On the banks of the Central Lake in the highly acclaimed neighbourhood of Desa ParkCity, Park Regent is quickly becoming one of the most desirable addresses in Kuala Lumpur.
A township in west Kuala Lumpur, award-winning Desa ParkCity offers residents a seductive combination of nature, convenience, connectivity, and community. With its architecturally alluring homes, vibrant landscaping, world-class amenities, lakes, and parks, it’s no wonder it’s considered the most liveable neighbourhood in Kuala Lumpur.
In the heart of this highly coveted district, Park Regent is a new and prestigious 5.6-acre development, consisting of two striking towers and 505 freehold units. These spacious and tastefully finished residences were designed by Serie+Multiply architects with landscapes by Coen Design Int’l and interiors by celebrity interior designer Peter Tay, and have been fully optimised for life at home.
Whether you’re connecting with family, resting after a long day in the office, or entertaining guests at home, Park Regent offers outstanding green surroundings, exceptional facilities, and every aspect of the development has been primed for recharging and relaxing — an oasis of tranquility.
Park Regent is situated close to dining and retail destinations, schools, a medical centre, and within easy access of nearby business districts, including the Petronas Twin Towers, making it a top choice for families, young professionals, and empty-nesters alike.
For multigenerational families or those who prefer living large, larger luxury units are still available to buy, including four-bedroom apartments at 4,887 square feet (454 metres), each offering ample space and refined functionality.
Residents reach their homes first through the elegant Park Regent lobby, with its lanterned atrium and intricate latticed metalwork and mood lighting, and a dedicated private lift lobby for larger units where there’s also a useful dedicated storage room.
Inside the luxury apartments, floor-to-ceiling windows stretch the length of the walls, capturing natural light and framing the exquisite views. Gorgeously appointed dry kitchens with oven, fridge and cooker hood and hob are matched by expansive double balconies with plenty of space for plants and a dining table.
Indeed, these balconies, with their stunning vistas of Desa ParkCity, are more than just extensions of the living space. They are rooms in their own right—open-air and perfect for dinner parties on balmy evenings, below a canopy of stars.
Thanks to Peter Tay’s expert eye, the interiors are a vision of understated modernism with the occasional touch of the unexpected, such as treated steel ceilings in the living rooms, reflecting light from the balcony into the rest of the apartment.
Master bedrooms feature walk-in wardrobes while the bathrooms are thoughtfully designed with quality materials. There are also maid rooms and a video intercom system from residential units to the guardhouse.
Park Regent offers its residents access to a multitude of luxury resort-like facilities, designed with exceptional attention to detail to form inspiring yet functional indoors and outdoors spaces that truly elevate the living experience of the residents. Facilities at the Sky Gardens, on the rooftop of each tower, and the infinity pool overlooking the Central Lake, offer residents the best views of the lush greenery surrounding the property.
Park Regent’s already highly sought-after homes are predicted to appreciate in value over time as the desirability of living by the scenic waters of Desa ParkCity Lake only grows.
Park Regent is designed to provide exceptional living standards with spacious and thoughtfully designed homes and the finest views of Desa ParkCity. Nearby parks, dining and retail outlets at The Waterfront neighbourhood mall and Plaza Arkadia, complemented with ParkCity Medical Centre managed by Ramsay Sime Darby Hospital and international schools, make it the ideal address for families and individuals alike.
And Desa ParkCity is also incredibly well-connected, accessible via the Middle Ring Road, Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong, Penchala Link, and DUKE 2, while public transport options include taxis, Rapid KL buses, the Bandar Utama MRT, and the future MRT 3 line.
Is Park Regent the golden ticket to holistic, luxury living in Kuala Lumpur? We think it just might be.