Gamuda Land officially opens twentyfive.7 sales gallery

(From left) twentyfive general manager Aw Sei Cheh and Gamuda Land chief operating officer Ngan Chee Meng officiates the opening of twentyfive.7 sales gallery.

(From left) twentyfive.7 general manager Aw Sei Cheh and Gamuda Land chief operating officer Ngan Chee Meng officiates the opening of twentyfive.7 sales gallery.

Shah Alam: Gamuda Land officially unveiled the sales gallery of its latest township, twentyfive.7 to an excited crowd who gathered at the opening ceremony to enquire about the Designer Homes in twentyfive.7 which have been attracting much attention.

A host of activities and delectable food and drinks were prepared for visitors and their children who came to the gallery located in Gamuda Walk, Kota Kemuning, today.

The children enjoyed themselves with face-painting, virtual reality games and photo booth, as well as paper origami activities.

Located in the mature neighbourhood of Kota Kemuning, twentyfive.7 is an avant-garde township that is focused on community interaction.

“The masterplan of twentyfive.7 harmoniously brings the key elements together – the architecture, where the parks sit within the neighbourhood, how the streets are laid out to allow residents to walk or bike from their homes to the town square, and how the waterfront anchors the entire development.

“When all of these come together, the development takes on its own personality so that when residents live there, they feel a strong sense of belonging.”

Twentyfive.7, it’s about a vibrant community in a lively town by the waterfront,” said Gamuda Land chief operating officer Ngan Chee Meng.

“For the town to work well, we need to get the important places right – the play place, the work place, the park place, the shopping place, the dining place and the home place.”

“After thoughtful consideration, we know that these places should be by the water. So we have the Quayside,” he added.

The Quayside, a vibrant commercial hub by the waterfront of the central lake, houses a promenade with retail and dining outlets, boutiques, a marketplace, a Designer District for young designers and start-ups as well as an Event Plaza for different types of performances.

These, together with the boardwalk, a cantilevered Skydeck over the lake as well as a running and jogging track, bring about a nice setting at the waterfront, creating a sense of place and be a joy to the community.

The design and planning of the residential neighbourhoods in twentyfive.7 promote connectivity and community interaction so that everyone will know their neighbours.

The neighbourhood parks and customised playgrounds, the linear park in the back lanes of the homes and the walkability from the front door of the homes to the waterfront all serve to allow residents connect with one another, with nature and more importantly with themselves.

Another key component of twentyfive.7 is the Designer Homes that break away from conventional home designs and layout.

Featuring multi-facades and beautifully landscaped streetscapes, the homes at twentyfive.7 are specially curated to suit the needs of different consumers – from singles, couples to various types of families.

The Light House allows 70% natural lighting and ventilation into its triple-volume living and dining spaces while the Flexi House is a dual-key home allowing flexible planning for residents with many generations under one roof or those looking for rental income.

Other home types include the Cubiq House which is inspired by the SoHo-style loft living, with a bright and airy double volume living interior space, Gable House, featuring a clean layout with a sleek façade and Ridge House with high ceilings and functional spaces in a stylish layout.

Homes at twentyfive.7 are open for registration. The first phase comprises 181 superlink homes and 98 semi-detached homes.

To find out more, please visit the sales gallery at Gamuda Walk, Kota Kemuning or call 03 5131 6257.



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