New stores to boost appeal of serviced apartments

(From left) Gerai Signature Sdn Bhd co-founder Shawn Chua, Chin, Ngan and Lee at the MoU signing ceremony at twentyfive.7 Experience Gallery in Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor. – Photos: KK SHAM/The Star

GAMUDA Land has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with three new business partners for The Amber Residences’ Quayside Shoppes.

The three retail partners are TMG Grocer, CSM Hardware and Gerai Signature.

The event was held at twentyfive.7 Experience Gallery on Persiaran Oleander in Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor.

Gamuda Land chief executive officer Ngan Chee Meng said the project would not be a success without partners like these.

“It does not stop here. We will continue to forge partnerships in other township projects,” he shared.

“At Gamuda Land, we understand that choosing the right location for business requires good foresight and Quayside Shoppes is filled with great potential.”

The Amber Residences was built using Gamuda’s digital information building system which showcases the developer’s commitment to innovation and construction excellence in line with the Gamuda Green Plan 2025.

Launched in May 2019, The Amber Residences caters to young families and working professionals, offering four layouts and built-up sizes ranging between 657sq ft and 1,001sq ft.

The serviced apartments in two residential towers are move-in ready as every unit comes with air-conditioner, water heater, fully fitted kitchen with built-in appliances and wardrobe in the master bedroom.

The scheme offers 596 units priced from RM530,000 to RM720,000.

“The handover of homes will begin as early as the middle of this year,” he said.

Ngan added that they embarked on an ESG (environmental, social and governance) approach for their townships.

“The place must look good, very green and fresh as we are looking at things that are more sustainable,” he said.

The Amber Residences, built using Gamuda’s digital information building system, showcases the developer’s commitment to innovation and construction excellence.The Amber Residences, built using Gamuda’s digital information building system, showcases the developer’s commitment to innovation and construction excellence.

Tunas Manja Group executive director Datuk Chin Yoke Kan thanked Gamuda for the opportunity and trust given to open a TMG outlet.

“We look forward to starting our operations here soon and serving residents in this township,” he added.

Chin said they hoped to have more strategic collaborations with the developer in the future in other mixed development projects.

TMG is a homegrown neighbourhood supermarket grocer established almost 36 years ago in Kuantan, Pahang.

“We strive to continue our expansion plans, targeting to have 200 outlets across peninsular Malaysia by the end of next year,” Chin said.

“Our motto is to constantly serve and offer our customers the right product assortment and fresh perishable goods at the most reasonable price.

“In response to the drastic change in the retail landscape over the last two years, we are changing our business practices in order to personalise our services.

“The aim is to enhance customers’ shopping experience at TMG outlets.

“At the same time, we are also embarking on a digital journey to create value for TMG, ensuring the sustainability of the business eco-system in years to come.”

CSM Engineering Hardware (M) Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Walter Lee Wee Siong said they were committed to offering quality goods and equipment at an affordable price bracket with added value to help optimise the income capacity of Keluarga Malaysia.

“From house renovation to home appliance service to craftsmanship, we have it all under one roof.

“This new signing will help CSM in extending our cost-effective and value-added offerings within a comfortable and customer-friendly environment to more people.

“This is in fact the very heart of CSM’s sustainable development goals,” he said.

Lee added that the MoU had a special place in CSM’s historic journey so that it could continue to create and contribute towards building a more sustainable way of living for all Malaysians.

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