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Old November 19th, 2009, 08:57 PM   #41
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NCSB acquires Puteri Harbour land for RM16.3 million
By Racheal Lee Thursday, 19 November 2009 18:45

PETALING JAYA: Nusajaya Consolidated Sdn Bhd (NCSB), a joint venture company equally owned by UEM Land Bhd and United Malayan Land Bhd (UM Land), has acquired a parcel of land in Puteri Harbour in Johor Bahru from Bandar Nusajaya Development Sdn Bhd and UEM Land Bhd for RM16.3 million.

In a joint statement on Nov 10, UM Land and UEM Land said that the acquisition of the 2.2-acre commercial land, which will be utilised for the development of boutique apartments and retail components, was pursuant to the option to purchase agreement.

The low-rise development project, which offers two five-storey apartment blocks and a 96,700-sq ft retail space, will be aimed at owners and investors. It is scheduled for construction next year and scheduled to be completed by December 2012.

The development is envisioned to be a primary activity hub in Puteri Harbour, with a range of food and Beverages (F&B) and retail outlets overlooking the lagoon, with a string of events to be held alongside the promenade.
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Waterfront living at Puteri Harbour
Written by The Edge Malaysia



With the hard and soft infrastructure in place, building work will soon start at Puteri Harbour — a waterfront and marina development. The first structure to take shape will be a family indoor theme park

Having spent two years and RM260 million developing the hard and soft infrastructure at Puteri Harbour in Nusajaya, Johor, UEM Land Bhd managing director and CEO Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim says the time is ripe to kick off the building structures at the waterfront and marina development. The first of these are the 60,000 sq ft family indoor theme park, a 300-room Traders Hotel and about 100,000 sq ft of retail space.

Early this month UEM Land sold two parcels of land totalling about 4.221 acres for RM26.7 million to Themed Resorts and Attractions Sdn Bhd (TAR), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Khazanah Nasional Bhd, for the development of a complex that will house the country’s first family indoor theme park, the hotel and the retail outlets. UEM Land will also act as the development manager for the project and managing it until it is completed, fitted out and handed over to TAR.

At the signing of the venture, Wan Abdullah expressed excitement about the proposed development. “We expect that it will create commercial activities and spillover effects that will add further value to Puteri Harbour.”

Touted as the jewel of Nusajaya — a 24,000-acre integrated development in southwest Johor and a key component of Iskandar Malaysia — Puteri Harbour is a waterfront and marina development that spans 688 acres offering a panoramic view of the Straits of Johor. Located adjacent to the Johor State New Administrative Centre (JSNAC), the developer says Puteri Harbour will be a unique luxurious lifestyle community, offering the experience of exceptional waterfront living, dining, entertainment, the arts and culture in a safe and natural setting.

According to the developer, Puteri Harbour will boast prime waterfront properties, offices and retail shops, food and beverage outlets, a transport hub (water transport terminal for water taxis and ferry, bus terminal, tram and LRT station), a marina (berthing, chandlery and accommodation facilities for boaters, yachters, boat/yacht charter owners/operators and water sports owners/operators) and a cultural park initiated and owned by the Johor government.

To be developed in phases spanning 15 years, Puteri Harbour is expected to be fully completed in 2021. However, 90% of the main infrastructure for the overall development will be completed by the end of this year. To date, the clubhouse for the public marina — with a gross floor area of 28,255 sq ft comprising office space, a café, charter office and other facilities — has been completed and operational since September 2008.

Additionally, the construction of the 76-berth floating pontoon for the public marina was completed in September 2008 and operations commenced in January this year when the first yacht sailed in on Jan 15, added the developer.

In a class of its own
As one of the seven signature projects aimed at catalysing the development of Nusajaya, Wan Abdullah says UEM Land realised early on that in making Puteri Harbour a reality, there was no room for error. “We realised that we could not afford to learn from our mistakes and it was with this realisation that we took on Cox Group of Architects from Australia to undertake the replanning of Puteri Harbour,” he says, adding that the architectural practice is renowned for its experience in planning urban waterfront developments. “We reanalysed all the waterfront elements, including the look of the waterfront as well as the density of the development.”

