley worth tens of billions of ringgit, such as the extension of the light rail transit (LRT) system and the construction of the mass rapid transit (MRT) system.

So far, Benoy has inked deals on two mixed-use integrated projects that will be linked to future LRT and MRT stations as well as a seafront development in Sabah.

Global drive
Benoy was established by Gordon Benoy in 1947 in the UK, but it only embarked on an aggressive global expansion 10 years ago. It took a leap of faith when it decided to handle its
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KL Metropolis
So, who has he met on his trip here? After some probing, Blore reveals that he has met up with Marcus Karakashian, project director of Mass Rapid Transit Corp Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) as well as local property players UEM Land Holdings Bhd, Bandar Raya Developments Bhd (BRDB), Sime Darby Property Bhd, IJM Land Bhd, Gamuda Land Sdn Bhd and Sunway Integrated Properties Sdn Bhd. But he is not quite done yet, saying he has a meeting with Dijaya Corp Bhd later in the evening.


Elaborating on the firm’s upcoming three projects in Malaysia over the next few years, Lee says the largest would involve the KL Metropolis, which will be located on 75.5 acres of prime land in Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur. The project will be linked to the MRT as well as the LRT extension. The ambitious mixed-use development is spearheaded by Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd and Benoy is involved in enhancing its master plan.


The development will comprise world-class exhibition space, office buildings, luxury apartments, boutique hotels, a museum, art complexes and a specialist healthcare precinct along with a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment outlets. It will also house the new Matrade Convention and Exhibition Centre, whose main building works are scheduled to commence later this year.

Benoy and Lee are coy about revealing the details of the other two projects as the final blueprints are still in the works. “At this point in time, we can only reveal that one of the upcoming projects will be a mixed-use integrated development in the mature suburb of Subang Jaya, which will be linked to the current KTM station and the LRT extension. The other project is a seafront development in Sabah,” says Lee.


In a press release, Benoy had stated that one of the largest developers in the country had instructed it to deliver a master plan for the first transit-orientated development in the heart of Subang Jaya, known as the EAST Precinct.


The aim is to integrate a mix of retail, hotel, serviced apartments and office suites within the transport infrastructure to create a unique landmark that will form an integral part of Subang Jaya City Centre.


Game changers
The market is becoming increasingly competitive as more integrated projects are being built, pressuring architects to come up with better concepts and designs. Blore admits that the biggest challenge now is working with a client to settle on a design brief, given that “the market changes by the minute now”.

He adds that building designs have been getting bolder over the years and will be more so in the future. “I foresee technological advancements paving the way for interactive buildings. We are talking about huge slates of media walls made out of LED lights, which can change colour and form at cue.

“The marriage of social media and mobile apps is another game changer and will play a role, for instance, in helping retailers communicate their products and promotions directly to consumers the minute they walk into a mall or a particular store.”



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Old October 1st, 2012, 02:43 PM   #16
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Hopefully there was a planning to redesign subang jaya ktm station



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Proposed Subang Jaya station (future interchange of KTM Komuter and Kelana Jaya line extension)

As seen in GTP fair in Sunway.

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I wonder how will the traffic circulation when this station being done, the road along that station is narrow and the existing road system needs to be reconfigured or modified to handle more vehicles (taxi + bus + private vehicles)...

Ah, side view

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ok guys,, we are gonna get another large mall here...
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Old November 16th, 2012, 04:18 PM   #19
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It does look huge on the rendering. 2,000,000 sqft?
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so many shopping mall nearby. tropicana metropark mall also about 1 mill sqft right
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