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Old December 31st, 2007, 04:58 PM   #981
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The Gardens

I went there today.I felt very poor and left

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Happy New Year 2008

Some shots of Mid Valley Fireworks, it is so so only the fireworks from Merdeka Square distant away is much nicer. I suppose to watch the fireworks display from Bukit Pantai which offer great view of city skyline and Mid Valley City, but it was raining plus the place is a bit secluded.



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Old December 31st, 2007, 09:33 PM   #983
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Old January 1st, 2008, 05:43 PM   #985
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I can even see Sentral One (Lot N) and Susana Sentral Loft in the last one!
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Old January 1st, 2008, 05:58 PM   #986
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Old January 1st, 2008, 06:07 PM   #987
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that is one awesome shot, different angle and captures Sentral cluster, good job buddy!
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Old January 10th, 2008, 08:04 AM   #989
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Can anyone here do some bit summary of the boutiques there? How is the Fred Perry store? Got special edition polo tees ar?
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Old January 13th, 2008, 01:58 PM   #993
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Can anyone here do some bit summary of the boutiques there? How is the Fred Perry store? Got special edition polo tees ar?
working on that pretty soon... list will be something like pavilion's... ppl pls contribute what boutiques u seen there?
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I tot i have post the gardens store directory already?
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Old January 13th, 2008, 02:35 PM   #995
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I think it was somewhere in the middle of this thread... I dunno...
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Old January 14th, 2008, 03:44 AM   #998
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More high-end projects in pipeline in the vicinity of KLCC

HAVING carved a niche in the luxury condominium market in Kuala Lumpur, Tan & Tan Developments Bhd is setting its sights on the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) area.

With its first project in the KLCC vicinity scheduled to roll out next year, the company is already making efforts to expand its landbank to have a bigger presence in the highly sought-after location.

Tan & Tan has a few parcels of land in the vicinity of KLCC and is looking to acquire more land and team up with other landowners for more signature projects in the area.

According to executive director Teh Boon Ghee, the tendering process for some parcels of the KLCC land is now underway.

The first project to kick off will be the 6 Stonor in Jalan Stonor, Kuala Lumpur. The project is slated for launch next year, with completion in three years.

The company has been granted approval for a 30-storey condominium block, and the project design and planning are currently in progress.

Teh said the 106 units of upmarket condominium would have built-up areas of between 2,800 and 8,000 sq ft with a tentative price of RM1,200 per sq ft.

“We want to do something more iconic and different for 6 Stonor to add value to the architecture landscape of the KLCC neighbourhood. The location is also splendid, and it will have Park 7 and Stonor Park as its neighbours,” he added.

Since pioneering the development of the first condominium project in the country (Desa Kudalari) in the early '80s, Tan & Tan has become one of the more well regarded names in the luxury condo market.

“Over the years we have been one of the leading property players in the Kuala Lumpur city area. The company's prime focus will remain within the city, and a number of new developments are in the pipeline for launch this year,” Teh said.

Among its list of successful condominium projects are One Jelatek, U-Thant Residence, Northpoint, Cendana and Hampshire Park.

One Jelatek, located close to the KLCC enclave, comprises a 20-storey block of 90 condominiums worth a gross development value of RM62mil.

The residences, with built-up areas of 1,327 sq ft to 1,649 sq ft, are priced from RM595,000 to RM1.7mil.

U-Thant Residence, located within the city's Embassy Row enclave, comprises three blocks of six and 10 storeys with 77 residences. The units of 2,400 to 6,800 sq ft are priced from RM2.1mil to RM4.55mil.

Cendana, along Jalan Sultan Ismail, comprises 152 condominiums of 1,900 to 5,000 sq ft priced from RM1.4mil to RM3.57mil, while the 437 condominiums in Seri Maya, Savanna, are priced from RM291,000 to RM794,000.

Meanwhile, projects in the pipeline include 20 Ampang Hilir - a 10-storey low density luxury condominium project worth a GDV of RM80mil; 3 Desa Pandan - an upper-medium service residences of 218 units overlooking KLCC and Royal Selangor Golf Club; and the proposed Mid Valley phase three comprising two 50-storey residential skyscrapers in Mid Valley City.
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Oh sorry wat i meant was a report of what could or couldnt be found in the boutiques.
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Malaysian Business magazine on Mid Valley Gardens
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A working, living and shopping splendour by Cheah Chor Sooi

Located at the fringe of Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, Mid Valley City is on the verge of completing Phase Two of it’s development master plan with delivery of The Gardens.

The Mid Valley City enclave has evolved into a complete site for working, living and shopping with the launch of two landmark office towers - The Gardens North and South Towers. Anchored by The Gardens Galleria, a high-end shopping gallery, each of the two 32-storey towers offers 500,000 sq ft of gross lettable area - by far one of the largest spaces offered by any office building in the country.

By blending art, architecture, gardens and culture, these towers are intended to be hallmarks of a new architecture for a new century. More than just meeting place for Klang Valley, they will be centrepieces and symbols of the robust vitality of Malaysia’s cosmopolitan and multi-cultural society.

The launch of these two new office towers has propelled property developer IGB Corporation Bhd into the largest owner and manager of commercial properties in Malaysia. ‘This additional one million sq feet of space will boost IGB’s total office portfolio to over four million sq feet making it Malaysia’s largest property owner and manager of commercial properties,’ Anthony P. Barragry, Executive Director of Mid Valley City Developments Sdn Bhd, tells Malaysian Business.

