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Tamansari
Asie Sdn Bhd is developing Riverside Garden City, a major urban regeneration project in the inner city of Kuala Lumpur popularly known as the Pekeliling Flats Area. Riverside Garden City is located on the nothern city limits of Kuala Lumpur. It sits strategically at the crossroads of Jalan Tun Razak, Jalan Pahang and the Gombak River



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Encouraged by forward-thinking transit-oriented development, ASIE is building a new community along the existing transportation corridors of Jalan Tun Razak , Kuala Lumpur.

From Tamansari you will have sweeping vistas of the KL Skyline, including the KLCC and KL Tower to the south and the green Titiwangsa range to the north. Nestled between the cultural row of the National Theatre, The National Gallery and the National Library, and distinguished medical facilities like the National Heart Institute as well as the exclusive residential areas of Kenny Hills and Bukit Tunku, Tamansari is well-poised as your new home in the city.



Titiwangsa Interchage Station
Titiwangsa refers to is an interchange of two train stations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia that provides services to the Ampang Line rapid transit system (formerly known as STAR, and the Ampang and Sri Petaling Lines) at one station, and the Kuala Lumpur Monorail (KL Monorail) at another. Situated at Tun Razak Road (Malay: Jalan Tun Razak) in the district of Titiwangsa, just beside the Pekeliling Flats, the stations are also located close to the Gombak River, as well as an adjoining bus station.
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Asie: RM4.77b GDV for Taman Sari waterfront city project
By Zuraimi Abdullah Published: 2009/07/24

The first phase of an ambitious Taman Sari waterfront city project at the former Pekeliling flats area in Kuala Lumpur is expected to generate RM4.77 billion in gross development value (GDV), its owner said.

The owner, Asie Sdn Bhd, expects to spend nearly RM1.5 billion to develop the phase, which will include a centrepiece 60-storey revolving tower costing RM1.1 billion.

Asie chairman Datuk Khalil Akasah said works on the first four parcels sprawling 3.24ha should start in early September, with the entire first phase expected to be completed in 48 months.

The whole project itself, encompassing 24 parcels on 23.08ha at the intersection of Jalan Pahang and Jalan Tun Razak, should be fully developed in seven to 10 years.

"We will work on parcel K first. After six months, parcels X and L will be simultaneously launched. The following six months, we will launch parcel M, which will boast the 60-storey revolving tower.

"Each parcel should take about 36 months to complete," Khalil told reporters after signing an agreement with Thailand's CH Prosper Co Ltd in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Prior to this, Asie has tied up with another Thai firm, Saha Regal Best Co Ltd, to provide some funds for the project.

The latter will also own a 20 per cent share in the joint-venture company, Taman Sari Development Corp, which was set up to develop the project.

Other Thai investors in the project include Virginia Corp and Islamic Bank of Thailand.

A RM417 million loan has been secured from Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Bhd, while some other fundings came from the sale of condominium units under parcel K, Khalil said.

"We have sold 30 per cent of the 178 units of condominiums under parcel K," he added.

Asie won a 99-year concession about 10 years ago to redevelop the one-room Pekeliling flats area built in the 1970s. In return, it will provide new houses for the affected owners at new locations.

The company had so far built about 3,000 units, or 40 per cent of the total houses required, costing RM150 million.

Parcel M with the unique tower, will be built on the banks of the Gombak River. Other parcels within the Taman Sari project will include hotels, condominiums, office and commercial blocks, government and public housing and a medical centre.

Asie is controlled by Khalil, who was an aide to the late Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, Malaysia's second prime minister.
 

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Asie Sdn Bhd is developing Riverside Garden City, a major urban regeneration project in the inner city of Kuala Lumpur popularly known as the Pekeliling Flats Area. Riverside Garden City is located on the nothern city limits of Kuala Lumpur. It sits strategically at the crossroads of Jalan Tun Razak, Jalan Pahang and the Gombak River
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Tamansari To See Capital Appreciation Of More Than 10 Pct
July 29 2009

KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 (Bernama) -- The TamanSari Project which involves redevelopment of the former site of the Pekeliling Flats in Jalan Tun Razak, will see capital appreciation of more than 10 percent in the next two to two and a half years.

Project owner Asie Sdn Bhd's chairman Datuk Abdul Khalil Akasah said the normal appreciation value would go above 10 percent after two-third's completion.

"We hope that the site will be cleared by the end of this year and the foundation completed by March," he told reporters at a luncheon here Wednesday.

A revolving tower, is the iconic feature of the first phase of the project, which is tipped to be another unique architectural development in Kuala Lumpur.

The project is to be developed by Taman Sari Development Corp, a joint venture company with Asie having a 20 percent stake.

The first phase of the TamanSari project which covers 3.754 hectares includes the development of the 60-storey revolving tower, 242 units of service apartments and a four-storey transportation plaza podium connected to a transportation hub.

Beside the revolving tower, another unique aspect of this project is the buildings, that would be developed to withstand earthquakes.

The planning of TamanSari or the Riverside Garden City is by renowned town-planner, Goh Hock Guan and Associates (GHG).The company was also behind the development of Kuala Lumpur's first hotel, the Federal Hotel.

According to GHG principal Goh Hock Guan, the concept and system of the revolving tower is new, and is expected to be patented.

