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Old December 7th, 2009, 11:36 AM   #2141
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Old December 7th, 2009, 12:34 PM   #2142
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Old December 7th, 2009, 02:28 PM   #2143
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100-storey skyscrapers planned for Kuala Lumpur

2009/12/07

By Vasantha Ganesan and Presenna Nambiar

KULA LUMPUR: Three sites in the city have been identified for the development of iconic structures to spur growth in the economy.

Sources say they are Dataran Perdana in Jalan Davis, the area surrounding Stadium Merdeka and the vicinity of the Matrade Centre in Jalan Duta.

All the plots of land are privately owned.Two belong to governmentlinked companies — Pelaburan Hartanah Bumiputera Bhd and Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) — while the Naza group owns 25ha in the vicinity of the Matrade Centre.

Economists were recently briefed by the Economic Planning Unit in the Prime Minister’s Department on the implementation of the iconic projects, as part of efforts to boost the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

Even though the actual designs of the three structures have not been finalised, two appeared to have a 100-storey building each.

This could rival the highest structure in the country — the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, completed in 1997 at a cost of US$1.2 billion (RM4.05 billion).

While it is understood that the design for such a skyscraper is included in the original development master plan for the 25ha site around the Matrade centre, another source claimed that a 100-storey building is to be built near Stadium Merdeka, owned by PNB.

Bank Islam Malaysia chief economist Azrul Azwa said: “The key thing is the huge cost of the development and what the government’s role will be in this.

“There needs to be a costbenefit analysis of the projects to ensure they not only give short-term benefits to GDP but also help the economy in the long run.” RSP Architect’s Hud Bakar said a 100-storey building, on average, would cost 50 per cent more per square foot than a normal high-rise building, depending on the actual design.

Real estate agent Previndran Singhe of Zerin Properties said: “It is good to have iconic developments. But we should do away with the perception that iconic developments mean tall buildings.”
hope it will be reality.....................can't wait for this.........Malaysia will have another icons and landmark.........
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Old December 7th, 2009, 02:31 PM   #2144
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hope it will be reality.....................cant wait for this.........Malaysia will have another icons and landmark.........
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Old December 7th, 2009, 03:17 PM   #2145
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60+ storeys proposal projects in KUALA LUMPUR!
St Regis Hotel & Residence @ KL Sentral
80 storeys - proposed



Plaza Rakyat Office Tower
79 storeys - abandoned



Four Seasons Place Kuala Lumpur
65 storeys - proposed



The Puncak Baru Residential Tower
60 storeys - proposed



Tamansari Riverside Garden City Revolving Tower (Parcel M)
60 storeys - proposed

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Old December 7th, 2009, 04:01 PM   #2146
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Emkay to build first green building in Cyberjaya
Thursday, 26 November 2009 15:23

CYBERJAYA: An office premise to be built by Emkay Group via Joyful Getaway Sdn Bhd will be the first building in Malaysia to be accredited with the internationally recognized Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) GOLD certification.

The RM120 million project which involves the CONSTRUCTION [] of a 323,000 sq ft building, will also mark the first green building in Cyberjaya.

Emkay Group chairman Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal told a press conference here today said that the building would be leased out to Shell Shared Service Centre (SSSC).

Having a green building, he said, would not only increase the asset value of the property but also lower the operational cost through conservation of energy and water.

"The move towards green building is very important as it is going to provide a healthier and safer environment for the occupants.

"Green TECHNOLOGY [] is the way of the future. It will change not only your approach towards the design and construction of property but also in the way we occupy and manage property," he said after the signing of the lease agreement between Joyful Gateaway and SSSC Kuala Lumpur Sdn Bhd.

Shell Malaysia chairman Datuk Saw Choo Boon said the signing of the lease agreement confirmed a planned change in Shell Malaysia's physical footprints.

The completion and occupation of the building by 2011 and the same of its accomodations in KL Sentral by 2012 would be the outcome of a rigorous evaluation process that is based on Shell's technical, environmental, social and financial requirements, he said.

"With these two offices, Shell businesses and service centres in the Klang Valley will occupy only two premises from the 10 physical locations today.

