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ECO BUSINESS PARK KUALA LUMPUR (Q4 2012)
Website: http://www.ekovest.com.my/properties_ebp.html

















Eco Business Park is a state of the art eco-friendly mixed development commercial hub located right next to Jalan Cheras. Located 9KM away from KLCC, the development is considered just outside the city centre which makes it ideal for daily commute and is close enough to the city centre for business. The new Cheras MRT station will be right at your door step, making every day business thrive and commute in the city a breeze. With Tesco, Leisure Mall just a stone’s throw away, Eco Business Park boost a perfect starting place for young entrepreneurs and families likewise. With two distinctive twin towers and a sky bridge spanning across the top floors, Eco Business Park aims to be the icon in Cheras. Within Eco Business Park there are 63 units of four to six storey shop offices, one 15 storey office plus showroom tower, approximately 1800 units in 2 towers of SOHO and two towers of serviced apartments. Food and Beverage outlets on the lower levels will provide convenience to the office dwellers and residents in the apartments. Since trees and gardens are crucial but rare in the city, Eco Business Park will be incorporated with a green linear park and sky gardens. The green linear park will span the front length of the whole development and separates the hustle and bustle of city life of Jalan Cheras and the development with green Lush Park where the public can enjoy. Big open courtyards at the commercial area with greenery and water features bring in natural lighting and ventilation. In fact, Eco Business Park is going to be the new exiting lifestyle landmark for Cheras as there is no other similar development nearby.
 

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Nice. Noticed that they used actual brands on their renderings.

One thing though. There are more and more skyscrapers in KL with skybridges. I think we need something new
 

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Property development to keep Ekovest busy next year

Posted on December 22, 2012- Property News.

KUALA LUMPUR: Ekovest Bhd expects its property development division to keep the company busy next year with three main projects to be launched in the Klang Valley.

Ekovest’s principal business activities are the provision of civil engineering services, building works and investment holding.

Its managing director, Lim Keng Cheng, said the three main projects, the Eco Business Park in Cheras, The [email protected] Bund in Setapak and Menara Titiwangsa in Kuala Lumpur, had a gross development value of RM4.8bil.


He said given the existing robust property market in the Klang Valley, the property development activities were expected to contribute positively to the group’s performance.

“We’ve just set up the property development division. As our company’s financial ended June 30, 2012, we expect the division to start contributing to the company’s revenue by financial year 2014,” he said.

Lim said the company’s construction projects in the Iskandar region were ongoing and were expected to be completed by the end of the current financial year.

“We are cautiously optimistic that with the long-term presence in the Iskandar region and the coming on stream of various mega projects under the Economic Transformation Programme, the group would be able to secure construction works from both private and government sectors,” Lim said. — Bernama


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Ekovest plans new development projects worth RM2b



By Shalini Kumar of theedgemalaysia.com
Wednesday, 17 April 2013 16:04


KUALA LUMPUR (Apr 17): Ekovest Bhd is planning to develop and construct projects across the Greater KL area over the next 2-3 years, which will have a gross development value (GDV) of almost RM2 billion.


The projects are slated to be complete by 2017.


Ekovest's managing director Lim Keng Cheng said one of the developments, named EkoCheras, would have a GDV of RM1.6 billion.


"We plan on launching EkoCheras by the third quarter of this year. Another project of ours - EkoSetapak - will be launched in 2014," he said, speaking to press after the group's extraordinary meeting today.

Ekovest's current orderbook stands at about RM400 million.


The group also has a landbank of about 30 acres in Kuala Lumpur and 25 acres in Johor's Danga Bay area.

"Currently we have no plans on doing anything with our Johor landbank. We prefer to keep it as a reserve," said Lim.

http://www.theedgeproperty.com/news...lans-new-development-projects-worth-rm2b.html
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EKOCHERAS
from https://www.facebook.com/groups/115179435202482



All duplex SoHo. From 762 sf (various sizes) and from RM470,900+ onwards. Priced with no DIBS but with optional DIBS comes with top-up roughly 7.6%. No free SPA and stamp duty. Freehold. Mixed integrated development along Jalan Cheras. Connected walkway to Leisure Mall MRT station. Developer is Ekovest Berhad. Preview begins 6 September. No brochure and advertising materials as of 7 September 2013.


(Picture) Block J - left 8 units as of 6.01PM today - Block J has discount.



(Picture) Block H - left several units as of 6.01PM today - Block H has no discount.





from propcafe yesterday










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