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Old July 7th, 2010, 09:30 AM   #1
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PETALING JAYA | PJ Sentral Garden City | 200m+ | 60 fl | 27 fl | U/C

A more vibrant city
Wednesday July 7, 2010 By Yip Yoke Teng



Taking a good look: (From left) Imran, PKNS business development senior
manager Norzila Sidek and Halcrow Consulting transport planning manager
Susan Teoh looking at the PJ Sentral Garden City project’s artist’s impression.


EASY access, covered walkways and public parks are some of the infrastructure incorporated into the proposed project planned at the PKNS site in Section 52, Petaling Jaya.

The developer, Bisraya Construction Sdn Bhd, said this was to cater to the increase in demand that came with the urban regeneration effort.

Its director, Imran Salim, in a briefing to reporters at a hotel in Petaling Jaya, said the aim of the project was to revitalise Petaling Jaya city centre, which was showing signs of ageing and decaying with businesses draining out from the area.

In recognising the potential traffic problems highlighted by certain quarters, he outlined 11 points that could help improve the local and regional traffic condition.

Imran said the company would be doing more than what was required by the local authorities to improve existing infrastructure to meet the growth.

The project, PJ Sentral Garden City, will have three accesses namely from Jalan Barat, Jalan Sultan and Persiaran Barat.

The 11 measures proposed are:

---> An extra lane from Federal Highway to Jalan Barat;

---> Signals at the junction along Lorong 8/1E and Jalan Barat removed;

---> Signals at junction along Jalan Penchala and Jalan Sungai Jerneh 8/1 removed;

---> Three-armed signalised junction for Persiaran Barat and Jalan Barat;

---> Extra lane for U-turn into Jalan Penchala southbound;

---> Extra lanes from Jalan Timur to Federal Highway;

---> Extra lanes for Persiaran Barat;

---> Dual (two) road for Taman Jaya LRT to proposed development;

---> New left-in, left-out access to proposed development;

---> Flyover across Jalan Penchala/Jalan Templer roundabout, 2km dual-3 urban main arterial road for Jalan Penchala; and

---> Flyover in the form of a three-tier infrastructure for Jalan Penchala and NPE-KTM on the ground, NPE westbound and eastbound on tier 2 and 3 respectively.

Imran said the company had set aside RM14mil for the proposals, which would improve the local traffic situation.

“We would also contribute with the other developers the RM96mil required by the council for the last two proposals mentioned and which would improve the regional traffic condition.

“The developer has also paid RM11mil as required under the Development Order and another RM3mil for infrastructure.

“The Gross Development Value of this project is RM2bil. It is in our best interest to ensure that the traffic flows smoothly to make the development viable,” he said.

The project that has been in the limelight recently is a joint venture between PKNS and Bisraya, owned by Gapurna Group that is also developing the 348 Sentral project in Jalan Tun Sambathan, Brickfields.

Phase One of the project covers the construction of Office Tower 1 and infrastructure at Lot 8.

Phase Two covers a podium for retail and restaurants, Office Tower 2, 3 and 4 as well as infrastructure on Lot 12.

On Lot 12, under Phase Three, there will be the construction of a business hotel and infrastructure, while Phase Four will see the construction of service apartments, central park and infrastructure — also on Lot 12.

The project — poised to transform the area into PJ’s Central Business District — is estimated to take six years to complete.

“We are here to develop something for the use of all. In addition to ample parking space at affordable rates, we are building covered pedestrian walkways with security features to encourage the use of public transport as well as link bridges between buildings,” he said, adding that the company would also contribute to shuttle services connecting to the KTM stations.

The project would provide 7,534 parking bays as required by the council, as well as an extra 235 for the comfort of the public, he said.

Imran also highlighted that the buildings were geared to be environment-friendly, with adherence to Green Building Index and other international requirements.

He said the status of Lot 8, which had the veterinary department now, had been re-zoned as commercial in RTPJ1 with the department to be relocated to a new facility in Sungai Buloh.

Asked about the forums for residents to give their views, he said that would be carried out in different sessions after the Hari Raya holidays.

“We would like to use this period to gather the design details and we will be bringing in experts from Hong Kong and Singapore who are familiar with urban regeneration to have the discussions with the public,” he said.
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RM2b project to spruce up PJ's Section 52
By Zaidi Isham IsmailPublished: 2010/07/07

BUILDER and property developer Bisraya Construction Sdn Bhd will develop 4.8ha in Section 52, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, by the middle of next year as part of efforts to spruce up the city.

