Then in 2002, we pioneered the concepts of strata titled bungalows and created a cluster of resort like units to complement and blend into natural habitat. These were called the Garden Villas.
These 31 unites were sold at RM 287 to RM 345/sq ft and when handed over in early 2004 (a year ahead of schedule) prices soared to RM 415/sq ft for the triple storey and RM 380/ sq ft for the double storey units.
The cluster like formation of the Garden Villas support their naming after Asian dances. the INANG, the social dance with colourful scarves, the ZAPIN is a dance, performed by males in pairs and the MASRI, is dance with tambourines.
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Based in Paris, FIABCI is a worldwide network of professional experts in the property industry. Operating chapters in 52 member countries, embracing 3,600 individual members, 104 different national associations, as well as 16 academic members, 3 public sector members and 1 multinational member, FIABCI links thousands of real estate professionals worldwide representing every discipline in the industry.
Organised by Malaysia Ministry of Housing & Local Government with the co-operation of National Landscape Department, State Government, Local Authority and District Office, this landscaping competition programme focuses primarily on the nation’s development and progress for ideally sustainable, eco-friendly developments; encouraging the implementation of natural flora and fauna so as to improve the residents’ quality of life.
In 1977, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture was established to enhance the understanding and appreciation of Islamic culture through architecture. Functioning as a search body that recognises examples of architectural excellence, Aga Khan encompassed concerns as varied as contemporary design, social housing, community and development, restoration, re-use and area conservation as well as landscaping and environmental issues.
Organised every three years, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture is also governed by a Steering Committee chaired by His Highness Aga Khan. It is considered to be the largest architectural award in the world, with prizes totalling up to US$ 500,000. Projects are presented and selected by an independent master jury. Over these eight cycles, ninety nine building projects were recognised. This award is a true symbol of achievement.
The QLASSIC (Quality Assessment System in Construction Work) score is given by the CIDB (Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia).
The assessment is carried out through systematic site inspections and using the principles of "first time impression". It is an independent method to assess and evaluate the quality of workmanship and finishes of building projects based on approved standards.
95% of our residents and owners have overall rated us between extremely satisfied and satisfied.
The distinguished newspaper The Malaysian Reserve consider Gita Bayu not as just another address, but as
a development tailor-made for the most discerning home owners.
The Property Award 2012 was given to Gita Bayu for The Best Bespoke Address by YSH Sdn Bhd.