TTDI a shining example


TTDI residents are into exercising at the many recreational spots in the neighbourhood. — Filepic

I read with interest the buzz surrounding developer Naza TTDI’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

As a second-generation resident of Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) and an enduring legacy of Naza TTDI, I wish to share my thoughts and perspectives on the elements that have contributed to the success of TTDI in exemplifying community-focused development.

Being born and raised in the neighbourhood, I must say this township has withstood the test of time and urbanisation, and continues to prove itself as a neighbourhood of choice for young and old alike, with an empowered community that inherently values sustainability and resilience.

TTDI residents have high regard for quality community living and an environmentally-friendly ecosystem in their commitment to the sustainable development of their homes.

As part of the community, we can be part of something greater than ourselves.

Undeniably, the successful development of TTDI has touched the lives of many, forming an empowered, inclusive community.

The extensive amenities, food and residences available to residents facilitate holistic living.

With wide streets, numerous community facilities, schools, mosques, banks, retail shops and parks, all within walking distance from one another, one does not have to travel far to live a fruitful life when residing here.

TTDI offers a unique and balanced lifestyle where residents can live, work, learn and play all within the same community, fostering a strong sense of belonging and community spirit.

Its success should serve as a model for other property developers to follow.

By taking a community-focused approach to development, developers not only create a better living environment for residents but also foster a sense of community and belonging.

In fact, TTDI is one of the rare modern neighbourhoods in Malaysia that harmoniously hosts a diverse yet unified mix of communities, embodying the muhibbah spirit we always strive to achieve.

As one of the most centrally located neighbourhoods in Kuala Lumpur, it houses all the necessary components of holistic and healthy living, accessible to everyone – within and beyond the confines of TTDI.

It is no wonder that it has become a highly sought-after area to live in, with demand for property in the area exceeding supply.

In addition, one can often find multi-generational homes or residents’ children buying properties within the development itself that generally foster closer family ties.

In conclusion, TTDI has been a shining example of how a community-focused approach to property development can lead to the creation of a sustainable, resilient and empowered community.

It is a testament to the power of the people to shape the world around them, and a beacon of hope for a future where people and their communities are at the heart of urban development.

I am proud to be a part of this community.

TTDI Resident

Kuala Lumpur

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