About Desa ParkCity (DPC)
Besides its luxurious amenities, the Desa ParkCity offers the nostalgic effects of belonging to a real community.
Here, residents have a strong sense of place while aligns with age-old morals and wholesome family values.
Therefore, it is a fine blend of contemporary housing concepts and a communal atmosphere to offer residents and visitors a vibrant and extraordinary atmosphere. It is a fascinating township aimed at giving residents the foundations to foster family, community, and neighbourhood connections.
It’s no wonder Desa ParkCity is one of the hottest developing townships. Its location was previously known as a barren mine site, about north of Kampung Penchala and Taman Tun Dr. Ismail and to the south of Bandar Manjalara in Kepong. The area was acquired as a 191ha freehold tract in 1999 by ParkCity Group and launched in 2002.
The first neighbourhood revealed to the public was Nadia Parkhomes, and constructions began in the same year. The Desa ParkCity Township has over 35,000 people and about 7,270 residential units such as The BreezeWay. There are over five upcoming developments in the area, although about 21 residential neighbourhoods have been completed. The site also boasts schools, worship centres, a community centre, an exclusive RM30 million clubhouse, two business parks, an 18ha mixed-use commercial belt, and many others.
It’s a complete, self-sustaining township, where residents swear by the fascinating amount of conveniences. They rarely have to leave the development; they have almost everything needed right there.
Residents can also enjoy the Plaza Arkadia, which offers entertainment, office spaces, and F & B options, alongside other significant landmarks such as The Waterfront. This is why Desa ParkCity is regarded as one of the most vibrant liveable regions in Kuala Lumpur, which is quite rare and unique for an enormous master-palled township within the capital.
The region’s layout and housing concept are genuinely contemporary while promoting walkability, lavish landscaping, and easy access to retail, entertainment, and other service offerings. Regarding connectivity, residents can use major expressways and highways such as the Damansara-Puchong Expressway 2 Highway and Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP). Using the Damansara Puchong Expressway 2 Highway, residents can reach Kuala Lumpur city in about 30 minutes. Residents can also use the LDP to reach The Curve, 1 Utama, and IKEA Damansara in just 10 minutes.
Furthermore, Dutamas and Mont’Kiara are just 15-minutes away from the township, which is why it has become popular among expatriates within the last few years.