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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Carrefour anchors new mall in Pandan

PETALING JAYA: Axis Atrium, the latest mall in the Pandan and Ampang area that is set to redefine the retail, dining, exhibition and entertainment landscape in the vicinity, has welcomed Carrefour as its anchor tenant.

Axis Atrium and Carrefour held a media briefing and preview of the mall yesterday.

In a statement, Axis Atrium said the 218,000 sq ft mall, which opened on March 25, was expecting more tenants to open business next month.

Axis Atrium is the first phase of the Axis Pandan urban redevelopment project undertaken by Reliable Capacity Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of developer RK Group Holdings Sdn Bhd.

The project, which had a gross development value of RM270mil, will have a total development area of 1.8 million sq ft and is set to be a significant landmark in the area.

The integrated Axis Pandan development would comprise a 33-storey, 384-unit condominium dual-winged Axis Residences tower; a 41-storey, 348 units of Axis Crown serviced condominiums; 154 units of two-storey duplex small-office home-units and Axis Atrium mall that would serve these commercial and residential development as well as a rich and established catchment population, it said.

Datuk Roslan Khalid

According to RK Group managing director Datuk Roslan Khalid (pic), the mall would have a catchment population of 1.35 million within a 15-minute drive radius, contributing to its potential as the top retail venue in the Pandan and Ampang area.

“Based on research findings, Axis Atrium has approximately 300,000 residents who live within a five-minute drive radius.

“From a retail perspective this makes Axis Atrium a hot property. Coupled with the exciting concept, unique design and enthusiastic response from retailers, shoppers and the local community, we believe we have a winner in this mall,” he said.

By The Star

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