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Old November 24th, 2012, 08:50 PM   #281
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Crane spotted at Pavilion 2 Expansion Site. Anyway this Christmas.


Bedazzled in 1 Fashion Mall. Bedazzling Christmas at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
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Website: http://www.pavilion-kl.com/content/
Rated 4.5 star on TripAdvisor: http://www.tripadvisor.com.my/Attrac...rsekutuan.html

No. of Tenants: 459; Parking Bays: 2,427; Estimated Annual Traffic: 32 million visitors (Source: Pavilion REIT, listed on Bursa Malaysia)

'World's Best Retail Mall' by FIABCI Prix d'Excellence Awards 2009
'Architecture Award (Retail) - Asia Pacific' by Asia Pacific Property Awards in association with Bloomberg Television
'Innovative Design & Development of a New Retail Project' by International Council of Shopping Centers in Asia Shopping Centre Awards 2010


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Notable Fashion Standalone Boutiques:

A|J Armani Jeans
A|X Armani Exchange
Adidas Originals (Blue)
Adidas Performance
Aēsop
Aigner, Etienne
ALDO Collection
Annick Goutal
Asics
Aveda
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bauhaus
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bebe
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Ben Sherman
Billabong
Biotherm
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BOSS Hugo Boss
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Chopard
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City Chain
cK Calvin Klein
cK Calvin Klein Jeans
cK Calvin Klein Watch & Jewellery
Clariancy
Clinique
Coach


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Colantotte
Cole Haan
Colour Culture (by OPI Products Inc.)
Condotti
Converse
Cotton On
Crabtree & Evelyn
Crocs
Crumpler
DC Comics Super Heroes
Dermalogica
Desigual Store (at Parkson)
Diane von Furstenberg
diptyque Paris
diva
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Doris Vinci Jewelry
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Elie Bleu
Emilio Pucci
Ermenegildo Zegna
ESPRIT
Etude House
Evita Peroni
Fendi
Forever 21
FOSSIL
Fred Perry
G2000
GAP Kids
GEOX
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Giuseppe Zanotti
Givenchy
gordonMax
Gucci
GUESS
GUESS Accessories & Shoes
GUESS Kids
H20+
HABA
Hackett London
Havaianas, The 'H' Store
Hermès
Hush Puppies
INVICTA Watches
IWC Schaffhausen
Jaspal
Jim Thompson
Jimmy Choo
Jo Malone London
Juicy Couture
Jurlique
Karen Millen
Kiehl's New York


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La Martina
La Senza
Laura Mercier
LeSportsac
Levi's Store (Original)
LIULIGONGFANG
L'Occitane en Provence
Longchamp
Longines
Luxenter
M.A.C
MANGO MNG
Marc by Marc Jacobs
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Massimo Dutti
Michael Kors
Mikimoto
Montblanc
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Mothercare
Mothers en Vogue
Mt. Sapola, Spa at home
Mugler by Thierry Mugler
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Nike
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OMEGA
Onitsuka Tiger
OPTICAL 88
ORIKS Korea Cosmetics
Oroton
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Paris Hilton
Patchi International
Paul Frank
Pedro
Pepe Jeans
Phiten
Prada
Promod
Pull & Bear


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Radley
RADO
Ralph Lauren
Ralph Lauren, Denim & Supply
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Red Army Watches
René Furterer
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Versace Jeans (at Parkson)
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XZQT
Yves Saint Laurent
ZARA
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PAVILION IS A LOW PROFILE STORY: The story behind Pavilion KL, one of the most popular shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur, was out in Bloomberg this morning. The shopping mall REIT is the best performing amongst recent large Malaysian initial public offerings (IPOs).



Billionaire Lim Unmasked as Pavilion REIT Outpaces Malaysia IPOs
By Netty Ismail - Nov 22, 2012 12:00 AM GMT+0800
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Desmond Lim Siew Choon became a billionaire developing a high-end retail mall and an office tower in Kuala Lumpur, wooing Middle Eastern investors and listing the properties as a real estate investment trust.

The 52-year-old chairman of Pavilion Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT), Malaysia’s second-biggest property trust by market value, is worth at least $1 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Lim and his wife, Tan Kewi Yong, own 38 percent of the Kuala Lumpur-based trust, whose shares have outpaced other companies that raised at least $50 million in an initial public offering in Malaysia in the past 12 months.


The Pavilion shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Photographer: Andrea Pistolesi/Getty Images

Rising consumption and increased tourism in Malaysia have bolstered Pavilion REIT, which has surged almost 60 percent since trading on Dec. 7. Malaysia’s gross domestic product exceeded 5 percent for at least a fifth quarter as the government raised spending and unveiled infrastructure projects before a general election that must be held by early 2013.

“While the general masses have benefited from this wealth effect, I would say that the upper crust would have seen the largest gains from the recent run up,” said William Chan, chief executive officer of Singapore-based family office Stamford Privee. “Connections matter, both locally and globally.”

