Rekindling Real Community Living.
The Goh girls & the Hong boys discuss royal succession at the Tree House.
“Why must you always be the King of the Castle?” asked Yoke Ling indignantly.
“Because I’m the oldest mah! Right?” Paul asked his brother Peter, who would actually prefer a new King, but nodded out of fraternal loyalty.
“This time I want to be the King!” piped in Yoke Fen, the youngest at 6 years old.
“You’re a girl! Girl how can be King?”
“Then I’ll be a Queeeen,” replied Yoke Fen with a dazzling smile.
Robert & Soo Yin
met at the Spice Garden.
They still do.
Robert’s heart skipped a beat. It happens every time he saw Soo Yin from Block B2.
She smiled shyly as she approached him. “Hi,” she greeted. “Hi,” he replied.
“Um… do you want to… go for a walk?”
She nodded. And put her hand in his.
As he led her away, he briefly felt sorry to leave the Spice Garden. After all, that was where they first met.
Raju & Badrul learned a “new” game at the Rooftop Garden.
“…and then you catch the other stones like this,” said Mrs Tan as she showed the game of batu seremban to Badrul and Raju, her neighbour’s children. “Now you try.”
Raju tried it and fumbled. The stones flew all over the wood floor, and Badrul hooted with laughter.
“Aunty, can skip level onnot?”
Kids these days, mused Mrs Tan to herself.
Mr Selvam meets a
fellow bookworm at
the Community Library.
“You like that book?”
She looked up from the comic book she was reading. An older Indian man was smiling at her.
“That was mine. I donated it to this library.”
“I’m glad you did,” she said with a smile. “I like it a lot.”
“I’m Selvam, from Block C,” “Lee, from Bliock A.” They shook hands.
“Oh by the way, sorry about page 52. That was my grandson fooling around with his father’s marker pens…”
Mrs Liew satisfies
a little boy’s curiosity
about the Eco-pool.
“Aunty, why is it called the Eco-Pool?”
Mrs Liew looked up nd saw a 9-year-old boy, looking at her expectantly.
“Well, when it rains, we collect it and keep it here, so we can use it again. That way we save water.”
The boy nods sagely. “Ooooh I seeee. Thanks Aunty!”
He runs off.
What a brave and friendly little boy, Mrs Liew thought with a smile. Must remember to get his name next time.
Keong finds three
great excuses to spend
all day at the Podium.
Keong laughed loudly to himself.
“Wei, what you laughing at laa?”
He looked up. His pretty neighbours Nita and Nisha had noticed him, sitting under a tree with his iPad.
Grinning from ear to ear, he beckoned them over, and showed them the video he had downloaded on the Podium’s free Wi-Fi - which got them loudly guffawing too.
And as he had prepared a long, long playlist of videos, the girls decided to sit with him and watch them all – much to his delight.
The heartwarming reunion
of Puan Rosnah and her
favourite childhood food.
Puan Rosnah gasped. “Is that what I think it is?”
Her neighbor Mrs Goh had just stepped out onto Puan Rosnah’s balcony, where the potluck party was getting started. Mrs Goh’s contribution was in the pot she held out before her.
“You like Sarawak laksa? I made it myself.”
If it weren’t for the pot, Puan Rosnah would have hugged Mrs Goh. “I haven’t had it in years and years and years!”
Mr Goh gets bankrupted by his neighbours in the Games Room.
Mr Goh rolled the dice. “Ten,” he said, and started moving his piece ten squres.
“Market Street,” said Mr Johnson. “No,” replied Mr Goh. Eight, seven…
“Market Street!” asserted Mr Johnson’s son Badrul.
“No!” insisted Mr Goh. Five, four…
“Market Street!!” cheered everyone. “Noooo!!” cried Mr Goh as he landed on Market Street.
Badrul owns two hotels there.
Mrs Ting & Mrs Khoo
at the Yoga Deck…
supposedly doing yoga.
Mrs Ting and Mrs Khoo are already on the Yoga Deck at exactly 6 o’clock in the evening. They’re dressed for exercise. But they are not doing any.
At 6.02pm, Mr Henderson comes jogging by on the Jogging Track.
“Hi Mrs Ting, Mrs Khoo.”
“Hiiii Mr Hendersooon,” both ladies coo.
And after he’s gone, they turn to each other. “So, same time tomorrow?”
Encik Rizal at the Jogging Track,
over-estimating his fitness level.
Encik Rizal had finished his run just ahead of his neighbour Joyce. She could only nod feebly while struggling to catch her breath.
“Not enough exercise lah tu,” chuckled Encik Rizal, who can run one entire circuit of the Jogging Track and is very
proud of it.
