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Old July 13th, 2009, 09:29 AM   #481
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Ongoing, Upcoming & Future Developments

Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

1. 31-storey office tower by Bellworth Developments - along Jalan Damansara
2. 30-storey Sinaran TTDI serviced apartment by UDA Holdings - along Jalan Damansara
3. 12-storey Ken Holdings headquarters - Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi
4. 15-storey office tower in Glomac Damansara Phase 1
5. 25-storey corporate tower in Glomac Damansara
6. 8, 9 and 10-storey of office suites in Glomac Damansara
7. Two 28-storey serviced apartments in Glomac Damansara
8. An office tower on 0.87 acre near Glomac Damansara by Naza TTDI
9. A future mixed development on 0.65 acre near Glomac Damansara by Naza TTDI
10. Abandoned project Mas Kiara TTDI will be resuming

[Recently completed: TTDI Plaza; The Residences TTDI]


Glomac Damansara phase 2 and 3



Damansara Utama/Jaya/SS2

1. Damansara Uptown Phase 2 - RM900 million project will start 2010
2. 3 blocks of residences Ameera Phase 2 in SS2
3. 2 blocks of offices Ameera Phase 3
4. SSTwo hybrid mall, next to Ken 3 and Ameera 1
5. Proposed Atria Damansara Jaya redevelopment
6. 29-storey The Tropics Suites @ Tropicana City Mall
7. Signature Office tower @ Tropicana City Mall
8. Casa Damansara 3
9. A hotel in Kayu Ara

[Recently completed: Casa Suites @ Tropicana City Business Park (Damansara Intan); Tropicana City Mall; Ken Damansara 3; Ameera 1; 10 Boulevard Kayu Ara shop offices]


Uptown Phase 2 will have office towers, serviced apartment and a boutique mall

Proposed redevelopment of Atria Damansara Jaya



Bandar Utama Damansara

1. 3 blocks of 41 storeys luxury condos called 9 Bukit Utama
2. 25-storey office tower called 1 First Avenue, next to KPMG/IBM Tower
3. Proposed MIC headquarters and convention centre in BU 11, across the bridge
4. Pelangi Sentral @ Pelangi Damansara

[Recently completed: The Club Bandar Utama; Opal @ Sunway Damansara]


1 First Avenue will be Bandar Utama's premier and green office tower



Mutiara Damansara

1. KidZania Kuala Lumpur Indoor Theme Park @ The Curve NX mall
2. 23 and 25-storey The Surian Residences
3. 16-storey Mudajaya Tower
4. 2 to 3 office towers and a shopping mall called Glomac Mutiara Damansara
5. Dialog Group Tower
6. TSR Group Tower
7. Great Eastern office suites
8. 9 blocks of 10 to 12-storey offices and soho called Nucleus Mutiara Damansara
9. The Royale Surian Hotel

[Recently completed: The Surian Tower (Nestle is anchor tenant); Surian Condominiums]


Surian Residences is now open for registration; KidZania was brought in by Khazanah Nasional



Damansara Perdana

1. 4 towers of 20-21 storeys PJ Trade Centre
2. PJ Trade Centre Phase 2 - Point 92 http://pjtradecentre.com/point92
3. Neo Damansara Phase 2 - apartment, hotel, office tower, showroom and f&b plaza
4. Ritze Perdana 2
5. Metropolitan Square Phase 2
6. Armanee Terrace 2

[Recently completed: Metropolitan Square Phase 1 (Citibank anchor retail level)]


Point 92 to be developed by PJTC's developer, which is related to MK Land

Neo Damansara @ Damansara Perdana



Kota Damansara

1. The Strand Phase 2 - two apartment towers, mall and boulevard
2. Giza Dataran Sunway retail mall (Jusco anchor tenant?)
3. Carrefour Kota Damansara hypermarket, Section 11
4. Cova Suites, Cova Kota Damansara Phase 2
5. Cova Corporate City

[Recently completed: The Strand Phase 1; Giant Kota Damansara hypermarket]


Giza hybrid and street mall is completing soon...


