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Old August 19th, 2010, 07:47 PM   #2501
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Old August 19th, 2010, 10:00 PM   #2506
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Old August 20th, 2010, 01:54 PM   #2507
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Old August 21st, 2010, 03:33 PM   #2511
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Old August 21st, 2010, 07:16 PM   #2513
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Setia Sky Residences
Architext: BEP Akitek Sdn Bhd
Floor Count: 40
Developer: S P Setia Bhd
Celebrating Luxury, Flamboyance and a Balanced Lifestyle





Life in Setia Sky Residences promises to be filled with luxury and bliss – as well as plenty of opportunities to paint the town red!

A new curvilinear structure is set to enhance not just the KL city skyline, but also its residents’ lives, with luxurious facilities suited to the flamboyant urbanite lifestyle. The Setia Sky Residences serviced residences offer 844 luxurious dwelling in dramatic 40-storey towers over a 5.96-acre site in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Set to launch this September, this glamorous RM800 million project is now open for registration and scheduled for completion in 2011. The apartments come in four designs, with built-up areas ranging from 1,044 sq ft offering a 2+1 layout to 1,679 sq ft offering three bedrooms + one utility room + one study.

Indicative pricing comes at RM800 per sq ft – a steal for this prime area where prices have been known to breach RM2,500 per sq ft. These luxurious residences are targeted at both end users and property investors (local and overseas) with an eye for premium property with good appreciation potential.

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Old August 22nd, 2010, 07:08 AM   #2515
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Old August 22nd, 2010, 07:29 AM   #2516
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Old August 22nd, 2010, 07:34 AM   #2517
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KLCC area such a very beautifull area with great density, not too much but we can still see The Petronas Twin Tower as the center of the whole area
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Old August 22nd, 2010, 07:44 AM   #2518
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There's plan for the new tallest building in Malaysia (100-storey) lately at Jalan Duta (Near Mon't Kiara) which will develop by NAZA TTDI (that is their new headquaters at post # 1450)
By the way Petronas still the world's tallest Twin Towers with 88-storey (452m)
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By Racheal Lee Sunday, 20 June 2010
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The last time City & Country met up with S M Faliq S M Nasimuddin, it was six months after he had taken on his post as managing director of Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, when the global financial crisis was at its peak.

There have been some interesting developments at Naza TTDI since our last meeting. Faliq has assumed the position of executive vice-chairman at listed construction outfit Kumpulan Jetson Bhd. Faliq and his brother S M Nasarudin S M Nasimuddin, Naza TTDI’s chairman, made headlines in August last year when they took over Kumpulan Jetson. Nasarudin was appointed executive chairman of the board.

Naza TTDI was in the limelight again in November 2009, when it announced that it was undertaking a RM15 billion project on a 65-acre site in Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur, under a privatisation deal with the government. The master plan is in the final stage.

The company registered a net profit of about RM70 million on sales of more than RM800 million in 2009. Revenue was about RM500 million in 2008 and the developer is targeting a 10% to 15% increase this year.

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While the developer’s numerous projects in the Klang Valley are keeping it busy, the company is also endeavouring to step out of its comfort zone by venturing into Sabah and Sarawak and outside the country, Faliq tells City & Country.

“The Klang Valley remains our core, but it is part of our expansion plan to venture overseas after having been in Malaysia for 37 years. We were developing shop lots in the past and now we are doing mega-projects like Platinum Park in KLCC. But we know that to go overseas, we need stepping stones.

“Getting the right partner is crucial and we are looking at every possibility and opportunity. We came across an opportunity to venture into China and we are looking at partnerships with two companies there but nothing is solid yet. We can’t name them because they are listed companies there. We are also looking at East Malaysia … there are some interesting prospects there,” he explains.

In a recent announcement to Bursa Malaysia, Kumpulan Jetson said it had entered into a joint venture with Chinese construction company China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Ltd to build a 38-storey building with a 10-level podium in Platinum Park. This could be the start of its efforts to make inroads into China.

Matrade Centre



The project in Jalan Duta is expected to include a 100-storey tower — probably the tallest building in the country. The project will also comprise residential and commercial components, a hotel, a mall as well as the Matrade Centre.

