GETTING the places right to make it work is an ideal that has become part of Gamuda Land’s planning principles, and one imparted into its twentyfive.7 mixed development with The Buzz.ar which is open to all and sundry.
A township is like a house. It can be filled with families, friends, and even strangers clustered into one living space.
A community, on the other hand, is like a home – albeit on a larger scale.
Regardless of whether you know each other or are a group of unfamiliar people gathered in a place, a bond is formed through experiences together.
No longer simply a roof over your head, rather it is transformed into a place that keeps you looking out for one another, brings people closer together, and one in which you can go back to basic living and learn to look out for one another.
It is what Gamuda Land embraced: “placemaking” – developing thoughtful relationships among people in each of their townships through community spaces, in this case The Buzz.ar.
According to twentyfive.7 general manager Chu Wai Lune, all Gamuda Land developments have such community spaces.
“Being a responsible town-maker, we want to create places that people will call home, want to be a part of, to grow up and even grow old in.
“We mindfully plan every detail of our towns, and to do it right, we invest upfront to ensure strong foundations, not just in terms of brick and mortar.
“To us, a town is a community. Built with that in mind, and in respect of nature, it involves services, connectivity, infrastructure, landscapes and softscapes,” explains Chu