Cova Corporate City will be built next to recently completed SEGi College Malaysia



Tropicana Damansara

1. Twin tower office tower for Dijaya Group
2. 4 blocks of 39storeys condo Tropicana Grande
3. Tropicana Avenue Commercial Centre and Tropicana Gardens shop offices

[Recently completed: Casa Indah 2 Condominiums]


Tropicana Gardens; Tropicana Grande



Bandar Sri Damansara

1. Two 21-storey office towers called 8trium @ Sri Damansara
2. 12 blocks of 36 storeys condominium Bukit Meranti, Bandar Sri Damansara



Desa ParkCity

1. 40-storey The Northshore Gardens
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wah office tower.... quite mysterious looking

now the whole area is gonna be jammed pack from Mutiara to BU to TTDI.... where is the LRT?
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Ongoing, Upcoming & Future Developments

Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

1. 31-storey office tower by Bellworth Developments - along Jalan Damansara
2. 30-storey Sinaran TTDI serviced apartment by UDA Holdings - along Jalan Damansara
3. 12-storey Ken Holdings headquarters - Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi
4. 15-storey office tower in Glomac Damansara Phase 1
5. 25-storey corporate tower in Glomac Damansara
6. 8, 9 and 10-storey of office suites in Glomac Damansara
7. Two 28-storey serviced apartments in Glomac Damansara
8. An office tower on 0.87 acre near Glomac Damansara by Naza TTDI
9. A future mixed development on 0.65 acre near Glomac Damansara by Naza TTDI
10. Abandoned project Mas Kiara TTDI will be resuming

[Recently completed: TTDI Plaza; The Residences TTDI]


Glomac Damansara phase 2 and 3



Damansara Utama/Jaya/SS2

1. Damansara Uptown Phase 2 - RM900 million project will start 2010
2. 3 blocks of residences Ameera Phase 2 in SS2
3. 2 blocks of offices Ameera Phase 3
4. SSTwo hybrid mall, next to Ken 3 and Ameera 1
5. Proposed Atria Damansara Jaya redevelopment
6. 29-storey The Tropics Suites @ Tropicana City Mall
7. Signature Office tower @ Tropicana City Mall
8. Casa Damansara 3
9. A hotel in Kayu Ara

[Recently completed: Casa Suites @ Tropicana City Business Park (Damansara Intan); Tropicana City Mall; Ken Damansara 3; Ameera 1; 10 Boulevard Kayu Ara shop offices]


Uptown Phase 2 will have office towers, serviced apartment and a boutique mall

Proposed redevelopment of Atria Damansara Jaya



Bandar Utama Damansara

1. 3 blocks of 41 storeys luxury condos called 9 Bukit Utama
2. 25-storey office tower called 1 First Avenue, next to KPMG/IBM Tower
3. Proposed MIC headquarters and convention centre in BU 11, across the bridge
4. Pelangi Sentral @ Pelangi Damansara

[Recently completed: The Club Bandar Utama; Opal @ Sunway Damansara]


1 First Avenue will be Bandar Utama's premier and green office tower



Mutiara Damansara

1. KidZania Kuala Lumpur Indoor Theme Park @ The Curve NX mall
2. 23 and 25-storey The Surian Residences
3. 16-storey Mudajaya Tower
4. 2 to 3 office towers and a shopping mall called Glomac Mutiara Damansara
5. Dialog Group Tower
6. TSR Group Tower
7. Great Eastern office suites
8. 9 blocks of 10 to 12-storey offices and soho called Nucleus Mutiara Damansara
9. The Royale Surian Hotel

[Recently completed: The Surian Tower (Nestle is anchor tenant); Surian Condominiums]


Surian Residences is now open for registration; KidZania was brought in by Khazanah Nasional



Damansara Perdana

1. 4 towers of 20-21 storeys PJ Trade Centre
2. PJ Trade Centre Phase 2 - Point 92 http://pjtradecentre.com/point92
3. Neo Damansara Phase 2 - apartment, hotel, office tower, showroom and f&b plaza
4. Ritze Perdana 2
5. Metropolitan Square Phase 2
6. Armanee Terrace 2

[Recently completed: Metropolitan Square Phase 1 (Citibank anchor retail level)]


Point 92 to be developed by PJTC's developer, which is related to MK Land

Neo Damansara @ Damansara Perdana



Kota Damansara

1. The Strand Phase 2 - two apartment towers, mall and boulevard
2. Giza Dataran Sunway retail mall (Jusco anchor tenant?)
3. Carrefour Kota Damansara hypermarket, Section 11
4. Cova Suites, Cova Kota Damansara Phase 2
5. Cova Corporate City

[Recently completed: The Strand Phase 1; Giant Kota Damansara hypermarket]


Giza hybrid and street mall is completing soon...


