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Old September 22nd, 2010, 09:10 AM   #2581
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PROPOSED/ON HOLD PROJECTS AROUND KLCC

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UEM Land to launch Symphony Hills Phase 1
By Sharen KaurPublished: 2010/07/30
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz0v9bGrWZc



UEM Land Holdings Bhd (5148) is launching phase one of Symphony Hills, a RM1 billion five-year residential project in Cyberjaya, and is confident demand will be strong.

In fact, it expects to sell all 122 superlink houses, townhouses and town villas that will be launched this weekend. Prices range from RM1 million to as much as RM2.3 million per unit.

Managing director Datuk Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim is optimistic of strong sales judging from the demand shown by both locals and expatriates in the Klang Valley, especially in Cyberjaya.

"We feel Symphony Hills is hitting the market at the right time. There is Maju Expressway improving connectivity between Cyberjaya and Kuala Lumpur.

"Cyberjaya has announced several new international firms coming on board. These include Fortune 500 companies, which will spur demand for new housing. Cyberjaya is going to fly," he said.
Symphony Hills will feature 450 houses. The project will showcase the connected intelligent community (CIC) concept of state-of-the-art technology and high-speed fibre optic infrastructure.

UEM Land is partnering Mesiniaga Bhd and Cisco Malaysia to develop Symphony Hills, which is the first residential development for the company outside of Nusajaya in Johor.

Each house at the 98ha Symphony Hills will have strata landed status, allowing residents to maintain certain aspects of the project from landscaping to security.

The project, which will be certified green, will also have a floating clubhouse incorporating green technology for rainwater harvesting.

"Although the prices are steep, our margins are very mediocre. We won't get 30 per cent to 40 per cent margin, but the satisfaction will come from being the first developer here to offer such a community.

"A lot of budget is being planned on the ICT (information and communications technology) component. We believe in value. We will make decent margins in the next few phases once we have delivered the first batch of houses," he said.

UEM Land wants to buy more land in Cyberjaya, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Kota Kinabalu to expand.
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Symphony Hills Cyberjaya
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Old September 27th, 2010, 03:34 PM   #2585
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KUALA LUMPUR PLANS MEGAPROJECTS CATALYST 2010-2020
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1. Sg. Buloh RRI Development ---> 3,300 acres

2. 1Malaysia City, Sg. Besi ---> 495 acres

3. Setia City ---> 250 acres

4. Kampung Baru Redevelopment ---> 233 acres

5. Bukit Jelutong Commercial Centre ---> 180 acres

6. Jalan Cochrane Development ---> 150 acres

7. 1Malaysia Financial Centre ---> 85 acres

8. KL Sentral ---> 72 acres

9. Matrade International Park ---> 65 acres

10. Bangsar South City ---> 60 acres

11. One Jalil ---> 60 acres

12. 02 City Puchong ---> 60 acres

13. Tamansari Riverside Garden City ---> 55 acres

14. Damansara Avenue ---> 48 acres

15. D'Rapport Ampang ---> 37.5 acres

16. Petaling Jaya Commercial City - 33 acres

17. Empire City @ Damansara ---> 23 acres

18. Sunway VeloCity ---> 22.5 acres

19. Bukit Bintang City Centre ---> 22 acres

20. Kuala Lumpur Eco City ---> 20 acres

21. Icon City Petaling Jaya ---> 19.6 acres

22. Bangsar Business Park ---> 19 acres

23. Merdeka Park Redevelopment ---> 17.8 acres

24. Kelana Sports City ---> 13.5 acres

25. The Paradigm PJ - 12.4 acres

26. PJ Sentral Garden City ---> 12 acres

27. Damansara Uptown Phase 2 ---> 12 acres

28. Magna City, Jalan Kuching ---> 10.2 acres

29. Platinum Park KLCC ---> 9 acres

30. Damansara City ---> 8.5 acres

31. Glomac Damansara ---> 6.8 acres

32. Datum Jelatek ---> 5.9 acres




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1. KL Media City
2. PJ Elevated City
3. Selangor Healthcare City
4. Oasis Corporate Park, Ara Damansara Linear City
5. Sentul West and Sentul East
6. IOI Resort City (Commercial), Putrajaya
7. Kampung Kerinchi Redevelopment
8. Sg. Besi Hub City





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Old September 28th, 2010, 02:56 AM   #2586
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Malaysia is more beautiful right now...I believe Malaysia tourism will grow as well...
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Old September 30th, 2010, 02:19 PM   #2587
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Emkay remains key player in Cyberjaya
Published: 2010/10/02
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SINCE its inception 15 years ago, Cyberjaya has come a long way to become the country’s premier information, communications and technology (ICT) hub, with the Emkay Group being one of the initiative’s key drivers from Day One.

The group, which has contributed in fulfilling Cyberjaya’s needs for office space, commercial and residential units — is here to stay and play a firmer role, its senior executive said.

Spearheaded by its founder and group executive chairman Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal Abu Bakar, the privately-held Emkay group is one of the property players that believes in the development of Cyberjaya and will continue to consolidate its position in the country’s ICT heartland.

