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Old August 30th, 2013, 04:05 PM   #381
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http://www.aeropod.com.my/

Aeropod is a 60-acre mixed development in Kota Kinabalu (KK). Once completed, Aeropod will be home to a hotel, a retail mall, retail offices, residential suites and corporate offices, as well as green parks. In addition, KK’s only train line runs through Aeropod, forming an easy and convenient link from the masterplan and its shopping mall to the rest of KK. The train station is also slated for refurbishment to enhance the experience of first-class public transport, comparable to a modern central transporation hub.















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Old October 17th, 2013, 05:56 PM   #389
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Tanjung Aru Eco Development

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Benoy, the global firm of Architects, Masterplanners, Interior and Graphic Designers, is behind the latest project set to transform the city of Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia. The plans for Tanjung Aru Eco Development were announced by the Chief Minister of Sabah at the Malaysia Day Golden Jubilee celebration on 16 September, emphasising the importance of the scheme to regenerate the area for future generations.

Tanjung Aru Eco Development marks Benoy’s first project in the exotic state of Sabah. Positioned as the ‘Gateway to Sabah, Borneo’, the beachfront site spanning 260 hectares will establish a unique and vibrant precinct in one of the country’s fastest growing cities. Located next to the Kota Kinabalu International Airport, the development has been designed as a premier tourism destination and a residential community; forging together distinct character areas, treed beaches, public parks, resort hotels, beach clubs, marinas, entertainment, recreation and dining.

Simon Blore, Global Managing Director, commented:

‘Tanjung Aru Eco Development is a significant scheme for Benoy, not only as our maiden project in Sabah but also for the opportunity we have been given to shape and transform one of Malaysia’s favourite cities. Our aspiration behind the design has been to create a precinct that is unique in its quality and sense of place and that is imbued with a set of principles that will guide the future of this new district’.

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Location: Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Developer: Tanjung Aru Eco Development Sdn Bhd
Masterplanning: Benoy
Sector: Waterfront
Size: 260 Hectares
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Old November 2nd, 2013, 06:30 AM   #392
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100 Acres Tourism & Recreation Resort Land
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Facing South China Sea, 10 minutes to Kota Kinabalu International Airport, 15 minutes to Kota Kinabalu City Centre. It lies on the route of Pan Borneo Highway. The site enjoys a scenic coastline and a panoramic backdrop of the South China Sea. Just off the coast are 2 beautiful island with its sandy white beaches and crystal clear blue water. PERFECT for tourism and recreational development.
LAND SIZE - 100 acres (40.46 hectares)
LAND USAGE - Express Condition of the Title States :"The Said Land is Demised Herein Expressly & Only For The Purpose of Tourism & Recreation Resort."
LAND STATUS - Country Lease 99 years
Asking Price: USD30,000,000.00
The 100 acres has been proposes as a fully integrated tourism & recreational development consisting of the following components
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Old November 5th, 2013, 10:09 AM   #393
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Bay 21 Too





An Eco-friendlySustainable Living...

Bay 21 TOO is the latest brainchild of Chua Soon Ping, Group Managing Director of Remajaya Sdn Bhd, who worked hand in hand withSabah-based architect Lo Su Yin. This up and coming development is ideally located along Likas Bay, boasting of panoramic views of the South China Sea. Adjacent to the first phase, Bay 21, it is only a stone throw away from the Central Business District.

Expected to be completed in 2015, this 26-storey building consist of 286 luxurious and elegantly furnished units, ranging from one to three rooms : Type A ranges from 395 sqft to 1,038 sqft, Type B units are 621 sqft, Type C Duplex Suites are 932sqft, and Type G & F units are 1,248 sqft. All Units are installed with built-in cabinets, light fittings, air-conditioning, fully fitted bathroom and a pantry with a sink, built-in hood and hob, plus microwave oven.

Bay 21 TOO was designed with today’s modern society in mind. And this is reflected in the contemporary architecture of the building. According to Chua, who is passionate about green designs, the building will be constructed to be ecologically sustainable.

The development will introduce revolutionary construction methods that will set a higher quality of standard for developments in Sabah and make the local construction scene more resource efficient. Minimal raw natural resourceswill be used throughout every step of the development and construction process, without compromising the high quality of the structure.

GreenRE Rating

By choosing to be eco-friendly, Chua hopes that it will help minimizeecologicaldamage, and also promote a sustainable lifestyle that will benefit generations to come.Both Bay 21 and Bay 21 TOO will be the pilot projects rated by GreenRE.

