Gamuda Land officiates opening of new Gamuda Cove Experience Gallery

Nature Sanctuary, Future City

24 September, SUBANG JAYA – Gamuda Cove Experience Gallery began its operations yesterday for the public to preview the masterplan of Gamuda Cove. Customers are treated to a series of fun family activities which were timely for mooncake festival such as acrobatic lion dance, magic show, live band performances, lantern DIY workshop and more.

The opening of Gamuda Cove Experience Gallery was officiated with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Mohammed Rashdan bin Mohd Yusof (Danny), Deputy Group Managing Director of Gamuda Berhad and the senior management of Gamuda Land

The opening was officiated with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Mohammed Rashdan bin Mohd Yusof (Danny), Deputy Group Managing Director of Gamuda Berhad; and Gamuda Land’s senior management including Ngan Chee Meng, Chief Executive Officer; Dato’ Hj Abdul Sahak Bin Safi, Executive Director; Aw Sei Cheh, Project Director; Lillian Lung Hian Li, Marketing & Sales Executive Director; Murnira binti Abdul Mury, General Manager of Human Resources; and Wong Yik Fong, General Manager of Gamuda Cove.

Bringing Gamuda Cove closer to customers

“As a town-maker, Gamuda Land creates places that people will call home, want to be a part of, grow up and grow old in. As we continue to focus on unique master planning and innovative placemaking, we do not lose sight of our customers. In line with our steadfast commitment to always ensure that our customers’ property journey with us is as enriching as possible, we have taken a step further to open the Gamuda Cove Experience Gallery in Taipan USJ, making it easier for customers to drop by after running their errands nearby,” said Ngan.

Nature sanctuary in an urban setting

Dubbed ‘Nature Sanctuary, Future City’, Gamuda Cove master plan focuses on self-sustainability, well connectivity and green-living within a dynamic urban setting. With a gross development value (GDV) of RM20 billion, the 1,530-acre leasehold township is located in southern Klang Valley along the Elite Highway and opposite Cyberjaya. Gamuda Cove will be divided into a few districts comprising landed and non-landed residential areas, a central business district, leisure and entertainment, knowledge and information corridor, wellness oasis, a 60-acre central park and an art, culture and tourism village. The 60-acre Central Park comes with lakes and wetland fringes surrounded by indigenous flora and fauna that take advantage of the adjacent Paya Indah wetlands and the gazette Kuala Langat forest reserves.

Gamuda Cove masterplan has received an overwhelming express of interest

Gamuda Cove’s smart element encompasses green transportation such as trams within Gamuda Cove Central Business District, Smart Traffic & Parking system, the latest digital infrastructure such as 5G connection and more. In addition, homes at Gamuda Cove will be constructed using Gamuda’s Industrialised Building System (GIBS) that ensures faster delivery and better quality homes with stronger structure, better resistance to fire and rot and improved sound and heat insulation as the products are fully tested and SIRIM-certified with every component of the development produced in the factory.

Unique placemaking with ‘Discovery Park’

“To us, a town is community. The common ground for everybody is the community. Aside from Central Park, Gamuda Cove will also feature the 50-acre Discovery Park that is set amidst real nature to offer exciting and unique experiences through three recreational zones, namely The Adventure Park with a wide-open space to host extreme activities, The Sport Park with international standard sport facilities and the Hangout Village for community to enjoy unique dining experiences. When we start operation in 2019, we are confident that Gamuda Cove Discovery Park will be the key destination for local and international visitors,” said Ngan.

Nucleus of Southern Klang Valley

Connectivity is an important aspect of the township’s masterplan. There will be a dedicated interchange linking the North-South Expressway Central Link (ELITE) to Gamuda Cove which is expected to be completed by mid-2019. The town is also easily accessible through various highways such as ELITE Highway, Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway, South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE), Maju Expressway (MEX), North South Expressway (PLUS), Lebuhraya Shah Alam (KESAS) and upcoming West Coast Expressway (WCE). Other mode of transportation includes bus or Express Rail Link (ERL) via Putrajaya Sentral Station in Presint 7. Future flyovers or direct linkages from Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and Dengkil will also be constructed to enhance connectivity.

Gamuda Cove has already obtained a GBI Gold rating (provisional) for its Central Business District (CBD) Planning Assessment which means that developments within the CBD will be incorporating green and sustainable features to maintain the Gold rating.

The first residential phase of Gamuda Cove is targeted to launch in November, offering four types of linked homes 20’x70’ (1,824 sq ft); 22’x75’ (2,214 sq ft); 22’x75’ (2,271 sq ft); 28’x65’ (2,620 sq ft) with an indicative price starting from RM680,000.

Interested buyers are welcomed to drop by the newly opened Gamuda Cove Experience Gallery located at Taipan or call 012-918 1288 to find out more.

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