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Old December 24th, 2009, 02:40 AM   #101
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Expo centre a start for Naza in iconic projects
By ANGIE NG
The Star Biz Thursday December 24, 2009

PETALING JAYA: Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd is expanding its property business and building its brand image by venturing into more iconic projects in Kuala Lumpur and other parts of the country.

The construction of Malaysian External Trade Development Corp (Matrade) Centre building, located off Jalan Duta, will pave the way for such projects by the company.



An artist's impression of the Matrade Centre in Kuala Lumpur.


The Naza group, well known for its automotive business, has a number of prominent projects including the KLCC Platinum Park and other residential and commercial developments in Ampang, Shah Alam, Kajang and Taman Tun Dr Ismail.

Last November, Naza TTDI signed a privatisation agreement with the Government and Syarikat Tanah dan Harta Sdn Bhd to build the Matrade Centre in exchange for 62.45 acres of prime land in Mukim Batu, off Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur.

The exhibition building will have a gross floor area of one million sq ft.

According to a company spokesman, construction of the Matrade Centre is expected to begin in the second quarter next year with completion scheduled for 2014.

He said the centre, with three floors to house 12 exhibition halls, would be linked to the existing Menara Matrade building.

Phase one of the project will comprise a 90,000-sq-m expo centre on 13.1 acres that is set to be the largest exhibition and convention centre in the country.

It will consist of the main exhibition centre, multi-purpose hall, auditorium, meeting rooms and display arena. There will also be a hotel, shopping mall and office tower.

On Tuesday, Kumpulan Jetson Bhd and TTDI KL Metropolis Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, entered into a shareholders agreement to facilitate a joint-venture arrangement to plan, design and construct the Matrade Centre.

Kumpulan Jetson said in a note to Bursa Malaysia that a special-purpose vehicle – TTDI Jetson Sdn Bhd – would be set up, with Kumpulan Jetson and TTDI KL taking up 49% and 51% stakes respectively.

Besides the Matrade Centre, it will also develop the 62.45 acres which will be transferred from the Government to TTDI Metropolis in exchange for building the expo centre.

The mixed development, provisionally known as Naza KL Metropolis Development, will be developed over 15 to 20 years and will have a gross development value of RM15bil.

Based on a preliminary projection, the total project costs for the Matrade Centre is RM628mil.

It is understood that the company is talking to potential investors in the hotel and retail sectors.
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change dis to Naza KL Metropolis Development.
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Old December 28th, 2009, 06:12 AM   #103
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Malaysia masih ketinggalan bisnes MICE
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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia berpotensi untuk muncul sebagai hab bagi pusat mesyuarat, insentif, konvensyen dan pameran (MICE) di rantau Asia Pasifik sekiranya terus membangunkan infrastruktur berkenaan dengan saiz lebih besar dan berteknologi tinggi.

Negara kini memiliki beberapa MICE berskala sederhana antaranya Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra, Pusat Konvensyen Kuala Lumpur (KLCC) dan Menara Matrade namun saiznya belum cukup untuk memenuhi kapasiti penganjuran acara bertaraf dunia.

Rancangan pembinaan sebuah lagi MICE terbesar negara yang dikenali sebagai Matrade Centre dengan nilai pembangunan kasar sekitar RM628 juta melalui pembiayaan sektor korporat adalah bertepatan dengan keperluan itu.

Pensyarah Fakulti Ekonomi dan Perniagaan Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas), Shahrizal Hashim berkata, lokasinya yang terletak di Jalan Duta di sini bukan sahaja menawarkan kawasan pembangunan yang luas malah turut berada berhampiran dengan beberapa agensi kerajaan.

"Kerajaan berada dalam kedudukan terbaik untuk meraih manfaat besar hasil pembangunan pusat MICE terbesar negara ini menerusi limpahan tambahan kedatangan pelancong luar negara serta menggalakkan aliran teknologi dan kepakaran asing ke negara ini," katanya ketika ditemui di sini baru-baru ini.
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M’sia can bank on its strategic niche in MICE
by Ghaz Ghazali January 12, 2010, Tuesday
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Nevertheless, OBG observed that Malaysia is gearing up to improve its standing, both by further promoting its MICE potential and increasing several venue options on offer. In the middle of November last year, the government announced it had made a deal with TTDI KL Metropolis Sdn Bhd (TTDI Metropolis), which is a unit of the Naza Group, to develop a new exhibition and convention centre in Kuala Lumpur specifically targeting large-scale MICE events.

