Creating a vibrant township


DECIDING where you and your family should live is a major decision that has a lasting effect on your living and lifestyle.

Ideally, you would want to build a life in a safe and well-developed area within reasonable distance of amenities. After all, your neighbourhood is your refuge and the place you want to feel comfortable and secure in.

In this respect, township living can provide you and your family your lifestyle needs for a great living experience.

In the grand scheme of things, one can view a township as a house, filled with families and friends clustered into one living space. What makes a house a home, is the community – forming strong bonds together through shared experiences.

Linear park adds a breath of greenery within the residential enclave.Linear park adds a breath of greenery within the residential enclave.

Following Gamuda Land’s development principle of getting the places right to make the town work, twentyfive.7 in Kota Kemuning, Selangor, embraces the art of placemaking through community spaces that develops thoughtful relationships among residents.

Experience vibrant township living

Launched in 2017, the township offers a vibrant quayside living experience. With residential units comprising series of link houses, semi-Ds and serviced apartments, life in twentyfive.7 is lively, thanks to retail elements and open spaces such as The Buzz.ar.

For a spot to hang out, dine and relax outdoors, The Buzz.ar is complete with plenty of space for outdoor activities and fun, thanks to creative water playscapes and giant games corner that complement the retail elements.

Patrons can sample delectable French pastries at Marc et Farid Patisserie while having their furry friends pampered at pet care centre FURIIstyle before dashing around the township on rental bicycles from Cykel and Cyclist.

The fun never stops in twentyfive.7 and they are not limited to people only; the township also features Kota Kemuning’s only pet-friendly park within The Loop – a 3km cycling and jogging track, ensuring cherished moments outdoors with one’s pets are never missed.

Central to these elements is The Lake, a soft, rippling playful waterscape. Featuring Kota Kemuning’s first dancing musical water fountain, Aurora Rhythms, the 8-acre lake opens up more possibilities for good times through activities such as paddle boating, kayaking and even water zorbing.

For football fans, there is Footballhub, a FIFA-standard football field that frequently plays host to community football leagues and football classes for budding footballers, operated by Football Talent Asia (FTA) Academy.

Quayside Mall has it all

Quayside Mall is the township’s community mall, combining retail amenities with interactive spaces that foster community interaction.Quayside Mall is the township’s community mall, combining retail amenities with interactive spaces that foster community interaction.

There’s already plenty to do in twentyfive.7, and the list only grows as Quayside Mall opens later this year. Fronting The Lake, Quayside Mall is the township’s community mall, combining retail amenities with interactive spaces that foster community interaction.

Gone are the days when residents of Kota Kemuning and neighbouring townships have to travel far and wide just to reach cinemas and other fun activities.

Within the mall’s wide range of tenants is the massive 45,000 sq. ft. MBO Cinemas, the first and only cineplex in the vicinity.

Ensuring the tenancy mix provides a holistic experience for the community is key, and the tenant selection in Quayside Mall is mindfully planned to provide the right mix of fun and practicality.

As a mall filled with lots to see and do, Quayside Mall’s tenants include Jaya Grocer, Harvey Norman and Karaoke Manekineko, one of Japan’s major karaoke chains.

Quayside Mall also has the first organic vertical urban farm in a mall, bringing a whole new definition to community-centric shopping.

Ever felt like cycling straight into a mall, clearing your shopping list and then cycling back home without having to deal with the hassles of parking?

That is an experience entirely possible here. Themed as the “Community Curator”, Quayside Mall is the community’s lifestyle hub and is seamlessly connected to the rest of the township through pedestrian and bike-friendly routes.

Homes in twentyfive.7

While “vibrant” and “happening” are words that best describe the township, the value of having a private enclave to rest in goes without mention.

In this aspect, twentyfive.7 offers a variety of homes ranging from spacious landed and high-rise units to fit the needs of singles, couples and families alike.

Exciting deals await

With everything in place and more to come in the pipeline, it is only natural to want to be a part of twentyfive.7. There is no better time than now as homes in twentyfive.7 are part of Gamuda Land’s online property deals.

With limited-time only incentives such as additional savings of up to RM11,000, Quayside Mall shopping vouchers worth up to RM6,888, free gym memberships and even cash back of up to RM63,888, there is something for everyone in this township.

To learn more, visit https://glonlinedeals.gamudaland.com.my or call 03-2787 7917.

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