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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

RM20m GDV for 'Garden Explore' project

Green Atmosphere Sdn Bhd (GA) has estimated a gross development value of RM20 million for its newly launched one-stop outdoor living mart project called "Garden Explore".

With its strategic location in Seri Kembangan, between Puchong and Putrajaya, the project would create opportunities for business owners in the industry with an expected high turnover of 750,000 visitors within a five km radius of the location, says GA's chief executive officer Nick Wong.

"The project will begin after the Chinese New Year and we hope to complete it by October next year," he told reporters after the project's launch today.

Wong, who is also the original concept creator of the project, added that Garden Explore has been strategically located to provide a better option for the public to meet their needs for outdoor accessories.

GA has signed the lease agreement with the land owner, Tempo Properties Sdn Bhd (TP), for a period of 10 years and had also obtained the development order from the local authority to construct the project in August.

TP's chief executive officer Khoo Boo Hian said the project would complement its adjacent development called The Atmosphere, which was a signature shop offices type commercial development between Tempo Properties and Eksons Corporation Bhd.

"With the co-existence of Garden Explore and The Atmosphere, this part of Seri Kembangan will soon transform into a vibrant commercial hub," he said.

He also said the project will be Malaysia's first outdoor living mart that would group all the resources and outlets within the green and landscape industry.

The project will cover a total 14.5 acres of land consisting of seven major zones of outdoor retailing lots, a plaza and amphitheatre (entertainment hall), 30 contractors and designer or consultant offices, two cafes and restaurant.

With a whole year round of events to be organised, the Garden Explore project is expected to offer various attractions to the public as well as business entities.

By Bernama

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