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Old April 20th, 2009, 03:36 AM   #1
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HATTEN CITY | Melaka | U/C

Hatten plans Ginza-like district in Malacca

By Gomathy RamasamyPublished: 2009/04/20


Hatten Group, a local property developer, plans to turn the Bandar Hilir area in Malacca into a commercial district the likes of Ginza, Tokyo's classiest commercial centre.

It is developing "Hatten Square", an upmarket commercial project located in the vicinity of Melaka Tengah and Melaka Raya. It features a four-star hotel with 260 rooms, 490 suites and 1,500 parking bays, and a mall with 200 retail units.

Construction has begun on the RM150 million project, with full completion scheduled for the third quarter of 2011. However, the 1,500 parking bays and the 200 retail units will be ready by December this year.

Hatten Group executive director Collin Tan said the successful completion of Phase 1 and 2 of Dataran Pahlawan, a new retail, entertainment and gourmet centre in Bandar Hilir, had resulted in the constitution of Hatten Group as a holding company for a group of companies with a unified vision to continue expanding in the area.

"To be located near Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall and Mahkota Parade, the proposed shopping mall will carry exclusive luxury brands targeted at the upper- and middle-income group together with sidewalk cafes and alfresco dining.

"We hope that this new mall would turn this area into the 'Bukit Bintang' of Malacca," he said, referring to the famous shopping and entertainment strip in Kuala Lumpur.

Occupying 6.25ha , Hatten Square Suites & Shoppes will contain the hallmark of quality and innovation that buyers whom have long been associated with Hatten Group will recognise.

"Apart from the retail units, the 22-storey building will comprise 270 hotel rooms and 490 premier suites with common hotel facilities such as an extensively designed swimming pool, a spa, a gym, a ballroom and 1,500 parking bays built with the intention to cater to business travellers and families on vacation," he said.

Hatten Group plans to sell 40 per cent of the retail units at prices starting from RM180,000 per unit, and keep the rest as investment, implementing a similar development strategy practised in Dataran Pahlawan Megamall.

"Upon completion of the project, the value of the properties is expected to appreciate by 20 per cent per year," said Tan.

He added that Hatten Square will further complement the Bandar Hilir area by being the tallest building in Malacca, with good visibility of the historical city.

Other factors going for the proposed project are that the area has a ready population of 400,000 people and is easily accessible from Jalan Laksamana, Coastal Highway and Jalan Tun Razak (Lebuhraya AMJ).

"To ensure that all patrons to Malacca are able to enjoy and experience a comfortable and hassle-free shopping atmosphere, we are building a 17m wide air-conditioned two-tiered link bridge to connect the Square to Dataran Pahlawan Megamall and Mahkota Parade.

"This has been designed to add vibrancy and colour to the Bandar Hilir area, commonly known for its busloads of tourist arrival to the neighbouring historical sites and shopping malls," said Tan.
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Old April 20th, 2009, 07:10 PM   #3
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don't take seriously the words of people who claim his 22 stroy building are the tallest in malacca
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Old April 21st, 2009, 12:18 AM   #4
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dude, again...boring architecture
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Old April 21st, 2009, 04:15 PM   #5
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How could they claim it to be the tallest!? Very doubtful that the shopping centre will be comparable to even Pavillion's standard
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Old April 21st, 2009, 05:34 PM   #6
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so what is the tallest building in dataran pahlawan?
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Old April 26th, 2009, 06:36 PM   #7
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so what is the tallest building in dataran pahlawan?
The Equatorial Hotel in that vicinity is already 22 stories. The tallest buildings in Malacca are still the Ocean Palms condos in Klebang if I am not mistaken. Correct me if I am wrong.
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Old April 27th, 2009, 06:29 AM   #8
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so what is the tallest building in dataran pahlawan?
dataran pahlawan itself the tallest is Hatten Square.
What they meant by tallest is tallest in the conservation zone....UNESCO World heritage City
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Old April 27th, 2009, 08:23 AM   #9
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dataran pahlawan itself the tallest is Hatten Square.
What they meant by tallest is tallest in the conservation zone....UNESCO World heritage City
Which area is it stated being the tallest in the conservation zone? Coz I only noticed this sentence:

He added that Hatten Square will further complement the Bandar Hilir area by being the tallest building in Malacca, with good visibility of the historical city.
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Which area is it stated being the tallest in the conservation zone? Coz I only noticed this sentence:

He added that Hatten Square will further complement the Bandar Hilir area by being the tallest building in Malacca, with good visibility of the historical city.
based on chinese papers....or MHI....i forgot which one already.
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Old April 28th, 2009, 07:45 AM   #11
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Replication of Bukit Bintang in Bandar Hilir


MALACCA: Local property developer Hatten Group Sdn Bhd plans to turn Bandar Hilir into a commercial area on par with Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur with its latest project called Hatten Square.

The 6.25ha project will feature a mall 200 retail outlets, 1,500 parking bays, and a four-star hotel with 260 rooms and 490 suites.

