Gamuda Cove Experience Gallery opened its doors to the public last Sunday to preview the master plan of one of their latest townships – Gamuda Cove.
GAMUDA Land is no stranger to foreign investments with stakes in Australia and Vietnam. Entering the challenging property market in Singapore, however, has been one of its most ambitious foreign endeavours to date.
Cognac, fresh roses and a four- course dinner curated by a Swiss chef, set the tone for a memorable evening at the launch of Gamuda Land’s loyalty programme at the Grand Hyatt, Kuala Lumpur.
CHANGING strategy midway can be a gamble, but for Gamuda Land, its maiden Australian venture – 661 Chapel St in Melbourne – has paid off handsomely. To date, the project has already achieved a 70% take-up rate.
OVER a decade ago, Vietnam was changing its focus from agriculture to an economy driven by industrial activities, and gaining traction from foreign investors.
STAYING true to key development principles in sustainability – this has been part of Gamuda Land’s DNA for more than two decades.
GAMUDA Land has pledged to uphold biodiversity and sustainability in its township developments with the launch of its Gamuda Parks initiative.
Malaysian-based developer Gamuda Land has managed to nail this, as its first foray into the Singapore market, Gem Residences, located in Toa Payoh, has had resounding success.