Ascott expands its network in Iskandar

first_imgThe Ascott Limited (Ascott) is further growing their presence in Iskandar Malaysia after they recently received approval to manage a third property in Nusajava.Scheduled to open in early 2019, the Citadines Medini Nusajava boasts 214 units and is ideally located in Nusajava’s main business and leisure district.Ascott chief investment officer Gerald Yong, said as more multinational companies establish themselves in Iskandar, there is increased potential for serviced residences.“Ascott was the first international serviced residence owner and operator in Nusajaya, a major new growth centre of Iskandar, where we recently opened Somerset Puteri Harbour Nusajaya and will be opening Somerset Medini Nusajaya later this year,” Mr Yong said.“Since Ascott entered Malaysia in 1999, we have grown to be the largest international owner and operator of serviced residences in the country.”Ascott was granted the contract for the new property by UMCity Medini Lakeside Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of United Malayan Land Bhd (UMLand).Mr Yong says Ascott is pleased to partner with UMLand and commends their vast range of properties throughout Malaysia.“Through this partnership, we will bring our award-winning Citadines brand of serviced residences to Nusajaya,” Mr Yong said.“We see great potential in expanding our Citadines brand in Malaysia and in January 2015 we opened another Citadines Apart’hotel in Cyberjaya.”“With the addition of Citadines Medini Nusajaya, Ascott now has nine properties with more than 1,900 apartment units in Malaysia. This expansion will allow greater synergy and economies of scale in our operations.”Source = ETB Travel News: Brittney Levinsonlast_img read more

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January 3 2014The path to the east entrance of th

first_imgJanuary 3, 2014The path to the east entrance of the apartment is getting a wider concrete pathway.[photo by Colleen Connery and text by Sue Kirsch]Here is the crew in action, wheeling concrete over a small ramp to the waiting form, Conrad Strano-Mcanany with the wheelbarrow.[photo and text by Sue Kirsch]Dan and Ron Chandler a screeding the concrete.[photo and text by Sue Kirsch]Paolo Van Erp adds concrete for a level surface.[photo and text by Sue Kirsch]More in upcoming reports.last_img

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Rep McCready announces April office hours

first_img28Mar Rep. McCready announces April office hours ### State Rep. Mike McCready invites residents of the 40th House District to meet with him from 4 to 5 p.m. Monday, April 18, in Meeting Room 3 of the Bloomfield Township Public Library, 1099 Lone Pine Road in Bloomfield Township. No appointment is necessary.“I always look forward to hearing input from residents in our area,” said Rep. McCready, R-Bloomfield Hills. “Office hours are an important tool to meet with people and hear questions and concerns regarding state government.”Anyone unable to attend Rep. McCready’s office hours is encouraged to contact his office by calling toll-free at (855) 373-8670, emailing MikeMcCready@house.mi.gov or visiting his website, www.RepMikeMcCready.com.center_img Categories: McCready Newslast_img read more

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Rep Kahle hosts summer reading contest for area kids

first_img05Jul Rep. Kahle hosts summer reading contest for area kids One winner will be ‘A Rep. for a Day’State Rep. Bronna Kahle today announced she is sponsoring a summer reading contest for children, first through fifth grade in Lenawee County. Rep. Kahle, of Adrian, is partnering with several libraries and organizations in the district for the contest.Area students are encouraged to read as many books as they can during July and August. Children or their parents can record the titles of completed books and the number of pages read on a bookmark available at the participating locations or at www.repkahle.com. Readers must submit the bookmarks in the contest box by Sept. 1 to be eligible to win. One winner will be drawn, and the winner and his or her family will be guests of Rep. Kahle at the state Capitol to be a “Rep. for a Day.”“Over the summer months, kids should try to read every day so they can maintain, and hopefully strengthen, the reading skills they learned during the school year,” Rep. Kahle said. “Plus, reading is fun. Students can travel to distant lands and exciting new worlds. They can meet unique characters and make new friends in the pages of a book.”Libraries and organizations taking part in the contest are:-Stair Public Library, Morenci-YMCA of Lenawee, Adrian-Boys and Girls Club of Lenawee, Adrian-Adrian District Library, Adrian-Lenawee District Library, Adrian-Clinton Township Public Library, Clinton-Deerfield Branch Library, Deerfield-Cradle To Career Summer Learning Pop Up Literacy Labs (locations vary around the county) Categories: Kahle Newscenter_img #####last_img read more

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