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Gamuda Land unveils 12 tenants for Quayside Plaza

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 19): Gamuda Land on Thursday signed memorandum of understanding (MOU) with 12 tenants for its upcoming Quayside Plaza in its twentyfive7 township development located in Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor.
The 12 tenants are Jihun Korean Fried Chicken, My BurgerLab, BarTailor, Chinese traditional herbal jelly and tea vendor Koong Woh Tong, beauty and collagen drink company Kinohimitsu, Anytime Fitness, Regen Healthcare, children’s toy store Alilo, swimming school Optimum Train Global, drama school Blubricks, Ace Edventure, and STEM programme center Robothink.
Spanning 4.23 acres, Quayside Plaza houses 10 pods and 22 double-storey shop office units with a standard built-up area of 3,186 sq ft. The retail hub is slated for completion in April 2024.
Speaking at the MOU signing ceremony held at the twentyfive7 experience gallery on Thursday (Oct 19), Gamuda Land twentyfive7 general manager Suzan Ong stated that Quayside Plaza aims to fill in the gaps surrounding the township.
“The strong demand for commercial units proves our confidence in the vibrancy of twentyfive7. With the introduction of Quayside Plaza, demand has continued to be strong [and] we are currently in talks with [other] businesses from the education and F&B sectors (to add more tenants),” she added.
Located in Kota Kemuning, twentyfive7 is a 257-acre integrated township development with a gross development value of RM4.2 billion. It is accessible through five major highways, namely Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS), The North–South Expressway Central Link (ELITE), South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE), Kemuning — Shah Alam Highway (LKSA), and an upcoming highway named West Coast Expressway (WCE).
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