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Old November 20th, 2012, 04:11 AM   #1
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Yangon | Yangon Railway Office Redevelopment by Yoma & Peninsula Hotel Yangon | U/C

Name: Yoma Developments
Developer: Yoma Strategic Holdings
Location: Located in the middle of the downtown Yangon business district between the Traders Hotel, Sakura Tower and the famous tourist destination of Bogyoke Aung San Market
Description: The mixed use development will have a 5-star hotel, and condominium, a 4-start hotel and serviced apartment and two Grade-A office towers apart from a retail mall.

Under the current master plan the Victorian-era railway headquarters will be restored and converted into a 5-star hotel. Adjoining this will be a 5-star luxurious condominium building. There will also be a 4-star hotel and a 4-star serviced apartment complex.

Additionally two Grade A office towers will be constructed totalling over 700,000 square feet of ground floor area, specifically for business use.
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http://www.timesofmyanmar.com/?p=2058

Yoma announces multi million dollar hotel complex in Yangon

Myanmar based Yoma Strategic Holding is to develop $350million luxury hotel complex in Yangon.

The company which is listed in Singapore launched a share sale on Monday, coinciding with US President Obama’s visit to fund the development.

The landmark development is to be built on a 10 acres of land located in downtown Yangon.

The mixed use development will have a 5-star hotel, and condominium, a 4-start hotel and serviced apartment and two Grade-A office towers apart from a retail mall.

Yoma will pay US$81.3 million to Serge Pun & Associates (Myanmar) Ltd for an 80 per cent stake in its unit Meeyahta International Hotel Ltd. The latter is obtaining approval from Myanmar’s government to re-develop the site.

Making the announcement today Yoma Strategic Holdings said that it has entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement with Myanmar’s Serge Pun & Associates Limited to acquire rights to participate in the development through the acquisition of 80 per cent of the issued and paid up capital of Meeyahta International Hotel Limited (MIHL)

The proposed development will be located in the middle of the downtown Yangon business district between the Traders Hotel, Sakura Tower and the famous tourist destination of Bogyoke Aung San Market.

The site currently is home to the FMI Centre Tower, the Grand Mee ya Hta Hotel and one of Yangon’s most famous heritage buildings, the former railway Headquarters built in 1877.

Under the current master plan the Victorian-era railway headquarters will be restored and converted into a 5-star hotel. Adjoining this will be a 5-star luxurious condominium building. There will also be a 4-star hotel and a 4-star serviced apartment complex.

Additionally two Grade A office towers will be constructed totalling over 700,000 square feet of ground floor area, specifically for business use.

“We believe the converted railway headquarters will become a unique landmark which will signify the transformation of Yangon into an international cosmopolitan capital. The provision of first class hotel rooms, offices, apartments and retail is badly needed in the capital to cope with the dramatic increase of interest in the country,” said Yoma’s Chief Executive Officer Andrew Richards.
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SPA, Yoma Strategic unveil ‘landmark’ project for Yangon

The former Ministry of Railways head office and the surrounding 10 acres in Yangon will be transformed into a US$350-million mixed use “landmark” project, a spokesperson for the company planning the project said last week.

Serge Pun and Associates (SPA), in conjunction with Singapore-listed Yoma Strategic Holdings, announced on November 20 that it would redevelop the company’s 10-acre plot, which houses FMI Centre, Grand Mee Ya Hta Hotel and a heritage-listed building, into a 2-million-square-foot mixed-use residential, commercial, retail and hospitality project at the heart of Yangon’s central business district.

Cyrus Pun, SPA group’s director responsible for real estate development , told The Myanmar Times on November 28 that the Grand Mee Ya Hta Hotel would be demolished, while the former Burma Railways Headquarters building would be restored and developed into a 5-star hotel that will form the centrepiece of the project.

“It’s a great location and will become a landmark of Yangon when it’s completed,” Mr Pun said, adding that the company is in the process of seeking Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC) approval for the project.

“We are blessed with a fantastic location – we are right by Bogyoke Market where we can get the most traffic, we have an historical building on site – it’s one of the 180-odd heritage listed sites in Yangon under the Heritage Trust, and I’d say it’s one of the more prominent ones,” he said.

