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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Sarawak’s first ICT mall to open soon

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OneTJ, Sarawak’s first shopping mall dedicated to ICT products and services, is set to open by the third quarter of this year.

Construction of the RM20mil mall in Jalan Stutong, Kuching, started in March last year and is expected to be completed in August.

Developed by Kenbest Sdn Bhd, the mall has a total area of 100,000 sq feet and net lettable area of 65,000 sq ft.

It comprises 80 shoplots over four floors with 20 on each floor, Kenbest managing director Stephen Long said.

“The average area for each shop on level one is 735 sq ft while the units on the upper levels are larger, averaging 850 sq ft,” he said in an interview recently.

Describing OneTJ as Kuching’s Low Yat Plaza, he said it had attracted over 40 computer and mobile phone retailers. “This mall is purpose-built for ICT products and services. At present, we have sold about 90% of the shop lots,” he said.

He added that the mall would also have a hair salon, bookshop, fashion outlets, eateries and a food court on the top floor.

The food court will provide free wi-fi service to patrons as well as blogger stations where groups of bloggers can meet.

Other noticeable features include plasma screens, which will be placed on each floor for infotainment and advertisements, 24-hour security with CCTV and subsidised bus service to nearby institutions of higher learning and surrounding areas.

Long said that OneTJ aimed to become the preferred venue for ICT-related events upon its completion.

Several activities have been lined up, including a computer game competition, technical seminar on networking security and new product launches.

For more information on the mall visit its website

By The Star on 26 April'07 (by Sharon Ling)

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