The first phase of the RM150mil project will be ready by December while work on the hotel, expected to be completed in 2011, will start soon.


The company’s executive director Colin Tan said the success of Dataran Pahlawan inspired the company to come up with the shopping mall that will carry exclusive brands and the hotel to cater to the increasing number of tourists.


EnterprisingFrom left)Tan, Hatten Group CEO Datuk Eric Tan and executive director Edwin Tan viewing a model of Hatten Square in Malacca recently.

“We hope the mall will turn Bandar Hilir into the Bukit Bintang of Malacca,” said Tan.

Tan said a 17m air-conditioned two-tiered bridge would connect Hatten Square to Dataran Pahlawan.

“There will be shop lots on both sides so our patrons will treat the bridge as a connecting path that is part of mall,” said Tan.
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Which area is it stated being the tallest in the conservation zone? Coz I only noticed this sentence:

He added that Hatten Square will further complement the Bandar Hilir area by being the tallest building in Malacca, with good visibility of the historical city.

maybe he mean the tallest building in the City? it looks higher then Equatorial Hotel...
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how about the emperor and Renaissance hotel? i though they were the tallest in the city
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Old April 28th, 2009, 01:43 PM   #14
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Hasil Komitmen Berterusan PDRM
MELAKA DESTINASI PELANCONGAN SELAMAT

BANDA HILIR, 25 April - Ketua Menteri, Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam berpuas hati dengan komitmen Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) Melaka kerana berjaya mengurangkan kadar jenayah, sekaligus menjadikan Melaka sebagai destinasi pelancong yang selamat.

Menurutnya, keadaan itu didorong dengan pelbagai usaha PDRM, antaranya dengan kewujudan Polis Pelancong; yang berkuda dan berbasikal, pondok polis yang dibina di kawasan pelancongan dan anggota polis yang berpakaian preman di kawasan pelancongan.

Selain itu, kata beliau, PDRM juga telah menempatkan balai polis di taman-taman perumahan dan dipekan-pekan kecil untuk membantu mengurangkan kes-kes jenayah.

"Saya harap kerjasama di antara polis dan Jabatan Perpaduan dan Jawatankuasa Kemajuan dan Keselamatan Kampung (JKKK) ditingkatkan dengan mengadakan lebih banyak Rukun Tetangga (RT) bagi mencegah jenayah di taman-taman perumahan dan saya percaya kes-kes jenayah di Melaka dapat diturunkan lagi dengan banyak," katanya.

Mohd Ali berkata demikian pada sidang media selepas merasmikan Karnival Memerangi Jenayah Peringkat Negeri, di Dataran Pahlawan, di sini, pagi tadi.

Turut hadir, Ketua Polis Negeri, SAC 1 Datuk Mazlan Mansor; Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Negeri, Kebajikan, Perpaduan, Belia dan Sukan, Datuk Ab Karim Sulaiman; Pengerusi Yayasan Pencegahan Jenayah Malaysia Melaka, Datuk Ahmad Hamzah dan Datuk Bandar Majlis Bandaraya Melaka Bersejarah (MBMB), Yusof Jantan.

Karnival anjuran PDRM Melaka, Jabatan Belia dan Sukan, Bahagian Sahabat Belia Jabatan Ketua Menteri, MCIS Insurance dan Yayasan Pencegahan Jenayah Malaysia Melaka merupakan acara tahunan yang diadakan.

Mohd Ali berkata, kejadian jenayah ragut yang sering melibatkan pelancong dan mendapat liputan akhbar kini semakin berkurangan.

Di samping itu, Ketua Menteri berkata, pesalah yang terlibat dengan jenayah kecil seperti ragut, curi barang dalam emporium, seharusnya dikenakan hukuman membuat kerja-kerja yang mendatangkan kebajikan kepada mereka seperti menanam pokok di kawasan rekreasi.

"Ini kerana daripada mereka buat kerja-kerja mencuri, kita ajar mereka bagaimana mendatangkan pendapatan dengan kerja-kerja lain termasuk kepada mereka yang terlibat dalam lumba haram, elok minta mereka sertai gotong-royong bersih sungai, tanam pokok, bumi hijau agar kes-kes jenayah kecil dapat dikurangkan," katanya.

Sementara itu, Mohd Ali mahukan pasukan pancaragam PDRM membuat persembahan sebulan sekali di Dataran Pahlawan bagi menghiburkan pelancong-pelancong yang datang ke Melaka.

Mohd Ali turut mengingatkan pihak-pihak yang mahu membina hotel di kawasan konservasi agar menggunakan nama yang bersesuaian dengan tapak warisan itu.

"Kita telah putuskan tidak boleh guna nama sesuka hati, kalau nak buat 'Hiltol Square' kena buat di kawasan lain dan bukan di kawasan konservasi, macam Hospital Mahkota pun kita kawal nama, kena cari nama-nama yang berkaitan dengan sejarah kalau nak pakai nama 'Putera Hotel' atau 'Puteri Hotel' ia dibenarkan dan imejnya mesti imej lama, ini tempat pahlawan kita dulu merdekakan negara jadi Datuk Bandar kena serius lihat perkara ini,"katanya lagi.

