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Old July 24th, 2009, 10:44 PM   #21
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Old July 22nd, 2010, 10:33 AM   #25
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Kenanga Wholesale City to open its doors in mid-2011
July 1st, 2010

KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanga Wholesale City in Jalan Kenanga, Kuala Lumpur, has secured more than 50% tenancy for its 400 retail units available for lease, according to the developer Kenanga Wholesale City Sdn Bhd on Thursday, July 1.

The fashion mall is scheduled to open in mid-2011.

Speaking to a press conference here after the complex's leasing launch, its managing director Bernard Bong said that there are 800 retail units in Kenanga Wholesale City, with a total net lettable retail space of 500,000 sq ft. Out of the 800 units, half were for sale and the take-up rate was 100% since the ground-breaking ceremony in December 2008.

"For the 400 units sold, 80% of them are end=users while the remaining are investors. Besides the 400 units for lease, we also have offices and warehouses at Level 16 and Level 17 for lease. We will give priority to the tenants of the retail unit," he added.

The Kenanga Wholesale City comprises a 22-storey building on a 3.2-acre tract with 20 loading bays, eight cargo lifts, a convention area, 1,800 parking bays as well as F&B, banking and logistic outlets.

It has a gross development value of RM1 billion. The development is expected to boost Jalan Kenanga's current estimated collective revenue of RM1 billion per annum to RM2.5 billion per annum.

The developer plans to make Kenanga Wholesale City similar to Korea's popular wholesale fashion mall Dongdaemun is in Seoul. Bong added that wholesale shopping allows tourists and locals to buy more up-to-date products at lower prices.

The leased units are sized from 300 sq ft to 2,500 sq ft, and are priced between RM5 and RM30 psf. Among the tenants the developer has secured are Big Mart Retail & Office Depo Sdn Bhd (authorised distributor of Disney stationery), The Chicken Rice Shop, Factory Outlet Store, Fate Fashion, The Gadgets Shop Sdn Bhd, H&J Fashion Sdn Bhd, Hot & Roll, NAC Collection Sdn Bhd, Old Town White Coffee, RHB Bank Bhd and Wong Kok Char Chan Teng.

The offices and warehouses, meanwhile, have built-up spaces from 505 sq ft.

Kenanga Wholesale City Sdn Bhd is part of the Kha Seng Group, a conglomerate of companies that includes Central market and Viva Home, Malaysia's first one-stop centre for homes.
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Kenanga Wholesale City Sdn Bhd managing director Bernard Bong
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KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanga Wholesale City Sdn Bhd is establishing a one-stop garment wholesale centre at a development cost of RM300mil.

The 22-storey Kenanga Wholesale City to be completed in three years, was located in the heart of the established Kenanga area well known for its wholesale fashion business, said group chief executive Yee Ia Howe.

Kenanga Wholesale City Sdn Bhd managing director Bernard Bong (second from left) and Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen with project’s model


Due to the inadequate trading area, entrepreneurs were unable to expand their business and space was lacking for newcomers, he said, adding that this had stagnated growth in the area.

“The development strategy for the Kenanga Wholesale City is to further expand the garment wholesale business,” Yee said at the soft launch of the three-acre project off Jalan Kenanga.yesterday.

The proposed development with a total gross built-up area of 1.8 million sq ft and net lettable retail area of 500,000 sq ft would offer 790 new business lots, double the current number of shop lots, thus providing more business opportunities, Yee said.

“The proposed units of 300 to 600 sq ft, at current market prices of RM1,980 to RM3,300 per sq ft, will provide good capital appreciation for buyers,” he said, adding that the project was 70% sold.

Kenanga Wholesale City would also provide facilities to supporting businesses such as express mailing and logistics, ATM banking service and moneychangers.

Yee said his management would also work with the Malaysia Garments Wholesale Exports and Import Merchants Association to explore business opportunities in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan and the Philippines.