The project, dubbed PJ Sentral and with RM2 billion gross development value, will involve upgrading and rehabilitating several buildings and facilities in addition to implementing traffic dispersal systems and new routes.

"The project will be carried out over four phases over the next six years, and will be financed by raising bonds, borrowings from local and foreign banks, and internally generated funds," Bisraya director Imran Salim told a media briefing in Petaling Jaya yesterday.

It will be undertaken as a joint venture with Selangor economic and investment arm Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS).

Bisraya, a subsidiary of Gapurna Group, received approval from PKNS in June last year for the development.

The project is in the vicinity of Jalan Barat, Hilton Petaling Jaya hotel, A&W drive-in restaurant, light rail transit (LRT) station and Amcorp Mall adjacent to the Federal Highway.

It will have four office towers, a residential tower and a hotel with green features. It will also be the site of PKNS' new headquarters.

The proposed traffic dispersal is aimed at easing the bottlenecks at Jalan Barat and Jalan Templer, such as new alternate routes linking directly to existing high-ways like the New Pantai Expressway.

The development will also be pedestrian-friendly with good connectivity to the nearby Asia Jaya and Taman Jaya LRT stations.
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PKNS plans redevelopment of HQ site
By Siti Radziah Hamzah of theedgeproperty.com Wednesday, 02 June 2010 18:22



PETALING JAYA: PKNS, the Selangor State Development Corp has submitted plans for a project with an estimated gross development value (GDV) of between RM3 billion and RM3.5 billion to redevelop its current headquarters (pictured) in Persiaran Barat, Petaling Jaya.

The 10-acre site is among 16 old commercial and residential properties owned by PKNS identified for redevelopment in the Klang Valley.

“This signifies the beginning of our redevelopment programme under the Selangor state’s stimulus package,” PKNS general manager, Othman Omar told theedgeproperty.com recently.

“The plan is for a mixed development that includes commercial, retail, serviced apartments, hotel and office tower,” he said.

Othman said PKNS has submitted the proposed plan for the Persiaran Barat site for planning approval to the Petaling Jaya City Council.

PKNS is targeting to commence work on the site at end-2011 and the development is expected to take between 10 and 15 years.

He added that PKNS has also engaged consultancy Halcrow Group to carry out the traffic-impact assessment on the surrounding area.

“The new location of our headquarter is at Precinct 8.8 in Shah Alam, considering that it is the capital city of Selangor. It is one of the first few integrated townships built by PKNS as well and one of the most sustainable townships in Malaysia,” Othman said.

He added that the new headquarters would be a green development.

Othman also disclosed that PKNS had called for international proposals to jointly redevelop the 13.5-acre Sport Complex site in Kelana Jaya late last year.

“Seventeen companies including international companies submitted proposals and we are in the process of evaluating them,” he said.

The redevelopment plans are for a green development providing sports facilities.

Earlier this year, PKNS had announced the redevelopment of Taman Keramat in Jalan Jelatek, Kuala Lumpur into a mixed development called Datum Jelatek. The project with an estimated GDV of RM1.35 billion will be launched next year.

Jointly developed by PKNS and its subsidiary company Worldwide Holdings Bhd, the plot currently has four blocks of PKNS Taman Keramat flats on it.

Dubbed “Columbia Flats” for its drug and vice dens during the 1980s, the flats will be replaced with four 45-storey buildings comprising residential and commercial units, a hotel and a shopping mall over the next three to five years.
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RM10bil for redevelopment
THE urban regeneration programme in Petaling Jaya, which will see redevelopment projects in prime areas over the next five years, is estimated to cost RM10bil, said Petaling Jaya city mayor Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman.

Urban regeneration was one of the six economic stimulus packages adopted by Selangor last year to tackle recession and is aimed at creating jobs and generating income as well as making the city vibrant.

“This is still in the pipeline. It will see new projects comprising hotels, condominiums and other commercial developments,” Roslan said after attending Petaling Jaya’s fifth City Day celebration at Petaling Jaya Stadium.

Roslan was referring to the projects that were being planned by the Selangor Development Corporation (PKNS), which was said to be involved in projects such as PJ Sentral Garden City and PJ Elevated City.
“All these projects are planned as sustainable development that will provide more jobs in the next five years.

“As Petaling Jaya is not the state capital, we have to strive harder on our own to find allocations for development,” he said.

He also said there were 138 registered residents associations with the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ).

“We provide RM2,000 as a yearly contribution to each association,” he added.

Roslan has been quoted in a national Malay daily as saying that the emphasis on physical development would provide a new look for Petaling Jaya, adding that the redevelopment projects would strengthen this city and fulfill the modern lifestyle needs of its denizens through the increase of infrastructure, utilities and public facilities.

