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Old February 10th, 2011, 12:05 PM   #21
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KL Eco-City launch sets the stage for MRT-induced property plays
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MRT-INDUCED PROPERTY: Photo shows an artist’s impression of the KL Eco-
City project by SP Setia. The launch of the project will trigger a wave of
launches linked to the MRT theme. – Photo by kualalumpurprimeproperties.com


KUCHING: The property sector is seeing a hive of activities in the post-Chinese New Year period as SP Setia Bhd’s (SP Setia) launch of its RM6 billion KL Eco-City project marked the start of a wave of properties that would be marketed as a potential transportation hub with a mass rapid transit (MRT) stop.

In its research report, HwangDBS Vickers Research Sdn Bhd (HwangDBS Research) said the KL Eco-City project launch commanded approximately a 30 per cent premium over neighbouring properties.

The strata offices launched at the end of January chalked up an 80 per cent take-up rate despite premium average selling prices (ASPs) of RM1,100 per square feet (psf). On the other hand, its boutique offices sold en-bloc at RM60 million per quadrant was already 75 per cent booked.

Furthermore, indicative response to the first condominium tower comprising 711 units to be launched in March or April was overwhelming even with ASP raised by 20 per cent to RM1,200 psf.

The research house also highlighted other upcoming launches to watch out for such as YTL Land & Development Bhd’s (YTL Land) Capers condominium at Sentul East after Chinese New year with 460 units priced at RM700 psf.

In addition, Selangor Properties Bhd’s (Selangor Properties) Batai condominium in Damansara Heights due to be launched in the first half of this year priced at RM1,000 psf and Guocoland (Malaysia) Bhd’s (Guocoland) RM2 billion Damansara City development also priced at RM1,000 psf were other launches on the horizon.

On the MRT developments, the research firm said that public display to gain feedback on the approved Blue Line (Sungai Buloh – Kajang) should be kick-started soon. The government’s decision on the proposed Circle Line (around KL city) and Orange Line (Ampang-Klang) might be announced in the middle of this year once the appointed consultant reverted its study findings in April or May.

The Circle Line would likely be approved given its significance in integrating all existing railway networks in KL. Although there could be alignment changes, HwangDBS Research believed the MRT would need to pass through high-density commercial value areas to be viable.

It said the first construction tender could be called by April with the ground-breaking exercise in July. However, the research house noted that property prices would start moving ahead as developers priced in improved accessibility and higher traffic from the MRT. Policies would likely remain accommodative to attract foreign/private investments to support the government’s initiatives.

Where land banking activities were concerned, SP Setia had started the ball rolling by buying two plots of land in January. This consisted of a prime 40-acre Jalan Bangsar land swap and 266-acre township land in Tebrau, Johor.

There could be more land banking activities on the cards as SP Setia beefed up its balance sheet with RM1.1 billion in placement proceeds in March. The master plan for the 2,680 acre [email protected] Buloh (MRT Blue Line terminal station) might be unveiled as early as mid-2011, which could see tenders called in the second half of 2011.

HwangDBS Research pegged YTL Land, Bolton Bhd and SP Setia’s target prices at RM2.80 per share, RM1.90 per share and RM7.90 per share respectively.
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Old February 23rd, 2011, 10:49 AM   #26
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KL Eco City to be launched by April
By Racheal Lee of theedgeproperty.com
Wednesday, 23 February 2011 14:15

SHAH ALAM: Top property developer S P Setia Bhd is planning to launch the first phase of the long-awaited RM6 billion Kuala Lumpur Eco City (KLEC) in Bangsar by April.

Speaking to reporters after the company's AGM and EGM here on Wednesday, Feb 23, president and managing director Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said Phase 1 will consist of one block of a high-rise strata office tower with 232 units, as well as 12 blocks of boutique offices.

These blocks, he added, will be priced at about RM1,000 psf. The boutique offices, for example, will be sold en-bloc at RM70 million, as it covers a space of 70,000 sq ft.

The residential component will then be launched six months after the launch of Phase 1.

KLEC is an urban redevelopment joint-venture project between S P Setia and Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur on a 20-acre plot, which was formerly known as Kampung Abdullah Hukum, located opposite Mid Valley City.

The project, according to Liew, is designed to include four high-rise office towers, four condominium blocks, a serviced apartment block and 12 blocks of boutique office. The project is targeting at an accreditation for a Green Building Index (GBI) rating.

GBI is a green rating tool for buildings to promote sustainability in the built environment.

"We will purchase a 48-storey office block and the 3-storey retail podium located below the boutique offices for our recurring income in the future. Nevertheless, we won't be moving our corporate office there," he added.

He expects the office tower in KLEC will fetch rental similar to those in The Gardens at RM8 psf.

This project signifies that the developer is moving to integrated commercial development, from township development alone.