Phase-one works on the Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) Centre, which will comprise a 93,000 square-metre expo centre on 13.1 acres of land located off Jalan Duta, is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of this year.

Upon completion, the landmark is slated to become the largest exhibition and convention centre in the country, consisting of a main exhibition centre, a multi-purpose hall, auditorium, meeting rooms and display arena, in addition to a hotel, shopping mall and office tower.

Based on a preliminary projection, the total project costs for Matrade Centre is RM628 million and is due to open its doors in 2014.

Besides the Matrade Centre, the project will also develop the 62.45 acres of land, which will be transferred from the government to TTDI Metropolis in exchange for building the expo centre.

The mixed development, to be provisionally known as Naza KL Metropolis Development, will be developed over the next 15 to 20 years and will have a gross development value of RM15 billion.

The Matrade Centre, due to open its doors in 2014, is estimated to he total project costs for the Matrade Centre is RM628 million.
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Old January 16th, 2010, 02:09 PM   #106
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so rsp the architect???
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Old January 16th, 2010, 02:30 PM   #107
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Meanwhile, Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail, who officiated the launch of Sunway Tower, said City Hall had yet to receive any application from Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) or the Naza Group on their respective proposed 100-storey buildings.

“We only heard about this through the media. We’ve not received anything from either party,” he said.

In recent reports, PNB said it was looking at the possibility of developing a 100-storey skyscraper near the Stadium Merdeka/Stadium Negara area while the Naza group claimed it may develop a similar structure near the proposed Matrade Centre.
so dis is juz a rumorhuh!!
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Old January 16th, 2010, 06:46 PM   #108
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sometimes rumour is the cover for the truth which will eventually came out officially...

but i don't think it's really a good place for Naza to build a super skycraper at that location...it's far away from the center of KL
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Old January 17th, 2010, 03:30 PM   #109
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MASTERPLAN of NAZA KL METROPOLIS
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Old January 17th, 2010, 03:40 PM   #110
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i wish the plan is bigger..cant see clearly. was is that on the left side? looks like an open area.
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Old January 18th, 2010, 09:41 PM   #111
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Naza plans 5 new hotels in KL
By Vasantha Ganesan and Presenna Nambiar
Published: 2009/12/11

The Naza group plans to invest some RM780 million to open five new hotels in Kuala Lumpur over the next two to six years.

It is looking at opening three three-star category hotels under the Naza Talyya name in Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle.

The remaining two will be five-star properties; one scheduled for opening at its Platinum Park development next to the Petronas Twin Towers and another near the proposed Matrade Centre on Jalan Kuching.

Naza Hotel Management Sdn Bhd director Nur Nadia SM Nasimuddin said that investment in each of the three-star properties could be between RM50 million and RM60 million.

She was speaking to reporters after the launch of Naza Talyya's newly-refurbished hotels in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin said the hotel to support the proposed exhibition centre could cost some RM300million.

"It will be ready at the same time as the Matrade Centre in 2014," he told Business Times.

As for the hotel building at Platinum Park, he estimates that it too could cost RM300 million for a 350-room hotel.

It is looking for a foreign operator to manage this hotel, which is slated for completion in 2014/2015.

It is open to foreign investors pumping money into the project.

The Naza group now operates three hotels in Penang, Johor and Malacca under its Naza Talyya brand name.

The name "Talyya" means bloom or blooming in Arabic.
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Good find, patchay.

the longest building shade i could find is the pointed arrow. that is at least 3 times longer than the matrade 24 storey. so, if the rendering is quite acurate, we can estimate the tallest tower ll be 72 storey or more?


