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Old February 17th, 2012, 08:28 PM   #3321
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Bukit Jalil Green City, Kuala Lumpur

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MILLENIA CITY | HILTON GARDEN INN
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A birdeye's view of M Square Shopping Centre and Hilton Garden Inn


The 380,000 square feet self-enclosed M Square Shopping Centre(left); an artist’s impression on how a part of the 2.1 million square feet Street Mall will look like when it’s completed in 2014

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KELANA SPORTS CITY
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KELANA SPORTS CITY, Petaling Jaya (currently PKNS Sports Complex at LDP)
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Melati Ehsan, PKNS likely to go ahead with RM1.07bil sports-themed project
By CHOONG EN HAN November 2nd, 2011
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PETALING JAYA: Melati Ehsan Holdings Bhd's joint plan with the Selangor State Development Authority (PKNS) to redevelop the PKNS Sports Complex is likely to go ahead despite opposing views from the residents in the area.

A spokesman for Melati Ehsan said the company would likely carry on with its plans for the project as it was on commercial land. However, it is in the midst of arranging talks with the relevant parties involved to clarify the matter.

The 30-year-old sports complex, which includes a field, six tennis courts and a clubhouse, will likely make way for a RM1.62bil sports-themed mixed development, with five(5) 35-storey apartment blocks, two(2) 15-storey business complexes, a performing arts centre and an integrated sporting hub.

A January filing with Bursa Malaysia showed that the proposed development entailed the construction, completion and sale of 2 blocks of serviced apartments, a block of small office, home office, a sports complex, 2 office towers, a shopping mall, a hotel, a performing arts centre and car parks.


Melati Ehsan said the estimated cost of the development was RM1.07bil but its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bayu Melati Sdn Bhd, might propose improvements to the building and layout plans, design and building works on the commercial land with the sports complex currently on it.

Bayu Melati will develop the project with its own funds and is entitled to sell, deal and receive the sale proceeds, except for the sports complex and performing arts centre which will be surrendered to PKNS upon completion.

In turn, PKNS stands to pocket some RM384mil, or 70% of the total projected gross profits from the actual sales value of the development over a period of eight years ending December 2019. The development will be an addition to the projects currently ongoing along the stretch of the Damansara Puchong Highway, namely Icon City and Paradigm.

Melati Ehsan is helmed by managing director Tan Sri Yap Suan Chee and has previously completed some key residential and commercial projects, including the Trans-Eastern Kedah Interland Highway Project and the flood mitigation scheme at Bertam-Kepala Batas in Penang,

Recently, PKNS made an application to the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) to develop the sports complex, whereby MBPJ requested for comments and complaints from the residents.

That sparked a protest from residents in Kelana Jaya.

Previously, PKNS had reportedly said that the rationale behind the development was purely business, aimed at increasing funds so that the company could be financially stable.

“This way, PKNS can embark on more projects, such as low-cost housing targeting the low to middle-income groups,” it said.

It believed that the project would benefit the residents as a myriad of amenities would be built for the community.
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PKNS has finally agreed to listen to the Kelana Jaya residents who were against the redevelopment of the 30-year-old sports complex in SS7, Petaling Jaya.

While the residents welcomed the initiative, they are not optimistic of the outcome.

Earlier in March, the Kelana Jaya residents attended a meeting with PKNS organised by Seri Setia PKR assemblyman Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad.

A senior management official of PKNS promised that the existing field would not be demolished and the access roads would not worsen the already heavy traffic in Kelana Jaya and on the Damansara-Puchong Highway.



Still relevant: The field at the PKNS complex is popular for football trainings.

But, the proposed development presented to Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) was contrary to what was promised.

As PKNS prepares to draft a new proposal, residents want the meeting with PKNS to be open to the public without any restrictions of attendance from the media and PKNS to be represented by at least three directors and one representing the Federal Government.

They also requested for the meeting to be held at the PKNS Sports Complex hall and be fully recorded and the report presented to Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim and made transparent to the people of Kelana Jaya.

The date of the meeting has not been fixed yet.

The residents were kept in the dark of the redevelopment plans until about 20 households received letters requesting for comments or objections in late September regarding the mixed development project.

The area was planned to be redeveloped into a mixed-development project comprising seven 35-storey apartment blocks, two 10-storey office blocks and a 15-storey business block.

The residents are totally against the redevelopment citing reasons such as traffic, land use and high density.

They filed a series of complaints to various organisations, held peaceful protests and conducted signature campaigns to stop the project.

A public hearing held in early November turned out in favour of the residents as the Petaling Jaya City Council representative pointed out major flaws in the application by PKNS, which was impossible to approve.

Petaling Jaya mayor Datuk Roslan Sakiman said he would only consider the proposal if the concerns raised by the residents were addressed.

Among the flaws highlighted were the plot ratio of six which was legally impossible as the maximum allowable plot ratio for that area according to the gazetted local plan was only four and their application to build apartments under a commercial land title.
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An artist's impression of the Pan'gaea mixed-use development

Cyberjaya is often perceived as the nerdy cousin of the staid, administrative capital of Putrajaya. While the former was designed as a hub for IT and IT-related industries and is home to a number of multinational corporations, its less-than-vibrant retail scene and lack of nightlife has not helped to differentiate it from the surrounding administrative capital.

