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Old February 22nd, 2010, 05:54 PM   #581
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Hi all, an empty sign board has been set up on the carpark land next to Menara Axis and Asia Jaya LRT. Any idea what development is that? Thanks in advance
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PKNS pemaju tunggal urus perumahan kos rendah
Isnin, 22 Februari 2010 | Ruangan: Berita

HULU KLANG, 21 Feb - Kerajaan Selangor bercadang untuk melantik Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) sebagai pemaju tunggal bagi menyelenggara dan mengurus perumahan kos rendah.

Ini berikutan kebanyakan pemaju swasta tidak berminat mengambil alih projek kos rendah atas alasan ia tidak menguntungkan.

Di Ukay Bistari dan Saujana Puchong, Exco Perumahan, Pengurusan Bangunan dan Setinggan, Iskandar Samad menyatakan terdapat 7,405 unit kediaman di seluruh Selangor sedang dibaik pulih dan tender akan dikeluarkan bagi mengenal pasti kontraktor yang mampu mengalas tugas dengan baik.

“Ya PKNS sebab kita hendak pertingkatkan anak syarikat negeri, supaya ada kepakaran. Dalam banyak kes kita lihat swasta dia lebih kepada pulangan. PKNS itu ada tanggungjawab dia kepada rakyat,” katanya.

Iskandar juga melahir keyakinannya terhadap peranan Jawatankuasa Khas Pemulihan Rumah Terbengkalai Negeri Selangor yang ditubuhkan pada tahun 2008.

Penubuhan Jawatankuasa Khas yang ditubuhkan pada 2008 dan diketuai Adun Hulu Klang, Saari Sungib itu membuktikan kerajaan negeri memandang serius masalah perumahan rakyat.

Ini sekali gus dapat membela nasib rakyat yang dianak tiri kerajaan Umno-BN sebelum ini. Ia juga akan memperkasa salah satu Pakej Ransangan Ekonomi Selangor iaitu perumahan untuk rakyat

“Hari ini, kita melihat bahawa usaha Jawatankuasa Khas itu berjaya. Kita dapat menyerahkan kunci kepada penduduk dan sekarang ini kita cuma ada CF sementara.

“Perbincangan dengan MPAJ mendapati CF belum dikeluarkan atas sebab teknikal sahaja. Dalam masa satu minggu, kita akan dapat CF dan penduduk boleh duduk di rumah dengan senang hati,” katanya

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MAH Sing Group Bhd says it had completed the purchase of 7.93 hectares in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, from Panasonic HA Air-Conditioning (M) Sdn Bhd for RM89 million of RM104.23 per sq ft.
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Selangor Vision City Offers Almost 90,000 Jobs, Says MB

SHAH ALAM, March 2 (Bernama) -- The 4,395-ha Selangor Vision City (SVC) development, costing RM10 billion and covers Bukit Jelutong, Elmina, Kota Elmina dan Lagong, is expected to offer almost 90,000 employment opportunities.

Lagong alone, an area next to a highway and has a railway line cutting across it, had the potential to offer up to 33,000 jobs as it would be developed as an industrial area for small and medium enterprises, Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said Tuesday.

He said Kota Elmina, to be turned into a high-tech industrial area and house an international trade centre, would offer more than 56,000 job opportunities.

Elmina would become a green health centre, he added.

"For the purpose of development, Bukit Jelutong -- now known as a prestigious residential area -- will serve as a gateway to SVC and have various facilities including a commercial centre," he said at a briefing on the SVC Development Proposal here today.

The briefing was given by AJM Planning & Urban Design Group Sdn Bhd Managing Director Norliza Hashim. Present was Sime Darby Property Managing Director Datuk Tunku Putra Badlishah Tunku Annuar.

Khalid said the SVC development plan was prepared in March 2007 to create employment and business opportunities in Selangor until 2025.

The proposal was good for Selangor but the state government needed to conduct an indepth study because it would involve many parties and Malay reserve land, he said.

The developer also should be aware that many issues had to be considered especially matters relating to powers of the state and federal governments like in the construction of a public transport system, he said.

"Besides, the developer also has to take into account the cost of maintenance and development of a solid waste disposal facility using the latest technology so that it will not burden the local authorities involved, namely the Shah Alam City Council and Selayang Municipal Council," he said.

Khalid said the developer also must build afforable houses for the low-income residents.

He advised people from several villages involved in the SVC development not sell their land to other parties before obtaining detailed information about the project.

The developer had been told to meet the residents and explain to them in details about the project so that none would get confused, he added.

