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Old August 23rd, 2010, 09:07 PM   #2541
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NEW PROJECT 2010:
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Mexican entrepreneur wants to turn KidZania into global brand
By CECILIA KOK

CHILDREN’s role-playing is a universal concept that has existed for thousands of years. Identifying this as a business opportunity, Mexican entrepreneur Xavier Lopez Ancona founded the KidZania theme park in 1999.

The president on KidZania International told StarBizWeek that the idea for KidZania started 12 years ago when his childhood friend approached him to start a business in day-care centre that would offer a variety of activities that could attract children.


A model of Kidzania. Xavier Lopez Ancona (inset) says from his planning of a day-care centre, the theme park turns out to be something even more fun and bigger that could attract an even larger crowd

Ancona was then a very successful executive in the equity capital group department of the multinational technology and services conglomerate, General Electric. But he tried to help his friend anyway.

During those two years, Ancona spent his after-hours and weekends helping his friend to draw up a business plan for the day-care centre.

“From planning for a day-care centre, it turned out to be something even more fun and bigger that could attract an even larger crowd,” Ancona says.

So, the first KidZania theme park was opened in Mexico City in 1999. It was an instant hit, and Ancona has never turned back. There are currently two KidZania theme parks in Mexico, including one in Mexico City that attracts an average of 800,000 visitors annually. A third is currently under construction. The concept has also been licensed and franchised to operators in Tokyo and Osaka in Japan; Jakarta, Indonesia; and Lisbon, Portugal.

Healthy activities

KidZania is a “nation” just for children. Targeting those between two and 12, it is an educational and entertainment centre that allows children to role-play adult activities in a replica city designed to imitate real-life and a functioning economy.

What’s even more interesting is that this “nation” has an official currency called kidZos. Children can earn kidZos by working in KidZania, and they can use the currency to pay for the goods and services there. They can also save their money and earn interest from their savings in the “banks” in KidZania.

Ancona believes that parents would like the concept of KidZania, as the programmes in the theme park have been designed to instil positive values in children.

The experience in KidZania is aimed at helping children learn faster about the adult world and how a real city works.

The programmes also help children to develop a sense of vocation as they get to try out the various occupations available at KidZania.

KidZania offers more than 60 professional roles, including pilot, doctor, teacher and journalist, for children to play. But given the limited time of five hours per entry, a child can usually play between five and 10 roles a day. Hence, there is a repeat factor for the children to come to the city again to try out other roles.

According to Ancona, the programmes at KidZania are changed regularly so that there is always something new for the children to experience each time they visit the theme park.

It also has a loyalty programme, whereby children can apply for “citizenship” and be KidZanians. As citizens of KidZania, the children will get a “passport” and enjoy various benefits such as income tax incentives.

Ancona believes that the experience in KidZania would also help children learn about the value of money, and how they have to work hard to earn a living, as well as the importance and benefits of savings.

He says children would also be able to pick up social skills through their interaction with other children in the theme park and learn to make their own decisions.

Ancona reveals that the bulk of the people working in KidZania are mainly the supervisors who have to monitor and guide the children.

“It requires special skills to be a supervisor at KidZania, and we take a long time to select the right people for the job,” he says.

Among the values that he looks in people applying to be a supervisor at KidZania are patience, service orientation and passion for children.

Generally, the KidZania theme park is targeted mainly at the local market, with an ideal composition of 70% local residents and 30% outstation or foreigners.

KidZania’s business has remained fairly resilient through the current economic challenges, owing to the fact that it focuses on the local market, Ancona says.

In recession, most people tend to turn to nearby locations for leisure and entertainment, as they cut down on travelling, he explains.

In addition, the entrance fees for KidZania theme parks are quite affordable, though they vary by countries.

However, Ancona acknowledges that the recent outbreak of the A (H1N1) influenza virus had a negative impact on KidZania’s business in Mexico when the theme parks there had to be closed temporarily.

Nevertheless, it is back to business as usual now in Mexico, he says.

Global brand

KidZania brand is growing fast internationally. He, however, did not reveal how much the business is worth today.

This year will also see the opening of KidZania theme parks in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, and Seoul, South Korea.

Over the next two years, KidZania theme parks will be opened in Cuicuilco, Mexico; Shanghai, China; Bangkok, Thailand; Santiago, Chile; Istanbul, Turkey; and either Delhi or Mumbai in India. Malaysia will also have a KidZania theme park by 2012.

Most of these expansions have been through franchise programmes.

Ancona explains, “We want to partner the local organisations because they understand the local market better than us.”