“Ya lah, can only do 3 laps so far,” she panted.
Encik Rizal’s smile disappeared. He made a mental note to attempt 3 laps next time. Okay, maybe two.
ABOUT O2 RESIDENCE
Where home is
Located in the heart of Puchong South, O2 Residence is a modern integrated serviced neighbourhood with a unique concept: it’s not just a place to live, it’s a community. It’s designed to rekindle that old familiar sense of neighbourliness, harking back to a time when everyone knew each other’s names, visited each other’s homes, played together and lived together. Here in O2 Residence, home is more than just four walls.
6 blocks – 508 serviced apartment units
- Block A – 15 stories / 90 units
- Block C – 12 stories / 84 units
- Block B1 – 11 stories / 66 units
- Block B2 – 12 stories / 96 units
- Block D1 – 16 stories / 120 units
- Block D2 – 16 stories / 52 units
- Unit floor size – ranges from 1,000 ft2 - 2,600 ft2
- Total O2 Residence area – 13.54 acres
- Total O2 City mixed development area – 64.33 acres
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Perfect Eagle Development was established in 2002, and in 10 short years already possesses an impressive track record. Successful projects such as Dataran Pandan Prima – Amber Avenue and Taman Alam Sutera - Aquila have earned PED recognition in the Klang Valley property market and the trust of investors and buyers. PED aims to be a property developer that is known for being progressive, community-centric and promotes sustainable living. We implement tried-and-tested technologies that encourage cost efficiency and has a positive impact on the environment. Our commitment to tomorrow’s needs as well as today’s is reflected in our bid for international green initiative accreditation. Our goal is also to build living spaces that foster a true sense of community living. Our latest project, O2 City, embodies this in its many indoor and outdoor facilities that are conducive to social interaction amongst residents and neighbours. And their peace of mind is provided by non-intrusive safety and security features. Above all, our primary focus is to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations. Our projects distinguish themselves through their quality and innovation – in their strict adherence to building standards, and in their progressive designs that add to a better quality of life. All of which are evident in O2 City.
Green as far as
the eye can see.
Life in O2 Residence is more akin to living in a park than a residential development. No less than 1,000 trees planted throughout its 13.54 acres provide abundant greenery that reduces the “heat island” effect and creates a soothing garden environment. The landscape has been uniquely designed to marry structure and environment in natural harmony, particularly in the Podium communal area. And all gated and guarded by 24-hour security.
It wouldn’t be a community without spaces for people to interact and socialise. And O2 Residence has more than most – facilities for exercise, recreation, education, play, or simple relaxation. The Podium sits above the vehicle access and car park floors, allowing children to run and play without fear of oncoming traffic. And there is even Wi-Fi there, allowing residents to surf the internet outdoors and chat with their neighbours at the same time.
- Swimming Pool
- Wading Pool
- Bubbling Pool/Water
- Yoga Deck
- Tai Chi Zone
- Chess Zone
- Children’s Playground
- Tree House
- Sand Pit
- Bicycle Trail
- Reflexology Trail
- Jogging Track
- Herb & Spice Garden
- Garden Pavilion
- BBQ Area
- Audio & Video Room
- Community Library
- Games Room
- Music Room
- Recycle Area
- Outdoor Activity Area
A home that’s
as unique as you.
The extra-spacious living and dining areas encourage residents to have greater face-to-face interaction with each other, in apartment units that have elegantly curved layouts created by the buildings’ flowing, organic architecture. This also produces one of O2 Residence’s most unique features: the over 200 different variations in balcony shapes and sizes. However, each unit’s balcony is also designed to be spacious, making it the perfect place to relax or entertain guests in the fresh air.
O2 Residence isn’t just green on the outside. It incorporates several environmentally friendly design features, such as a rainwater harvesting system that incorporates an Eco-Pool and optimises water conservation. As well as a natural ventilation system that cools each building whilst minimising energy consumption. Each block is also designed to let in plenty of natural sunlight, while solar panels on the roofs further ease the burden of electrical bills. Even in its construction, O2 Residence has sustainability in mind. The paint used is low in harmful VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) that emit greenhouse gases and causes long-term health problems. In recognition of such features, O2 Residence will be doubly certified with the BCA Green Mark and the Green Building Index as a true green development.
It’s already being called the Golden Triangle of the Southern Corridor, and Puchong South is right in the middle of it. It is easily accessible via the South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE), Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP), Maju Expressway (MEX), the North-South Expressway Central Link (ELITE), Besraya Highway, Lebuhraya Shah Alam (KESAS), the Kajang Silk Highway and the newly proposed Serdang-Kinrara-Putrajaya Expressway (SKIP). A host of amenities are also conveniently nearby for any and every need.
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