Park Place by ParkCity Group over 86% sold

An elegant facade view of Park Place

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Homebuyers are queueing up at Desa ParkCity's show gallery early in the morning to choose the best units. (Photo by ParkCity)

KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 28): Park Place in Desa ParkCity township by ParkCity Group saw a take-up rate of over 86% during its priority sales event last weekend.

“We are glad that Park Place has received an overwhelming response from the market. We have continued to listen to our customers and loyalists to meet their needs and wants. With the current market and the value proposition of Park Place, the prices are really compelling,” says its CEO Datuk Joseph Lau in a press statement.

Sitting on a 4.55-acre freehold parcel, the RM770 million condominium development will have 537 units. The built-up is between 1,109 and 4,047 sq ft with two to four bedrooms.

There will be five types of units catered for individual homebuyers, young couples and growing families. Types A, B, C and D are priced between RM900,000 and RM2.2 million while Type E, with limited units of five duplexes, starts from RM2.9 million.

Facilities that will be offered in the 54-storey Park Place include gym, barbecue area, children’s pool and an infinity Olympic-size swimming pool, which will be located at Level 8.

On Levels 41 and 42, there will be a 20,000 sq ft Sky Garden. It is designed as an extension of home that provides spaces for work, relaxation, learning and social mingling.

The Sky Garden will be divided into two sections — Active Hall and Passive Hall. The former is a space where one discovers or creates new experiences by socialising, having family gatherings and watching movies. The latter is for activities such as private tuition sessions, drawing, reading and private office meetings; a space where one goes for some solitude or to recollect one’s thoughts.

Slated to be completed in 2024, Park Place is located between Central Park and upcoming Town Square Park. The development is also a short distance away from The Waterfront, a retail centre, and Plaza Arkadia.

Wong King Wai