"This move will enable us to find synergies and cost savings through economies of scale. We will also be able to gain greater collaboration, thus the ability to respond faster to the needs of the customers in the region," he said.

The Cyberjaya building will have five levels of office space and three levels of sub-basement for car parking.

The original concept for the building was based on two individual office blocks flanking a central courtyard. However, due to the end-user's requirement, it has morphed into a U-shaped building where the connection between the two blocks are provided at the rear, thus maintaining the look of two separate buildings from the front. — Bernama
Emkay secures RM120m loan for green project in Cyberjaya
By Azlan Abu Bakar Published: 2009/12/08



The Emkay group of companies, controlled by property tycoon Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal Abu Bakar, has secured a RM120 million loan from RHB Islamic Bank Bhd to finance its green development project in Cyberjaya, Selangor.

The deal, entered via Joyful Gateway Sdn Bhd - a joint venture company between MKN Embassy Development Sdn Bhd and partner Lucky Cottage Sdn Bhd, is for the construction of the Shell Shared Service Centre.

MKN Embassy is a 60:40 partnership between Emkay Group and Bangalore's Embassy Group.

The project, financed through RHB Islamic's Istisna Ijarah term financing is expected to be completed by early 2011.

Total estimated construction and related cost of the new building is RM151.4 million, which houses five levels of office space and three levels of sub-basement parking lots.

It will be the first in Malaysia to have the Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) gold certification. It will also be the first green building for Cyberjaya.

LEED is a US-standard green rating given by the US Green Building Council.

Speaking at the signing ceremony in Cyberjaya yesterday, RHB Banking group managing director Datuk Tajuddin Atan said RHB Islamic recognises the potential of green technology in reviving the state of the economy and the environment.

"We are delighted to be part of this green project. With Joyful Gateway's support from its parent company, Emkay Group, and the global presence of the Shell Group, we are optimistic this project will be a success," he said.

The agreement was witnessed by former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Mustapha Kamal and Embassy Group of India chairman Jitendra Mohandas Zirwani.

Shell Shared Service Centre Sdn Bhd will lease the building with 323,000 sq ft of office space for 10 years, with the option to extend another five years starting 2011.

The new centre will enable Shell to centralise its businesses and service centres in the Klang Valley to only two premises from the current 10 locations.

Its other centre will be located at the Kuala Lumpur Sentral in Brickfields, which is set to be ready by late 2012.
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Old December 9th, 2009, 07:26 AM   #2149
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Carigali Tower
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Old December 11th, 2009, 03:13 AM   #2150
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Mid Valley City is a mixed development project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The development consists The Gardens shopping mall and Mid Valley Megamall.
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100-storey skyscrapers planned for Kuala Lumpur
2009/12/07 By Vasantha Ganesan and Presenna Nambiar

KULA LUMPUR: Three sites in the city have been identified for the development of iconic structures to spur growth in the economy.

Sources say they are Dataran Perdana in Jalan Davis, the area surrounding Stadium Merdeka and the vicinity of the Matrade Centre in Jalan Duta.

All the plots of land are privately owned.Two belong to governmentlinked companies — Pelaburan Hartanah Bumiputera Bhd and Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) — while the Naza group owns 25ha in the vicinity of the Matrade Centre.

Economists were recently briefed by the Economic Planning Unit in the Prime Minister’s Department on the implementation of the iconic projects, as part of efforts to boost the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

Even though the actual designs of the three structures have not been finalised, two appeared to have a 100-storey building each.

This could rival the highest structure in the country — the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, completed in 1997 at a cost of US$1.2 billion (RM4.05 billion).

While it is understood that the design for such a skyscraper is included in the original development master plan for the 25ha site around the Matrade centre, another source claimed that a 100-storey building is to be built near Stadium Merdeka, owned by PNB.

Bank Islam Malaysia chief economist Azrul Azwa said: “The key thing is the huge cost of the development and what the government’s role will be in this.

“There needs to be a costbenefit analysis of the projects to ensure they not only give short-term benefits to GDP but also help the economy in the long run.” RSP Architect’s Hud Bakar said a 100-storey building, on average, would cost 50 per cent more per square foot than a normal high-rise building, depending on the actual design.