“Garment wholesalers in Kenanga cater mainly to the local market. Exports make up only 30% of total trade. We hope to increase foreign trade by promoting Kenanga overseas,” he said.

Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen, who graced the soft-launch earlier, expressed confidence that the one-stop centre would help boost the tourism industry.
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Old August 10th, 2010, 12:20 PM   #28
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Fashion hub gets a makeover
MALL PROJECT: Kenanga Wholesale City is poised to become a regional and international attraction for the tourism industry as well.



With its well-ordered structure and comprehensive facilities, Kenanga Wholesale City looks set to revolutionise the fashion wholesale industry – and match it with eye-catching investment returns.

“Former downmarket ‘black area’ fetches million-ringgit prices” – it sounds like the stuff of movies. Indeed, the history of the Kenanga area is the envy of many mid- to low-end segments that started off just like it. Threatened with becoming a victim of its own success, however, this South East Asian fashion wholesale hub is undergoing a makeover.

The saviour is Kenanga Wholesale City, a well-ordered RM880 million, 22-storey complex off Jalan Loke Yew. Positioning itself as a one-stop centre, Malaysia’s first wholesale mall brings together an exciting mix of merchandise, including garments, accessories, shoes, gifts, stationery and other lifestyle products. With its GUARANTEED 8% NETT annual rate of return for the first three years, 80% of the freehold lots have already been snapped up.
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Old January 29th, 2011, 06:46 AM   #29
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Kha Seng Group expands KL retail reach
By Racheal Lee of theedgeproperty.com
Friday, 28 January 2011 14:05


KUALA LUMPUR: The Kha Seng Group will complete and open two retail developments in Kuala Lumpur this year.

The 4-storey Viva Home mall near Jalan Loke Yew, Cheras is scheduled for official opening in May while the Kenanga Wholesale City in Jalan Kenanga is slated for an August debut, said its managing director Bernard Bong.

Speaking after the Kenanga Wholesale City topping-up ceremony here on Thursday, Jan 27, Bong said Viva Home, which has a net lettable area of 660,000 sq ft and an expo hall of 66,000 sq ft, will be the first of its kind one-stop home products and services centre.

Viva Home is part of a RM280 million two-phase redevelopment of Plaza Uncang Emas (UE3), which Kha Seng acquired in 2009 for some RM100 million.

"Viva Home has achieved a 95% tenancy rate. All units here are for lease only. We have already completed the refurbishment works and tenants are moving in now. We will soft-open the mall end-March and officially open it by May," Bong noted.

Viva Home will have lot sizes ranging from 300 sq ft to 2,000 sq ft, while anchors will have space of up to 15,000 sq ft. Among the anchor tenants are Giant Superstore and MBO Cineplex.

Construction of a 4-star 295-room business-class hotel above the mall is expected to be completed in 18 months.

"We will operate the hotel ourselves," he said, adding that the hotel would be called Vivatel.

The Kha Seng Group, which focuses on niche retail properties, also owns Central Market in Kuala Lumpur.

It also owns a one-acre plot in the Bukit Bintang area. The development plans for the parcel will be announced after the Chinese New Year, said Bong.

Meanwhile, the 22-level Kenanga Wholesale City, a fashion wholesale centre offering fashion apparel, accessories, shoes, gifts and lifestyle products under one roof, is scheduled for completion in April for opening in August.

The occupancy rate has reached 75%. The developer has sold 49% of the 800 units and will keep the balance for lease.

The lower ground floor to the 7th floor will be retail floors for fashion, accessories, food and beverages, and other retail chains while the parking lots will be on two basement levels and levels 8 to 14.

The 15th floor will house a garden courtyard, food court, exhibition hall and fashion runway; while the 16th and 17th floors are for offices and warehouse space.

Construction on the building began in late-2008, and the project is endorsed by the Tourism Ministry as an upcoming KL tourist attraction. Built on a 3.2-acre site, it has a net lettable area of 500,000 sq ft and a gross development value of RM1 billion.
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 03:12 PM   #31
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