Assuming Yoma Strategic’s shareholders approve the proposed transaction the project will be owned by MIC-approved Meeyahta International Hotel Limited (MIHL), a joint venture between SPA as the Myanmar partner and Yoma Strategic as the foreign partner, which announced its intention on November 19 to buy an 80 percent interest in MIHL with the associated rights to participate in the development of the 10-acre site, a Yoma Strategic press release dated November 20 said.

Yoma will pay $81.28 million for the shares in MIHL, the release added.

When completed, the project will include two office buildings, two serviced apartment towers, two hotels and one retail mall. The expected cost of the project is about $350 million, he said, adding that the company is in discussions with Myanmar Investment Commission to obtain approval for the development and seek an extension of the land lease, which is set to expire in 15 years but has the possibility of extension, to 70 years.

“We’re applying for the extension of the land lease. You have to understand that in a project of this scale, of this investment size, the remaining term of the lease will not be long enough for me to justify this sort of money,” Mr Pun said.

“This is an existing site, project and investment that we have, we are just applying for a revision and renewal of the terms of the land lease because we already own the land site. … What we’re doing is going back to the government and saying that we’re going to upsize our investment. Given all the foreign investment interest in Myanmar now, we do see the economy likely to grow very rapidly and quite frankly this city is in short supply of all types of real estate.

“Without sufficient office space, hotel and accommodation it will be harder for foreign investors to come in and operate. The government acknowledges that this is an issue and they’re very keen to promote growth in high-quality real estate. So far in our meetings with the authorities they’ve all been very supportive of this project. They want us to start as soon as possible. They want to give their full support to help out with all the procedures and processes,” he said.

While the company has developed artist renderings of the project Mr Pun, who is the son of SPA, FMI Holdings and Yoma Strategic Holdings chairman Serge Pun, said it will take about 12 months to complete the design process, with the first buildings to be finished about three years later.

Funding for the project will be generated by Yoma Strategic, which issued a notice to the Singapore Stock Exchange on November 20 to announce it had completed a private placement exercise to raise S$101 million of equity by selling 192,853,000 new shares.

“The interest on our stock is more than what we can give. There’s no shortage of interest from investors to come in and fund Yoma for all its opportunities in Myanmar,” Mr Pun said, adding that the share issue is not intended solely for the Yangon project.

He said Yoma raised about S$101 million in cash in the placement, some of which will be contributed to the project. He added that one of the two serviced apartment towers will be sold to generate cashflow to help fund the project.

Mr Pun said the first building would not be delivered for about four years.

“The design of the project will take a year to complete so we’re looking at the end of 2013 to start construction. And the first part of the site will probably open three years from then, so we’re looking at a four-year timeframe before the first part can be delivered to the market,” he said.

Mr Pun said he could not disclose the names of the construction contractors the company is working with but said internationally renowned architectural firm Aedas, which planned Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, is handling the design. He added that Meinhardt will be the structure, civil engineering and M&E consultant.

“The team we’ve gotten on board so far are very much at the top of the game. These are all big internationally reputable firms. If you were doing a high-profile project in Singapore or Hong Kong you’d be using these types of people as well,” Mr Pun said.

The new buildings will be built around the former Burma Railways Headquarters, which will be refurbished and made into a 5-star hotel, Mr Pun said.

“We need to understand that this is an important asset for us, albeit one that is a small part of the project – the heritage building is about 10,000 square metres, while the whole development will be over 180,000 square metres or so.

“However, it will be the focal point. In terms of the traffic, the ingresses and egresses are designed so that you see as much of the frontal façade of the historic building as possible. And the high-rises will be built surrounding this historical building with enough spacing so as to give the full view and yet not be overly imposing or detract from the vista,” he said.

Mr Pun added that the company is still waiting for specific guidelines from the Yangon Heritage Trust regarding preserving and conserving heritage buildings.

