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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Naza Group to have new HQ by 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: Naza Group of Companies will have its own new main headquarters by 2013 when construction of the 50-storey Naza Tower at the Platinum Park is completed.

Group executive chairman and chief executive officer SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin said the tower would be built on a 1.2-acre site with a net floor space area of about 532,470 sq ft.

“We hope the tower’s strategic presence within the KLCC vicinity will be exceptionally attractive to commercial tenants, both domestic and international,” he said yesterday at the ground-breaking ceremony for Naza Tower.

This is the second tower launched at the RM4bil high-end integrated residential and commercial development at the 9.1-acre Platinum Park, following the launch of the Menara Felda last year.

Developed by its own subsidiary, Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, the Platimum Park is set to be the single largest luxury development undertaken by a bumiputra company in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Nasarudin said the tower was also designed to be a “green building” with the efficient use of energy, water and materials and would be among the first candidates to apply for a “green” mark certification under the newly-launched “Green Building Index” of Malaysia.

“We have always wanted to have a very visible, easily recognisable and accessible location right in the heart of the nation’s capital. Naza Tower will give us the opportunity to serve our customers better by showcasing our products in what we believe is the best location possible,” he said.

Going forward, Nasarudin said, Platinum Plaza when fully completed would have seven towers, comprising condominiums, grade A offices and service residences which were scheduled for completion by 2018.

Apart from Menara Felda that was sold in 2008, a 38-storey building next to the Naza Tower, which has yet to be launched, has also been sold to a yet-to-be-disclosed buyer.

By The Star

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