"Besides that, the building will be specially designed to resist earthquakes of up to a magnitude of 9.2 on the Richter scale.

"For this purpose, the company has already assigned a specialist in earthquake design to the project," he stated.

GHG will also implement an environmentaly friendly design, in support of green technology in the country.

Residential units will be up for sale by early next year.

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TAMAN SARI DEVELOPMENT

IS THERE ANYBODY KNOW THE ADDRESS AND TEL # OF DEVELOPER OF TAMAN SARI DEVELOPEMT CORP..................
 

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That site is actually not much detail of rendering but still got many concept of development!
Here we go: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=353924 >> This thread will update another highrises around there! :)

But this thread is actually created only for 60-storey revolving tower and seems like it is the major development in parcel M as its masterplan!

Asie: RM4.77b GDV for Taman Sari waterfront city project
By Zuraimi Abdullah Published: 2009/07/24

The first phase of an ambitious Taman Sari waterfront city project at the former Pekeliling flats area in Kuala Lumpur is expected to generate RM4.77 billion in gross development value (GDV), its owner said.

The owner, Asie Sdn Bhd, expects to spend nearly RM1.5 billion to develop the phase, which will include a centrepiece 60-storey revolving tower costing RM1.1 billion.

Asie chairman Datuk Khalil Akasah said works on the first four parcels sprawling 3.24ha should start in early September, with the entire first phase expected to be completed in 48 months.

The whole project itself, encompassing 24 parcels on 23.08ha at the intersection of Jalan Pahang and Jalan Tun Razak, should be fully developed in seven to 10 years.

"We will work on parcel K first. After six months, parcels X and L will be simultaneously launched. The following six months, we will launch parcel M, which will boast the 60-storey revolving tower.

"Each parcel should take about 36 months to complete," Khalil told reporters after signing an agreement with Thailand's CH Prosper Co Ltd in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Prior to this, Asie has tied up with another Thai firm, Saha Regal Best Co Ltd, to provide some funds for the project.

The latter will also own a 20 per cent share in the joint-venture company, Taman Sari Development Corp, which was set up to develop the project.

Other Thai investors in the project include Virginia Corp and Islamic Bank of Thailand.

A RM417 million loan has been secured from Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Bhd, while some other fundings came from the sale of condominium units under parcel K, Khalil said.

"We have sold 30 per cent of the 178 units of condominiums under parcel K," he added.

Asie won a 99-year concession about 10 years ago to redevelop the one-room Pekeliling flats area built in the 1970s. In return, it will provide new houses for the affected owners at new locations.

The company had so far built about 3,000 units, or 40 per cent of the total houses required, costing RM150 million.

Parcel M with the unique tower, will be built on the banks of the Gombak River. Other parcels within the Taman Sari project will include hotels, condominiums, office and commercial blocks, government and public housing and a medical centre.

Asie is controlled by Khalil, who was an aide to the late Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, Malaysia's second prime minister.
 

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AWEFUL???

Asie: RM4.77b GDV for Taman Sari waterfront city project
By Zuraimi Abdullah Published: 2009/07/24

The first phase of an ambitious Taman Sari waterfront city project at the former Pekeliling flats area in Kuala Lumpur is expected to generate RM4.77 billion in gross development value (GDV), its owner said.

The owner, Asie Sdn Bhd, expects to spend nearly RM1.5 billion to develop the phase, which will include a centrepiece 60-storey revolving tower costing RM1.1 billion.

Asie chairman Datuk Khalil Akasah said works on the first four parcels sprawling 3.24ha should start in early September, with the entire first phase expected to be completed in 48 months.

The whole project itself, encompassing 24 parcels on 23.08ha at the intersection of Jalan Pahang and Jalan Tun Razak, should be fully developed in seven to 10 years.

"We will work on parcel K first. After six months, parcels X and L will be simultaneously launched. The following six months, we will launch parcel M, which will boast the 60-storey revolving tower.

"Each parcel should take about 36 months to complete," Khalil told reporters after signing an agreement with Thailand's CH Prosper Co Ltd in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Prior to this, Asie has tied up with another Thai firm, Saha Regal Best Co Ltd, to provide some funds for the project.

The latter will also own a 20 per cent share in the joint-venture company, Taman Sari Development Corp, which was set up to develop the project.

Other Thai investors in the project include Virginia Corp and Islamic Bank of Thailand.

A RM417 million loan has been secured from Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Bhd, while some other fundings came from the sale of condominium units under parcel K, Khalil said.

"We have sold 30 per cent of the 178 units of condominiums under parcel K," he added.

Asie won a 99-year concession about 10 years ago to redevelop the one-room Pekeliling flats area built in the 1970s. In return, it will provide new houses for the affected owners at new locations.

The company had so far built about 3,000 units, or 40 per cent of the total houses required, costing RM150 million.

Parcel M with the unique tower, will be built on the banks of the Gombak River. Other parcels within the Taman Sari project will include hotels, condominiums, office and commercial blocks, government and public housing and a medical centre.

Asie is controlled by Khalil, who was an aide to the late Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, Malaysia's second prime minister.
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very nice list of architects!! This is gonna be a great new tower for warsaw, no doubt! :banana:
 
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