Real estate agent Previndran Singhe of Zerin Properties said: “It is good to have iconic developments. But we should do away with the perception that iconic developments mean tall buildings.”
PNB studying skyscraper project
Business Times 15 December 2009
By June Ramlee Published: 2009/12/15

PERMODALAN Nasional Bhd (PNB) has said that it will study the viability of building a 100-storey skyscraper in the vicinity of Stadium Merdeka.

"We are still studying the matter," chief executive officer Tan Sri Hamad Kama Piah Che Othman said when asked about the project.

The New Straits Times had reported that three sites in Kuala Lumpur city had been identified for the development of iconic structures to spur growth in the economy.

One of them is the area surrounding Stadium Merdeka owned by PNB's subsidiary company.

"We need to bring this to the board to discuss further," Hamad Kama Piah said after the announcement of Amanah Saham Bumiputera's income distribution in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

He did not indicate when the board meeting would take place, but said there would be an announcement as soon as a decision was made.

"We are not sure when the announcement will be made, but it will be soon," Hamad Kama Piah said, adding that the site concerned was owned by one of its subsidiary companies.

He declined to name the company or share details of the proposed development.
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Density for upcoming projects in the vicinity:

1. Empire Damansara Studio - 39storeys

2. Empire Damansara Soho 1 - 24 storeys

3. Empire Damansara Soho 2 - 27storeys

4. Empire Damansara Residence - 24storeys

5. Empire Damansara Office Tower - 12storeys

6. Metropolitan Square Residence (Block D) - 22storeys + 10storeys carpark

7. Metropolitan Square Residence (Block C) - future development?

8. Neo Damansara Serviced Apartment & Office - 2 blocks

9. Ritze Perdana 3 - future development?

10. Point 92 Damansara Perdana Corporate Office Tower - 19storey
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Cyberjaya going green
By OH ING YEEN Wednesday December 16, 2009

CYBERJAYA will be going green with the implementation of its Green Roadmap.

At the recent Cyberview annual media briefing 2009, Cyberview Sdn Bhd managing director Datuk Redza Rafiq revealed that the government-owned company has embarked on a district-cooling system as an initiative to lower the cost of doing business in Cyberjaya, to remain competitive and to preserve the environment.

Cyberview Sdn Bhd is a government-owned company and landowner of Cyberjaya.

The district-cooling system is carried out via its wholly-oned subsidiary Pendinginan Megajana.

“In terms of energy and savings, district-cooling can reduce electricity usage by more than 65% as compared with traditional air conditioning systems.

“Some RM58mil will be invested for the expansion of the system in the next two years,” he said.

He added that green technology was seen as the way forward to ensure the cybercity’s sustainable development.

“Cyberjaya has been earmarked to play a key role in fulfilling this initiative.

“Cyberjaya, together with our neighbour Putrajaya, will be developed as Pioneer Townships in Green Technology as well as a showcase for the development of other townships.

“Before the tabling of Budget 2010, Cyberview had submitted a strategic plan and a roadmap of green initiatives for Cyberjaya,” he said.

The green roadmap consists of five categories:

·Land/ surface

Planning and building standards, natural areas and transportation will be taken into account to ensure that development in Cyberjaya is based on measures set out in its township development plan with the objective of creating a physically attractive and clean community.

·Energy

This will encompass renewable energy, conservation, education and civic leadership.

Cyberview plans to undertake a study to evaluate the options to incorporate green standards into planning and building guidelines. Renewable energy projects in the community will be supported.

·Water

This includes water conservation, rainwater harvesting, brown water usage and landscaping practices.



“Cyberview will also encourage the community to play a part in improving the quality of water through prudent usage of fertilisers and pesticides, water conservation, usage of phosphorous-free laundry detergents and appropriate disposal of grease and fat,” Redza said.

·Waste and recycling

Cyberjaya will carry out education and recycling programmes as a means to reduce the amount of waste produced in Cyberjaya.

·Air

Programmes will be conducted to encourage the community to take part to improve air quality and reduce green house gas (GHG) emissions through energy conservation, and proper disposal of hazardous materials.
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