Jade Hills is one prime example of Gamuda Land’s commitment towards creating a town where the community enjoys long-term sustainable value in terms of a lasting good quality of life and good capital growth.
These are derived from towns and developments at good locations, well master-planned with sustainable green environment, great gathering places that bring the community together and, facilities and amenities that meet their needs.
A Decade Of Good Town-Making
Ten years since its conceptualisation, Jade Hills in Kajang, Selangor, has flourished into a self-contained, premium, low density “town” with a focus on green living environment. It has an average density of only four units per acre, featuring “resort-style” living in the city.
“We came here 10 years ago, and we thought hard about what will make this place unique,” said Jade Hills general manager Jarrod Ting.
“To us, it’s really about mindful planning, and to be able to bring all the components together thoughtfully. Like how we lay out the parks and gardens to give it a personality, with lush canopies and willows by the lake, and how we make useful living places, with rooms laid out to have more space and natural lighting and long driveways for when friends drop in.
“When people begin to move in, they’ll experience a real difference. They’ll get a feel for the place and they’ll want to be a part of it.”