Lim, who has never appeared on an international wealth ranking, declined to be interviewed as he’s traveling for business, said Philip Ho, CEO of Pavilion REIT Management Sdn, which manages the property trust.

Oklahoma Education

Lim majored in finance at the University of Central Oklahoma, and started building houses, condominiums and office towers with developer Khuan Choo Group in the 1980s. As Malaysia prodded banks to merge, Lim took over the listing status of Gadek Capital Bhd. after the latter sold its finance business to Hong Leong Bank Bhd. in 2000. Lim injected Khuan Choo into Gadek, renamed it Malton Bhd. (MALT) and relisted it in 2002.

The billionaire made the bulk of his fortune from developing the mixed-use Pavilion project -- a mall, two luxury apartment towers and an office building -- on the former site of a girls’ school in Kuala Lumpur, one of the last pieces of prime real estate in the capital.

Malton was the contractor of the Pavilion, located in the main shopping street of Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur’s version of Fifth Avenue in New York and Orchard Road in Singapore. In the heart of the city’s Golden Triangle entertainment and commercial district, the mall, which drives the property trust’s earnings, is surrounded by hotels including the Westin Kuala Lumpur and JW Marriott Hotel. Tourists account for more than 30 percent of Pavilion’s shoppers. Malaysia attracted 24.7 million tourists last year, almost double the 12.7 million in 2001.

Showing Luxury

The mall, which has total net lettable retail area of more than 1.3 million square feet, houses boutiques including Prada and Hermes alongside luxury-car showrooms offering the latest Jaguar and Bentley models. Other tenants include The Loaf, a Japanese-style gourmet bakery and bistro part-owned by former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, as well as an art gallery promoting the works of American pop artist Robert Indiana and contemporary painters.

When Lim embarked on the project around 2002, his entry cost was low with commercial and residential properties in downtown Kuala Lumpur transacting at less than 500 ringgit ($164) per square foot, the Edge newspaper reported on Sept. 27, 2010. Prices had risen more than three times to about 1,800 ringgit per square foot by the time it was completed in 2008, according to the newspaper.


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Golden Triangle

There is an “increasing scarcity of prime land” in the capital’s city center, particularly in the Golden Triangle area, the research unit of Kuala Lumpur-based Alliance Investment Bank Bhd. said in a report dated July 25.

Kuwait Finance House (KFIN), the Persian Gulf state’s biggest Islamic lender, helped to finance the development cost when it took a 49 percent stake in the Pavilion project in 2006 and bought both the residential towers. Qatar Investment Authority has since bought the stake from Kuwait Finance House and owns about 36 percent of Pavilion REIT.

Lim and his wife received about 703 million ringgit in cash from selling their stakes in the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Mall and the office tower to the trust before its initial share sale, according to Bloomberg calculations. They were also paid in equity and are the biggest shareholders in Pavilion REIT, along with Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund.

“The turning point for him is through this development project,” said Ang Kok Heng, chief investment officer at Phillip Capital Management Sdn. in Kuala Lumpur. “He’s been keeping a very low profile; not many people know much about him.”


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Meeting Adjourned

In December 2006, Lim and his wife angered minority shareholders of Malton when they were absent from the company’s annual general meeting for the second consecutive time, Bernama reported then. The gathering was adjourned to a later date after the investors demanded that Lim, the company’s executive chairman, and his wife, its executive director, attend the next meeting, according to the Malaysian state news service.

Six out of nine analysts who cover Pavilion REIT have a “buy” or “outperform” recommendation on the trust, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Pavilion REIT closed at a record high of 1.46 ringgit on Nov. 14. The property trust’s total return of 62 percent since it started trading to yesterday outpaced the 13 percent return by the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index in the same time period.

“Pavilion has been a success story among Malaysian REITs,” said Philippe Espinasse, former co-head of Asian equity capital markets at Nomura Holdings Ltd. The “scale of the properties” and its high-end positioning contributed to its gains, said the author of “IPO: A Global Guide.”

Retail Advantages

Pavilion REIT will probably climb to 1.60 ringgit per share as consumer spending remains resilient and the mall, the “crown jewel” of the trust, attracts more visitors once a subway is completed in as early as 2016, said Loong Kok Wen, an analyst at RHB Research Institute in Kuala Lumpur.

The property trust plans to acquire other malls including Fahrenheit88, located opposite the Pavilion.

Lim’s closely-held Urusharta Cemerlang, which developed the Pavilion project, bought a piece of land in Jalan Bukit Bintang for a record 7,209.80 ringgit per square foot in 2010 from Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Plc. Lim’s Urusharta Cemerlang Development owns 51 percent of Urusharta Cemerlang and Qatar Investment Authority holds the remaining equity.

Stake Valuation

Lim’s stake in the property venture with the sovereign wealth fund is valued at $60 million based on the average price- to-book of four publicly traded peers: IGB Corp., KLCC Property Holdings Bhd., Eastern & Oriental Bhd. and Overseas Union Enterprise Ltd.

