KUALA LUMPUR: Gamuda Land recently launched Horizon Mall, a 150,000 square foot neighborhood mall featuring nature-inspired architecture and a diverse range of lifestyle offerings.
The property developer said the mall aims to serve as a convenient one-stop destination, catering to needs such as grocery shopping, family dining at a variety of restaurants, clinic visits, and other essential services.
Chief operating officer of project operations Wong Siew Lee said over the years, the group has 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,” she said in a statement.
According to Wong, the mall is conveniently located across from Invictus International School, which currently has over 600 students and aims to grow to 1,500.
She said 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.