Ali don't like the name hatten square!!!!!
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Old May 7th, 2009, 04:12 AM   #15
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I own two units of retail lots at Hatten Square for investment purposes. The hotel suite does not offer good ROI, thus I did not invest
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DeHatten-43floor-melaka

2 new hotels to boost Malacca tourism

2010/10/10
By Jason Gerald John
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Ali showing the artist’s impressions of the Hilton Hotel and All Seasons Hotel. — Picture by Mohd Jamah Nasri

MALACCA: The state's tourism sector will receive a shot in the arm with the construction of two new hotels -- Hilton Hotel and All Seasons Hotel.
The developer of both the hotels, Hatten Group CEO Datuk Eric Tan, said a 1,100-unit apartment block and a commercial centre would also be built.

"The tallest building in Malacca will be built under this project.


"With 43 storeys, the building will change the landscape of Melaka Raya and the Malacca coastline.

"The project will be developed next to the Harbour Club in Melaka Raya and will involve an investment of RM300 million," he said.

Tan said the Hilton Hotel, a five-star establishment, would have 250 rooms while the All Seasons Hotel, a two-star hotel, would have 350 rooms.


"The two hotels and the service apartments will provide Malacca with an additional 1,700 rooms," Tan said, in a briefing session with Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam at the Hatten Square.

Tan said the groundbreaking ceremony for the hotels would be performed in December.

He said the project would be completed in five years and would provide job opportunities to about 3,000 people.


Meanwhile, Tan also announced that the 700-room Hatten Hotel would open its doors in September next year.

The chief minister said the state's tourism sector was picking up.

Ali said some eight million tourists were expected to visit the historical city this year, up from 7.5 million last year.

"We need more hotel rooms in the state. With the opening of Hilton and All Seasons we will be able to ensure that visitors have a better choice of accommodation," he said.

Ali said work to widen Jalan Merdeka, opposite Dataran Pahlawan, from the two lanes to five lanes, would be complete in two months.

"Once completed, the 2km stretch from Menara Taming Sari up to Hatten Square would be known as Pahlawan City," he said.




Read more: 2 new hotels to boost Malacca tourism http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/0...#ixzz141q3WmyH

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Thanks for sharing... good news for Malacca's tourism?
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Old November 2nd, 2010, 06:12 AM   #18
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super duper good news for Malacca.

Well done Ali Rustam, you've transformed Malacca into one of the most attractive state.

First All Seasons Hotel in Malaysia, right?
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Old December 1st, 2010, 12:07 PM   #19
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Pahlawan City makes history in Malacca

Wed, Dec 01, 2010
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MALACCA - THE convergence of Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall and Hatten Square Suites & Shoppes will make history in Malacca.

The integration of Dataran Pahlawan, which is already the biggest complex in the south of Malaysia, and Hatten Square, will create 92,903.04sq m of retail space and give birth to Pahlawan City - the biggest shopping complex south of the country.

Hatten Group Sdn Bhd executive director Collin Tan said Pahlawan City would be a a one-stop centre with shopping, entertainment and information technology retail lots.

"Pahlawan City will have retail shops, entertainment outlets and a digital lifestyle centre under one roof.

"The retail shops are mainly for tourists, both domestic and international, while the entertainment will mainly cater to the needs of locals looking for a fun-filled outing alone or with loved ones.

"The digital lifestyle centre's target group are teenagers and those who are into gadgets like cameras, laptops and handphones."

Tan said there was a need for a dedicated IT centre in Malacca.

"Information technology is a huge market and having a one-stop centre for it would not only benefit shoppers but also retailers."

He said many IT traders also did not have their outlets in strategic locations as their outlets were usually on the higher floors of complexes.

"At [email protected], we are dedicating the ground floor with an area of 60,000sq ft (5,574.18sq m) to provide customers with a one-stop digital lifestyle solution centre.

"This is only the start. We could expand the area for the digital lifestyle centre to the first and second floors."

Tan said the Hatten Group, which manages Dataran Pahlawan and Hatten Square, was confident that a big mall in the heart of the historical city with dedicated areas for fashion, entertainment and IT would be a success.

"Tourism in Malacca is booming and by year-end, we could be getting nine million tourists, from Malaysia and from all four corners of the world.

Tan also spoke of the availability of 1,500 parking lots for visitors to Hatten Square and Dataran Pahlawan.

"We have ample parking space for visitors and for a mere RM2 (S$0.8) on weekdays and RM3 (S$1.3) on weekends, shoppers could park their vehicles for the whole day to shop, dine, and enjoy the entertainment available here.

"There are special security guards at the level 3 parking area to accompany visitors to and from the mall.

"This is to ensure the safety of the female patrons and offer greater peace of mind," he said.

There are over 470 rooms and suites in Hatten Square. The suites are available for sale.

The soft launch of Hatten Square is today.

The digital lifestyle centre will open on Dec 24.
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