The billionaire and his wife once owned about 24 percent Paracorp Bhd., a Kuala Lumpur-based maker of electronic components, before it was delisted from Bursa Malaysia in 2007, according to company filings. Lim also owns almost 13 percent of Hong Kong-listed Nan Hai Corp., which focuses on property development in China. He sold a 4.8 percent stake in Nan Hai in 2007 for HK$957 million ($123 million).

Lim’s wife is the sister of businessman (Tan Sri) Robert Tan Hua Choon (the elder brother of Berjaya Group's Tan Sri Vincent Tan), according to the Edge. The billionaire’s brother-in-law controls at least half a dozen Malaysian listed companies including ceramic ware maker Goh Ban Huat Bhd. and investment holding firm FCW Holdings Bhd., data compiled by Bloomberg show.

“In Malaysia, connections are necessary especially if you are in property development,” Ang said. “Connections help to speed up things and you get more favorable terms when you submit your proposals to the right authorities.”

Less Vulnerable

Pavilion REIT posted better-than-expected net property income of 61 million ringgit in the third quarter because of higher rental and advertising earnings. Southeast Asia’s third- largest economy is projected by the central bank to expand at least 5 percent or better in 2012.

“Being less vulnerable to potential external shocks, economies like Malaysia have been able to dig down and create its own momentum,” said Chan of Stamford Privee. “It won’t be surprising that Malaysia will be able to mint out its own fair share of Asian billionaires.”

To contact the reporter on this story: Netty Ismail in Singapore at [email protected] To contact the editor responsible for this story: Matthew G. Miller at [email protected]



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Old December 28th, 2012, 01:05 AM   #282
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Wow! That's stores! I'd lost my way there!
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Old February 16th, 2013, 09:12 PM   #283
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Top ten largest shopping malls in the world

1. New South China Mall - Dongguan, China - 659,612 sq m, 2,350 stores.
2. Shandiz Shopping Center - Mashhad, Iran - 562,000 sq m, 1,600 stores.
3. Golden Resources Mall - Beijing, China - 557,419 sq m, 1,000 stores.
4. SM City North EDSA - Quezon City, Philippines - 482,878 sq m, 1,100 stores.
5. Utama - Selangor, Malaysia - 465,000 sq m, 750 stores.
6. Persian Gulf Complex - Shiraz, Iran - 450,000 sq m, 2,500 stores.
7. Central World - Bangkok, Thailand - 429,500 sq m, 600 stores.
8. Isfahan City Center - Isfahan, Iran - 425,000 sq m, 750 stores.
9. Mid Valley Megamall - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 420,000 sq m, 430 stores.
10. Cehavir Mall - Istanbul, Turkey - 420,000 sq m, 343 stores.
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Old February 17th, 2013, 12:26 AM   #284
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Old February 17th, 2013, 10:27 AM   #285
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I call bullshit on that list.

What about the Dubai Mall?
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Old February 17th, 2013, 12:06 PM   #286
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Um if that list is from wikipedia, which it appears to be, it needs an overhaul
Here are two errors, that shoot the list out of the water. The themeparks in some malls is part of the GLA. I am sure there a few more centres missing too.

West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton 570,000 m2
Seacon Square Bangkok 500,000 m2
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Old February 17th, 2013, 01:33 PM   #287
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Maybe the mall in Dongguan is the biggest, according to its GLA, but it's in 99% vacant.
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Old February 17th, 2013, 05:32 PM   #288
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Dubai mall is the biggest, isn't it?
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Some pics from the construction of the Persian Gulf Complex, the world's largest by number of stores:







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Old February 18th, 2013, 06:40 PM   #290
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Asians love it. I knew about China and Malaysia but I'm surprised Iran is among top 10.
By the way a good idea would be to make a list of different countries biggest malls. Or something like "The 3 largest malls in your country", idk. Or should it be about cities, not countries... But only 1 mall in this case, or the thread becomes a mess
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The worlds biggest mall is the Dubai mall...
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I think the Dubai mall is 14th or 15th largest mall in the world, of course by considering the surrounding buildings, it can be said its total ground area is more than others, but the above list is just about the malls.
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Goodness we've gotten behind, Mall of America was the largest for a long time.
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1. New South China Mall - Dongguan, China - 659,612 sq m, 2,350 stores.

A closer look at this mall-



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99% of the mall remains empty
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Goodness we've gotten behind, Mall of America was the largest for a long time.
Mall of America was never the World's Largest. It was Built after the West Edmonton Mall. So always second fiddle in North America....
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Mall of America was never the World's Largest. It was Built after the West Edmonton Mall. So always second fiddle in North America....
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And don't forget to source your pics guys!
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we already have a thread for this one

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we already have a thread for this one

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Thanks for pointing that out, merged.
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