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Sime Darby Prop awaits approvals for Selangor Vision City
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Tuesday, 02 March 2010 23:46

SHAH ALAM: Sime Darby Property Bhd is awaiting the approval from the state and federal governments on its plans for its proposed 10,861-acre (4,395ha) Selangor Vision City (SVC) development, said its managing director Tunku Datuk Putra Badlishah Tunku Annuar.

Speaking to reporters after a presentation of the SVC development to Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim here today, Tunku Badlishah said the proposal had taken a while as it was a massive project.

According to Sime Darby Property, 3,450 acres of SVC's 10,861 acres have already been developed.

The SVC is located along the Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE) from Lagong to Bukit Jelutong where 11,000 acres of the proposed 45,175 acre stretch belong to Sime Darby. It would also incorporate existing townships such as Subang Jaya and Bukit Jelutong.

At a separate event in i-City later, Khalid said he hoped to announce the status of the application by Sime Darby Property next month through the regular approval process.

The idea for the SVC was first mooted in 2007, while a masterplan, the Sime Darby Vision Valley (SDVV), was unveiled in 2009. The SDVV, comprising the SVC and the Negri Sembilan Vision City, is expected to generate a gross development value (GDV) of up to RM30 billion and span over two decades.

It has been reported that the entire SVC project will have an estimated GDV of RM10 billion and is envisioned to be the backbone of the northern Shah Alam and southern Selayang areas.

"Instead of doing this project piecemeal, we are trying to get the entire approval under a special area plan, which also involves getting approval at the federal level," said Tunku Badlishah. "There will be a meeting with the (federal planning) authorities on March 17, and once they are okay with this, we can move ahead with details."

He said Sime Darby Property was "always open" to joint-ventures with other developers, although it was not talking to any party now.

"The project is still in the concept stage and there has been no approval given yet, so we cannot move ahead until we get this," he said.

He said the two main priority areas of the SVC are the Bukit Jelutong City Centre and an environmentally-friendly township named Elmina East, which has an estimated GDV of RM6 billion.
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Star Publications’ former HQ to be developed into mixed residential commercial development
By Racheal Lee of theedgeproperty.com
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 20:00

KUALA LUMPUR: Construction firm JAKS Resources Bhd and Star Publications (Malaysia) Bhd will jointly develop the former Star headquarters in Section 13, Petaling Jaya, into a RM370-million mixed residential and commercial development.

JAKS Resources said in a filing to Bursa Malaysia on March 3 that its indirect subsidiary JAKS Island Circle Sdn Bhd had on the same day entered into a joint development agreement with Star Publications for the development of the six-acre leasehold land.

“The proposed development will entail a mixed residential and commercial development comprising two office blocks, a commercial-cum-educational block and a residential block. The land currently has several blocks of warehouses that are occupied but will be vacated by the year end,” it added.

To partly finance the development, Star Publications and JAKS Island Circle will jointly apply for banking facilities of not more than RM50 million. The latter will also use its internal funds or source external borrowings to finance the development.

JAKS Island Circle is required to submit the application for the conversion of land use and the extension of the lease on the Land to a 99-year lease upon the conversion of the land use from “Industry” to “Building”.

Upon completion of the project, JAKS Island Circle will be entitled to 70% of the gross development value (GDV) or RM259 million of the saleable office units, based on the plot ratio of not less than 1:3.5. Star Publications will be entitled to the remaining saleable office units.

“In the event that JAKS Island Circle is successful in increasing the plot ratio, then Star Publications shall be entitled to a further 5% of the increase in the GDV,” it said.

The parent company added that JAKS Island Circle shall be solely responsible to Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) in fulfilling the terms of the build and let agreement and the lease agreement, and that JAKS Island Circle shall grant a right of first refusal to UTAR to enter into a lease of up to 25 years in respect of the commercial-cum-educational block at the monthly rental of RM2 psf and monthly service charges of 20 sen psf for the initial lease period of the first three years.
“JAKS Island Circle and UTAR shall agree on and execute the build and let agreement and the lease agreement and further agree on the proposed building plan and specifications for the block, failing which, JAKS Island Circle shall be at liberty to deal with such other party in respect of the block and convert the design, usage and building plan in such manner as JAKS Island Circle shall deem fit,” it said.

i also heard about new proposal 4 a boutique hotel in dis area...any idea??
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Wednesday, 03 March 2010 20:00

KUALA LUMPUR: Construction firm JAKS Resources Bhd and Star Publications (Malaysia) Bhd will jointly develop the former Star headquarters in Section 13, Petaling Jaya, into a RM370-million mixed residential and commercial development.

