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Old September 15th, 2009, 08:46 PM   #2021
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Sunrise ‘buses’ in community spirit
Wednesday, 09 September 2009 11:13



Nong Chik (right) and Lim at the launching of
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KUALA LUMPUR: Residents of the Sunrise Mont Kiara development can now enjoy a free ride while getting to know their neighbours better.

Yesterday, Federal Territories Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin launched SUNRISE BHD []’s free community shuttle service exclusively for Sunrise Mont Kiara residents.

The bus, which is equipped with an environmental-friendly engine, will shuttle residents within the Mont Kiara area. The service is aimed at improving the mobility of residents, Sunrise deputy executive chairman Datuk Allan Lim Kim Huat said at the launch.

Nong Chik described the service as a testimony of Sunrise’s efforts towards community development.

Sunrise is slated to launch two new developments in the near future. The first is a residential development within the Mont Kiara area, which is expected to have a gross development value in excess of RM800 million, while the other is a commercial development in Kuala Lumpur, expected to value between RM500 million and RM600 million.

Sunrise is preparing to launch the residential development towards the end of October and the commercial development sometime next year.[/QUOTE]
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Published: 2009/09/12

Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), the country's biggest fund management company, plans to develop next year its 7.2ha surrounding Merdeka Stadium and Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur.

Its president and group chief executive officer Tan Sri Hamad Kama Piah Che Othman said it will undertake mixed property projects that add value to the surrounding areas.

PNB had said earlier that it planned to develop the land into posh residential areas and business plazas at a gross development value of RM3 billion.

Hamad Kama Piah said that PNB was stepping up property development as earnings from its property arm provided an important source of revenue for the well-diversfied group.

"PNB will increase real estate investment to ensure it reaps commensurate returns," he told reporters after handing over Hari Raya goodies to seven organisations and orphanages from Selangor in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
On Amanah Saham 1Malaysia (AS 1Malaysia), Hamad Kama Piah said that an estimated 2.4 billion units had been subscribed to date. More units of the fixed income fund are still available.

The fund, launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak on July 31, offered 10 billion units for sale at RM1
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Butler Serviced Hotels Come To Kuala Lumpur

St Regis, the six star hotel chain is aiming at moving into the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur with hotel designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

Developed by One IFC, a joint venture between CMY Capital Sdn Bhd and Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd, the scheme is being designed to accommodate not only the 200 room hotel but also 200 apartments that will also be managed by St Regis, a brand that literally has a butler service you can call on. Bertie Wooster would approve.

With approximately 80 floors, the building will have a substantial height making it one of the tallest in Kuala Lumpur, and also one of the defining skyscrapers of the under construction business district it is set to stand in, KL Sentral.

With a square footprint, the towers design is dominated by four stacks of rectangles. These present a series of differing facades to each side of the building making them look almost like a neatly arranged self-contained collection of glass books.

The building has yet to start construction but already has a firm finish date penciled in with the hotel aimed at opening on January the first 2014 according to St Regis, a very precise date that will no doubt be watched over by Jeeves
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Old September 24th, 2009, 10:32 PM   #2034
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Thursday September 24, 2009 By CHARLES FERNANDEZ

NEW signages for the Rezoning Structure Plan (CRSP) will be put up in Cyberjaya by the end of the year, after the details have been finalised with the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC).

Sepang Municipal Council (MPSp) president Azizan Mohd Sidin said as the CRSP was a federal government initiative, tenders for the project would be outsourced by the federal government.

The CRSP, which was passed during the council’s One-Stop-Centre (OSC) meeting in November last year, will see the country’s Information Technology and Intelligent City divided into 12 zones, similar to the precincts in Putrajaya.

“It is for the purpose of easy identification and postal delivery. Companies in Cyberjaya would be mentioned on the signages in the zone where they are located,” said Azizan.

Under the present arrangement, Azizan said each company placed its own signages and this was destroying the city’s landscape.

The gantries at strategic locations, which will include directional signages, were supposed to have been in place in June but had to be shelved.

As an example, the council headquarters, which is located in Cyber 1, would share the same directional signages as the Community Clubhouse and the Cyberpark, so the MPSp address would henceforth be Majlis Perbandaran Sepang, Persiaran Semarak Api, Cyber 1, 63200 Cyberjaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan.

The other addresses are: Cyber 3 (LimKokWing University, Satellite Farm, Measat); Cyber 4 (MKN Embassy, TM Net 2, TM Net, Invent Q Jaya, Ericsson, HSBC 2, HSBC, EBI); Cyber 5 (BMW, Fujitsu System, EB2, DHL, Glamorous Matrix, Prima 7, Prima Avenue, FSBM, CSP); Cyber 6 (District Cooling Plant, MCMC, Fire Station, City Command Centre, Sports Arena, SME 1, SME 2, Mustapha Kamal Building, NTT R&D Centre, EB3, Shell, Century Square, MDeC); Cyber 7 (Cyber Height Villa, Seri Puteri School, Flagship Village 1, Cyberview Garden, Setia Haruman, Cyberview Lodge Spa & Resort); Cyber 8 (Police Station), Cyber 9 (Cyberia Crescent, Smart School, Telecom); Cyber 11 (Universiti Multimedia, Cyberia, STP-A); and Cyber 12 (Neo Cyber, D’Cassia Apartments, D’Melor Apartments, Bus Terminal, CBD Perdana).