The two-day anniversary celebration saw a hive of activities taking place. They included a street food carnival, classic car convoy, street soccer tournament, sand art, colouring contest, cooking competitions and a self-defence demonstration.

Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim was the guest of honour at the closing ceremony held in the stadium yesterday night that also saw a marching band competition.

To mark Petaling Jaya City Day, Roslan also announced that MBPJ was offering free parking today at the lots owned by the council.

Other activities lined up are the PJ RC Powerboat and Mountain Bike Challenge 2011 on June 25 and 26, and the inaugural Petaling Jaya Green Personality Award. For details, go to www.mbpj.gov.my
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Fenced up.. This thread should be renamed to PJ Sentral Garden City

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any new photo at site. is it still on hold?
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Nusa Gapurna mulls REIT

18-9-2012

POTENTIALLY WORTH RM2.5b: Assets include six high-rise buildings being planned at PJ Sentral Garden City


NUSA Gapurna Sdn Bhd, a low-key developer, is mul-ling grouping its assets to form a commercial real estate investment trust (REIT) by 2015, which could potentially be worth more than RM2.5 billion.

It is understood the assets will include the six high-rise buildings that are being planned at PJ Sentral Garden City, a project by PJ Sentral Development Sdn Bhd.

PJ Sentral is a 70:30 joint venture between Nusa Gapurna Development Sdn Bhd (NGDSB) and the Selangor Economic Development Corp (PKNS).

Nusa Gapurna, controlled by Datuk Mohd Salim Fateh Din and his associates including Tan Sri Abdul Halim Ali, owns 60 per cent of NGDSB. The remaining stake in NGDSB is held by the Employees Provident Fund (EPF).

The construction of PJ Sentral Garden City located behind PJ Hilton Hotel will take seven to eight years beginning at the end of next year.

Business Times understands that it will comprise five custom-built office towers, each ranging from 20 to 45 floors, with estimated gross development value of RM2.6 billion.

The project will also include a five-star hotel, a 7,000 car park complex, a 1.6ha public park and a supportive retail element for food and beverage.

Sources familiar with the matter said that Nusa Gapurna is planning two business strategies for the assets.

"The first strategy is to form its own REIT, which is the primary option. It is more ideal because the company has ready tenants to give it good yield income. Financial advisers have been engaged for the matter," a source said.

The source said the second strategy is to sell the towers block by block to REIT managers or institutional investors with ready tenants.

According to the source, Nusa Gapurna is in negotiations with local public listed companies and corporate players to lease the buildings for a period of between 10 and 15 years.

"The company is finalising the design of the buildings with the anchor tenants. Construction will commence next year after getting all the necessary building approvals. Once these are settled, Nusa Gapurna will finalise the formation of the REIT," the source said.

The source said PJ Sentral Garden City will be built according to Multimedia Super Corridor Malaysia and Green Building Index specifications.

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Imran (left) and Salim at the briefing after the signing ceremony.

KUALA LUMPUR: Gapurna Sdn Bhd, which will build and lease a building to a unit of UK-based Standard Chartered Bank, aims to develop more customised commercial buildings for multinational corporations (MNCs) on design-build-lease deals in the Klang Valley.

Director Imran Salim said Kuala Lumpur had competitive advantages for MNCs. “Our property prices are still relatively low, we have a strong and capable workforce and good infrastructure.

“Yes, we do see the opportunities for Kuala Lumpur to become a regional hub for a lot of MNCs,” said Imran after the signing of an agreement for Gapurna to build and lease a building to Scope International (M) Sdn Bhd, which is a wholly owned subsidiary and global shared services centre of Standard Chartered Bank, United Kingdom.

The building, which has a gross development value (GDV) of RM250mil, will be located near Scope International's present premises in Technology Park Malaysia, Bukit Jalil.

According to Imran, the nine-storey building has an area of 450,000 sq ft and will be leased to Scope International for 14 years.

He said the building was expected to be completed in 12 months.
Gapurna group managing director Datuk Mohamad Salim Fateh Din pointed out that the company was also completing a 38-storey building with a GDV of RM1.1bil at 348 Sentral in KL Sentral that would be leased to oil giant Shell for 15 years.

“Shell is expected to occupy the building next year,” he said.
Mohamad Salim said the company worked with clients on the design and customisation of the buildings. “Clients have different needs and requirements for aspects such as safety in their business operations,” he said.
Gapurna, he said, also developed customised buildings for long-term lease agreements.

