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Old August 13th, 2012, 09:54 AM   #701
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that one for your childish statment,not for iskandar development..
Then you are provoking me... Provoker!!!
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Old August 13th, 2012, 10:37 AM   #702
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And this is how "the provoker" critic...
FYI, singing praises all the time does not make a JB/Nusa/Medini structure world class ok? People know better than empty propoganda these days.

These days, you remind me of the mimosa plant: ultra sensitive.
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Old August 13th, 2012, 04:08 PM   #703
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kepada sesiapa yg berkenaan, aku kat forum ni nak ikuti perkembangan, berita, gambar bandar2 di johor.. tolong la jangan buat kacau kat sini..
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Old August 13th, 2012, 06:08 PM   #704
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Old August 13th, 2012, 06:22 PM   #705
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Old August 13th, 2012, 06:23 PM   #706
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Old August 13th, 2012, 07:47 PM   #707
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What are you waiting for? Go pick that glass and install it at this ferry terminal...
Make it look so expensive to your point of view...

Don't turn this thread into another chit chatting thread... Gosh

this is a forum and it means to discuss,giving opinion,sharing etc,is it a fault to say the ferry terminal looking cheap?im not againts any development or state pride issue,that is only my opinion and im not saying that this ferry terminal should look like gardens by the bay or to make it looking good they should put glass exactly like gardens by the bay,i just explain the issue on previous statement about quality of the shell used in gardens by the baybecause someone seems to call it an unsustainable material while actually it was green and more sustainable..plz lah,i know all of the forumers clever to translate what i mean in term of architecture and physical appearance.i support all development in malaysia and wish all the best to iskandar..to giving an opinion is not wrong but to denying opinion is something that you not supposed to do ,chill
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Old August 14th, 2012, 05:27 AM   #708
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Old August 14th, 2012, 08:28 AM   #709
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wow,nicely design!semua ipd utama di malaysia patut standardize mcm ni!cool
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These building are getting old and they are still in the in the middle of nowhere surrounded by lalang fields..... I wonder if MB Ghani works alone there? I doubt it though.....
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Old August 15th, 2012, 05:03 AM   #712
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Hi all, this is my first post in the forum! I hope to contribute more in the future!

Rizal hakim, thanks so much for putting all the renders and pictures of the new projects coming along.

You have done a fantastic job!!

The photos that you posted as CS2 they are not in medini but in Puteri harbour.

The project will be launched in the third or fourth quarter of 2012.

The developer is Sunrise, a company recently bought by UEM Land, and the master planner of Moun kiara in KL.


Vince, those rending that you posted were masterplan ideas , concepts carry out by the concession holders of the medini land. They goal was to market the area to attract developers to purchase land.

To avoid false expectactions among the people who read this, it would be good to put the name of the developer and the expected date of launch with the photos followed by the pictures on the construction.

Like Imperia and Somerset at puteri harbour which were launched, fully sold and ther are now under construction.
thx nusajayan...so the project confirmd??dats cool....
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Old August 16th, 2012, 02:53 AM   #713
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UEM Land yakin raih pendapatan RM2.55b

16/08/2012 - 05:15:58 AM Oleh Suffian A Bakar

UEM Land Holdings Bhd, pemaju hartanah terbesar negara ini berdasarkan nilai permodalan pasaran, yakin meraih pendapatan sekitar RM2.55 bilion tahun ini.

Angka itu adalah pertumbuhan 50 peratus berbanding pendapatan RM1.703 bilion yang diraihnya tahun lalu. Pengarah Urusan dan Ketua Eksekutifnya, Datuk Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim, berkata pertumbuhan itu akan dipacu pelancaran pelbagai projek yang dirancang sepanjang tahun ini membabitkan nilai pembangunan kasar (GDV) RM4.5 bilion.
Beliau berkata, kebanyakan projek yang akan dilancarkan tahun ini adalah fasa lanjutan daripada pembangunan sebelum ini di Nusajaya, Johor dan di luar Nusajaya dengan sasaran jualan RM3 bilion.

“Tahun ini kita akan menyaksikan struktur permintaan bergerak ke satu dimensi baru berikutan siap dan beroperasinya pelbagai projek, khususnya di Nusajaya, seperti University Of Southampton, Marlborough College, Legoland, Trust School, Bio-Xcell, Institut Maritim, pusat beli-belah, dan taman tema tertutup dan Hotel Traders.

“Nilai jualan belum dibilkan UEM Land yang kukuh sebanyak RM1.85 bilion setakat 31 Disember 2011 juga akan turut membantu kami mencapai angka pertumbuhan itu,” katanya pada sidang media membentangkan prestasi kewangan 2011 UEM Land di Kuala Lumpur, semalam.

