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Old January 7th, 2013, 04:44 AM   #1
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shopping mall with 3-4 midrise soho/office blocks(15-20storey)
TRIO consists of:-
- Phase 1: 4storey shop-office
- Phase 2: SOVO, Retail podium.
- Phase 3: Shopping Mall, SOHO, Hotel.
- Theme Park Adventure Land

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Where is this located in Shah Alam? which section?
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Old January 7th, 2013, 05:51 AM   #3
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By the side of the ELITE ramp. Big empty land before MSU. Opposite NSTP. Opposite before Puncak Niaga/Stadium/Giant.
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Old December 20th, 2013, 08:55 AM   #4
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any update with this project
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Old February 25th, 2014, 06:28 PM   #5
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Titijaya lines up 2 launches in Q1 2014




Posted on 11 November 2013 - 05:37am
Last updated on 12 November 2013 - 03:06pm

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PETALING JAYA (Nov 11, 2013): Property developer Titijaya Land Bhd, which is launching the prospectus for its initial public offering (IPO) today, will launch two new projects worth a combined gross development value (GDV) of RM780 million in Selangor in the first quarter of next year.

Its COO Lim Poh Yit (pix) said groundwork on the [email protected] Damansara mixed development, valued at some RM570 million, is expected to begin in the middle of next year, while that on the smaller RM210 million [email protected] Heights residential project in Ulu Kelang has started in the third quarter of this year.

"These projects are slated to be completed in three to five years," Lim told SunBiz in an interview.

Under the concept of an "aquatic" environment, H2O is a gated and guarded serviced apartment that spans 6.04 acres of freehold land.

Embun, meanwhile, features three-storey semi-detached houses and four-storey courtyard villas.

Lim said H2O and Embun will bump up the GDV of the group's projects to RM3.3 billion.

"Our biggest project to date is the RM1.5 billion integrated development in Shah Alam, which comprises retail space, office units and serviced apartments. This is followed by Klang Sentral Service Apartment, which is valued at RM700 million," he added.

Titijaya Land also plans to launch the subsequent phases of its Seri Alam Industrial Park, the Zone Innovation [email protected] Sungai Kapar Indah and the Mutiara Point Business Park developments in later stages, said Lim.

On-going projects under Titijaya Land's portfolio currently have a total GDV of some RM1.08 billion, namely Subang Parkhomes and the current phases of Seri Alam Industrial Park and the Zone Innovation Park.

Titijaya's IPO, which is due to list on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia this month, comprises a public issue of 81.7 million new shares and an offer for sale of 49.5 million existing shares.

For financial year ended June 30, 2013 (FY13), Titijaya Land posted a 53% increase in net profit to RM52.2 million from RM34.1 million a year ago, while revenue rose 64% to RM193.8 million from RM118 million respectively in FY12.

Founded by Lim's father Tan Sri Lim Soon Peng, who is Titijaya Land group managing director, the Klang Valley-centric property group has developed over 3,000 units of properties with a total GDV of RM1.14 billion since 2001 up to September 2013.

Lim said together with his father and sister Charmaine Lim Puay Fung, who is involved in the sales and marketing of the group, the family will continue to spearhead and determine the course of Titijaya Land despite the Lim family's shareholding in the group being reduced to 61.4% post-IPO from 100% currently.

"The soul is still the same, as we're still doing property development. But we do expect some changes coming in after Titijaya Land goes public in terms of some newer ways of doing things," said Lim.

He acknowledged that the management team of Titijaya Land is young, but that this enables it to contribute fresher ideas, which will be backed by the founder's experience.

"My father emphasises a lot on the concepts. He always pushes us hard to find ways to add value to our property buyers, and he certainly shown us the importance of being hardworking and building trust in doing business," said Lim.

On the recent revision of the real property gains tax (RPGT) rates and the increased threshold of RM1 million for foreign buyers announced in Budget 2014, Lim said the upward revision in RPGT and the prohibition of development projects that feature developer interest bearing scheme may have a short term impact on the group's financial performance.

Lim also believes that property prices in the local market will continue to escalate, mainly due to the cost push factors such as the shortage of workers following more construction projects and infrastructure works, while the cost of construction materials may be pushed up after the implementation of the goods and services tax in April 2015.


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Old February 26th, 2014, 07:40 AM   #6
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launching soon with new design

2 Blocks of Serviced Apartment
1 Block of Office
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2 Blocks of Serviced Apartment
1 Block of Office
1 Block of Hotel
Shopping Mall

source: titijaya presentation
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project has been rename to EMPORIA
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Old November 26th, 2015, 06:19 AM   #15
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this mall will surely fail if they go on with the mall plans.. shah alam has only space fr future aeon shah alam & i city with smaller retail malls like radia BJ & ttdi gateway maybe having a small chance of survival..
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Citadines Montfort Shah Alam
https://www.citadines.com/en/malaysi...shah-alam.html

Slated to open in 2027, Citadines Montfort Shah Alam is designed to offer global travellers a respite in the culture-rich city of Malaysia’s Shah Alam. The apart’hotel is located within Montfort, a mixed-use development that is part of one of the largest shopping malls in the vicinity. The serviced residence is also a quick drive away from the Subang Airport, Shah Alam Stadium, and industrial estates and business parks such as the Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park.

The state capital of Selangor, which means “Abode of Sincerity" in Arabic, Shah Alam is decisively rich in its culture. One of the city’s proudest features is the exceptional Blue Mosque, the largest mosque in the state and also the state mosque of Selangor for good reason. It is said that on a clear day, the mosque can be seen from Kuala Lumpur. The architectural design of Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque is a combination of the Malay and Modernist styles, and the building has the capacity to accommodate 24,000 worshipers at any time.
After a visit or quick walk around the Shah Alam Stadium, have fun with the whole family or your group of friends at the nearby Go-Kar Shah Alam. Race against each other for an exhilarating afternoon full of fun and laughter.

A delicious meal awaits you at any of the local eateries to restore energy from a whole day of adventure. From flavourful home-style foods like curry noodles with crab and lamb shank marinated in a thick savoury sauce, to cafés and Western food, this area offers a wonderful variety.

To delve even deeper into the city’s history and cultural roots, one ought to make a trip to the Muzium Sultan Alam Shah, the biggest museum in the State of Selangor, where visitors can take a peek into Selangor’s past.
At the end of a long day in Shah Alam, return to the Citadines residence for a proper rest to rejuvenate yourself. Citadines Montfort Shah Alam is fitted with serviced apartments of various sizes to cater to our guests’ every need, alongside a multitude of on-site amenities.
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