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Old March 20th, 2006, 08:54 AM   #81
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SEASONS SQUARE SHOPS, PETALING JAYA

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PJX set to be new landmark
Updated : 24-03-2006
Media : The Star
Story By : NICK LEONG



PETALING JAYA: Builder SBC Corp Bhd and partner H. M. Shah's Realty Sdn Bhd expect the new RM150mil PJ Exchange (PJX) to become an icon and the Klang Valley's most sought after office address.

SBC Corp managing director Sia Teong Heng said the 34-storey building, to be built near the Taman Jaya Putra LRT station near the Federal Highway, had already attracted leasing enquiries from local and international parties.

“Normally they will wait until the building is completed but we think there is pent-up demand for quality office. We are targeting aggressive new companies that are upgrading but we do not have many units to sell anyway because we are keeping 70% of the tower,” he said during a media briefing here yesterday.

Sia said PJX was a Grade A glass facade office tower with 300,000 square feet net of lettable space built on 2.31 acres.

“Quite simply, it is one of the most inspiring architectural approaches of our era. PJX will be one of the most desirable office suites in Petaling Jaya as well as the Klang Valley when completed in 2009,” he said.

Sia said the building, designed by ArchiCentre Sdn Bhd, combined contemporary design elements with modern architecture and world class finishing.

It features a three-level commercial podium housing large specialty shops, a highly advanced health club, recreational facilities, and a pool deck with food and beverage outlets.

Sia said SBC Corp, formerly known as Siah Brothers, built landmarks including the Empire Tower, Bank Negara building and the award-wining Menara Mesiniaga.

PJX is a joint-venture project between SBC Corp and Shah's Realty with the latter holding a 30% stake.
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interesting projects!! it seems like we have few project updates from PJ
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Old April 3rd, 2006, 08:39 AM   #85
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Glass tower with many facilities in PJ
Monday April 3, 2006




An artist’s impression of the PJ Exchange.



SBC Corporation Bhd’s role in dotting Petaling Jaya’s skyline with iconic landmarks for the past 50 years continues with their latest office tower known as PJ Exchange (PJX).

A 34-storey, design-led office tower with a north-south orientation built on 2.31 acres of land, PJX is designed by award-winning ArchiCentre Sdn Bhd.

It will comprise a six-storey podium of 26-level business suites and approximately 670 parking bays.

There will also be a three-level commercial podium housing large specialty shops, health club, recreational facilities, a pool deck with F&B outlets at the open podium level, and a bar and private dining facilities with a penthouse business and conference centre at the PJX sky lounge.

The building will be located next to the Federal Highway near the Taman Jaya Putra LRT Station.

“SBC has played an integral role in helping to shape the skyline of the Klang Valley as a builder and we are now excited about the first iconic glass tower in Petaling Jaya,” said SBC Corporation Bhd managing director Sia Teong Heng.

“With PJX’s high connectivity, PJX has a strategic location to both attract and retain a skilled workforce as well as being a highly desirable business venue.''

SBC brand communications consultant Stephen Hodgson revealed that the building has already attracted active leasing inquiries from international and overseas businesses, despite the lack of publicity on the project.

Partner in the PJX project is H.M. Shah Realty Sdn Bhd. The partnership is significant because both companies and the families behind them have a relationship that spans more than 50 years.

“It was 50 years ago that SBC built the first bowling alley in Petaling Jaya at the site where my father’s Shah Village Hotel is located now,” said H.M. Shah Realty director Shahrum Ali Shah.

Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo launched the project recently at Dataran Petaling Jaya. Guests were then treated to dinner at Shah Village Hotel.
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Old May 22nd, 2006, 10:12 AM   #86
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The changing face of Klang
Valley View by Brian Martin
Monday May 22, 2006
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DRIVING in to Klang via the Federal Highway, NKVE or Kesas, one can’t help but notice several multi-million ringgit development projects nearing completion.






An artist’s impression of the office and retail complex
called Centro that is scheduled to be completed in a year.