On another issue, he said heavy vehicles and school buses would no longer be allowed to be parked in housing areas.

Azizan said the council had received numerous complaints from residents on haphazard and roadside parking of lorries and school buses, leading to traffic congestion, especially in the morning and evening.

He said Development Planning department director Yunos Kashib had been tasked with identifying suitable areas for parking of the vehicles.

“We will have nine parking venues for these vehicles, with varying land areas, and there will be 24-hour security.

“It is a requirement by the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB) for heavy vehicle and school bus owners to look for their own parking area, but the council is providing an extra service by giving them suitable places to park,” added Azizan.

He said the parking operations had been outsourced to four companies for three years with an option for a two-year extension.
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End of an era as Atria Shopping Centre faces redevelopment
By TAN KARR WEI August 10th, 2009



THE Atria Shopping Centre in Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya, will soon see a new look as there are plans for redevelopment.

The iconic structure has been around since the 1980s and was the talk of the town during its heyday, when it was occupied by the Kimisawa and Printempts department stores.

It was then taken over by Parkson Grand on one wing and individual retail shoplots on the other.

Talks of a proposed 33-storey building to replace the shopping complex first surfaced during the last general election in March 2008 and residents were up in arms over the development, citing potential traffic congestion in the area with such a high-density project.

At that time, both the Barisan Nasional candidate (incumbent Petaling Jaya Utara MP Chew Mei Fun) and the DAP candidate (current Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua) had spoken out against the development.

Damansara Jaya Residents and Owners Association president Yew Cheng Hoe said they had submitted a letter of protest to the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) after attending briefings with the developer.

Residents were told that the initial proposal for a 33-storey building on top of four levels of shopping podium and 3½ levels of basement parking had been scaled down to a 22-storey building with separate blocks of 12-storey buildings.

The plan also included the upgrading of the two food courts (currently run by the MBPJ) situated on both sides of the building, replacing these with multi-level carparks and a new food court.

“We’re not against development but the density of the proposed building is too high for a residential area and it will worsen the traffic congestion in our area,” said Yew.

Yew said a nearby mall that opened recently was already causing traffic jams in the area.

“We’re also concerned about the security of our area as the crime rate is quite high in Damansara Jaya,” he said.

Residents also requested for traffic and social impact assessments but have yet to be presented these documents.

Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua said the commercial area was located within a residential area and residents should have a say as to the type of development that would take place there.

“Any development should be moderate and not bring in additional traffic into the area,” he said.

He said the 33-storey building proposed was beyond the allowable plot ratio of 1:4 under MBPJ guidelines.

Both the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) and the project developer declined to comment on the issue.
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By Rupinder Singh Published: 2009/09/30



PROPERTY developer Glomac Bhd (5020) is looking to launch at least three new developments for the financial year ending April 30 2010, with a combined gross development value (GDV) of over RM550 million.

Group managing director Datuk FD Iskandar is optimistic that the local property market will improve by the second half of next year to boost sales.

It plans to launch the second phase of its RM180 million Glomac Cyberjaya project by the middle of next month.

The second phase comprises 24 units of shop offices with a GDV of RM50 million.
Glomac bought 8.1 acres of land in Cyberjaya in 2008 and was the first to offer three-and-half-storey shop offices there.

Also in the pipeline is a commercial project on 1.3 acre freehold land in Mutiara Damansara, Selangor, which has an estimated GDV of RM250 million.

The development, surrounded by the commercial hubs of Ikea, Tesco and The Curve, will encompass retail spaces, office suites and a corporate office.

Glomas will also launch the second phase of the Plaza Kelana Jaya, a land that formerly housed the famous Kelana Seafood Centre.

Iskandar said Glomac aims to launch the fourth phase of the Plaza Kelana Centre with a GDV of some RM250 million.

"The development will be on a 3.2 acre freehold land that includes an office block, a neighbourhood shopping mall and office suites," he told Business Times yesterday.

Also in the plans are the launch of another phase at its Saujana Utama township in Sg Buloh, Selangor, in November.

"In this financial year, we are looking to launch at least three new phases," said Iskandar, adding that two phases have already been launched this year with the first sold out and the second up to 90 per cent sold out.

Iskandar also revealed that Glomac is close to acquiring at least two new landbanks before the year-end.

He said the company is talking to several parties to acquire land namely in the Klang Valley for commercial development.

He said the new land will be small in size, but have a high GDV and fast turnaround of about four to five years.
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