Cova Corporate City will be built next to recently completed SEGi College Malaysia



Tropicana Damansara

1. Twin tower office tower for Dijaya Group
2. 4 blocks of 39storeys condo Tropicana Grande
3. Tropicana Avenue Commercial Centre and Tropicana Gardens shop offices

[Recently completed: Casa Indah 2 Condominiums]


Tropicana Gardens; Tropicana Grande



Bandar Sri Damansara

1. Two 21-storey office towers called 8trium @ Sri Damansara
2. 12 blocks of 36 storeys condominium Bukit Meranti, Bandar Sri Damansara



Desa ParkCity

1. 40-storey The Northshore Gardens
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Mutiara Damansara
http://glomac.com.my/property/future_commercial.asp



Sited in the developed area of Mutiara Damansara surrounded with established commercial hubs, business centers and residential units, the mix development entails retail spaces, office suites and corporate office.Located on a high land fronting Damansara - Puchong Highway (LDP) and Kerinchi Link, the building can be easily seen and can become a landmark for Mutiara Damansara. Look out for this space for latest updates on this development.

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another shopping mall - Citta StripMall@Ara Damansara

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Not another mall! Can you blame folks for shaking their heads in disbelief at the news of yet another mall taking up precious space in the Klang Valley? But for the team behind Citta, a new strip mall coming up near the suburb of Ara Damansara off the Subang Airport Road in Subang, the question is not whether we need another mall but rather what kind of mall we need.
To cut through the “mall fatigue”, one has to come up with a new concept which meets people’s needs so that it isn’t just another mall, says Allan Soo, managing director of Regroup Associates, the retail consultant for Citta.

Puncakdana Sdn Bhd, in partnership with SEB Asset Management — one of Germany’s largest real estate fund managers with about €11 billion (about RM51 billion) of real estate assets under its management — is developing the RM280 million open concept retail precinct. Of significance is the fact that this marks one of its first investments in Malaysia.
SEB is investing RM280 million (the end- value of the development) in a 70% stake in the Citta project or at RM670 psf on the net lettable area of 424,467 sq ft.

In an email interview, Barbara Knoflach, CEO of SEB Asset Management, says Citta is its first joint venture with a local Malaysian developer.
“We like the passion and sincerity displayed by the Citta team, as well as the significant experience of the project team. As a retail concept, we feel that Citta is a mall that is different in positioning and provides a unique offering, different from the ordinary shopping centres that are currently available in Malaysia. We believe that the location and catchment of the mall is good and will continue to improve as the area becomes more established as a quality residential location,” says Knoflach.

SEB, she adds, is working on making more investments in Malaysia. “We see Malaysia as a country with good potential from a real estate investment perspective. Foreign restrictions and rules governing the ownership of real estate are more friendly compared with many other countries in the region, and basic infrastructure is well-provided. In terms of real estate fundamentals, we think Malaysia is well-positioned to see good steady long-term growth,” says Knoflach.

SEB currently has investments in Japan, China and Singapore.
In light of the current turbulent global economy, Knoflach says: “We will continue to diversify our portfolio and manage our downside risks to make sure that we are not vulnerable to large volatility from any one single market, sector or investment. We are a conservative long-term investor and we hope that by being well-capitalised, despite these uncertain times, and by retaining the flexibility to react to new opportunities, we will be able to invest in good properties that will deliver good returns for us in the long-term.”
SEB is a North European financial services group with core markets in Scandinavia, Germany and the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

It also has local presence in other Nordic countries like Poland, Ukraine and Russia. As at Sept 30, 2008, the group’s total assets amounted to about €237 billion while funds under management were about €122 billion.
SEB Asset Management, based in Frankfurt, is the specialist real estate and securities investment house in Germany for the SEB group under its wealth management division, which has about €121 billion in assets under management.
The chairman of SEB, Marcus Wallenberg, was appointed to the board of directors of Temasek Holdings on July 8 this year.