This resurgence in property projects has reversed the alarming trend in recent years of people moving out of the Royal Town for a better standard of living elsewhere – hardly surprising, because Klang has long been saddled with an image problem: dirty, traffic-congested and crime-ridden.

But there are encouraging signs that Klang is changing for the better.

Well-known property developer Datuk Teo Chiang Kok of the See Hoy Chan group is undertaking one of the biggest rehabilitation projects in the municipality.

He is turning an almost decade-old abandoned hotel project into a RM120mil, iconic and cutting-edge office and retail complex called Centro.

The 28-storey freehold office tower over a three-storey retail podium will be the tallest building in Klang and boast a million sq ft in built-up space. Work is going on at a feverish pace to complete the retail podium by this November and the office tower by May 2007.








Picturesque water fountains at
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Over at the southern part of the town, new housing estates have sprung up. Bandar Puteri, Bandar Botanic and Bandar Bukit Tinggi have provided Klangites with gated-community type homes on par with similar ones in Subang Jaya or Petaling Jaya.

Enroute to Port Klang, a new shopping centre – Harbour Place – is taking shape. Next to it the new Pantai Klang Medical Centre is nearing completion.

These and other projects have given Klang a new vibrancy.

With a host of highways connecting it to Shah Alam and other parts of the Klang Valley, a growing number of commuters have made the Royal Town their home. Many of them are not put off over the 30min-45min commute to Kuala Lumpur or Petaling Jaya.

For these people, the municipality’s reputation as a food haven and the relatively cheaper houses are a powerful enough incentive to make Klang their home.

It’s not all good news though. While the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) has shown vast improvement since Abdul Bakir Zin took over as president last year, much still needs to be done.

The township, including the famous Klang River, is still dirty. It’s no surprise that Klang has a reputation for being a crow’s town. With so much juicy garbage on offer, why should the crows leave?

The traffic is still horrendous, making driving into Klang’s central business district a daily chore.

A new traffic system needs to be implemented in this area, and Klang is badly in need of a third bridge connecting its northern and southern parts.

As far as serious crime is concerned, the police should intensify their efforts in ridding Klang of its gangster-infested areas. The crime rate in the municipality has dropped, and for that the police should be commended, but they need to remain vigilant because incidences of snatch thefts are still common.
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hey guys, have you guys heard of "troika"? a three-tower highrise residential project on 2.13 acres in Kuala Lumpur’s classy Jalan Binjai locale. Set adjacent to the prestigious Kuala Lumpur City Centre development that houses the Petronas Twin towers, the project, said to be worth more than RM500 million, will not only be BRDB’s flagship development but also the benchmark for high-end residential real estate in the country.

btw. anyone of you heard of the name "dato mohammed moiz" ???

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Old June 12th, 2006, 01:48 PM   #88
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I&P rancang projek peranginan dengan PNSB

Oleh AINUL ASNIERA AHSAN


KUALA LUMPUR 11 Jun - Island & Peninsular Bhd. (I&P) merancang melaksanakan projek pembangunan peranginan bernilai jutaan ringgit - Seri Morib, Selangor sini secara usaha sama dengan Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd. (PNSB), pada tahun ini

I&P merupakan antara syarikat pemaju hartanah terkemuka di negara ini dan kepentingannya dimiliki oleh Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB).

Pengarah Hartanah I&P, Datuk Roszali Othman yang enggan mengulas lanjut berkata, pembangunan itu melibatkan kawasan seluas 720 hektar untuk tempoh selama 15 hingga 20 tahun.

Beliau memberitahu, projek yang menyaksikan I&P memegang 70 peratus kepentingan dalam usaha sama itu dan bakinya 30 peratus PNSB, akan dilaksanakan mengikut keperluan pasaran.

Roszali juga berkata, I&P turut berminat untuk membangunkan rumah peranginan untuk korporat bagi kemudahan kakitangan mereka bercuti.

