KL Sentral CBD
With Q Sentral and St Regis Hotel & Residences towers already completed in 2016, and The Sentral Residences in 2017, this city-within-a-city TOD is at 85% completion.
As an example of innovative design, planning and execution, the Kuala Lumpur Sentral CBD development is unique and the first of its kind in Malaysia; a mixed development centralised around an integrated transport hub. A project like the Kuala Lumpur Sentral CBD is what defines MRCB’s competitive edge.
Now Kuala Lumpur Sentral CBD is an exclusive urban centre built around Malaysia’s largest transit hub, offering global connectivity, excellent investment opportunities, business convenience and an international lifestyle. It was granted the ‘XKL’ Global Destination Code by the International Air Travel Association (IATA) with check-in facilities, enabling quick access to the airport and various destinations around the world. At present, more than 180,000 commuters pass through Stesen Sentral every day.
At the nucleus of this premier development is the RM1.1 billion world class transportation hub, Stesen Sentral Kuala Lumpur (SSKL), the winner of the FIABCI – Malaysia Award of Distinction 2002 and finalist for FIABCI International Prix d’Excellence 2003. Its infrastructure supports six rail networks – the KLIA Express Rail Link, KLIA Transit, RAPID KL (Putra), KTM Komuter, KTM Intercity and KL Monorail and the upcoming MRT line, demonstrating its excellent global connectivity and access within an integrated and self-contained live, work and play environment.
PJ Sentral Garden City
This first-of-its-kind TOD project in Petaling Jaya has taken off from the concept of a transit-centric development as introduced to the country by the Kuala Lumpur Sentral CBD project.
PJ Sentral Garden City has certainly captured the imagination and interest of Malaysians and industry players in the country as the first-ever project to regenerate the heart of Petaling Jaya. The development adopts the US Leadership in Environmental & Energy Design (LEED) Gold and Green Building Index (GBI) Gold certifications for all towers and the LEED Neighbourhood Gold rating for the overall development. PJ Sentral consists of two phases and Phase 1 comprises 6 towers, of which 4 are owned by Celcom (Lot 8), Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS), Malaysia Building Society Berhad (MBSB) and Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO) Tower, with a total Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 3,883,899 sq. ft. and a total Net Floor Area (NFA) of 2,691,107 sq. ft.
The towering edifices are located within a 4-acre public park at the development site in Section 52 Petaling Jaya. Water fountains, a children’s playground and covered walkways will be part of the landscape that also offers F&B and Retail Shops, auditoriums, conference halls, as well as Sky Gardens on the towers.
Penang Sentral is an integrated transportation hub connecting Keretapi Tanah Melayu’s ETS and Komuter train services, intercity, express and stage bus services, taxi and the ferry services.
The activation of this transportation hub, which has an emphasis of safety, security and convenience for all users, enhances comfort and efficiency for commuters and tourists alike. It also offers a centralised ticketing system, and a multitude of retail and food and beverage outlets, providing business opportunities for SME players as well as renowned local and international brands.
Equipped with many other amenities for the public, including a surau, a medical room, baby changing rooms, lockers and more, Penang Sentral is designed to ease commuting through its improved access and fully integrated facilities, including access for the disabled.
Penang Sentral is designed as the main TOD for the State of Penang, Greater George Town and the Northern Corridor, with a total GDV of RM2.9 billion. Modelled after KL Sentral CBD in Kuala Lumpur, the first phase of Penang Sentral will serve as the terminal for both public and intercity buses and is physically connected to the adjacent Butterworth railway station and the Penang Ferry terminal. It is an integrated hub for bus, rail, taxi and sea transportation services in Penang with a land area measuring 22.65 acres. Future phases of the project include commercial, retail, office and residential developments.
Kwasa Sentral is designed to serve as the Central Business District (CBD) for the entire Kwasa Damansara Township with a GDV of about RM10.6 billion.
The entire project will take 12 to 15 years to complete and will commence with the commercial aspects of the development, starting with the construction of a mall with a GFA of about one million square feet. There are many green areas in this TOD with two MRT stations. This project aims to provide a high quality working and living environment. Other aspects like the sizeable park, jogging-friendly paths that run around the entire project, and recreational areas will further enhance the space. There will be a lot of open spaces and Kwasa Sentral will be tailored as a livable commercial development like Kuala Lumpur Sentral CBD.
Cyberjaya City Centre
CCC Phase 1 will contain commercial blocks, an integrated lifestyle and retail arena, serviced residential complexes and a convention centre. The development will be consolidated into three zones comprising Vibrant, Tech & Enterprise and Gateway zones. Each zone will have the right infrastructure and facilities that will cultivate and support the stimulation of new ideas and inspiration, establishments of creative and commercial opportunities as well as social networking.
The CCC will propel Cyberjaya into a Global Technology Hub that not only advances technologies but is also a prodigious project that will redefine the meaning of smart cities, eco-friendly developments, connectivity, innovation and living.
The development will also integrate with the MRT Line 2 between Sungai Buloh and Putrajaya, as well as providing seamless pedestrian connectivity via a walkway from Putrajaya Sentral.
|All Property Developments||Land Size
Transport Oriented Developments
|KL Sentral: Lot F||5.70||2,993||2018||2025|
|PJ Sentral Garden City||11.91||2,619||2013||2022|
|Cyberjaya City Centre||45.31||5,350||2017||2024|
|Pulai Land, Johor||67.52||770||TBD||TBD|
|Bukit Rahman Putra||14.18||547||2016||2021|
|Bandar Sri Iskandar||11.53||766||2014||2025|
|Selbourne 2, Shah Alam||2.37||NA||NA||NA|
|Metro Spectacular Land, Jalan Putra||10.06||NA||NA||NA|
|CONSTRUCTION PROJECT||CONTRACT VALUE
|DESARU CONVENTION CENTRE||61||2018|
|TRANSMISSION LINE MUKIM JABI TO SERTING||126||2018|
|NPE BRIDGE - Phase 2||16||2019|
|GIANT HYPERMARKET – Setapak||52||2018|
|MRT2 V210 Package||614||2021|
|KWASA UTAMA - C8 (Provisional Contract Costs)||2,958||2027|
|DASH - Package CB2||400||2019|
|TNB HQ CAMPUS - Phase 1||65||2019|
|INDOOR STADIUM - Larkin, Johor||60||2019|
|BUKIT JALIL SENTRAL (Provisional Contract Costs)||10,116||2038|
|SUKE - Package CA2||323||2020|
|KWASA UTAMA - Management Fee for C8||187||2027|
|PDP to Develop Kwasa Damansara township||176||TBD|
|BUKIT JALIL SENTRAL - Management Contract||892||2038|