As for the ticket pricing structures, Ancona reveals that they are usually determined by KidZania’s franchisees.

“We only make proposals based on the socio-economic levels of the local markets of our franchisees, but the decisions are ultimately in the hands of our local partners,” he explained.

Meanwhile, there is also a plan to open KidZania in the US after the next two years.

“The US is the biggest market in the world for any type of entertainment but it is also a very tough market. You only have one chance to do it right,” Ancona explains, adding that he wants to make KidZania a global brand first before setting its foot in the United States.
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NEW PROJECT 2010:
Eminent 213 | Jalan Tun Razak



This year, Naza TTDI is launching eight projects in the Klang Valley, valued at a whopping RM1.4 billion. The projects are TTDI Dualis in Equine Park, Seri Kembangan; TTDI Grove in Kajang; TTDI Alam Impian in Shah Alam; TTDI Puchong; developing two plots of land in Section 13, Shah Alam; Jayamas 3 in TTDI Jaya, Shah Alam; and Eminent 213 on Jalan Tun Razak in Kuala Lumpur.

Eminent 213 is a 35-storey office tower on a 0.95-acre freehold tract that is located between Dua Residency condo and Bombay Palace restaurant. The developer is aiming for an en-bloc sale at RM1,100 psf in this RM363 million project. This translates to an estimated gross floor area of 330,000 sq ft.

“We are talking to several investors. We are also looking at green building certification for the project,” Faliq says.
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Ongoing Project: Petronas Carigali Tower
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Lot C is a mixed use development comprising of offices, service apartments and retail outlets totalling up to 33,900 sq. ft. gross feet area. Located next to Kuala Lumpur City Centre in Kuala Lumpur, the building plan is derived from a triangulated footprint resulting from 3 overlapping circles, inspired by the geometric purity of traditional Islamic patterns.


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NEW PROJECT 2010:
C180 - Cheras





First international hotel brand in Cheras
Mitraland is currently developing C180 in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. First launched in April 2009 the mixed development on a 18-acre freehold tract comprises commercial and residential components including a hotel.

On April 22 theedgeproperty.com reported that Mitraland is expected to appoint a foreign hospitality group to operate its first hotel at C180. The developer is now set to ink a partnership deal with The Accor Hotel Group on May 21 for its All Seasons Hotel brand. The Accor Hotel Group operates 15 hotel brands including Sofitel, Novotel, Ibis and All Seasons. Indicative room rates for the hotel at C180 are just below RM200. The hotel is expected to be completed in 2013.

The C180 project is a joint venture with an individual landowner. The developer also expects to launch the final phase of the commercial portion in the third quarter of 2010. This will offer 6-storey showrooms with a GDV of RM15 million.
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Ongoing Project: Duta villa
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NEW PROJECT: Kenny Heights Sanctuary
Kenny Heights



Kenny Heights Sanctuary, measuring approximately 9 acres consists of four blocks of condominiums; approximately 700 units of apartments within a gated & guarded community. The first phase of the development comprises of 2 blocks, each at 38-storey, providing 168 apartments per block, 5 units per floor. The apartments feature 3 to 6 bedrooms, with unit sizes ranging from 1,859 sq ft to 3,748 sq ft. They are designed to equip with high quality fit outs, i.e. kitchen cabinet with hood & hob, built-in wardrobes to all bedrooms (except maid’s room), air conditioning (except wet kitchen, maid’s room and utility area), basic lightings (except maid’s room, hot water system and every individual unit will be allocated with minimum 2 car parking bays.







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NEW PROJECT: Sunway VeloCity
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Strategically located within 5km from the highly prestigious and coveted Kuala Lumpur City Centre address, Sunway VeloCity is set to breathe a whole new life and transform the skyline of Kuala Lumpur South. Spread over 22 acres of prime freehold land, Sunway VeloCity is a vibrant integrated development comprising of service apartments; business suites; retail spaces and a lifestyle shopping mall.

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NEW PROJECT: One Jalil
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Bukit Jalil
Our latest up-and-coming integrated lifestyle project, One Jalil will be a contemporary and chic development that is poised to represent a modern and convenient lifestyle. Encompassing a whooping 60 acres of freehold land located at the heart of Bukit Jalil, this development is slated to be the prestigious sight within the area.