Selain projek yang dirancangkan itu, beliau menambah, I&P telahpun memiliki pusat peranginan Hotel Impiana Morib bersama PNSB.

Roszali berkata, pusat peranginan yang baru akan mempunyai 50 buah bilik biasa dan mewah serta kemudahan bermain golf.

‘‘Kami yakin projek peranginan itu bakal mendapat sambutan kerana lokasi berkenaan sesuai bagi mereka yang ingin lari daripada kesibukan kota.”

Katanya, sebelum ini I&P berpengalaman membina rumah peranginan korporat di Bukit Fraser.

Mengenai projek-projek rumah kediaman I&P, Roszali berkata, pihaknya akan melancarkan projek Alam Impian di Shah Alam yang dimajukan oleh anak syarikatnya, I&P Alam Impian Sdn. Bhd. pada bulan depan.

Katanya, projek yang bakal dibina di atas tapak seluas 572 hektar itu, akan membangunkan 12,000 buah rumah kediaman bagi menampung 60,000 penduduk.

‘‘Projek ini juga membabitkan pembangunan jangka panjang antara 15 hingga 20 tahun,” kata beliau.

Roszali berkata, I&P juga mendapat kelulusan membina unit kediaman berkembar dengan harga RM700,000 sebuah.

‘‘Walaupun harganya tinggi tetapi berdasarkan rekod I&P selama ini kami optimis projek Alam Impian akan mencatatkan jualan seperti projek-projek lain sebelum ini,” katanya.

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Wijaya set to secure RM1b Selangor infrastructure job
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June 13 2006
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Wijaya Baru Global deputy CEO Faizal Abdullah says it should finalise talks
on the project with the Selangor Government by the end of the year


TIMBER and medical firm Wijaya Baru Global Bhd (WBG) is set to secure a RM1 billion infrastructure project in Selangor soon through its 45 per cent associate, Wijaya Baru Sdn Bhd.

WBG deputy chief executive officer Faizal Abdullah said it should finalise talks on the project with the Selangor State Government by the end of the year.

"Our associate company should be the main contractor for the project. It's a big infrastructure project worth around RM1 billion. That's all I can say," he told reporters after WBG's shareholders' meeting in Petaling Jaya yesterday.

"Wijaya Baru is expected to continue contributing positively to our profit," Faizal added.

WBG chairman Datuk Abdul Azim Mohd Zabidi said Wijaya Baru had secured an extra RM700 million contract for the construction of the Port Klang Free Zone.

He said timber will continue to be the company's core business but its medical division, which accounted for just 3 per cent of its group revenue of RM73.8 million last year, should grow tenfold in the next three to five years.

WBG had spent RM100 million on Wiaya International Medical Centre in Petaling Jaya and is looking at expanding the facility it is now rented from a third party, Abdul Azim said.

The company also plans to finalise deals for the purchase of a medical centre in Kuala Lumpur by the year-end as well as the sale of expensive FDG (flouro deoxy glucose) to five medical centres.

Faizal noted that Wijaya medical centre is one of only two facilities in the country with the capability to produce FDG, which is used to detect cancer at an early stage.The other is Putrajaya Hospital.

FDG is produced by the company using its Cyclotron machine, and company executives said its FDG should cost at least 30 per cent less than the one sourced from Singapore.

Insiders said a dose of FDG could cost several hundred thousand ringgit.

Faizal said WBG will be buying a 62ha site in Pulau Indah in Klang for about RM130 million via a fund-raising exercise. The land will be developed into a free zone.

On its timber actitivies, Abdul Azim said WBG is seeking an extension of its timber concession from the Sarawak State Government.

"Our concession is going to expire in four years. We have applied for an extension. We are considering reforestration at the timber concession."
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Centro to give Klang a facelift
12-06-2006
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Centro

IT is going to cost the Centro Properties Group about RM80mil to complete an abandoned hotel project in Klang and turn it into a modern office cum retail complex called Centro.