Citta

So, what is unique about Citta? According to the developer, this is a “convenience-based” strip mall with a low-density plot ratio of less than two spanning a large eight-acre footprint. When completed, the horse shoe-shaped five-level building, comprising three retail floors, a basement car park and a rooftop, would offer some one million sq ft of gross floor area.
“Everyone knows that shoppers seldom visit the higher floors, so why go any higher than three floors? According to the law of diminishing returns, the higher you go, the higher the cost as well,” says Soo of the design.

Not surprisingly, Puncakdana’s managing director Mah Siew Sian and his team were initially sceptical when the idea of a strip mall was first presented to them. Not only that, why another mall when the long-established 1 Utama with five million sq ft of retail floors was not far away?
“After sleeping on it (the proposal), and with more research and analysis, it began to make sense. We are building something that bridges the gap between a shopping centre and shophouses. It is managed like a shopping centre but with the convenience of a shophouse,” Mah tells City & Country.

With Citta, the emphasis is on convenience and focus on the family, from parents to baby, especially families from a catchment area of almost 70,000 households within a 10-minute drive of the strip mall. The anchor tenant is the car park, says Soo. In a strip mall, all shops front the car park to allow customers to just park and walk in. “You can just park at a carpark bay nearest to the shop you are interested in and walk in,” he says. Although common in the US, strip malls are not as common here. One local example could be the retail centre in the gated and guarded Desa ParkCity development in Kuala Lumpur.

There are 1,200 parking bays in total, including 400 bays taking pride of place over four acres in the heart of the development, says Soo. Although yet to be finalised, the rental rates may be from RM4 psf to RM10 psf or an average of RM5 psf. The tenant mix will again be family and convenience-oriented, offering a mix of high and medium-end products focusing on food and beverage, family and children products and services, health and wellness and convenience shops such as grocers, chemists and others. Although fashion would not be the main focus, there will be room for boutiques offering trendy yet inexpensive fashionwear.

Food and beverage will also be key and right now, Soo says, he has been getting fat from identifying the “best food” he could find to operate outlets here. “We will be signing up some core tenants before the end of the year,” he says.

The rain tree

The car park may be the anchor tenant but the “chief resident” would be a mature and shady rain tree, which will be Citta’s signature landmark, says Soo. In fact, Citta’s logo takes inspiration from the rain tree, which will eventually make its home here.
“We are now looking for the right tree so we could transplant it here,” says Soo, adding that the tree was chosen as a symbolic environmental reminder that we are losing our trees to concrete and thus the need to appreciate the environment.

The target is to open Citta in 2H2010, when the current economic slowdown is expected to be over. “We will open just as the recession has turned,” says Soo.
Citta’s site is part of a 15-acre plot in what is known as Parcel B of Parcels A–F totalling 60-odd acres of land alienated to state statutory body Yayasan Selangor. As the landowner, Yayasan Selangor has partnered Puncakdana to build several projects in Parcels C and D. On Parcel C now are two condominium projects — Puncak Nusa Kelana and Puncak Seri Kelana. The latter was completed in 2001, comprising 619 units on 6.5 actres with a GDV of RM95 million, while the former, comprising 468 units with a GDV of RM90 million, was completed in 2003.

On the 15-odd-acre Parcel D is the Dana 1 Commercial Centre comprising 152 units of shopoffices (completed in 2007) and an office tower under construction which will eventually serve as Symphony House Bhd’s headquarters. There is a remaining 2.5-acre plot for future development on the Dana 1 site.

Puncakdana has so far completed properties worth RM360 million in gross development value (GDV) in this area while the developer’s remaining landbank here will take another 10 years to be developed, including Citta.
The developer is, however, facing a challenge with the development of Citta. The site is currently literally “under water” and some residents in the area have come to accept it as “their lake”. The hoardings have come up and the developer has begun filling the lake, sparking protests from some quarters who want the “lake” to be saved.

According to the developer, the so-called lake which sits on private land isn’t really a lake. Mah says: “The land is lower than the road and the surrounding developments, which is why it has collected water. Now we are discharging the water and raising the land. It is not a lake and we have explained this and briefed the residents about the site and our plans for it.” Piling work is expected to start next month, with construction taking about 24 months.
What’s next after Citta? Mah says there are plans to build five blocks of offices with a GDV of RM600 million on the seven-acre plot adjacent to Citta. “The offices will eventually provide the daytime population to feed Citta,” he says.

