Puteri Cove Residences at Puteri Harbour

Puteri Cove Residences, a luxury condominium in Malaysia’s Iskandar region being built by Singaporean developers has met with strong demand.

Puteri Cove Residences, by local developers Pacific Star and DB2, has sold 83 per cent of 450 units released to the public within a week of its launch.

The buyers were of over 20 nationalities, but 60 per cent were Singaporean. Other buyers included Malaysians and Indonesians.

Units facing the private marina in Puteri Harbour and the sea were the most popular, with almost all taken up.

The units are priced between RM1,180 and RM1,580 per square foot, ranging from 1 bedroom unit of 600 sq ft to 4 bedroom unit of 4100 sq ft.

The 340,000 sq ft site will include 4 low-rise blocks of Soho (small office home office) and loft units, a mall, and amenities such as tennis courts and water features. A waterfront promenade of clinics, eateries, retail and other businesses faces the project, which is located in the Puteri Harbour, midway between the Causeway and the Second Link at Tuas.

Recently, both prime ministers of Singapore and Malaysia are met in Putrajaya to discuss on Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high speed rail and rapid transit system that link Singapore to Johor Bahru.


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Developer: Pearl Discovery Development Sdn Bhd, jointly owned by Pacific Star Group and DB2 Group.
Address: Plot TR-2-2, Puteri Harbour, Nusajaya, Iskandar Region, Johor, Malaysia.
Property type: Condominium
Site Area: 340,000 sq.ft
Tenure: Freehold
TOP: Est. mid 2017
Car Parks: 2577 lots
Total units; 1,054 units (Inclusive of 56 SOHO units)
Price: From RM888,000

• Freehold, 7.8 acres super land size
• Developed by Singapore based renowned developers.
• 5-Stars Resort Lifestyle
• Stunning, breathtaking view of Private Marina/ Sea View.
• No restriction on foreign ownership
• Located in the most prestigious area in Nusajaya, Puteri Harbour Iskandar
• Easily accessible and convenient connectivity to Singapore and other parts of Malaysia
• Home away from home from Singapore 10 minutes from Singapore
• Offers the most desired waterfront living; Live, Work, Play, all in Puteri Cove Residences
• Stunning and unrivalled view of the sea, private marina and glittering skyline of Singapore for all units
• Three 33-storey iconic apartment tower blocks, four 3-storey SOHO/Loft blocks
• A 2-level Lifestyle Retail Centre for daily convenience, shopping, F&B dining and entertainment along the breezy promenade.
• Finest fixtures and fittings in all units
• Sophisticated multi-tiered security system for safety and tranquility
• Resort lifestyle clubhouse facilities with extensive amenities
• Sky Garden amenities and observation decks
• Phase One Launching soon!!
• TOWER-2 (33-stry, 329 units) Open for Sale Soon!

1) Outdoor Facilities :
Yoga Deck , Koi Fish & Lotus Pond, Reflexology Area, Theme Garden Area, Playground, Free Form Fun Pool Deck, Wading Pool, Stepping Terrace Lawn, Fun Pool, BBQ Terrace, Lap Pool Deck, Lap Pool (10mx50m), Free Form Fun Poo, Sunken Pool Deck , Hot & Cold Jacuzzi, Rest Area, Waterfall, Fragrance Garden, .Half Basketball Court, Tennis Court x 2, Jacuzzi, Sun Bed Area, Cabana, Jacuzzi Pool, Lap Pool , Fun Pool.

2) Indoor Facilities:
Club House – Lounge, Private Dining Rooms, Library, Gymnasium, Function Rooms, Games/Mahjong Room, Changing rooms

Unit Types :
1 bdrm+study: 676 sqft = 13 units
1 bdrm+study: 677 sqft = 26 units
2 bdrm: 876 sqft = 112 units
2 bdrm+study: 904 sqft = 65 units
2 bdrm (Dual Key): 904 sqft = 20 units
2 bdrm+maid: 1,063 sqft = 22 units
3 bdrm+maid: 1,159 sqft = 13 units
3 bdrm+maid: 1,272 sqft = 26 units
3 bdrm+maid+yard (Dual Key): 1,438 sqft = 13 units
3 bdrm+maid+yard: 1,749 sqft = 13 units
4 bdrm+maid+study: 1,988 sqft = 1 unit
4 bdrm+maid+study+Roof Garden: 3,885 sqft = 1 unit
4 bdrm+maid+study+yard: 2,269 sqft = 2 units
4 bdrm+maid+study+yard+Roof Garden 4,460 sqft = 2 units
Total = 329 units

Distance to amenities:
By Car
5 mins – Legoland, Mall of Medini, Gleneagles Medini Hospital
8 mins – EduCity, Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club, Pinewoods Iskandar Malaysia Studios
10 mins – Tuas Second Link
20 mins – Senai International Airport
45 mins – Singapore Changi Airport

By foot
5 mins – Puteri Harbour International Ferry Terminal, Puteri Harbour Mega Yacht Marina, Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park, Traders Hotel, Kota Iskandar

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Friendship Bridge between Singapore and Malaysia

WELCOME PROPOSAL: Proposed link will benefit Malaysia and Singapore, say leaders

JOHOR BARU: THE proposed plan to build a Malaysia-Singapore “Friendship Bridge” has received the thumbs up from both sides as it will strengthen close ties between the two countries.

The proposed bridge is also expected to further spur the economic growth of Iskandar Malaysia which encompasses south Johor.