The company belonging to well-known property developer Datuk Teo Chiang Kok expects to reap sales of RM120mil.

The 28-storey freehold office tower over a three-storey retail podium will be the tallest building in Klang boasting a million sq ft of built-up space. It is located at Jalan Batu Tiga Lama that fronts the Federal Highway.

The Centro is being sold in modules from 490 to 23,000 sq ft for an entire floor plate and boasts 300,000 sq ft of net saleable space with 700 covered parking bays in two basement levels, and another 100 bays for surface parking.

The retail podium is scheduled for completion this November and the office tower by May 2007.

Teo has done his homework well.

The rehabilitation process is not messy, as much of the building had been completed before it was stalled and inspections showed that the structure was sound. The hotel with corporate suites was never sold.

The new positioning also seems right. Instead of selling the retail lots, Teo is keeping all of them for rental purposes and also better management control.

To woo people to the complex, Centro will have a food and beverage strip with 15 outlets in an alfresco setting. This will also meet the growing demand for higher-end outlets that is lacking in Klang.

However, it is more than the profit margin that the veteran developer is looking at.

For him it is also a win-win situation for the Klang Municipal Council, which has been very co-operative, as reviving the abandon project will boost Klang's image.

As a director of See Hoy Chan Holdings Group and Bandar Utama City Centre Sdn Bhd, Teo has been shouldering the family business for years.

Now through the Centro Properties Group, he has paved the way for his children to follow in his footsteps. His very name carries weight on the project.

Many parents, especially businessmen, always harbour hopes of having one of their children become a doctor or a professional.

Perhaps it is the family environment that encourages and moulds the interest of the children to follow in their father's footsteps.

Similarly, as a property developer I guess this somehow could have kindled my children's interest in the field of property development, he said.

What words of advice would Teo give his children (two sons and a daughter)?

Reputation has to be earned and nurtured and they must build upon it all the time. This can only be accomplished by delivering on all our promises, he said.

Teo, 59, said it was his philosophy that one could be allowed to err in judgment once, but one must learn from it and should not repeat the same mistake.

Actually, there is no rocket-science formula in running a business. Many business decisions can be made through common sense or step-by-step elimination of options. I believe in the human spirit and the tenacity one can bring forth when confronted with a problem.

There is no short cut to experience which can only be accumulated through time and making judgemental decisions and of course, mistakes along the way,~{!1~} he added.

Teo wears many hats.

He is FIABCI Malaysia president (FIABCI is the French acronym for the International Real Estate Federation), Malaysian Association for Shopping and High-rise Complex Management (PPKM) advisor and the Associated Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Malaysia (ACCCIM) national council member.

He is also ACCCIM's Construction and Property Committee chairman and the Financial and Planning Committee and Asian Affairs Committee deputy chairman.

Does he plan to retire and what does he think of his work and social obligations?

I wish I can (retire). Work is not a burden so long as you enjoy what you are doing and believe in the objective.

My involvement in FIABCI, PPKM and ACCCIM are most fulfilling as these NGOs address problems and challenges facing the private sector, business conditions, the economy and our competitiveness in an increasingly globalised world, he said, adding that Centro Properties Group would embark on any viable project, be it a green field development, or rehabilitating abandoned projects.
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Hypermedia library for Bandar Puteri
Thursday June 22, 2006
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THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has signed on to a joint venture project with a company to build a hypermedia library for Puchong at a plot of land in Bandar Puteri. The land had been reserved for a council office.

Kinrara assemblyman Dr Kow Cheong Wei said the joint venture and the project had been endorsed by Selangor Government.

He added that the land status needed to be converted before work could start.

“Under the agreement, the company will build the library and in exchange will be allowed to build shop and business lots for sale at a 0.5ha plot of land,” said Dr Kow, who is also an MPSJ councillor.

The library will be scaled down from the original plans. MPSJ had in 2001 allocated RM12mil to build the largest library in the municipality. Work was scheduled to take off in 2002 in Pusat Bandar Puchong but was put off after Puchong residents expressed their view that the council was overspending on the project.