JAKS Resources said in a filing to Bursa Malaysia on March 3 that its indirect subsidiary JAKS Island Circle Sdn Bhd had on the same day entered into a joint development agreement with Star Publications for the development of the six-acre leasehold land.

“The proposed development will entail a mixed residential and commercial development comprising two office blocks, a commercial-cum-educational block and a residential block. The land currently has several blocks of warehouses that are occupied but will be vacated by the year end,” it added.

To partly finance the development, Star Publications and JAKS Island Circle will jointly apply for banking facilities of not more than RM50 million. The latter will also use its internal funds or source external borrowings to finance the development.

JAKS Island Circle is required to submit the application for the conversion of land use and the extension of the lease on the Land to a 99-year lease upon the conversion of the land use from “Industry” to “Building”.

Upon completion of the project, JAKS Island Circle will be entitled to 70% of the gross development value (GDV) or RM259 million of the saleable office units, based on the plot ratio of not less than 1:3.5. Star Publications will be entitled to the remaining saleable office units.

“In the event that JAKS Island Circle is successful in increasing the plot ratio, then Star Publications shall be entitled to a further 5% of the increase in the GDV,” it said.

The parent company added that JAKS Island Circle shall be solely responsible to Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) in fulfilling the terms of the build and let agreement and the lease agreement, and that JAKS Island Circle shall grant a right of first refusal to UTAR to enter into a lease of up to 25 years in respect of the commercial-cum-educational block at the monthly rental of RM2 psf and monthly service charges of 20 sen psf for the initial lease period of the first three years.
“JAKS Island Circle and UTAR shall agree on and execute the build and let agreement and the lease agreement and further agree on the proposed building plan and specifications for the block, failing which, JAKS Island Circle shall be at liberty to deal with such other party in respect of the block and convert the design, usage and building plan in such manner as JAKS Island Circle shall deem fit,” it said.
New building for Star radio stations and multimedia ops

PETALING JAYA: Star Publications (M) Bhd will soon have its own building to house its three radio stations and its expanding multi-media business at its current property at Section 13 here.

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) has also been earmarked to have its new city campus located at the site, which could take in up to 10,000 students as part of its expansion plan.

The university would have the option of a 25-year rental lease on the purpose-built campus, Star said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia.

This follows Star’s joint-venture agreement with JAKS Island Circle Sdn Bhd, a 51% owned subsidiary of JAKS Sdn Bhd which in turn is a wholly-owned unit of JAKS Resources.

The proposed development will comprise two office blocks, a commercial-cum-educational block of 20 storeys and a residential block of 15 storeys with a gross development value (GDV) of RM370mil.

The project, expected to be completed within 60 months, will be developed on a piece of land owned by Star measuring 24,568 sq metres.

Under the agreement between Star and JAKS Island Circle, Star will be entitled to 30% of the GDV or RM111mil, whichever is higher based on the plot ratio of 1:3.5.

The proposed development would not have any effect on the issued and paid-up capital and shareholdings of substantial shareholders of the company.

“The proposed development is not expected to have any material impact on the earnings, net assets and gearing of the group for the financial year ending Dec 31, 2010,” it said, adding that the project was expected to enhance the group’s net assets in the long term.

The cost of development, estimated at RM280mil, will be borne by JAKS Island Circle.
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Space U8 will be the first commercial hotspot in Selangor to adopt the SUMO (Shop Unit Mall Office) concept which promises a unique contemporary lifestyle combining business and leisure all under one roof.
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Space U8 to open in July 2010
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Friday, 05 March 2010 17:16




PETALING JAYA: Space U8 in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam will open its doors to the public in July 2010. The 4-storey commercial project with a built-up of 700,000 sq ft is built on a hybrid concept of dual frontage, featuring shop offices on the outer frontage with an inner façade of retail outlets.
Developed by Mainstay Development Sdn Bhd, it is touted to be the first project in Selangor to adopt the Shop Unit Mall Office (SUMO) concept, which combines business and leisure under one roof. The freehold project has a gross development value of RM220 million.

Mainstay’s executive chairman Raja Mohd Azmi Raja Razali told theedgeproperty.com that 75% of the retail component has been leased and the company expects full tenancy by May 2010. It has 232 units with 58 units per floor. As its name suggests, every retail unit offers a generous space larger than conventional shop offices (intermediate unit size is 25 ft x 90 ft while corner & display unit size is 29 ft x 90 ft).