Asked about the competition from the retail projects planned for the area, by other developers, Mah says Citta’s open concept and focus on family and convenience are unique. Besides, “there would not be more of this kind of mall around here simply because for this concept to work, you need space,” he adds.

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UNICORN International Islamic Bank Malaysia Bhd (Unicorn) this year expects to triple the RM812,546 maiden profit it recorded last year, said chairman Datuk Vaseehar Hassan Abdul Razak.

He said investment and corporate banking would be the main drivers of growth for the Islamic bank which started operations last year.

"Last year, we made a very small profit. This year, probably we will do three times (more) than last year," he said after signing an agreement with Bank Rakyat and Puncakdana Sdn Bhd in Kuala Lumpur today.

As the first foreign Islamic bank licensed to conduct a full range of non-Ringgit banking facilities, he said Unicorn aimed to record transactions worth US$200 million to US$300 million this year.





Today, the bank inked its first transaction jointly with Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia (Bank Rakyat) to arrange a RM101 million club deal Islamic financing for Puncakdana Sdn Bhd.

To be used for the development of the CITTA Mall, the facility would see Bank Rakyat providing financing of RM90 million, while Unicorn will finance with US$3.4 million (RM11 million).

The RM280 million CITTA Mall development is an open concept retail precinct to be located at Ara Damansara and its completion is expected by end of next year.

Vaseehar said Unicorn was also talking to three to four industry players interested in securing Islamic financing.

"We have a few mandates in hand but it's too premature for us to name them," he said, adding that they were from the oil and gas, shipping and retail industries.

He said Unicorn was also looking at club deals with local bankers in providing Islamic financing for local businesses.

"Unicorn is a US dollar-based bank. So, we take a small portion of the facility. The bigger portion will be taken by local banks in ringgit," he added. - Bernama
Bank Rakyat biaya RM90j
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BANK Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Berhad (Bank Rakyat) terus mengukuhkan kedudukannya memajukan struktur kewangan Islam apabila bekerjasama dengan institusi kewangan Islam antarabangsa, Unicorn International Islamic Bank Malaysia Berhad (Unicorn) menyediakan pembiayaan RM101 juta kepada Puncakdana Sdn Bhd (Puncakdana) untuk membangunkan projek CITTA Mall.

Berdasarkan kerjasama itu, Bank Rakyat akan membiayai RM90 juta manakala Unicorn membiayai RM11 juta (AS$3.14 juta) berasaskan kemudahan pembiayaan Murabahah dan Istisna’.

CITTA Mall adalah pusat beli-belah berkonsepkan peruncitan terbuka di kawasan kejiranan Saujana/Ara Damansara yang dijangka siap pembinaannya menjelang akhir tahun depan.

Pada Mei 2008, SEB Asset Management (SEB), pengurus dana hartanah terbesar di Jerman dengan aset pengurusan bernilai 10 bilion Euro mengumumkan jalinan rakan niaga bersama Puncakdana bagi pembangunan CITTA Mall membabitkan nilai projek RM280 juta.


Pengarah Urusan Bank Rakyat, Datuk Kamaruzaman Che Mat, berkata penyertaan pihaknya untuk menjalinkan kerjasama bagi pembangunan projek berprestij itu tepat pada masanya.

“Kami bekerjasama dengan bank Islam bertaraf antarabangsa bagi pembangunan projek berprestij ini yang diuruskan SEB dan dibangunkan Puncakdana. Ia adalah kerjasama yang begitu bernilai,” katanya pada sidang media selepas majlis menandatangani perjanjian kerjasama antara Bank Rakyat, Unicorn dan Puncakdana di Kuala Lumpur, semalam.

Pada majlis itu, Unicorn diwakili Pengerusinya, Datuk Vaseehar Hassan Abdul Razak manakala Puncakdana diwakili Pengerusinya, Datuk Zakaria Abdul Hamid.

Mengulas lanjut mengenai kerjasama itu, Kamaruzaman berkata, inisiatif kerjasama itu bertujuan mengukuhkan lagi struktur kewangan Islam bank berkenaan melalui kerjasama dengan institusi kewangan Islam tempatan dan antarabangsa.

“Langkah ini juga selaras dengan inspirasi kerajaan untuk mengukuhkan lagi kedudukan Malaysia sebagai hab kewangan Islam antarabangsa.