Puchong is the only one of three townships within the Subang Jaya municipality still without a hypermedia library.

The hypermedia library in USJ 9 opened its doors in 1999 while the one in Seri Kembangan began operating in 2001.

Dr Kow said the library was much needed in Puchong to meet the needs of the area’s rapidly growing population.

He said the planned hypermedia library would offer Internet access and computer or web games, adding that the services would be monitored closely to ensure that users did not visit sites containing pornography or excessive violence.

He said there would be staff to teach visitors how to use the computers and surf the Internet.

Dr Kow added that with the hypermedia library, residents would be able to send their children there without worries and return later to pick them up.
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Crest Builder confident of getting govt complex job

KUALA LUMPUR: Crest Builder Holdings Bhd expects the outcome of its proposal for the construction of government complexes under the private finance initiative (PFI) to be announced soon.

PFI is the Ninth Malaysia Plan’s novel system that sees private companies playing a bigger role in financing and running privatised public-sector projects.

Managing director Yong Soon Chow said Crest Builder was optimistic of securing the project, worth about RM250mil.

“For this year, our focus would continue to be on our core business, which is construction,” he told reporters after the company AGM yesterday.


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Yong said Crest Builder was expecting a “significant” contribution to the company’s bottom line for the financial year ending Dec 31 from its 3 2 Square project.

3 2 Square is a commercial hub comprising 199 office suites and 38 retail units in Petaling Jaya. It is slated for completion by the first quarter of 2007.

To be launched next month, the project has a gross development value of RM250mil. The commercial lots are priced between RM472,000 and RM700,000 per unit.

Yong added that to-date, the company had a current order book of RM730mil.

On overseas plans, he said the group was exploring opportunities in the Middle East, India and Thailand. “We are always on the lookout for the right projects,” he said, adding that for now, nothing has firmed up.

Crest Builder recorded a net profit of RM12.2mil on revenue of RM249.6mil for 2005. “In terms of financial performance, we expect to perform better this year,” Yong said.
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There's a new billboard just right in front of that empty plot of land situated next to Damansara Intan. Do look out for it. And the good news is... the Dijaya Mall project won't be scrapped off. Infact, the developer, Dijaya Corporation Berhad has decided to activate the said project with a fresh new approach.

Called Tropicana City; a multi-use commercial development consists of Tropicana Mall (which will be anchored by Carrefour - yeap, it's confirmed!), two blocks of stylish designer suites known as "The Tropics" and a signature office tower. If you have noticed, construction has commenced and expected to be completed by 2008.

No worries bout traffic congestion either for Dijaya has mapped out four separate entrance and exit points (yup, new flyover will be constructed), dedicated driveway and parking floors also ensure hassle-free parking thus avoiding back-lock during peak hours.

For more information, check out Dijaya's website at www.dijaya.com.my.

For those interested in "The Tropics", you may also sign-up/register on the website. Get the privilege of being the first few to view the show unit and enjoy an early bird discount.

By the way, another new interesting property to look out for within the vicinity is Casa Suites @ Damansara Intan. Freehold, serviced apartment, priced from RM190k.
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Anybody knows the illustration or write up about this - One Utama Phase 3 (hotel and office tower) that's still under construction?
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Go to www.wct.com.my, and look at their new projects for Bukit Tinggi, Klang and Kelana Jaya, PJ. Especially the Kelana Jaya one, you'll be shocked
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New condo in SS2
Updated : 03-02-2007
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Story By : THEAN LEE CHENG


SELANGOR Dredging Bhd (SDB) managing director Teh Lip Kim had a surprise at the unveiling of Ameera Residences, a condominium development in Jalan SS2/72, Petaling Jaya.

She and her staff were expecting 650 people to turn up on Jan 21 but 1,000 came on the Sunday and about 30% sales were generated. The location has much to do with it. SS2, is after all, an established area.

