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According to Bernama report, AmFIRST Real Estate Investment Trust (AmFIRST REIT), which owns an 82% stake in the Summit Hotel Subang USJ, will be spending between RM20 million and RM30 million on refurbishment works for the hotel to maintain its four-star rating.

The hotel which is currently managed by Summit Hotel Management Sdn Bhd will begin undergoing refurbishment works after a new operator for the hotel is chosen.

Deputy CEO of AmFIRST REIT, Zuhairy Md Isa said that the company had identified some good operators and it will take three to six months before the finalising stage.

Almost every part of the hotel will be rejuvenated to give it a new look and to meet the standard requirements of the new operator.

He also shared that when the hotel building was first bought in 2008, the corporation had spent RM7 million on the hotel's refurbishment works.

Since its last major renovation eight years ago, the time has come for the building to be refreshed following the refurbishment of the shopping mall below.



(Reference: http://www.theedgeproperty.com.my/content/820534/summit-hotel-subang-usj-get-rm20-mil-rm30-mil-renovation)

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Time for some makeover. The Summit USJ mall has also been facelifted or renovated. Look much better now. If compare to Da Men, newly opened. I still prefer the Summit USJ.

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Traffic congestion is getting worst there with all the new developments coming up in USJ 1 area. There should be an exit to Kesas to help ease congestion at the Summit/Jalan Kewajipan traffic light.

I wonder the authority really looked at all this problems when approving development in the area....

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The odd thing is I never liked to visit Summit. I have stayed in Subang for my entire life and I can count with my 10 fingers the number of times I went to Summit. It gives me the dull and uninteresting feel whenever I go there, not many nice outlets also, but I don't know about now though, shall find out soon.

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I go to Damen USJ quite often, I must say it's quite good for a neighbourhood mall. Wasn't expecting it to be like this. As for Summit, I saw it from outside and it looks so much better now. I wonder if the tenant inside are the same??? I didn't notice the hotel though.

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The only shop in Damen that is always crowded is Go Noodle House...

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Ya that's true. It's not that busy compared to Mid Valley, Sunway Pyramid, Pavillion, but it's good enough if you just want a quick bite, coffee or groceries shopping. It fits the purpose. 

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Summit USJ new facelift will give the mall a booster to improve its image ..but I think it still need more reputable good anchor tenants to be there to boost the place up..

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Yea, definitely need more anchor brands in order for it to sustained. Besides that, there's place to catch a movie. One win point.


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They are changing their tenant to better brand and as well as changing the mall concept with better design and concept

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Are the tenants inside the new Summit Mall still the same? 

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Seems like and sounds like the summit is ok to visit now..lol...there was a summit plaza back in Bukit Mertajam but it didn't work out...but at least I think their hotel there is still running~

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Went there last weekend. Inside is still exactly the same. No difference. Only outside looks more 'posh' now after the renovation. Shoppers might feel like being conned. I am sure people expect the retail shops inside to be different or more 'upscale' than before, but it's still exactly the same. So, what's the point of the external renovation??

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