The developer hopes to build the Matrade Centre, the country’s largest exhibition and convention centre, by 3Q2010. “We are still in the planning stage for the remaining components. It will be a very exciting project and we are looking to announce the master plan by 3Q2010 or the end of this year,” Faliq says.
The 13.1-acre Matrade Centre site will be linked to the existing Menara Matrade. It will have three floors to house 12 exhibition halls for large-space exhibitions, such as those for heavy industries and advanced technology.

It will also house a 1,230-seat auditorium, a multi-purpose hall, meeting rooms and display areas.
With projects that can sustain the developer for the next 15 years, Faliq’s vision is to make Naza TTDI one of the top developers in Malaysia.

“So far we are on the right track and hopefully in the future, we will be more exciting. Going forward, things will be more competitive. We would need to be more creative and innovative to develop what people need and want,” he says.

Ongoing projects include The Valley TTDI Ampang, comprising 66 link villas, 56 bungalows and 12 exclusive bungalows on a 35.5-acre leasehold tract. This will be completed in July. About 90% of the project has been taken up.

Another ongoing project is the 9.1-acre Platinum Park in KLCC. A 50-storey office tower was sold to the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) for RM640.7 million in January 2008. It is scheduled for completion by 2Q2012. The second block, a 30-storey office building, was sold to a government-linked company. Lembaga Tabung Haji is believed to be the buyer.

“We are looking to secure MSC status for all offices in Platinum Park. We have also appointed Foster & Partners to design the buildings in the remaining phases of Platinum Park. We will be coming up with plans for the residential component, retail component and possibly hotel component soon.

“We may launch one of the apartment blocks, offering small units by the end of this year. The gap in launching each subsequent development is a year,” Faliq says.

The whole project is scheduled for completion in 2016.

Naza TTDI also hopes to develop another township modelled after its very successful Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) township. And it is looking for more land to add to its current 436-acre landbank located in the KLCC area, Kajang, Shah Alam and Puchong.
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Published: 2009/12/11

The iconic tower on a 25ha site near the proposed Matrade Centre could even be higher than 100 storeys.

Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, property arm of the Naza group, will build an iconic tower on a 25ha site near the proposed Matrade Centre in Kuala Lumpur, but is yet to finalise the height.

Group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin suggested that the building could even be higher than 100 storeys.

However, much will depend on the amount of investments it can secure.

Buildings of such height could cost up to 50 per cent more than an average high-rise.

SM Faliq was confirming a recent New Straits Times report that it was one of three developments expected to house iconic structures in Kuala Lumpur.

The other developments slotted for the iconic structures are believed to be Permodalan Nasional Bhd's (PNB) 7.2ha project surrounding Stadium Merdeka and Pelaburan Hartanah Bumiputera Bhd's (PHBB) site at Dataran Perdana.

Currently, the country's highest building is the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers.

"The master plan (for the 25ha area) is yet to be finalised. It should be completed by early next year," SM Faliq said after the launch of Naza Talyya's newly refurbished hotels in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

"No matter what the height, the structure will be a green building," he added.

The company is expected to hold a press conference on its developments sometime next week.

Four international firms are working on the master plan for the 25ha development near Jalan Kuching, which includes the RM628 million Matrade Centre, deemed to be the largest exhibition and convention centre in in the country.

PNB did not respond to queries sent to its communications team.

However, a source said PNB had managed to secure the approval of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak for its proposed iconic development.

Sources said the third site, to be developed by PHBB, was expected to house a 50-storey building although a much taller one had been planned initially.

Meanwhile, news of the proposed iconic structures have triggered a backlash from some property players in the country.

Property tycoon Datuk Tan Chin Nam said building 100-storey office structures could cause a glut in office space and leaving the buildings empty subsequently would mean non-income producing space.

"Why do we need to go for high-rise when we have land? The money could be put to better use," said Tan, patriarch of the Tan family which controls IGB Corp Bhd.

He suggested that a forum or discussion be held before the developers went ahead with such large-scale projects.
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Those developments almost located in the core island (precinct 2,3, 4) where Malaysian Government offices located..still no retail or leisure area



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