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looks like *****...
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EVERY GOOD TOWER LOOK LIKE *****

JUST LOOK AT ANY DISNEY CASTLE AND U CAN SEE IT
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Naza lines up RM6.4b property projects
Published: 2010/01/22


Naza Group, Malaysia’s biggest luxury vehicle importer, has lined up RM6.4 billion (US$1.9 billion) of property projects this year and is in talks for its first overseas real estate foray in China.

The company, which was picked by Peugeot Automobiles this month to lead its expansion in Southeast Asia, is counting on an economic recovery to draw local and foreign investors to its real estate projects as it aims to more than double its property unit’s revenue to RM2 billion in five years.

It has longer-term plans for a property trust and is lining up investors for a proposed a 100-floor tower in Kuala Lumpur.

“It’s going to be a better year,” said Naza’s 27-year-old joint chief executive officer S.M. Nasarudin S.M. Nasimuddin who has been helping run the unlisted company for the past two years after his father passed away. “I expect the property market to pick up,” he said in an interview in Kuala Lumpur.
Nasarudin and his brothers Faisal and Faliq, are sons of the late Nasimuddin Amin, the group’s founder. Nasimuddin began selling luxury cars in Malaysia when he was 21 and built Naza into one of the nation’s biggest auto groups after securing the rights to assemble Kia Motors Corp. vehicles in Malaysia. He died of cancer in May 2008 at 53.

Naza, which Nasimuddin founded in 1974, expanded into transport, property, hotel and the food and beverage industry. Its real estate business today accounts for 30 per cent of group sales, its second-biggest contributor.

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“The benchmark for the family is that we want to be like the Tata Group, the Jardine Group, that will last generation after generation,” Nasarudin said. “We’re only on the second generation and there’s still a long way to go, but those are our targets to grow as a conglomerate.”

Among its seven projects planned for this year is the RM4 billion Platinum Park project at the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, comprising three office towers, three residential towers and a hotel.

Naza, which sells Ferrari and Maserati cars and Ducati motorbikes, is also lining up foreign investors for Kuala Lumpur’s biggest property project, Nasarudin said. It won land rights in November from the government to construct an exhibition center, on top of which it may build a 100-floor tower as part of a 15 billion ringgit, 15-year project. That’s potentially higher than Kuala Lumpur’s 88-floor Petronas Twin Towers, previously the world’s tallest building before being surpassed by Taipei 101.

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“The idea is that we would like to attract foreign investors to come in,” Nasarudin said. “It brings significant value to the development overseas.” The master-plan for the project will be ready next month, he said.

A REIT is also “something we will look at eventually, after five years,” Nasarudin said. That’s when Naza TTDI Sdn HBd, its property unit, may rank among the top three developers in Malaysia, he said. “If we do a REIT, we’ll look at a few of the assets that are owned by the company.”

Naza is seeking property deals in China, Singapore and the US to rely less on its home market, Nasarudin said. It may conclude an agreement for a residential and commercial deal in China this year, he said, without giving details.

The company expects its property unit to contribute about 40 per cent of sales in five years time, up from the current 30 per cent, said Nasarudin. Naza’s automotive business will remain the dominant income earner, Nasarudin said, adding he expects to sell 22,000 Kia cars in Malaysia this year, up 87 per cent from 2009, he said. -- Bloomberg
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Old January 23rd, 2010, 04:08 PM   #116
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so dey gonna reveal the 100storey tower next month huh?? cant wait 4 dis.... hopfuly confirm!!
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Old January 23rd, 2010, 04:41 PM   #117
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Whoa check out that price tag,RM 6 bil,wonder whats in store
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It will take a long time before any thing tall can be built. Lotsa work needs to be done. I believe this whole development is planned to be built for many years.

The main factor that dictates the masterplan would be the demand and supply. For now (and 2 years down the road) KL has a good supply so the tall building doesnt make commercial sense.

I think revealing the masterplan and revealing the tall building is a separate matter.
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Old January 23rd, 2010, 04:51 PM   #119
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dis is a 15years project..... KLSentral also 15years rite???
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dis is a 15years project..... KLSentral also 15years rite???
wah 15 yearsss is a longgg time for me....
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