Community leaders and members of the public welcomed Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s proposal to build the bridge.

Johor Tourism, Domestic Trade and Consumerism Committee chairman Datuk Tee Siew Kiong said such a bridge would boost tourism in Johor as it would make travel between the two countries easier.

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“At the moment, visitors travelling through the Causeway spend a lot of time at the checkpoint because of the heavy traffic there. Last year, more than 100 million people used the Causeway to travel between Johor and Singapore,” said Tee.

He said with the building of the bridge, visitors would spend more time in Johor instead of spending time to clear the immigration checkpoint.

“This would definitely attract more visitors from Singapore to come to Johor,” he said.

Pulai member of parliament Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed, whose constituency borders Singapore, said the proposed third bridge will definitely boost economic activity between the two countries.

“This will definitely enhance economic activity between Malaysia and Singapore, as well as being beneficial for the Iskandar Malaysia economic growth region,” he said when contacted yesterday.

Nur Jazlan, who also organises parliamentary-level business programmes between Johoreans and Singaporeans, said plans for the third bridge will be a welcome boost for both parties.

“If the proposed third bridge goes as planned, Johor will be easily accessed via land from Singapore and vice-versa through three locations.”

Nur Jazlan said a third bridge would also ease traffic flow at the Causeway and the Second Link.

He hoped Malaysians, especially Johoreans, will view the proposed third bridge in a positive manner as both countries can stand to benefit from it.

Nusajaya assemblyman Dr Zaini Abu Bakar also welcomed the plan.

“The bridge would improve access and connectivity between Johor and Singapore.

“There are a lot of people in Johor who work in Singapore. The building of the bridge would make it easier for them to commute between the two countries,” said Dr Zaini.

He said the bridge would also bring bilateral economic benefits for both countries in the long term.

Johor-based businessman Chow Weng Chuan said the proposed bridge is a good move as both entry and exit points between the two countries have seen an increase in traffic over the past few years.

“I travel about four times a week to Singapore for business and at times it takes more than an hour to go through the checkpoints at the Second Link,” said the 27-year-old who deals in recreational products.

However, Chow pointed out that the location of the proposed bridge needs to be studied in detail by both countries before implementation.

He said its location needs to benefit Johoreans as well as Singaporeans and at the same time to also complement the two existing links to Singapore.

Singaporean Augustine Cho, 27, said he welcomes the move for a third bridge linking the island republic to Johor as it will give Singaporeans like himself more entry and exit options.

“I hope that the new third bridge can ease the erratic congestion at the Causeway,” he said when met in the city centre after the Causeway checkpoint yesterday.

Cho, who frequents Johor Baru for food, also agreed that the location of the new proposed bridge is important for both parties.

On Monday, the prime minister said that Malaysia and Singapore are looking into a proposal to build a “Friendship Bridge” to improve road connectivity as well as to further enhance bilateral relations between the two countries.

Last December, Najib and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei opened a 60m-long “Friendship Bridge” across Sungai Pandaruan that separated Brunei’s Temburong district and Sarawak’s Limbang district.

With the Friendship Bridge, there will have total of additional three network connectivities between Malaysia and Singapore, namely Rapid Transit System, KL Singapore high speed rail and Friendship Bridge.

Source from New Strait Times

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PM Najib talk about Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail

PUTRAJAYA: Tuas West and Jurong East are two locations being considered for the Singapore terminal of the proposed high speed rail linking Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Monday.

A third option being considered is the city centre, though this will be more challenging to do because of the cost and land required, he said.

“I shared some of the considerations and possibilities with the Prime Minister, and this is something that we are working on and we will decide within the next year or so,” said PM Lee.

He was speaking at a joint press conference with his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak, wrapping up a two-day Malaysia-Singapore leaders’ retreat here.

Malaysia has decided to locate its terminal at Bandar Malaysia, the current site of Malaysia’s air force base at Sungai Besi, said Prime Minister Najib.

Both prime ministers spoke on the progress of the high speed rail, which was first mooted at last year’s retreat in Singapore, while also emphasising that the goal to have it completed by 2020 is an ambitious one.

When asked if there was a need to push back the target, Mr Najib said it was too early to revise, and that “it was designed to be ambitious to begin with” as it would help to focus both sides on it.

The two leaders also discussed the importance of the development of Iskandar Malaysia to the economies of both countries, and other ways to improve connectivity.

PM Lee said: “We agreed that it is important to develop the Iskandar Malaysia project comprehensively, not just in services, not just in residential properties… but also in manufacturing, in industries, in order to create jobs to attract investments, to have an organic, comprehensive, dynamic centre for economic vitality in Johor which will benefit Malaysia and Singapore.”

A new initiative they announced to speed up movement across the border, is to have only a single check point at the border, by combining both Singapore and Malaysia’s customs and immigration points at one location.

Mr Najib noted that this is already practiced between France and the United Kingdom, and between Germany and Poland in Europe.

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“It will be the first in this part of the world. It will certainly enhance connectivity and the flow of goods and services and people between our two countries,” he said.

He also said that there are long term plans for a “friendship bridge” as another road link between the two countries.

But Mr Lee said that Singapore’s “pre-occupation” is to first improve the current customs and immigration checks at the border, where the queue is “very long”.

“For the long term, I can imagine and foresee that at some point we will have to widen the links across the Straits of Johor. And we should study now how we can develop for the long term a new link,” he said.
(Source: The Straits Times)

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