Given its development approach of going into partnerships, Wan Abdullah says the developer recognised the need for uniformity and thus came up with a set of urban design guidelines. “We are now persuading the local authority to adopt our urban design guidelines,” he says.

He adds that the initiatives put in place to differentiate Nusajaya from other cities also put Puteri Harbour in a class of its own. Encompassing four key areas, the initiatives include safety and security, an environment-friendly policy, an integrated intelligent city management platform, and telecommunications.

Collectively, these initiatives and the other aspects of the soft infrastructure make up some of the selling points of Puteri Harbour’s upcoming residential developments.



To date, the clubhouse for the public marina
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“This is a safe urban waterfront development with all the security features, including surveillance cameras and panic buttons. Residents will also be living in a development that has its own urban design guidelines, which have been carefully formulated and adopted throughout the development. The transport system has been designed so that there will be no congestion,” he says.

Wan Abdullah adds that Puteri Harbour is also enhanced by its proximity to projects such as a theme park, golf course and educational facilities. Close attention has also been paid to the landscaping of the development and to this end, the developer has engaged Oculus Landscape Architecture, says Wan Abdullah, adding that the landscaping master plan includes the creation of thematic gardens within Puteri Harbour.

Sustainability and environment-friendly features are also a priority at Puteri Harbour, says Wan Abdullah, pointing out that besides developing green buildings, UEM Land is also committed to protecting the environment. In constructing the marina, for instance, the developer employed double layers of silt curtains to prevent effluents from going into the Straits of Johor.

UEM Land was recently conferred the Best Master Plan Development award for Puteri Harbour by the Malaysian chapter of the International Real Estate Federation (Fiabci). For Wan Abdullah, this achievement is proof that its efforts towards sustainable development have paid off.

Strategic partnerships the way to go
In developing Puteri Harbour, Wan Abdullah stresses the importance of partnerships. “We can’t do it ourselves as we don’t have the financial capability to develop it all at once. Puteri Harbour needs to have that sense of vibrancy and for that we need strategic partners,” he says, adding that having different partners also gives Puteri Harbour a wider reach. “We hope to get more regional players to bring their own respective markets,” he says, adding that currently the developer has a few partners to be considered.

To date, UEM Land has partnered with Limitless LLC of Dubai to develop 111 acres of prime waterfront property into canal homes at the Residential North precinct. The 60:40 venture (UEM Land with 40% stake) is expected to launch the first housing units at end-2010. These properties have been planned to incorporate luxury waterfront housing units with the creation of canals and waterways that will, in turn, be linked to the public marina and the Straits of Johor.

In addition, UEM Land had in 2008 signed with UM Land to develop a RM840 million residential, commercial and retail development on 3.56 hectares of land.
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Nusajaya to develop RM670m project
Friday December 24, 2010
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PETALING JAYA: Nusajaya Consolidated Sdn Bhd (NCSB), a 50:50 joint venture between UEM Land Bhd and United Malayan Land Bhd (UMLand), will develop 6.7 acres in Nusajaya, Johor, into a mixed development project with a gross development value of RM670mil.

UMLand said in a statement to Bursa Malaysia that NCSB yesterday signed an agreement with Bandar Nusajaya Development Sdn Bhd to acquire the freehold land in Nusajaya for RM49.6mil in cash.

The proposed development, to comprise commercial, residential and retail components, will be developed over four years and is expected to yield a gross profit of RM160mil.

It is located in Puteri Harbour, an integrated waterfront and marina development spanning 278.42ha within Nusajaya and Iskandar Malaysia.

At present, NCSB is developing boutique waterfront apartments in Puteri Harbour scheduled for launch next year.

Following the purchase of 0.89ha in November 2009, NCSB has now exercised its option to buy the second parcel.

UMLand said the land and development costs would be financed through internally generated funds and/or bank borrowings.
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Somerset Puteri Harbour sees robust sales

By Wong Mei Kay of theedgeproperty.com
Friday, 24 February 2012 14:28

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 24): Nusajaya Consolidated Sdn Bhd (NCSB), a 50:50 joint venture between United Malayan Land Bhd (UMLand) and UEM Land Holdings Bhd (UEM Land), achieved strong sales of its Somerset Puteri Harbour in Johor following private launches recently. The preview was organised for two weeks this month in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

Marketing efforts had certainly paid off. NCSB held roadshows in Singapore last year and received registrations from interested parties via its website prior to the private launches.