“I think we’re in the position where we can contribute to this process as well as set some kind of precedence for conservation. We’re bringing in specialists to see how we can best conserve it. It’s a sensitive issue because there’s always the contention between balancing how to make it functional and at the same time preserve as much as possible the historical elements of the building,” he said.

He added that the company expected the building to be finished within four years but added, “with restoration of historical buildings you never know how complicated it can be until you actually start it and then run into problems.

“It’s a very complex process – we’ll find problems as we go along. … We have this plan to deliver it within the four-year timeframe and if everything goes smoothly it may well be completed before then,” he said.

However, the project also necessitates the demolition of the Grand Mee Ya Hta building, which Mr Pun said would cost the company about $1 million a year in lost revenues.

“We had quite a lot of debate over this – it was not an easy decision to take given that it’s still a relatively new building. There’s a lot of sentimental value as well … but we came to the decision after thinking long and hard that the project would ultimately be a lot better if we take the pain at the beginning and knock it down.

“Right now the Grand Mee Ya Hta sits quite close to the middle of the site so without taking it apart we cannot space out the mixed use new buildings efficiently and sensibly.”
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Yoma signs deal to develop five-star hotel in Yangon

By Michelle Quah
The Business Times
Monday, Apr 22, 2013

YANGON - Yoma Strategic Holdings, which is looking to build itself a portfolio of diversified businesses in Myanmar, has moved ahead with its plans to develop a five-star hotel out of the former Burma Railway Company building in Yangon.

It said it has signed a heads of agreement with The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Limited (HSH) to jointly redevelop the building into a Peninsula hotel.

Hong Kong-listed HSH is known for its ownership, development and management of hotel, commercial and residential properties around the world, including The Peninsula hotels in Hong Kong, Shanghai, New York, Beverly Hills (California) and Paris.

The parties are now working on each side's financial commitment with respect to the purchase of the land development rights of the site and its redevelopment costs, ahead of the signing of the binding agreements.

Yoma had earlier proposed - with the approval of its shareholders - to buy an 80 per cent stake in Meeyahta International Hotel Limited (MIHL). MIHL holds the rights to the economic benefits of the land development rights for a 10-acre, mixed-use development project in the Pabedan township in Yangon, which includes the heritage Burma Railway Company building.

Yoma bought the stake from its executive chairman Serge Pun's privately held Serge Pun & Associates (SPA Group), which retains a 20 per cent stake in MIHL.

MIHL has applied to the authorities in Myanmar for a new leasehold title to be issued for this new development, located at 372 and 380 Bogyoke Aung San Road in Pabedan.

Under the heads of agreement, HSH has agreed to subscribe for a 70 per cent majority interest in the joint venture to be set up; Yoma and SPA have agreed to subscribe for the remaining 30 per cent in the joint venture, in proportion to their respective interests in MIHL, that is 80 per cent and 20 per cent respectively.

In addition to this five-star hotel, Yoma has announced plans to build a four-star hotel, a luxury condominium building, a serviced-apartment complex, two office towers with more than 700,000 sq ft of gross floor area and a retail podium with more than 400,000 sq ft of gross floor area in the Pabedan project.

Yoma also has other ventures in Myanmar, including projects in apartment construction, the luxury tourism sector and the automotive industry.

It has also joined up with First Myanmar Investment, a unit of SPA, to bid for a mobile-phone licence in Myanmar.

It announced last week that the consortium it is a part of has pre-qualified to apply for one of two new telecommunications licences in Myanmar expected to be awarded later this year.

The consortium comprises YSH Finance Ltd (80 per cent owned by Yoma and 20 per cent by SPA), Digicel Group Limited and Quantum Strategic Partners Ltd.

Yoma is widely viewed as the company with the purest exposure to Myanmar. Its shares closed last Friday 1.5 cents up at 81 cents apiece on that day.
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Peninsula group to open hotel in Yangon

http://www.elevenmyanmar.com/tourism...otel-in-yangon

Hong Kong-based Peninsula Hotels Group is planning to build a hotel at the Railways building in the downtown Yangon, according to Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotel (HSH).

The group will create a new joint venture with Yoma Strategic Holdings Limited.

