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HC Lee UOBKayHian...only report all the good thing....just go and make enquiries and there are plenty of unsold units in recent launches...that goes to show how these analsyt writes their reports!! NEVER EVER TRUST THE ANALYST.
14/04/2014 11:59
adnanlatifjps Nevermindlah HCLee as long as the price jump up.. we are all happy...
14/04/2014 18:45
nicky Next LBS ?
14/04/2014 20:08
kp4803 27 Dec 2013

PETALING JAYA: Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Sdn Bhd (IWH) has sold 15ha of seafront land in Danga Bay for RM1.6bil to a Singaporean firm, which is planning an RM8bil development featuring, among others, Peninsular Malaysia’s tallest tower.

The master planner for Danga Bay said in a statement yesterday that it had signed the sale and purchase agreement with Hao Yuan Investment Pte Ltd for six parcels of land, which would be developed by Pristine Sun Properties Sdn Bhd, a 60:40 joint-venture (JV) between Hao Yuan and IWH.

The price tag of RM1.6bil works out to a land cost of 20% of the RM8bil gross development value, within the range of 15%-20% typically paid to a landowner in Malaysia.

At some RM998 per sq ft (psf), the sale set a new benchmark for commercial land transactions in Johor Baru, besting even the landmark RM4.5bil deal between the Johor Sultan and China’s Guangzhou R&F Properties Co Ltd, which was agreed at RM891 psf.

Hao Yuan has drawn up plans for several high-end residential, commercial and retail properties for its project, including the tallest tower in Peninsular Malaysia and a “landmark tower”.
14/04/2014 22:43
kp4803 JOHOR BARU: Businessman Datuk Lim Kang Hoo, who recently made a privatisation bid for developer Tebrau Teguh Bhd, is planning a more than RM13 billion project at Danga Bay here.

The soon-to-be-launched project is billed as the most exclusive and unique waterfront development in Iskandar Malaysia southern economic corridor over the next five years.

It will spread over 120 hectares at the estuaries of three rivers at the Danga Bay.

The Danga Bay waterfront development is an important component in one of the flagship developments in Iskandar Malaysia.

The site of the mega development is at two small peninsulas opposite the Danga Bay. The peninsulas are almost parallel to Sungai Sku-dai, Sungai Danga and Sungai Melayu.

Five commercial epicentres have been planned for the riverine development combining the best of the east and west cultural heritage which is set to become the jewel in the economic region.

The total project cost for the five epicentres, named The Venice, The Gateway, The Rivera, The Bund and The Fisherman Wharf, are estimated at RM13.4 billion
15/04/2014 07:12
nicky Opened high closed low
15/04/2014 12:44
jc5360 hope is not wrong look like for us to collect when retrace
15/04/2014 13:58
Patrick Ashley Could Tebrau be the Malaysian partner in this venture? Don't remember any announcement with regard to Greenland Holding investment in Malaysia. This announcement was made in Shanghai. Is Greenland Holding going to develop the BUND(one of the five epicentres) on Tebrau's land?

16/04/2014 13:57
stainlyho37 collecting in progress...but not enough seller....
16/04/2014 15:22
theavengers finally news is out !! tomorrow rock d market !!
16/04/2014 22:44

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