Several links will be built to connect the existing accesses like Federal Highway, New Pantai Expressway, Jalan Bangsar and Jalan Maarof.

The proposed Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), to be built jointly by Gamuda Bhd and MMC Corporation Bhd, will also have a station on the site. Currently, the plot is accessible via the Light Rail Transit (LRT) and KTM Komuter services.
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Old February 24th, 2011, 05:01 AM   #27
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SP Setia aims to raise up to RM1.2b for expansion
By Rupinder Singh Published: 2011/02/24
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...tia23/Article/

PROPERTY developer SP Setia Bhd's (8664)proposed private placement of up to 15 per cent of its paid-up capital is expected to raise up to RM1.2 billion to fund its existing and future expansion.

"We hope to raise between RM1 billion to RM1.2 billion from the proposed private placement," president and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said after SP Setia's extraordinary general meeting (EGM) in Shah Alam yesterday.

The exercise would only dilute minimally the company's share capital base, he added.

Liew plans to maintain his shareholding after the exercise. although another major shareholder, the Employees Provident Fund, wanted to raise its stake "a little bit more".
"We cannot speculate on the shareholding spread of these major shareholders," he said.

The EPF is its second largest shareholder with a 14.95 per cent stake as at December 30. Skim Amanah Saham Bumiputera is the largest, with a 20.11 per cent stake. Liew owns 9.19 per cent.

SP Setia said the private placement would involve a bookbuilding exercise, which includes a roadshow involving about 30 global funds.

At the EGM, shareholders approved the proposed placement and bonus issue on a one-for-two basis after the placement.

"This (private placement) will provide us with ample funds to strongly launch three sizeable new projects without having to forego exciting new landbanking opportunities which may come our way," Liew said.

The three major projects planned for launch this year are the KL Eco City - which is opposite the MidValley - Setia City in Setia Alam in Shah Alam and Fulton Lane in Melbourne. They have a combined gross development value of RM12.5 billion.

The group is also negotiating with the government on a swap deal to buy 16.2ha of prime land in Bangsar in exchange for a new health and research complex on a 22.28ha site in Bandar Setia Alam.

"Apart from projects which are already in the pipeline, we are still aggressively scouting for good landbank to lock in future growth," said Liew, adding that SP Setia has 1,494ha of undeveloped land at the moment.

Liew said SP Setia has achieved a quarter of its yearly target sales of RM3 billion in the first quarter ended January 31 2011.

"We are off to a running start on our current year sales target with RM737 million sales already locked in," he said.
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KL Eco City to get off the ground early 2012
By Ooi Tee ChingPublished: 2011/10/25
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Kuala Lumpur: After more than a decade of delay, property developer SP Setia Bhd expects to start working on the RM6 billion KL Eco City, opposite Mid Valley Megamall in Kuala Lumpur, by early next year.

The land, where the development is to take place over 12 years, has been cleared and is currently vacant.

SP Setia first announced its intention to develop the land almost a decade ago, but had faced problems with squatters in the area, among other things.

In its filing to the stock exchange yesterday, SP Setia said Kuala Lumpur City Hall or Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) had finally formalised the privatisation of the 10ha cluster of land parcels in the Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum area.

The land is being alienated to KL Eco City Sdn Bhd (KLEC), which is owned by SP Setia and Yayasan Gerakbakti Kebangsaan on a 60:40 basis.

With net saleable area of 5.7 million square feet, SP Setia proposes to build a retail podium, three boutique office blocks, strata-titled office suites, three office towers, three residential towers and a serviced apartment tower.

The proposed development will also include a new KTM Komuter train station that will be integrated with the existing Abdullah Hukum LRT station.

Railway Asset Corp (RAC) has mandated SP Setia to deposit RM42.09 million in land bond to ensure construction of the train station.

Under the privatisation agreement, SP Setia must pay DBKL RM105.92 million, less the premium already paid, over 36 months.

As soon as SP Setia starts construction, it has to deposit RM10.55 million as performance bond with DBKL.

It also has to cough up a minimum guaranteed profit of RM191.96 million for the proposed development.

These are in addition to the initial agreement that DBKL be taking 20 per cent of the project's net profits.

The privatisation is conditional upon SP Setia paying DBKL RM11.4 million, being the difference between the actual construction cost of the low medium cost Apartment Abdullah Hukum 1 and the purchase price offered to the squatter families on the DBKL land.

The deal also requires SP Setia to pay RM10.59 million, being 10 per cent of the residual land value and RM1.62 million, being the land value for Plot F of the DBKL cluster of land.

SP Setia said these payments to DBKL will not have a material effect on its gearing for the year ending October 2011.

SP Setia estimates the KL Eco City's gross development cost to total RM5 billion.
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Old January 17th, 2012, 06:14 PM   #32
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