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MALAYSIANS drawn by Gamuda Cove’s mindful placemaking are flocking to the township located in Southern Klang Valley.
The township, which brings together natural attractions like the Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands, outdoor escapades such as the Goosebumps Rope Course and panoramic viewing experiences at the Cove Aerobar in Discovery Park, has welcomed more than 17,000 visitors since October.
These facilities and attractions are further complemented by the commercial vibrancy of Heart of Cove, the nucleus of Gamuda Cove, making the nature sanctuary and smart city a growing destination for prospective homeowners and adventure seekers.
As a result, residential and lifestyle retail offerings like Enso Woods and Townsquare are seeing strong uptake of 100% and 80%, respectively.
“Guided by our core town-making principle, ‘when we get the places right, the town works’, Gamuda Land has invested in placemaking for Gamuda Cove, leveraging on its location in Southern Klang Valley as the gateway to and from the southern states, as well as its close proximity to Kuala Lumpur International Airport,” said Gamuda Land chief operating officer Aw Sei Cheh.
“This placemaking strategy, along with the township’s strong connectivity profile, has driven home seekers’ interest in our residential launches, while encouraging business owners to invest in commercial offerings like Townsquare.”
Enso Woods is the township’s residential precinct featuring garden terrace homes designed for post-Covid-19 pandemic needs.
Launched earlier this year, its first phase comprises 203 double and triple-storey units with built-ups from 1,713 sq ft. It focuses on Japanese minimalist-inspired aesthetics based on the decluttering concept of danshari.
Addressing the growing desire among Malaysian home seekers for connections to nature, the precinct includes private green terraces and gardens of up to 1,500 sq ft, along with 195sq ft rooftop terraces for selected homes.
“We are gratified to see the response Enso Woods has received.
“By thoughtfully designing every place and laying them out within easy reach and in harmony with nature, we deliver what Malaysian home seekers are looking for.
“We are following up on this with the second phase of Enso Woods,” said Aw.
Enso Woods continues its momentum with the launch of 251 garden terrace homes featuring built-ups from 2,293sq ft to 3,002sq ft, suitable for larger multi-generational families.
Both phases leverage on future- forward design emphasising post-pandemic living, developed by Gamuda Land’s Planning for the Future think tank.
Led by the developer’s product management unit, the initiative conducts research, planning and design for the evolving needs of future homeowners.