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Rent and Sale Prices in Desa Parkcity
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Price per Square Foot in Desa Parkcity
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Desa ParkCity is a modern township located approximately 30 minutes away on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur central business district. Covering 473 acres of freehold land, Desa ParkCity was an abandoned quarry site with ravines, ridges, a hillock and part of its secondary forest in between Bandar Manjalara of Kepong, Kampung Penchala and Taman Tun Dr Ismail. Due to its prime location, it has caught the interest of many homebuyers and investors alike, especially the middle-income households since its first launching in 2002.
Developed by a boutique developer, Perdana ParkCity -- a subsidiary of Sarawak-based Samling Group, Desa ParkCity pioneered the concept of New Urbanism in the Malaysian property landscape by creating a visionary master-planned community. The success of Desa ParkCity goes back to 1999, a year after the 1997/98 Asian financial crisis, when the group CEO saw huge potentials in the wasteland. Due to its successful brand integration with attractive components of upscale contemporary living: residential, commercial, educational, leisure and entertainment, the concept is now being emulated in two other ParkCity’s development in Miri, Sarawak and Hanoi, Vietnam.
Amenities and facilities
Staying true to its concept as a park city, the township holds three major attractions besides residential neighbourhoods and commercial spaces. The Waterfront, the Central Park and The ParkCity Club offer a wholesome living experience for the community of this self-contained township.
The Waterfront is a 45-acre iconic retail entertainment centre of Desa ParkCity. This commercial area is one of ParkCity’s biggest price boosters, which comprises a supermarket and eateries.
To promote a closer-to-nature lifestyle, the Central Park offers tree-lined paths for residents to enjoy. It also features a picturesque lake, children’s playground complete with childproof play equipment and a man-made stream for residents to relax and unwind beside. There is a nine-foot wide jogging path for residents who enjoy outdoor activities, surrounding the lake and inter-connected to all the neighbourhoods in Desa ParkCity.
The ParkCity Club is a RM60 million exclusive private clubhouse for Desa ParkCity residents. The clubhouse boasts tropical architecture and excellent sporting facilities like synthetic grass tennis courts, badminton courts within a multi-purpose hall, an Olympic-length lap pool, an ample-sized leisure pool and two children’s fun pools.
One of the main facilities available is a FIFA-size soccer field and two floodlit basketball courts within its huge Desa ParkCity’s Sports Center.
The International School @ Desa ParkCity with its primary and secondary schools, as well as public schools in the area, provide high quality educational options for the community. A private healthcare facility, ParkCity Medical Centre, offers state-of-the-art full inpatient and outpatient medical surgical services, advanced diagnostics and 24-hour emergency services. This winning combination is perfect for those looking for a luxurious lifestyle surrounded with a complete range of amenities and facilities of international standards.
Accessibility and transportation
Directly linked to several major highways such as the LDP Highway, the Middle Ring Road 2 and the Penchala Link, Desa ParkCity is highly accessible with good connectivity. It takes only a short 15-minute drive to Mont’Kiara, 20 minutes to Damansara Heights and 25 minutes to the Petaling Jaya conurbation.
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