The company is in the midst of signing on a major home deco outlet, a bowling centre, an electrical appliance outlet, a fresh garden market, a specialist medical centre plus new concepts in retail and entertainment that have not been seen in Malaysia, said Raja Mohd Azmi.

Every unit is also designed to face the central courtyard, where Mainstay has spent RM20 million on a lavish water feature.

The project also sports a unique green feature - about 220,000 tyres were installed in the foundation of the premises, which allows SPACE U8 to maintain a comfortable 27 degree Celsius throughout. The layout was also designed to be disabled-friendly.

Creative use of glass and earth tones combined with natural lighting and striking landscaping create a spacious, airy atmosphere. Food and beverage outlets will be located on the ground floor spreading over an open plaza facing the central courtyard.
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PETALING JAYA: Space U8 in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam will open its doors to the public in July 2010. The 4-storey commercial project with a built-up of 700,000 sq ft is built on a hybrid concept of dual frontage, featuring shop offices on the outer frontage with an inner façade of retail outlets.
Developed by Mainstay Development Sdn Bhd, it is touted to be the first project in Selangor to adopt the Shop Unit Mall Office (SUMO) concept, which combines business and leisure under one roof. The freehold project has a gross development value of RM220 million.

Mainstay’s executive chairman Raja Mohd Azmi Raja Razali told theedgeproperty.com that 75% of the retail component has been leased and the company expects full tenancy by May 2010. It has 232 units with 58 units per floor. As its name suggests, every retail unit offers a generous space larger than conventional shop offices (intermediate unit size is 25 ft x 90 ft while corner & display unit size is 29 ft x 90 ft).

The company is in the midst of signing on a major home deco outlet, a bowling centre, an electrical appliance outlet, a fresh garden market, a specialist medical centre plus new concepts in retail and entertainment that have not been seen in Malaysia, said Raja Mohd Azmi.

Every unit is also designed to face the central courtyard, where Mainstay has spent RM20 million on a lavish water feature.

The project also sports a unique green feature - about 220,000 tyres were installed in the foundation of the premises, which allows SPACE U8 to maintain a comfortable 27 degree Celsius throughout. The layout was also designed to be disabled-friendly.

Creative use of glass and earth tones combined with natural lighting and striking landscaping create a spacious, airy atmosphere. Food and beverage outlets will be located on the ground floor spreading over an open plaza facing the central courtyard.


Update Space U8 to open in September, soft launch in July
By Siti Radziah Hamzah of theedgeproperty.com
Monday, 08 March 2010 19:50

PETALING JAYA: Space U8 will be officially opened to the public in September 2010. However, a soft launch event for invited guests is being planned in conjunction with the Soccer World Cup tournament in July.

Developed by Mainstay Development Sdn Bhd, the project in Bukit Jelutong, Selangor, which adopts the Shop Unit Mall Office (SUMO) concept, has a gross development value of RM220 million.

Mainstay’s executive chairman Raja Mohd Azmi Raja Razali said Space U8 will host some crowd-pulling events during the World Cup period and expects to attract some 1,000 guests to the events. He was clarifying an earlier report that said the development will open in July.

To date, some 75% of the retail component has been leased and the company expects full tenancy by May 2010

The 4-storey commercial project, with a built-up of 700,000 sq ft, is built on a hybrid concept of dual frontage, featuring shopoffices on the outer frontage with an inner façade of retail outlets.
The project also sports a unique green feature -- about 220,000 tyres were installed in the foundation of the premises, which allows Space U8 to maintain a comfortable 27 degree Celsius throughout the day. The layout design is also disabled-friendly.
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I like the centre courtyard concept it reminds of bali galleria just that if its a/c and inclosed defeats the idea in the first place(Its something like the curve where all the restaurants are)As long as the shop unit are a/c with nice landscaping will do it.If i am not wrong when bukit jelutong was in planning stage this lot was to be a hospital!
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i heard about a new soho project at sect13 pj...any1 knw??
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at the side of Lisa De Inn Hotel.... or opposite Sin Chew Newspaper office...
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I saw One South, Seri Kembangan advertisement at TheStar.........
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RESIDENTS of SS5 Kelana Jaya can no longer tolerate the heavy traffic flow since the construction of a new project which started a few months ago.

“None of the residents here were told or informed of the project by the developer. We do not even know that a huge commercial centre would be sitting next to our homes until we saw the lorries moving into this area,” said SS5 Action Committee chairman Astornuddin Omar.

Astornuddin said they found out about the project only after reading the signage placed at the site.