And the prospect of hitting the jackpot couldn’t be brighter given there has been an increasing demand for prime office space in the heart of the Federal capital.

‘This is our first Grade A building. Come 2008, IGB will be the only developer to offer two Grade A buildings in the market,’ says Barragry. ‘There are currently some new offices under construction, mostly in the Petaling Jaya district, but these are not Grade A office buildings and completion is only due by 2009/2010.’

In the commercial office sector, IGB has made its mark developing and managing high-occupancy landmark properties in Kuala Lumpur such as Menara IGB, Centrepoint North & South, Boulevard Offices, Northpoint, Menara Tan & Tan, Ampwalk and Plaza Permata.

Inspiration

The Gardens’ drew inspiration from Malaysia’s rich heritage of arts, crafts, ceremonial dress, flora and myths. The architecture and civic art of The Gardens North and South Towers will be anchored firmly in the ethos of Malaysia. By blending art, architecture, gardens and cultures, these towers are poised to become hallmarks of a new architecture for a new century.

Due for completion by June 2008, the North Tower commands the north of The Gardens. Inspired by Malaysia’s splendid legacy of woven crafts, its grand lobby will offer some of the finest meeting spaces in Kuala Lumpur, lavishing guests, tenants and clients with unprecedented comfort and gracious hospitality.

Standing at the south of The Gardens, the South Tower is inspired by Malaysia’s rich timber forest. Its magnificent lobby will provide 21st century chambers of commerce to celebrate the robust vitality of doing business in Kuala Lumpur. Expected to be ready by end-2007, one of the anchor tenants in the South Towers will be IGB - the owner - who will relocate its head office to occupy five floors of the tower. Other potential tenants include multinationals and various large and medium-sized corporations.

The towers’ office floor plans are the largest and most efficient for a Grade A building in the region. Boasting an impressive 12.5-metre core to glass and a density as high as one person per 100 square feet, their unique triangular-shaped floor plans also mean that they are able to offer the highest percentage of views of any office building in the region.

History

In the mid-1990s, IGB conceived and undertook to develop a 20-hectare site along the Klang River as a one-stop destination for shopping, dining, business and leisure on the fringe of the city. Starting first with the opening of Megamall in 1999, Mid Valley City has since been enhanced by the addition of Cititel (hotel), Boulevard Hotel, Boulevard Offices, Menara IGB, Nortpoint, and Centrepoint North & South.

The master plan for Phase One of Mid Valley City’s development was conceptualised by Arkitek Jururancang (M) Sdn Bhd. On a larger picture, the four-phase development of the 20-ha site is the undertaking of IGB in collaboration with Mid Valley City’s nonequity joint venture partner, Kuala Lumpur City Hall.

‘The Mid Valley City project took off in 1995 from what used to be an urban waste land with pockets of squatters. Its transformation into a vibrant modern city within a city attests how developing countries can utilise their land assets to regenerate wealth and prosperity,’ rationalises Barragry, an architect by training, who was involved in the development of the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) and Dayabumi projects in the early and mid-1980s.

Served by one light rail transit (Abdullah Hukum Kelana Jaya Line station), two railway lines (Mid Valley KTM Komuter station) and five regional road systems, Mid Valley City is today a major nodal point in Kuala Lumpur’s urban framework - drawing over 30 million visitors annually.

As the next phase of Mid Valley City, The Gardens will contribute another six million sq ft of mixed-use development with a gross development value of RM2 billion. Plazas, podiums, gardens and terraces will be assembled to create an unusual composition of forms and uses in one place, offering over 200 exclusive lifestyle shops, 28 restaurants and cafŽs, two luxury office towers (The Gardens North and South Towers), a five-star hotel (440-room The Gardens Hotel) and an all-suite hotel (207-suite The Gardens Residences).

The Gardens Residences was targeted for completion in the first quarter of 2008 and The Gardens Hotel would be open by the end of next year.

‘The Gardens’ basic concept was conceived in 2001 as a 21st century work environinent by leveraging on architecture to empower the worlforce and in wealth creation,’ explains Barragry.

Upon full completion, Mid Valley City - on a daily basis - is poised to be a captive area for 50,000 workers and residents, and some 100,000 shoppers - living up to its primary objective of selfsustaining and vibrant locale to work, live and shop.

In the words of Eric R. Kuhne, a world renowned architect who is the concept designer for The Gardens, what distinguishes The Gardens is the intricate balance of retail, leisure and cultural authenticity combined with the hospitality of the hotel industry to create a new concept for guests. ‘Gardens, restaurants, entertainment, galleries, meeting rooms, exhibition space, offices, hotels and apartments are all completely integrated into a seamless experience,’ envisages Kuhne.

Future

So what does the future hold for Mid Valley City with the latest spate of development? Barragry, for one, is confident that the The Gardens North and South office towers are capable of fetching a premium-leasing rate in excess of RM5 per sq ft.

‘The take-up rate of office units in central KL is running at 95%, KL Sentral vicinity at above 85% while the Bangsar and Damansara districts are enjoying 80% to 90%,’ says Barragry. ‘Enquiries have started to pour in and we’re bullish after our initial discussions with leading companies.’

With the completion of the North and South Towers, there is still a "final piece" left the Mid Valley City. At the southern tip of Mid Valley City is the last undeveloped plot of 0.8-ha on Parcel Three that has been planned for a mixed development. Boasting 1.7 million sq ft of space, it will comprise 400 upmarket residences in two-tower blocks and a high-end retail component.

Barragry expects construction to kick off in the first quarter Of 2008 with the project due for completion in two-and-a-half years.
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