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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Bandar Raya: Tie-up with MPHB opens new avenues

KUALA LUMPUR: Bandar Raya Developments Bhd (BRDB) says its joint venture with Multi-Purpose Holdings Bhd (MPHB) will open new avenues for the company for land development.

BRDB is seeking opportunities to diversify its development portfolio to grow itself, said its chief marketing officer K.C. Chong.

In April, BRDB's wholly-owned units, Pinggir Mentari Sdn Bhd, Orion Vibrant Sdn Bhd and Magna Senandung Sdn Bhd, signed three separate joint venture agreements with subsidiaries of MPHB - Tibanis Sdn Bhd, Magnum.Com Sdn Bhd and Mimaland Bhd.

The joint venture is centred on developing 268ha in Mimaland, Gombak; Rawang and Penang. It will be the first venture for BRDB in these locations.

BRDB has long been accredited with the establishment of Bukit Bandaraya in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. It also has projects in the Kuala Lumpur city centre and Johor.

The company's vision moving forward is to provide the unique Bangsar lifestyle in Rawang, Mimaland and Penang.

Chong told Business Times that the joint venture is working towards launching the projects, with an estimated gross development value of more than RM4.25 billion, after 2012.

"The projects are still in the planning stages. Penang would be our most expensive development. We plan to build luxury houses and condominiums, worth more than RM1 million each," Chong said.

In Rawang, the joint venture is planning to build mixed residential properties and a commercial hub.

Chong said the development planned for Mimaland will be the most exciting as it would change the area's landscape.

Mimaland was once a famous recreation park. It opened in 1975 and ceased operations in 1993, following some unresolved plans for expansion.

The joint venture project will include eco-friendly hillside, courtyard and waterfront landed homes set among natural waterways, valleys and water bodies with mature forest views.

Chong said properties at its Rawang and Mimaland projects will start from RM500,000.

By Business Times

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