“Some of us have lived here for more than 27 years and we have not had anything so huge built here,” said Astornuddin who headed the peaceful protest on Saturday in front of the site in Jalan SS5D/6.


According to the residents, the nine-storey Soho complex was the third project planned on the same vacant lot since 1996.

“The previous projects did not continue after some minor piling work, hence the same lot had seen a change of hands several times,” said its secretary, Sangaran Kutty Menon.

He said the land was previously gazetted under institutional land. However, they were informed that it had changed to commercial land after it was sold.

Near the lot are a therapy centre, a senior citizens association as well as two schools.

“As it is now we are already suffering with the traffic on weekdays especially during peak hours where parents come to pick their children up from school.

“We have no problems as most of us understand that these cars are only here for a short while. But we are worried about the tractors and bulldozers coming into the same road as well, leaving the roads clogged up,” said Sagaran.

He said the problem could turn bad at times when residents could not get in or out of their homes.

Another resident Abdul Wahid Mohd Zain said he could not understand how the road in housing area could withstand the commercial traffic.

“This road here is built for a housing area and not meant for commercial area,” said the architect.

The group had met their assemblyman Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad to resolve the problem and was even given a chance to meet the Selangor mentri besar last year.

Sangaran said they understood they could not stop the project as it had been approved by the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ).

During the early morning protest, the residents also presented a memorandum to MBPJ councillor Muzammil Hafiz who said he would try to help the residents on both the project as well as the traffic problems.
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i think dats PJ5 Soho... ared posted before...
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There's a new project near Giant Mall Kelana Jaya and The Paradigm called "Taragon Kelana".



Location : Kelana Jaya, Malaysia
Type : Commercial Development consisting of shop offices, retail lots and an office suites tower
Targeted Launch Date : Mid 2010
Targeted Completion : 2012

the launch of taragon kelana dis wknd at their sales ofice jln SS6/6 Kelana jaya
18-21/3/2010
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Any1 here is able to get pix of the soon-to-open SStwo mall? Passed by the place and looks good, with the lighting and all, but still unable to view the interior...

Surprisingly though, even though the place is opening by middle of this year, there does not seem to be a website. How come eh?
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Blackstone Seven launches Taragon Kelana Commercial Centre
By Sharon Kam of theedgeproperty.com
Thursday, 18 March 2010 18:49



PETALING JAYA: Property developer Blackstone Seven Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Allstones Group Asia, has launched its latest project -- the Taragon Kelana Commercial Centre (pictured) in Kelana Jaya.

With an estimated gross development value of RM 80 million, the freehold commercial development on a 1.1-acre site is targeted for completion in 3Q2011. Taragon Kelana Commercial Centre comprises 60 units of office suites with a high-end lobby in the office tower Menara Taragon, five ground retail lots and eight blocks of shopoffices. The development is protected by three-tiered security.

All the shopoffices have been fully sold prior to the launch and only the office suites in Menara Taragon are available for purchase.

At RM407 psf onwards, the office suite sizes range from 1,054 to 1,388 sq ft.

“Taragon Kelana Commercial Centre is located at a prime position within a mixed commercial development and mature commercial area with the necessary amenities such as the Giant hypermarket, banks and food establishments. It is also close to the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP) and other major highways. We see Taragon Kelana as a commercial centre that will change the landscape of this area,” said K H Sim, Chairman of Allstones Group Asia in a statement on March 17 in conjunction with the launch.

Each office suite at Taragon Kelana features flexible modular layouts, en suite bathroom, individual balcony and an enhanced security system with card key access for lifts. Citing security as a top priority, car park floors and common areas will have panic buttons, standard close circuit televisions (CCTVs) and 24-hour security.

The project will also feature a central water feature and landscaped piazza while a basement car park along with a 7-level car park will be developed to cater to the whole development.

In conjunction with the official launch, Allstones Group Asia will offer a unique “366 Scheme” with a net return of 18% over three years, applicable for levels 12 and 13 of the office suites. In this scheme, the developer will bear the service charges and sinking fund payable.

Alternatively, the “3131 Special” will offer purchasers of the office suites at other floors a 5% discount and a free car park lot with each unit. “Both official launch specials will end on March 31, 2010,” says Sim.

Allstones Group Asia’s previous completed developments include Taragon Yap Kwan Seng and Taragon Puteri Cheras.

In addition, the Group has two ongoing projects, Taragon Puteri KL and Taragon Kelana. Past investments include Taragon Mont’Kiara, Taragon Puteri Kemensah and the purchase of distressed mortgages in Malaysia.
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