Emkay Group senior general manager Jayasangaran Dhanapal said the group had to date invested close to RM1 billion on various projects there with a net lettable area spanning over 1.1 million sq ft that was fully snapped up by government ministries and multinational corporations.

Cyberjaya is now home to more than 1,200 civil servants, who had moved from space-strapped Putrajaya. As at June 2010, it is now the home ground to a daylight population of more than 42,000 people from 26,000 in 2006.

Cyberjaya is also a workplace for 19,000 workers spread across 50 MSC Malaysia status-compliant buildings spanning 5.8 million sq ft operated by the likes of HSBC, DHL, Shell, Motorola, Ericsson, Satyam, Dell and many more.

Out of the 42,000 people, some 40 per cent are students from the Lim Kok Wing University, Multimedia University and the Cyberjaya University of Medical Sciences.

“We will continue to make available another two million sq ft at our MKN Techzone project under Phase 2 by 2014.

“We are now in talks with various government ministries, local and foreign multinational corporations which are keen to take up the additional area. MKN Techzone in Cyberjaya is the place to be in,” Jayasangaran told Business Times in Cyberjaya recently.

What makes MKN Techzone in Cyberjaya tick?

Jayasangaran said MKN Techzone continues to be the location of choice due to its close proximity to the Putrajaya administrative centre of about 2km through the Putrajaya link.

There are plans by master developer of Cyberjaya, Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd, to have additional access to the Maju Expressway that will directly connect to Kuala Lumpur City Centre. The highway has markedly reduced travel time to only 20 minutes to Cyberjaya.

The proposed new link will further enhance the accessibility to MKN Techzone, a project launched by Emkay in December 2006.

MKN Techzone also hosts various facilities such as cafetaria with a seating capacity of 250 at one time, 6 stalls, a day care centre which can house about 60 babies, MAMPU and Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam.

It also has a dedicated RM26 million multi-level carpark with more than 1,000 surface and basement carparks.

It will also build five blocks of hostels with more than 3,000 beds. Construction is due to start by the end of the year.

A cluster of 100,000 sq ft of retail development is also in the pipeline for development in MKN Techzone.

“Having experience in building office spaces and handling the requirements, processes and documentation of various government departments and multinational companies, we are now more than ready to welcome them,” said Jayasangaran.

The Emkay Group is now poised to be the specialist in office building development, he added.
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COMPLETED





UNDER CONSTRUCTION





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PJ ELEVATED CITY

Project: PJ Elevated City
Developer: PKNS
Status: Proposed
Expected: 2011
Catchment area: Bandar Sunway and Kelana Jaya
Location: Sungei Way Free Trade Zone in Petaling Jaya near Federal Highway

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Presumably land behind Nanyang Siang Pau. From Wikimapia, there is a vacant land behind Nanyang Siang Pau all the way to the site of current MBPJ and Alam Flora depot. It was also reported in The Edge Property and The Star Newspaper that Nanyang Siang Pau may relocate out of PJ. >>> http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...2&sec=business

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Asia's 1st International Aerospace And Science Discovery Centre To Be Completed By 2015
October 07, 2010 23:33 PM
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CYBERJAYA, Oct 7 (Bernama) -- Asia's first International Aerospace and Science Discovery Centre, to be built by the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) in collaboration with Advanced Science Education Asia Sdn Bhd, in Cyberjaya is expected to be completed by 2015.

PKNS general manager Othman Omar said the centre would be built on a 12ha site in the Selangor Science Park 2 (SSP2) here, but the exact location had not been identified as they were considering two options at the moment.

"We are still working on the details (of the project) but the concept is to work together with other space agencies such as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) and the Soviet Space Agency to develop this centre," he told reporters after the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two parties, here, Thursday.

Also present were Malaysia's first astronaut Datuk Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, who is also the chairman of Advanced Science Education Asia Sdn Bhd, and five other astronauts, Klaus-Dietrich from Germany, Sergey Treschev from Russia, Mirsolaw Hermaszewski from Poland, Soyeon Yi from Korea and Vladimir Lyakhov from Russia who were in town for the XXIII International Association of Space Explorers Planetary Congress.

Othman said SSP2 was chosen for the centre due to its strategic location as it was easily accessible via private and public transport, and for its science and technology characteristics, such as the solar city, green buildings, sustainable development and other more environment-friendly facilities.

He said the project was also part of their corporate social responsibility, aimed at providing science education to Malaysians, especially children, apart from rebranding the Science Park.

"This collaboration will benefit all parties, including the public who will visit the centre to gain knowledge" he added.

Sheikh Muszaphar said the centre would help inculcate love for science among people from a young age in the effort to produce more scientists.

"I've always been looking for a place to establish such a centre where people can learn about astronomy and aerospace science under one roof.

"I also have many friends in other space agencies with whom I hope to form a network of cooperation in the futuristic field, aerospace and science and technology," he added.

-- BERNAMA
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