“People perceive Cyberjaya to be like Putrajaya, maybe because of the ‘Jaya’ suffix as well as their proximity to each other. Otherwise, it is really just like Puchong [and the nearby suburbs],” observes OSK Property Holdings Bhd senior public relations and communications executive Emily Cheng.

The real estate developer is ready to dispel this notion as it is poised to introduce its second development here — the Pan’gaea mixed-use development that will cover 16 acres of freehold land in Persiaran Bestari in the western part of the IT hub.

Pan’gaea will comprise serviced apartments, offices, shops, a hotel and a retail mall, and will be developed in five phases over four years. The Green Building Index-compliant development will have five acres of landscaping and employ a rainwater-harvesting system, among other features.

Phases one and three will each feature 800 units of serviced apartments, while phase two will contain 4-storey shops housed in a podium. Phase four will consist of an office tower and a hotel and phase five will feature a retail mall with a tentative net lettable area (NLA) of 500,000 sq ft, says Cheng.


The mixed-use development has an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM1.2 billion.
Indicative prices for the serviced apartments in phase one, also known as Solstice, range from RM188,000 to RM450,000. The built-ups range from 450 to 880 sq ft with layouts featuring one to three bedrooms. The 880 sq ft unit is a duplex with 2+1 bedrooms.

The serviced apartments will also feature large windows to maximise natural lighting and sky garden terraces on each floor, adds Cheng.

Other facilities include a 50m infinity pool, pool bar, hanging gazebo, reflexology path, gym, squash court, launderette, convenience store and business lounge.

“In the first phase, the serviced apartments might be housed in one or two towers … we’re still tweaking the plans,” Cheng explains. Prices and built-ups for the shops have also not been fixed.

OSK Property aims to get a four-star rating for its hotel and will be looking for hotel operators.

Construction work on Pan’gaea is slated to begin later this year and expected to be fully completed in 2016.

Unlike its first foray into Cyberjaya in the form of the Mirage by the Lake high-end residential development, Pan’gaea is an effort to cater for the mass-market as more residents from the surrounding suburbs such as Subang Jaya and Puchong look at relocating to the area, says Cheng.


Mirage by the Lake comprises 125 low-rise condos, 26 3-storey lake villas, 39 2-storey link villas and three garden villas, and has a GDV of RM350 million. Phase one, which features the condos, is sold out while Phase two is 30% sold.

A number of other developments will be coming up in Cyberjaya such as S P Setia Bhd’s RM3 billion, 268-acre Setia Eco Glades mixed-use development and Mah Sing Group Bhd’s RM690 million gated and guarded mini-township Garden Residences.

OSK Property envisages Pan’gaea — or at least the retail mall — as the hub of all the surrounding homes coming up in the future.

“We want this development to [anchor] the area. We feel that that with the mall, it will be a hub of activity in the immediate area and the larger Cyberjaya area,” says Cheng.
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KUCHING: OSK Property Holdings Bhd’s (OSK Property) subsidiary company Jelang Vista Sdn Bhd introduced its ‘Mirage By The Lake’ second phase to Kuching property buyers last weekend.

The second phase project included a Block B condominium and three-storey bungalows near to the lake. The two-day exhibition had attracted big crowd and professional investor was there giving consultation, it said in a press release.

Built at an area with low population density, the properties were designed simple and trendy creating a bright and spacious ambience for residents to enjoy luxury living.

Mirage By The Lake was located at a prime area of the Perdana Lakeview West where residents could see spectacular lake view in Putrajaya. The project in progression was expected to be completed in 2014. Some condominium units and three-storey lake view bungalows were expected to be completed this December.

Located at a strategic place connected with highways, it took only 34 kilometre to reach Kuala Lumpur. Amenities within the vicinity include schools, shopping malls and medical centres. Its first phase project which was open for booking last May had sold out all of the units, it stated.

This time, there were 208 units available at Block B condominium, 11 levels, ranging from 1 ,084 square feet (sq ft) to 1,361sq ft, priced from RM686,800 onwards. The Block B condonimium had only five units at one level with two lift for residents’ convenience.

The three-storey bungalows ranged from 4,733sq ft to 4,800sq ft were built in a ring shape, 360 degree surrounding a lake with beautiful view and was meant to feel like a resort setting.

The project would boast a swimming pool with 72 metre width for residents to swim in. The bungalows were priced from RM2,479,800 onwards.

The residential project with greens, water and contemporary cosy design with comfortable living environment had won numerous building awards.

Mirage residential project covered an area of 12.14 acres, freehold land title, 481 residential units comprised two blocks of condominium, 27 units of double-storey bungalows , 38 units of three-storey lake view bungalows and three units of three-storey garden bungalows .

For more information, members of public can call 012-3856622 or visit www.miragebythelake.com.my or www.oskp.com.my.
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