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KL homes are changing. The big push for smart spaces, comfort and having a home that feels like a retreat have all sparked a new urban lifestyle trend. And these have all reshaped city living today.
Taman Melawati is seen as an upcoming area with a lot of swagger and scenery. Located close to the city centre, it borders the iconic Zoo Negara and is within easy reach of many of the Klang Valley folks’ green jaunts: Bukit Tabur, Kemensah Valley Recreation and Chalet, and the Jeram waterfalls.
It is against this backdrop that Park One, Sime Darby Property’s latest feature, will debut.
The 234-unit Park One, located only next door from Melawati Mall, will be Sime Darby Property’s newest development which seeks to provide flexible, hybrid live-and-work concept in response to post-pandemic living.
UIG Architect, the architect behind Park One, has woven a thoughtful eco- and design-filled narrative that speaks to today’s homebuyers. Each home unit is laid out to enhance flexibility. There are plenty of spaces that can flow to create large communal areas for the family, or tailored for work-life living.
The interiors speak the language of healing and balancing. Neutral, warm tones transform every inch into a tranquil refuge. Yet it also provides the perfect canvas for owners to conceive urban cocooning as they wish.
The reimagining of bringing the outdoors in to promote wellness has also inspired a myriad of biophilic designs. Those with an appetite for more airy spaces will love the balcony fitted to every unit. Each looks to the green serenity of Bukit Tabur or an “epic view” of the KL city skyline.
In fact, the emphasis to invite the outdoors in and extend the urban living space as much as possible is evident in Park One’s design strategy. Multiple outdoor spaces such as a sunken lounge garden, a forest grove and a sky lounge provide the ideal space to relax and enjoy the fresh air. An outdoor barbeque pit gives a prelude to future intimate get togethers amid gorgeous, natural surroundings.
Community and connection
Residents have access to a swimming pool, jacuzzi, and an indoor gym that all add to the lifestyle feel. Families will love the thought put to welcome junior inhabitants that go beyond the usual children’s wading pool. Prep yourself for a daily tug-of-war wrestling your kids away from the waterplay area and the inviting sensory playground designed to stimulate all senses which encourages learning and development of motor skills. Children get to play and learn through exploration, curiosity, problem solving and creativity.
There are also unique spaces for social gatherings. A co-working space welcomes new traditions – one that will resonate with the work-from-home folks and remote workers. The co-working space is particularly useful if one needs a conducive environment to focus. The naturally-ventilated lobby with its serene ambiance serves as a quiet zone where you can just prop your feet for a breather before heading up home.
Another foremost idea for Park One was to have a low impact approach in its design-led amenities and to embrace sustainability. The building uses eco-labelled building materials where possible. Eco-labelling verifies eco-friendly products and services that are helping homebuilders win consumer trust, particularly in championing green efforts. Elsewhere, air-conditioning piping and a rainwater harvesting system for landscape irrigation round up the green efforts admirably. These, together with the industrialised building systems, have allowed Park One to achieve the highest standard of green building, further endearing it to eco-centric buyers.
What makes it unique
The 33-storey Park One offers the perfect proximity to various shopping, dining and grocery options. Residents can reach Melawati Mall easily. This regional lifestyle mall houses major brands such as Uniqlo, Sports Direct, Toys”R”Us, SenQ, MPH, Burger King and Village Grocer. Movie buffs can enjoy the latest blockbusters on the big screen at Golden Screen Cinemas. For even more options, KL East Mall is just a short drive away.
Melawati is also well known for being close to nature, all within a 5km radius. Nature trails, hiking, jogging, or just a stroll – there are plenty of options to enjoy the outdoors. Bukit Tabur is popular with weekend hikers that offer a commanding view of the Klang Gates Dam, Gombak Forest Reserve and of course, the city centre. Kemensah Valley Recreation and Chalet offers scenic picnic spots by the river. And then there is the Jeram mini waterfall, another favourite weekend haunt for urbanites.
The neighbourhood is also well connected enough. Three Light Railway Transit (LRT) stations serve the area, Wangsa Maju, Sri Rampai and Gombak. And here’s a fun fact: you can reach Awana Skyway in Genting Highlands by taking a bus from the Gombak LRT!
Various highways that cut across Melawati make Park One ideally situated for people who travel a lot. The area is served by established highways such as the Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2), the Duta-Ulu Kelang Expressway (DUKE), Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway (AKLEH), Kuala Lumpur Outer Ring Road (KLORR), Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Elevated Expressway (SUKE), and GentingKlang Highway.
Units are spacious, ranging from 1,027 sq ft to 1,522 sq ft built in a three- or four-bedroom configuration.
The development also offers a three-tier card access security system across the guard house, lobby area and elevator system as well as a 24-hour security patrol and CCTV cameras throughout for peace of mind.
With Park One, residents have nature close by and the city in the palm of their hands. Melawati is leading the rediscovery of the Ulu Kelang area and its transformation into an active and vibrant urban lifestyle destination. The development has been meticulously planned to not only cater to the appetite of property investors, but also propel that vision of Melawati onwards.
For those looking for blissful living and convenience, Park One is yours waiting to be discovered at Park One Melawati.