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Friday, November 23, 2012

Largest Mitsui Outlet Park to be built in KLIA

MALAYSIA Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd will build the first upscale Japan factory outlet in Southeast Asia at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang.

To be known as Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA, it will be built on a 20.25ha site, complete with F&B and entertainment facilities as its complementary components are based on strong themed attractions such as Knowledge and Attractions, Prime Time Complex and World Food Expo.

The park, the first Mitsui Outlet Park in Southeast Asia and 14th for Mitsui, will be developed over three phases at an estimated gross development cost of about RM335 million.

It will boast a total lettable area of about 47,000 square meters upon full completion, thus positioning the outlet park as the largest within Mitsui's stable of outlet parks.

The first phase of development is expected to begin within the first quarter of next year and is expected to open its doors to the public by end of 2014.

"The outlet park will offer a wide selection of leading brands including luxury brands, popular select shops, high grade and top Asian fashion, sports and outdoor items, fashion accessories and gifts at prices that are guaranteed to be below their recommended retail prices," MAHB said yesterday.

More than 240 famous international designer brands will be invited based on their presence in existing Mitsui Outlet Parks in Japan and China.

It will also offer top Asian fashion from Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Malaysia, thus setting it apart from the other retail centres in Malaysia in terms of breadth of brand diversity, it added.

Mitsui, a leading real estate developer in Japan, has been established since 1941 with global operations in the US, UK, Singapore and China.

It is mainly engaged in the development of shopping centres, hotels and office complexes.

The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding on the project yetserday.

"One of the most important benefits from this project is the opportunity to further expand our non-aeronautical or commercial revenue base, in line with our '2010-2014 Business Direction: Runway to Success'," MAHB managing director Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad said.

By Business Times

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