ISKANDAR MALAYSIA – Malaysia’s Top Developer, Gamuda Land recently introduced Horizon Mall – a 150,000 sq ft neighbourhood lifestyle mall with biophilic architectural design that enhances the already vibrant and flourishing community of Horizon Hills. The mall will bring an exciting mix of lifestyle offerings to the community, and aims to be a one-stop destination to satisfy their needs such as grocery runs, family meals at a wide range of restaurants, clinic visits and a host of other conveniences and services.
Key anchor tenants include Village Grocer and Starbucks that will feature a convenient drivethrough service for patrons to purchase their beverages and treats with ease. Other well-known F&B operators include Llao Llao and ChaTra Mue alongside a host of convenience and lifestyle offerings like Jungle Gym – all of which are set to open its doors when the mall is fully operational in 2026.
Other notable brands who have expressed significant interest include Loud Speaker, Padi House and ZUS Coffee, underscoring their confidence in Gamuda Land’s thoughtful masterplan as a catalyst to elevate their businesses and add to the overall vibrancy of the Horizon Hills township.
“Over the years, we have seen Horizon Hills flourish and transform, with a growing desire for a neighbourhood mall that can fulfil the community’s needs. Integrating a neighbourhood mall has long been a central element of our development plan. As we near the completion of our township, the timing is ripe to actualise this vision which will not only serve the immediate population of 20,000 within Horizon Hills, but also the broader 250,000 from neighbouring townships,” said Wong Siew Lee, Chief Operating Officer of Project Operations.
Thoughtfully designed to be integrated seamlessly with the township’s ample community gathering places such as parks and pocket gardens, it encourages neighbours to spend time outdoors and get to know their neighbours. Furthermore, it is located next to the established Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club, comprising an 18-hole golf course, Olympic-size swimming pool, tennis and badminton courts, clubhouse and much more, catering to its 6,400 members, facilitating foot traffic to the mall upon opening.
In complementing these community gathering spaces, the mall will embrace a biophilic design, characterised by ample natural lighting, sunshine and fresh air, creating an inviting atmosphere for the community and enhancing the overall connection and accessibility of the space with nature.
Wong emphasised the evolution of curated neighbourhood lifestyle centres into vibrant hubs that nurture stronger community ties, making them highly attractive to prospective tenants. The attractiveness is underscored by the mall’s sustainable, pedestrian-friendly design, strategically positioned in a burgeoning neighbourhood, complemented by a mature community and surrounded by abundant nature and ready and mature facilities and amenities.
The mall is conveniently located across from Invictus International School, which currently has over 600 students and aims to grow to 1,500. This guarantees a steady flow of students and parents passing by during school drop-offs and pick-ups. Additionally, its close proximity to Horizon Square, a bustling commercial hub comprising 78 retail and commercial lots which are fully sold, further enhances its attractiveness.
Horizon Mall is actively engaging with potential partners and interested tenants, with the mall’s focus in curating a quality tenant mix that resonates with and enriches the community convenience experience. Tenants range from artisanal cafes, restaurants, health and fitness providers, education and essential service providers. For more information on leasing opportunities, contact 07-232 3433 or visit www.horizonhills.com.my/horizon-mall.