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the glassy face looks great, but i wanna see the other side
 

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Greg said:
baqthier said:
^ It's a new project. Based on the older rendering, it's not glassy one.



That's supposed to be Impiana extension. So it looks as if there will be 2 towers.
I try to figured out where is the hotel extension block. Could it be on top of the current carpark podium, extend outward from the existing tower?
 

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hi, i have abit information about this building. I'm ex-QS trainee in a construction firm which responsible for this 26-floor project in Jalan Tun Perak. :D if i not mistaken this building is call Bovis.

currently this project is still under tender for superstructure section about ground level. And the excavation for basement is still in progress.
it have 6 floor of carpark,7-23 is office, 24 is mechanical room, 25 is motor lift room and 26 is the roof.
 

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YiHao said:
hi, i have abit information about this building. I'm ex-QS trainee in a construction firm which responsible for this 26-floor project in Jalan Tun Perak. :D if i not mistaken this building is call Bovis.

currently this project is still under tender for superstructure section about ground level. And the excavation for basement is still in progress.
it have 6 floor of carpark,7-23 is office, 24 is mechanical room, 25 is motor lift room and 26 is the roof.
Great, thanks for your info. :eek:kay:
Welcome to the forum. :)
 

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Thank u :D

i think the land next to the building might soon become car park center. Because the office owner is also the land owner which next to the building. Inside the building only have 100++ car park.
 

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how do u know? heard any news about it??

here

Property development to drive future E&O earnings

KUALA LUMPUR: Property development is expected to be the main earnings growth driver for Eastern & Oriental Bhd (E&O) going forward, said executive director Chan Kok Leong.

“For the financial year ended March 31, E&O's property development contributed about 60% of earnings, while the construction arm contributed 30%. The remainder was largely from hotel operations,” Chan said after the AGMs of E&O and E&O Property Development Bhd yesterday.

Group pre-tax profit was RM44.9mil compared with RM16.8mil the year before, on revenue of RM500mil versus RM21.1mil previously.

For the first quarter ended June 30, E&O posted a net profit of RM16.1mil on revenue of RM192.8mil.

E&O's current land-bank stands at 1,800 acres –1,300 in Penang and the balance in Selangor, Putrajaya, Malacca and the Klang Valley.

The company had no immediate plan to increase its land bank, Chan said, as “they are prime land bank that can last us 10 to 15 years or maybe longer.”

Chan highlighted the 980-acre Seri Tanjung Pinang development in Penang as one of the main projects with good earnings potential for the group.

The company has also lined up two projects for launch in the next 12 months.

One is a mixed integrated project with the Lion Group, consisting of offices, serviced apartments, hotel and retail space on 5.5-acre site at the former St Mary’s Girls School in Kuala Lumpur at jalan tengah off jalan p ramlee.

The other is a condominium and serviced apartment development on 6.5 acres in Jalan Semantan. It is a joint venture with Selangor Properties Bhd.

E&O also plans to set up a namesake hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

The group is set to list its construction arm Putrajaya Perdana Bhd (PPB) on the main board next month. The company will offer for sale 29.4 million shares at RM1.80 each, raising proceeds of about RM53mil.

After the listing, E&O is expected to have an aggregate direct and indirect interest of about 50% in PPB.
 
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