Imran also confirmed a recent report that there were plans for five custom-built office towers on the 40-acre plot located behind Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel.

“The office towers are in the first phase and will be on 12 acres. Development on the remaining phases will be based on market demand,” he said.

Meanwhile, Imran said the company was looking at the possibility of setting up a real estate investment trust (REIT) for its buildings.
“We are looking into many different opportunities about how we want to park our asset base. This is a natural progression for property developers who have long-term income from their buldings.
“They will package or park it into a REIT and we are studying this move,” he said.

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RM11B PROJECT: Property group signs RM729m deals with Gapurna

MALAYSIAN Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) will have a share in the RM11 billion PJ Sentral Garden City project, with Gapurna Sdn Bhd emerging as its new shareholder.

PJ Sentral, located in Section 52 of Petaling Jaya, is a 70:30 joint venture between Nusa Gapurna Development Sdn Bhd (NGD) and the Selangor Economic Development Corp (PKNS). The project will begin this year.

NGD is a subsidiary of Gapurna, controlled by businessman Datuk Mohamad Salim Fateh Din.

MRCB is the builder for KL Sentral, an integrated transport hub in Brickfields. KL Sentral, slated to finish in 2016, is the only current project for MRCB.

MRCB yesterday announced that it has teamed up with Gapurna in a RM729 million corporate exercise which will see the private developer injecting land worth RM459 million into the property and construction group, in return for shares.

The 13.2ha land is located in the Klang Valley and includes the PJ Sentral development.

Trading in MRCB shares was suspended in the afternoon session for the announcement.

In a statement, MRCB said it signed several agreements with companies related to Gapurna for total purchase consideration of RM729 million.

These include RM111 million cash payment and issuance of 398.71 million MRCB shares with attached 113.97 million free warrants on the basis of two new MRCB warrants for every seven new MRCB shares held.

The new MRCB shares are priced at RM1.55 per share, which is a 25 per cent premium over the stock's last closing price of RM1.24 on Thursday. MRCB shares have fallen by some 45 per cent from RM2.27 since February 8 2012 as it lacked new developments.

MRCB chief financial officer Chong Chin Ann said the acquisition will boost the group's landbank with the key development being PJ Sentral, and the potential to replicate the KL Sentral development.

Besides the land deal, MRCB inked agreements with NGD to acquire several companies related to Gapurna such as Gelanggang Harapan Construction Sdn Bhd (GHC) for RM250 million and Gapurna Global Solution Sdn Bhd (GGS) for RM20 million.

MRCB also entered into a first rights of refusal-cum-call option agreement with NGD to acquire all the remaining land and any future development land secured by NGD over three years as well as a RM50 million profits guarantee pact with Gapurna for GHC.

The entire exercise is expected to be completed in the next quarter, subject to approval from shareholders of MRCB at an extraordinary meeting.

Post the proposed acquisitions, Gapurna will have direct and indirect interest of 16.8 per cent of the enlarged MRCB, while the Employees Provident Fund's (EPF) interest will be 38.4 per cent. EPF now has a 42.2 per cent interest in MRCB and 40 per cent in NGD.

Salim will also be appointed as the managing director of MRCB.

Gapurna, the EPF and parties acting in concert for the proposed acquisition will seek an exemption from the Securities Commission from undertaking a mandatory takeover offer for the remaining MRCB shares not owned by them upon completion of the deal.
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Fasa 1A - 27storey - MBSB Building

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CADANGAN PEMBANGUNAN FASA 1A MEMBINA DAN MENYIAPKAN 1 BLOK BANGUNAN PEJABAT (MENARA 3) YANG MENGANDUNGI 27 TINGKAT BANGUNAN PEJABAT,1 TINGKAT ARAS SERVIS,4 TINGKAT TEMPAT LETAK KERETA ARAS BESMEN BAWAH TANAH DAN RUANG UTILITI DIATAS LOT 12,PERSIARAN BARAT,SEKSYEN 52,BANDAR PETALING JAYA,DAERAH PETALING,SELANGOR, SEBAHAGIAN DARI PEMBANGUNAN KESELURUHAN CADANGAN MEROBOH BANGUNAN SEDIADA DAN MEMBINA 5 BLOK PEJABAT DAN 1 BLOK HOTEL 25 HINGGA 60 TINGKAT SERTA 1 TINGKAT RUANG UTILITI DAN SERVIS 4 TINGKAT TEMPAT LETAK KERETA BAWAH TANAH DI ATAS PT 11 (LOT 8) DAN LOT 12, SEKSYEN 52, BANDAR PETALING JAYA, DAERAH PETALING, SEL.D.E
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