One Jalil will feature:

• 1800 units of lifestyle residential condominium with spectacular view of Bukit Jalil Park and Bukit Jalil Golf & Country Club
• 140 units of lifestyle shops/offices (5-8 storey shop / office)
• A 9.15 acres hypermarket
• A lifestyle central Piazza with commercial lots for food and beverage as well as entertainment spots
• SOHO Offices
• Small, Medium and Luxury Serviced Apartments
• A Grade “A” Office Tower
• A Condo Hotel





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Greater KL to be a top metropolis by 2020
2010/08/18 By Shuhada Elis
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KUALA LUMPUR: Greater KL is targeted to be in the top 20 list in world economic growth and most liveable metropolis by 2020, says Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin.

Commenting on the 10-year plan to transform the city into the best place to live in, Raja Nong Chik said the ministry would lead Greater KL to simultaneously achieve the target.

"We aim to be the only metropolis in Asia."

Ten municipalities have been included under Greater KL to create a sprawling liveable city and economic hub. They are Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Selayang, Ampang Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, Shah Alam, Klang, Kajang and Sepang.

The 279,327ha size of Greater KL is about four times the size of Singapore.

Raja Nong Chik said besides the ministry, the Economic Planning Unit and the Performance Management Delivery Unit, under the Prime Minister's Department, City Hall and the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) were also involved in making Greater KL a success.

The ministry will be in charge of leading the overall planning while City Hall and SPAD will execute the projects. "The Selangor state government is also included."

Raja Nong Chik said so far, the ministry had not held a meeting on the Greater KL plan but he believed the Selangor government would cooperate. "It is a win-win situation. So I hope politics will be put aside."

He said Greater KL was the Federal Government's initiative to create more job opportunities and a better public transport system.

Minister in charge of EPU, Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop, recently said that Greater KL was about driving the economy and improving the quality of life. He expected Greater KL to help the country reap RM115 billion a year in income over the next 10 years.

Raja Nong Chik said 20 per cent green areas were planned for Greater KL, stating that Putrajaya, which boasts 34 per cent greenery, was the best model.

City Hall would provide a 42km-walkway throughout the city and would spearhead the upgrading of the Klang and Gombak rivers. "They will be a hub for activities where people can jog and cycle."

Raja Nong Chik said all the projects were expected to begin next year.

"Other big plans include building an underground railway line."
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PROPOSED/ON HOLD PROJECTS IN KUALA LUMPUR











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Emergence of a Greater Kuala Lumpur



Eddie Tan,Managing Director of Property Matters

Sydney, Melbourne and London have one thing in common – areas away from the city center but are still within the 40km to 50km radius adopt the “Greater” prefix to the city’s name. This largely stems from their geographical coverage, which are indeed greater and far wider than the heart of the city but still enjoy the amenities, conveniences and luxury of being part of the metropolis.

Is it possible then for Kuala Lumpur to claim the “Greater” label in the coming future?

“Under the National Physical Plan (NPP), the KL Conurbation stretches from Kuala Selangor to Port Dickson, and the fringes of Klang Valley are now experiencing an emerging trend,” share Eddie Tan and Ivan Tan, Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief of Property Matters Sdn Bhd respectively, publisher of Home Finder.



Ivan Tan, Editor-in-Chief of Property Matters

The evidences of an emerging market are blooming in the Kuala Lumpur Conurbation which underscores a great possibility of KL carrying a ‘Greater’ prefix in the coming years. Earmarked as a growth corridor and dubbed the National Growth Conurbation, the KL Conurbation’s heart of Klang Valley alone commands 30% of the country’s total property transactions in the year 2007, a huge share compared to other conurbations.

Quoting Dato’ Ir Soam Heng Choon, Managing Director of IJM Land Bhd, development in Klang Valley has reached its peak and this has caused many property developers to shift their plans out of Kuala Lumpur and further into Selangor. Ivan cites SP Setia as one of many developers who have already planted their projects in Selangor.

Rapid population growth in the Kuala Lumpur Conurbation is also another factor that contributes to the journey towards the ‘Greater’ destination. On average, Kuala Lumpur itself achieved a growth rate of 1.4% per annum while the Kuala Lumpur Conurbation as a whole excluding Kuala Lumpur grew about 5.6% per annum. With property prices reaching sky high, these two factors are reason enough to spur KL-ites to move into less congested areas and live in more affordable properties.

Along the rapid trail of development, come abundant opportunities for employment. The stronghold of KL-Selangor in rendering promising careers alone saw it introducing more than 70,000 new jobs since 2006. Today, it is no surprise to see people commuting from as far as 50km just for the privilege to work here.

“These are the evidences why KL will continue to thrive… Property developers will look at all these data to plan ahead on where they will develop next. So if you are into property investment, KL is still a good place to invest,” advises Ivan.
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