Medini City, Another Iskandar Malaysia Metropolis [27 Photos]

27 Apr

Iskdandar Malaysia Johor, April’11: Another Update of Medini City in Iskandar Malaysia.

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Medini is set to be a 920ha international mixed-use urban development, located on prime greenfield land in the heart of Nusajaya, Johor.
Comprises of:
– 146ha International Financial District (IFD) set to be the world-class hub of Islamic Finance in Southeast Asia, with the presence of international financial institutions, banks and corporations. To be developed by Millennium.

– the Lifestyle and Leisure Cluster is headed by Mubadala, whose plans include the development of 496ha of land into a City Centre, Golf Village, Medical and Wellness Village, Amusement Bay and a Residential District.

– Creative Cluster (249.6ha) which will include the Heritage District, Creative Park and Logistics Village. CCSB will undertake the development.

The Developer: Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB) ; Ms Arlida Ariff (managing director) / Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar (IIB chairman)

Partners in the development – Rim City Sdn Bhd (RCSB), Cultural Cluster Sdn Bhd (CCSB, Mr Ali O. Al-Ghannam, Chairman of CCSB ) and Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala, Mr John Thomas (representative)), with the latter leading a consortium called Global Capital comprising other well-known industry players ALDAR Properties PSJC (ALDAR, John Bullough, Chief Operating Officer of ALDAR) and Millennium Development International (Millennium, Country Director: Mr Richard Polkinghorne).

CCSB is a special purpose vehicle which is majority-owned by Al-Nibras 2 Limited, a Labuan-based private fund company managed by Kuwait Finance House (Labuan) Bhd (KFHLB).

The other shareholders are Khazanah, the government investment authority of Malaysia and the parent company of IIB, and Jumeirah Capital.

IIB holds a 30 per cent stake across these collaborations in the Medini development.
When The development is expected to bring in gross development value (GDV) in excess of US$20 billion (RM69.6 billion) over a period of 15 to 20 years.







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