Based on key credit assessment that comprises energy efficiency, water efficiency, environmental protection, indoor environmental quality, green innovations and carbon emission calculator, GreenRE is aimed at promoting a more sustainable real estate industry at non prohibitive costs.

Eco-friendly Construction

For Bay 21 TOO, the idea is to revolutionize the conventional method of building construction, by using the S-form High Tech aluminum formwork. This new type of aluminum formwork is recyclable and can be reused up to 300 times. And this is more eco-friendly than using the conventional timber plywood.

Chua said, “The initial cost of RM4 million is mitigated in the long run due to the amount of times this aluminum formwork can be used repeatedly. Another advantage of this system is that it only requires a single stage concrete casting for wall and slab, which allows faster and timely completion of work. In addition, due to the smooth surface after casting, it requires only skim coating, thus making the building’s elevation looks clean and nice.”

Low Maintenance

Another material that Chua intends to use for this upcoming development is the Polyethylene Aluminum (PA) Composite Pipe system for supplying cold and hot water. One of the advantages of this system is that it allows water distribution without using pipe elbows to navigate corners and edges. The impact of this allows lower service maintenance with supplier’s warranty of 50 years.

Rainwater elimination is another top priority for Chua, who is also introducing the Siphonic Rainwater System as a more efficient means to channel out rainwater from a building. According to him, “this system not only gives a more appealing look but also helps to save space for gutters and pipes. It contributes to the longevity of the building by channeling away the water faster than the conventional gutter system. It also flushes out leave, which is an advantage.”

Renewable Energy

Another notable feature is the adoption of Feed-in Tariff (FiT). FiT System is Malaysia’s new mechanism under the Renewable Energy Policy and Action Plan and the Renewable Energy Act 2011 catalysing generation of renewable energy.

Using solar thin film technology attached to its roof and external wall areas as an aesthetic feature, the building will generate electricity which will then be distributed back to power up the building’s electricity demands. As a renewable energy source, the abundant sunlight in Sabah will be harnessed as a key component of Bay 21 TOO’s commitment towards its green building ethos.

Reducing Carbon Dioxide Emission

Double-glazed windows, which are very friendly to the environment, will also be used for the construction of Bay 21 TOO. Homes cause around 28% of all carbon dioxide emissions, and replacing single pane windows helps to reduce these emissions and combat energy loss. Plus, these windows are very good at cutting down on noise pollution and internal condensation.

“Most buildings in Sabah are not double-glazed because we believe that single pane windows are adequate enough for our tropical weather. However, due to global warming our climate is changing, and the weather during certain months can become uncomfortably hot without using air-conditioning. While some may argue that double-glazing is expensive, in the long-run, the building will be well insulated and is far more energyefficient. We shouldn’tdepend solely on air conditioners to control our indoor temperature.”

Building a Sustainable Future Today


Chua, who is also the Head of Green Building and Environment Committee in SHAREDA believes that all developers must be knowledgeable about the most recent advancement in building technology, including green products. He said that the local construction industry must respond to the changes happening around the world and make better choices when it comes to building in Sabah.

“The future is today, and today the challenge for the local construction industry is to not only be able to compete with rising costs of development, but also comply with the ever-growing expectations of the consumer who desires a better and cleaner work and living environment. Even if it is not demanded by the public, it is our social responsibly and moral obligation to provide these aspects of better living for the masses,” he concluded.

“Any building can be a house, but a house built with a Green concept is worth coming HOME to”

“A house infused with a Green concept is a HOME”
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Old November 9th, 2013, 12:15 PM   #394
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SBC projects RM800m GDV




KUALA LUMPUR: SBC Corp is looking to bump up the gross development value (GDV) of its projects in the next 12 months from the current RM300mil to RM800mil, upon finalising a joint-venture (JV) agreement with Suria Capital Holdings Bhd.

Based on its projects within Peninsular Malaysia, the group’s GDV for the next 12 months is estimated at RM600mil, 70% of which are residential projects and 30% commercial.

Its JV project with Suria Capital alone would add another RM200mil in the same period if approvals from shareholders and the authorities come through during the next six months. Of this, SBC is quite confident. To recap, the family developer had entered into a JV with Sabah-based Suria Capital in May to develop some 16.25 acres of coastal land in Kota Kinabalu, targeted to be launched in the first half of 2014.