Wan Abdullah berkata, antara projek yang dilancarkan tahun ini ialah Nusa Idaman, East Ledang, Nusa Bayu, CS2, Lifestyle Retail Mall and Residence, Summer VOS, Lot 149 di bekas tapak Bangunan Angkasaraya Jalan Ampang), Mont’Kiara 22, SL 1,2 & 3, Kajang, Arcoris, dan Symphony Hills.
Beliau berkata, sasaran pertumbuhan pendapatan 50 peratus itu adalah sejajar dengan Indeks Prestasi Utama (KPI) yang ditetapkan UEM Land untuk tahun ini.

UEM Land meletakkan KPI lebih mencabar tahun ini dengan sasaran meraih pertumbuhan pendapatan 50 peratus, pertumbuhan keuntungan selepas cukai, pelunasan dan kepentingan minoriti (PATAMI) 40 peratus, dan pulangan ke atas ekuiti sebanyak 10 peratus.

“Tahun lalu kita mencapai semua KPI ditetapkan, kecuali satu iaitu ROE. Tahun ini kita bertekad mencapai semuanya,” katanya.

UEM Land mencatat prestasi kewangan kukuh dalam tahun kewangan lalu berakhir 31 Disember 2011 yang menyaksikan pendapatannya meningkat 261.5 peratus kepada RM1.703 bilion daripada RM469.7 juta tahun sebelumnya disumbang antaranya oleh faktor pengambilalihan Sunrise Bhd.

PATAMI dicatat tahun lalu berjumlah RM301.7 juta, mewakili peningkatan 55.1 peratus berbanding tahun sebelumnya.

UEM mencatat jumlah jualan bernilai RM2.2 bilion tahun lalu, melepasi sasaran jualan RM2 bilion.

Dalam perkembangan lain, Wan Abdullah berkata pihaknya sedang berunding dengan pelbagai pihak bagi menambah simpanan tanah untuk pembangunan masa depan.

Beliau berkata, pihaknya sudah mengenalpasti kawasan yang hendak dibangunkan di Sabah dan Sarawak yang mana rundingan peringkat lanjutan sedang berlangsung dengan pemilik tanah.

Pihaknya mensasar memuktamadkan janji niaga berkenaan tahun ini, katanya.

UEM juga, katanya sedang berunding dengan agensi kerajaan bagi mengambilalih tanah di kawasan strategik, khususnya di pusat bandar yang akan dibangunkan bangunan pencakar langit menawarkan ruang pejabat.

sumber: http://www.bharian.com.my/articles/U...2_55b/Article/
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Anyone has taken photos of the 2 sites in front of traders hotel where imperial by UEM and Encorp Marina by Encorp are?
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Old August 23rd, 2012, 04:34 PM   #718
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nice updates,btw does anyone know how many hotel will be build around nusajaya and puteri harbour area?
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Old August 24th, 2012, 04:08 AM   #719
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The Traders looks cool. Remind me of Docklands Melbourne
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Old September 21st, 2012, 06:14 AM   #720
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Strong interest prompts IIB to launch EduPark

21-9-2012


JOHOR BARU: Interest in Iskandar Malaysia’s EduCity @Nusajaya near here remains strong and has prompted Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB) to embark on a second similar project.
IIB president and chief executive officer Datuk Syed Mohamed Syed Ibrahim said the second project would be known as EduPark@Nusajaya.
He said the company was in the midst of completing the planning development of EduPark and its blue print would be unveiled towards the end of the year.
“We want to position EduCity and EduPark as the leading knowledge hub in the region,’’ Syed Mohamed said in a press conference on Wednesday.
He said this at the signing of a sale and purchase agreement between Education@Iskandar Sdn Bhd (EISB), a wholly-owned subsidiary of IIB and Raffles Education Corp for the sale of 18.47ha land for RM56mil.
Signing on behalf of IIB were Syed Mohamed and chief operating officer Khairil Anwar Ahmad while Raffles Education was represented by executive director Stephen Chong and Raffles American School (RAS) director Doris Chew.
The land will be used to house Malaysia’s first state-of-the art RAS, which will focus on providing a world-class education facility in partnership with International School Services.
It offers an American curriculum leading to the Advanced Placement Programme for students to matriculate in colleges and universities in the United States and other English speaking universities around the world.
Work on the RAS will start in November and targeted for phase one completion for kindergarten through Grade 12, including full boarding capacity in 2014-2015.
The campus will boast 300,000 sq ft of built-up area complete with sports, recreational and boarding facilities to cater for a capacity of 2,000 students.
“The concept of EduPark will be different from EduCity as the former will see the partnership between industries and educational institutions to produce all rounders,’’ said Syed Mohamed.
EduCity, which covers 123.42ha, will have eight universities with one specialised faculty each while EduPark has an area spanning between 161.87ha and 202.34ha.
He said IIB was confident that EduPark would be as successful as the company had received many queries from interested parties to set their operations at the yet-to-be-launched project.
Similarly, he said the company would not be rushing to accept offers made by two universities in Beijing which are planning to set up their branch campuses in Iskandar Malaysia.
“We are very selective as we only want to offer the best in class faculties from reputable universities in the world,’’ said Syed Mohamed.


More: http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...1&sec=business
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