“Menerusi kerjasama ini, kami yakin bakal menjadi tumpuan kepada syarikat peruncit lain dalam usaha mengembangkan lagi penguasaan pasaran mereka,” katanya.
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Old July 30th, 2009, 03:55 AM   #495
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Proceeds from the cash call would also be used to part-finance a mixed-development project in Bukit Raja, Klang; the Royale hotels and the Curve annexure development at Mutiara Damansara; as well as the indoor theme park Kid-Zania.

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Kota Damansara folk: Area does not need a hypermarket
By FAZLEENA AZIZ


THE residents of Kota Damansara Section 11 continued with their protest over the construction of a hypermarket in the area.

Some 100 residents gathered in front of the site with banners expressing their disappointment with the Selangor state government over the issue.

The residents questioned the approval of the project, which is situated near Sekolah Kebangsaan Section 11.

The school’s parent-teacher association committee member, Shamsir Salleh, said the area did not need another hypermarket.

He also said having the hypermarket could lead to many social problems among the youths.

“We urge them to see this problem from our perspective as we strongly disagree with the construction.

Present during the protest was MIC youth coordinator S. Murugesan who questioned the state government for politicising the issue.

He said Selangor Local Government, Research and Development exco member Ronnie Liu should be more honest.

“According to Liu, the Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consu-merism Ministry had revoked the permit.

“Then why still allow them to continue with the development?” he asked.

According to Kota Damansara assemblyman Dr Mohd Nasir Hashim, the residents had every right to protest against the project.

He added that they wanted to see proof of the revocation order.

“If it had been revoked, then it is good news for the people.

“The residents are pursuing all available avenues and I would encourage them to bring it to the next level,” he said.

He also said the state government should not delay in resolving the issue.

The issue over the hypermarket has also been brought to the attention of the Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Senator T. Murugiah, who heads the Public Complaints Bureau.

Murugiah had said that the hypermarket was too close to the housing area and was asked to relocate.
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PEMbinaan pasar raya Carrefour yang diteruskan walaupun mendapat bantahan penduduk Seksyen 11 Kota Damansara . - UTUSAN/Shaifudin Mohd. Nor
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MK Land confident of achieving RM1b sales
By Zuraimi AbdullahPublished: 2009/08/13





PROPERTY developer MK Land Holdings Bhd (8893)expects to hit RM1 billion in sales in the near term as it grows double-digit annually over the next five years.

In the shorter haul, MK Land expects sales to breach RM600 million next year, buoyed by the Armanee Terrace condominiums and Rafflesia, two core products within its Damansara Perdana township in Selangor.

This should reflect further progress in the company's fortune after the return of Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal Abu Bakar.

MK Land, in which Mustapha Kamal holds a majority stake, slipped into the red in the years ended June 2007 and 2008 on extra costs incurred because of errant contractors.
It was the period when Mustapha Kamal stepped down as executive chairman from April 2007.

His return as chief executive officer in June 2008 made an instant impact as the company turned in a net profit of RM13.2 million for the nine months to March 2009, reversing the loss of RM18 million a year ago.

MK Land is due to announce its recently-ended 2009 accounts on August 28, with Mustapha Kamal only hinting that he was happy with the result. He is more bullish over MK Land's near to medium-term outlook.

"Instead of concentrating on other areas of our developments, we are focusing on the Damansara Perdana township.

"There are three major projects there - the Armanee Terrace, Rafflesia and Metropolitan Square. The projects alone will generate sales of about RM3.5 billion over five years," he said after the handing over ceremony of eight Modenas Elegant motorcycles to the Selangor police yesterday.

The motorcycles will be used to patrol Damansara Perdana, Damansara Damai and Cyberia.

"The strong demand of the projects will give the possibility of the company registering double-digit growth annually in the next five years," Mustapha Kamal added.

He disclosed that a local investor recently bought all 178 units of a tower within the Armanee Terrace's Block B development for about RM180 million.

Earlier, the entire three buildings within Block A, comprising 522 units, had been snapped up.

MK Land chief operating officer Fatimah Wahab said more towers will be built under blocks C,D, E and F.

Meanwhile, the improved financial performance enables MK Land to make an early payment of RM60 million in May to settle its outstanding bonds, ahead of the September deadline.

This subsequently cut its debts to RM400 million from about RM500 million as of June 2008, Fatimah said.
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