Of the 132 serviced apartments, 120 units were sold, with majority of buyers being Singaporean investors, said Zulkifly Garib, the operations director of UMLand.

The 204 serviced residences — located in the waterfront development of Puteri Harbour in Nusajaya, Johor — have a gross built-up area of 575,000 sq ft and a gross development value (GDV) of RM180million. The price ranges from RM720,000 to RM4.5 million with unit sizes from 762 to 1,496 sq ft. The built-up of the penthouses starts from 3,650 sq ft.

"The successful take-up rate at our Singapore launch shows the confidence that Singaporeans have not only in us and our development, but also in Iskandar Malaysia," Zulkifly told The Edge Financial Daily.

He added that though most of the units were sold in Singapore, a number of Malaysians had booked early in Kuala Lumpur. "The majority of buyers are professionals and investor buyers," Zulkifly said, on the demographics of the purchasers.

The serviced apartments ranging from studios to three-bedroom units come fully furnished. Facilities available within the development include a gymnasium, swimming pool, children's play area and residents' lounge.

Adjacent to Somerset Puteri Harbour is a retail and commercial component being developed by a government-linked company (GLC) together with a hotel and family entertainment centre currently under construction.

Somerset Puteri Harbour is a stone's throw away from Legoland and an indoor theme park featuring popular children's characters such as Hello Kitty, Thomas and Friends, Barney and Bob the Builder. It is within a 20-minute drive from the Second Link and is 25 minutes away from Johor's Senai International Airport.

Once completed in 2013, the leaseback apartments will be managed by The Ascott Group of Singapore for the next 10 years.

Puteri Harbour is an integrated waterfront and marina development undertaken by UEM Land spanning 688 acres (275ha) in the 24,000-acre Nusajaya precinct of Johor.



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Kuok, Khazanah link up to transform Nusajaya

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WORLD-CLASS CITY: Parties to develop Puteri Harbour in joint-venture deal

KUALA LUMPUR: ROBERT Kuok, Malaysia's richest man who was born in Johor Baru, has teamed up with Khazanah Nasional Bhd to help turn Nusajaya in Johor into a world-class city.

The two parties will develop two plots of land in Puteri Harbour in Nusajaya via a joint-venture company, Southern Marina Development Sdn Bhd.

Southern Marina yesterday inked a deal with UEM Land Holdings Bhd to buy the plots of land for a combined RM182 million.

Kuok, who now resides in Hong Kong, controls 70 per cent of Southern Marina through family investment vehicle Kuok Brothers Sdn Bhd. Forbes valued his personal wealth at US$12.4 billion (RM37.8 billion) in 2011, ranking him at No 1 on Forbes list of Malaysia's Richest.

The balance of 30 per cent in Southern Marina is held by Khazanah, the government investment arm.

Southern Marina plans to undertake a mixed residential and commercial development on the 6.26ha.

"With the participation of a strong partner like Southern Marina, we are confident that Puteri Harbour is on track to being a world-class integrated waterfront and marina development which will play a pivotal role in being a catalyst for making Nusajaya a dynamic, vibrant and liveable city for all," UEM Land managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim said in a statement.

Nusajaya is one of the five flagship zones of Iskandar Malaysia.

Datuk Oh Siew Nam, a director of Kuok Brothers, said it was excited to have a presence in Puteri Harbour and the opportunity to participate in the ongoing development of Iskandar Malaysia.

"The tremendous progress achieved in Iskandar Malaysia, and especially Nusajaya over the last few years, is remarkable.

"We are confident that the good infrastructure, facilities and connectivity will continue to attract strong interest from local and international investors into Iskandar Malaysia."

Khazanah managing director Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar is looking forward to working with the Kuok Brothers Group in Iskandar Malaysia as the region develops progressively into the next phase of growth.

More: http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general...#ixzz2RFESWetg
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Puteri Harbour Voted Iskandar's Top Waterfront Residential Neighbourhood

TheDevelopmentAdvisor conducted poll on how readers rated the various Iskandar waterfront developments.

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