IKEA Chooses Penang To Open Its Second Malaysian Outlet
IKEA Is Opening Its First Outlet In Penang!
Popular Swedish home furnishing store Ikea store will soon open its first outlet in Penang at a planned shopping mall in Batu Kawan, Lim Guan Eng announced today.themalaymailonline.com
The Penang Chief Minister said Ikano Pte Ltd, the franchisee for Ikea in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, formed a joint venture with local company, Aspen Vision Land Sdn Bhd, to develop the integrated shopping mall.themalaymailonline.com
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"Ikea's entry into Batu Kawan is a vote of confidence for Penang and a boost to making Seberang Perai as the future choice for investment, tourism and habitat for sustainable living," he said at a press conference today.malaysiakini.com
"Aspen-Ikana Has Bought 245 Acres Of Land In Batu Kawan At RM483 Million To Develop An Integrated Shopping Mall And Mixed Development Of Offices And Residences"
The 245 acres will include 30 acres for the first Ikea Store in the northern region of Malaysia and the first phase of the shopping mall. Another 45 acres is to be set aside for phase two of the shopping mall and 170 acres for mixed development purposes.themalaymailonline.com
The Total Land Cost For The Project Is RM483,951,600, A RM5 Million Non-Refundable Deposit Has Also Been Paid To The PDC
"The Entire Commercial And Mixed Development Are Expected To Be Completed Within 10 Years From The Date Of Agreement."
The state government’s and PDC’s plans for Batu Kawan will receive an additional boost with this development, which will feature an intergrated shopping mall - anchored by an Ikea store by Ikano Pte Ltd - and mixed development offices and residences to be developed jointly by Aspen-Ikano (a joint venture company to be formed by Aspen Vision Land Sdn Bhd and Ikano Pte Ltd).malaysiakini.com