Gamuda Cove secures new tenants, partners

From left: Long John Silver’s chairman Mohd Yusof bin Ishak, Big Apple director Gary Ting, Gamuda Cove general managing Brandon Yong, Kenangan Coffee director Low Jing Yee and Technoriant managing director Datuk Bruce Lim.

PETALING JAYA: Gamuda Cove has confirmed openings from a diverse array of tenants spanning food and beverage (F&B), education and convenience sectors for its current and future township developments.

Gamuda Cove general manager Brandon Yong said as the township development progresses, it is timely for the company to bring in various tenants and partnerships that will strengthen the township and support a self-sustained community.

“We believe that when we get the places right, the town will work for the people who call it home and we are working towards achieving this for our community. This involves not only designing homes but also considering recreational, educational, health and wellness, green, and commercial spaces,” he said in a statement yesterday.

Gamuda Cove said confirmed F&B tenants include Kenangan Coffee, which will open in May and Long John Silver’s slated to open in July.

The company said Long John Silver’s will make its return to Malaysia, expanding its presence in Gamuda Cove and joining the line-up alongside the already operational Starbucks drive-through.

On the other hand, with regards to education, Gamuda Cove said Big Apple Kindergarten is poised to open its doors in April.

Moreover, Technical and Vocational Education and Training Malaysia will inaugurate its hospitality training centre in May this year, offering students an opportunity to learn while engaging in hands-on practical training.

Yong added that the company is also in talks with key F&B operators, including well-known and beloved brands, alongside the addition of a leading Malaysian premium supermarket chain as a key anchor tenant for its upcoming commercial development.

“These additions will further enhance Gamuda Cove’s offerings and amenities, as our master plan comes together nicely,” he said.

Gamuda Cove said the addition of these tenants complements the recently announced ASAI Gamuda Cove hotel, slated to open in 2026.

Furthermore, the introduction of these tenants coincides perfectly with the delivery of Maya Bay Residences and Enso Woods respectively in March and July. Upon vacant possession, Gamuda Cove will have delivered over 1,900 units of home to customers, welcoming an anticipated 7,600 residents into the Gamuda Cove community by end of 2024.

Additionally, in order to support the overall development of Gamuda Cove, the group said its connectivity will receive a significant boost in 2025 with the upcoming completion of a toll-free Cyberjaya Link, providing direct access to Cyberjaya, cutting the distance to a mere two km.

Gamuda Cove said it is also in the midst of expanding its 5G service coverage and infrastructure which is set to bolster its smart city plans and be a boon for business owners.

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