It is also preparing to build the hotels in Mandalay and Bagan. It has been selling shares to carry out the hotel projects in last month.

Yoma Strategic Holdings is running the construction developments, properties managements, and real estates in Singapore, Myanmar and China. It is also operating business in agricultural sectors, the Bloomberg Business Week reported.

Yoma and First Myanmar Investment are subsidiaries of SPA Groups. The SPA is chaired by tycoon Thein Wai.

The HSH founded the Peninsula Hotels group in 1866. It is a member of Hong Kong stock exchange and operating businesses in Asia, EU and US countries.

Peninsula Hotels Group is running hotel business in Hong Kong, Beijing, Tokyo, Bangkok, Manila, New York, Chicago and Paris.
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Yangon | Yangon Railway Office Redevelopment | Proposal

From The Irrawaddy : http://www.irrawaddy.org/business/ja...velopment.html



Japan’s Mitsubishi to Invest in Downtown Rangoon Development








An artist’s impression shows plans to develop the area around Rangoon’s historic railway office by Yoma Strategic Holdings and Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation. (Picture: Yoma Strategic Holdings)





RANGOON — Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation has teamed up with Yoma Strategic Holdings to turn a section of prime Rangoon real estate into a massive shopping, residential and office development, according to a statement Tuesday.

Mitsubishi Corp. and Mitsubishi Estate signed a memorandum of understanding with Yoma Strategic, Serge Pun & Associates (SPA) and First Myanmar Investment Co. (FMI) to invest in the project. Burmese businessman Serge Pun’s is chairman of a Singapore-listed conglomerate Yoma Strategic.

The 10-acre project will be built in the area around downtown Rangoon’s colonial-era railway office, adjacent to the Bogyoke Aung San Market and Traders hotel, on which the FMI Center and Grand Mee Ya Hta residences currently sit.

The project—which includes four glass and steel high-rise towers in a large complex connected to the red-brick colonial building—has previously been valued at US$350 million, although the size of Mitsubishi’s agreed investment has not been announced.

The statement said the development will finally be approximately 20 million square feet of residential, office, retail and hospitality space.

Andrew Rickards, Yoma Strategic’s chief executive, said in the statement that the project will create an “iconic centerpiece” for Rangoon’s burgeoning business district.

“We believe the experience and expertise of Mitsubishi Corporation and Mitsubishi Estate in developing large scale mixed-use developments worldwide will help the project to achieve the highest global standard,” he said.

The Japanese partners will be involved in the planning, design, construction and operation of the project as well as providing technical assistant, the statement said.

The project brings together Mitsubishi Corp., Japan’s largest general trading company, and one of Burma’s best known businessmen, Serge Pun, or Thein Wei, who has interests in real estate, agriculture, automobiles and luxury tourism in Burma.

Other than the Mee Ya Hta building, which is being closed down ready for demolition, it is unclear which other buildings in the area will have to make way for the project.

An artist’s impression provided by Yoma Strategic shows that the development will be high-rise, apparently in contravention of a new zoning law being discussed by the city’s authorities and urban development experts, which will restrict building around Rangoon’s historic buildings.
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Here is the existing thread
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I don't know the exact name of this project
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I don't know the exact name of this project
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I'll merged it but still would be giving it a general name.
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Is this huge project started yet?
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Thanks for the updates, any redesign with the high-rise structures from the above pics? What is the final design of this project
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The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Limited and Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd sign agreement to develop The Peninsula Yangon

http://www.travelweeklyweb.com/the-h...a-yangon/46482

The hotel will be located at the former Myanmar Railway Company headquarters.



HONG KONG- The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited and Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd. have announced a definitive shareholders' agreement for the purpose of restoring the former Myanmar Railway Company headquarters into a hotel to be called The Peninsula Yangon.

The agreement, subject to conditions and approval, will seek to redevelop and restore the heritage building, which dates from the 1880s and is one of the oldest existing colonial buildings in Yangon. It is located on Bogyoke Aung San Road in the central business district of Yangon, one kilometre north of the Yangon River and adjacent to the tourist attraction known as Scott's Market.
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