The project, named Jesselton Quay, would be one of SBC’s biggest projects going forward.

SBC’s upcoming projects elsewhere are Kiara East and other stand-alone sites in Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Ligamas, Ulu Yam-Genting Road and the Peak Collection in Kota Kinabalu.

It has ongoing projects in flagship locations like Kiara East, Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Ligamas, Kota Kinabalu and Kuantan.

Managing director Sia Teong Heng said the group had always been selective about its partnerships, its JV with Suria Capital being the only one signed at the moment.

“We are planning this to be South-East Asia’s new riviera with the longest waterfront city boardwalk in the region,” he told StarBiz.

Jesselton Quay would add some 600m of private marina waterfront to the existing city coastline that currently lacks pedestrian-friendly boardwalks.

Sia noted that the project, previously known as Jesselton Waterfront Project, would be a redevelopment and extension north of the old Kota Kinabalu city centre “which could morph the city into one with more regional influence.”

The mixed integrated development will have many tourist elements, including an international cruise terminal, convention centre, hotel and world class retail components. The design somewhat takes after elements in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands.

Aside from the tourist attractions, the group also incorporated residential towers that will cater to domestic and international demand. There will also be several premium office towers, one of which will be Suria Capital’s office.

The group has considered only releasing around 1,000 serviced residential units over the eight- to 10-year development period for the entire project.

There are three phases involved, beginning from the coastline inward.


“The property prices in Kota Kinabalu have hit the RM1,000-per-sq-ft mark,” he said, indicating healthy domestic demand. “A lot of Sabahans buy properties in Kuala Lumpur, why not back in their hometown?”

SBC will also be developing another seven acres of land belonging to Suria Capital adjacent to the JV area, which will be integrated into the Jesselton Quay development.

“We’re planning the whole scheme although the JV portion is only 16.25 acres,” Sia clarified. The JV entails for SBC the construction and design of an intergrated quayside at its own expenses while Suria Capital is the owner of the land.


The net sale value of Jesselton Quay was RM1.8bil, 82% towards SBC for developing and 18% for Suria Capital as land payment.

On SBC’s valuations, Kenanga Research had in June noted that the group had deep revalued net asset value as SBC’s landbanks were acquired between the period of 2000 to 2004, hence relatively low in land cost that had not been revalued.

The research house said the Jesselton Quay JV “is likely concluded in December, so we believe significant earnings contributions will only be felt from 2015 onwards.”

On whether the developer would consider revaluing its assets to include Jesselton Quay, Sia said the group preferred to recognise projects that would be completed in the near term.

However, he acknowledged that SBC’s share price did not reflect its book value.
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SURIA CAPITAL AND SBC TO DEVELOP JESSELTON QUAY PROJECT

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Suria Capital Holdings Berhad (Suria Capital) had entered into a joint-venture agreement with SBC Corporation Berhad (SBC) to develop Jesselton Quay Project that will comprise construction and development of commercial suites, retail mall, retail units, office towers and hotel. Once completed, the Jesselton Quay Project is poised to become an iconic landscape as Kota Kinabalu city’s new waterfront and premier tourism frontier which is marina focus complete with its own cruise terminal.

The Jesselton Quay Project, that carries a minimum net sale value of RM1.8 billion, will be built on a 16.25 acre prime port land which is strategically located at the waterfront of Kota Kinabalu city centre area and to the northern fringes of the central business district of Kota Kinabalu city at the Tanjung Lipat locality. It has good connectivity to key roads, highways and ports. The port land used to be the Kota Kinabalu Container Port before the operation was relocated to Sapangar Bay Container Port in 2007.

Under on the joint-venture agreement, SBC shall be responsible for all matters relating to the Project including the implementation and completion of the Jesselton Quay Project at its own cost and expense while Suria Capital shall provide the development land, assist and facilitate in the implementation of the project.

Expected to commence in the first quarter of 2014, the project has an estimated development period of eight years. It will be developed in three precincts comprising the Commercial Suites, Retail Mall (including retail units) and Signature Precinct, that will include Signature Offices, Hotel and Office.

Once completed, the Jesselton Quay Project would be able to cater to the anticipated demand for commercial properties within the prime Kota Kinabalu waterfront area and is expected to attract both local and international home buyers and investors. In recent years, property development projects in the Kota Kinabalu city area have received strong interest from investors.

With the development land’s strategic and prime location, Suria Capital believes that the venture provides an opportunity to participate in the development of a prime land into a development project.










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