Says Teh: They were not looking at the units which cost RM300,000, but the larger ones in the half a million ringgit region.

Ameera Residences is part of an 11-acre freehold development by SDB SS2 Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of SDB Properties Sdn Bhd. Phase one, or Ameera, comprises 290 units of low-rise and high-rise blocks over three acres (density ratio: 96 units to an acre). In terms of the overall exterior, Ameera remains essentially Park 19, the project by Luxor Properties Sdn Bhd put out on the market several years ago, with some enhancements. It will be next to Ken III, with phase two sandwiched between Ameera and Jasmine Towers.

Phase two will be launched later this or early next year. Although the local authorities have given approval for 500 units to sit on the adjacent five-acre plot, Teh says the density may be reduced judging from the popularity of the larger units. Both projects will be by the group but will have separate building management committees.

Behind phase one and two flows Sungai Penchala and across it will be a commercial development on a three-acre site comprising three blocks of several storeys.

Teh's plan is to transform this 11 acres, one of Petaling Jaya's largest piece of land, into an urban community with conveniences and basic amenities within walking distance. None of the three commercial blocks, with a total 400,000 sq ft to 450,000 sq ft of space, will be for sale.

Although the master plan for the 11 acres is on display at the site, Teh says phase two will be more linear with a lot more open space. Maintenance, inclusive of sinking fund charges, is at 20 sen per sq ft for Ameera which will come with the usual condominium facilities like pool and security.

There is bound to be comparison between Ameera and Sinaran TTDI, at the former Damansara West Point club, in Taman Tun Dr Ismail among buyers.

Both are 30-storey high and are in established and convenient locations not too far from each other. Sinaran has easy access to all the main highways like Sprint Highway, North Klang Valley Expressway, Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong and Penchala Link, while Ameera¡¦s road network will be improved with Jalan Harapan punching out to Sprint later on. Ameera averages around RM300 per sq ft while Sinaran, RM350 per sq ft, has 250 units on 2.3 acres.

The type of niche lifestyle homes generated by the SDB group these several years has been exciting for property watchers and exhilarating for Teh herself. The company started out as a tin mining company decades ago before branching out, and subsequently, divesting its manufacturing business and focusing on property development.

Last year, property accounted for more than 80% of its total group revenue. It will eventually account for 90% to 95%, says Teh.

SDB will be offering properties worth a total of RM1bil between this year and the next.

For many years, the company has kept a low profile. But because it is building its brand now, it is no longer shunning publicity.

¡§We will do what we can to the best of our ability, says Teh, whose company will be among the first to offer a 36-month liability period irrespective of whether it is a first or secondary buyer. Most developers offer only an 18-month liability period.

The company is only going for niche lifestyle development. Its first was Aman Sari, comprising semi-detached homes and bungalows in a guarded development, which set a new benchmark in the Kinrara area.

Then came high-rise Park Seven in the KLCC vicinity in 2004. 20trees in Melawati will be officially launched about the middle of this year. The landed strata development overlooks the Melawati Ridge and will be something both new and exciting for the company and property buyers. The project calls for the creation of a totally new environment, with lots of trees and ambience. It will have 20 landscaped environments and gardens existing with 83 landed and 118 apartment units.

It has yet to unveil 21 bungalow units in Damansara Heights near the Securities Commission area. This it will do next year. This will be keenly watched as well as this locality is one of Klang Valley's most prestigious suburbs.

Eventually, the company aims to go regional, starting with Singapore where it will be developing 25 to 27 condominium units on a plot of less than half an acre. The objective is to familiarise itself with development projects in Singapore.

Vietnam is so hot but the legal system is not there yet. Singapore is more transparent, and Australia and Thailand are possibilities.

We started in 2003 when I began to see the attraction of this sector. I am happy with what we have achieved thus far but that does not mean I am going to rest on my laurels. I have always like to do something different and appealing by way of housing and this, Ameera, is just the beginning of something that will lift up this area further, says Teh.
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