Life Emerges Beautifully In Bangsar South’s Laurel Residence

27 Jan 2022

Life Emerges Beautifully In Bangsar South’s Laurel Residence

Bangsar South is evolution embodied. Sitting on previously rural land, the 60-acre township is a rising urban metropolis designed to improve the livelihood of its community.

It is known for its well-integrated residential, commercial and leisure components upholding many Grade-A office towers, high-rise residences and retail and food and beverage (F&B) outlets. And the best part of this development is its incorporation of the natural reserves that came before it.

Bangsar South is, in other words, a bustling economic epicentre. A self-sustaining ecosystem of this pedigree calls for radical minds to call it home. For this reason, UOA is introducing Laurel Residence, a luxurious new condominium designed for life to emerge beautifully.

Here are the reasons why you should build the life of your dreams in a home at Laurel Residence, Bangsar South.


1. Modern and luxurious architecture

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The most immediate appeal of Laurel Residence is its modern and zen-inspired architecture. The property features 42 storeys of ultra-polished units ranging from 495 to 903 square feet (sq ft) in two elegant towers.

Featuring a myriad of functional and aesthetically pleasing elements, Laurel Residence offers a truly welcoming experience to residents and visitors alike as they step into its breathtaking grand lobby.

The central area opens up to various other communal spaces, including the pool lounge, meticulously landscaped gardens, walkaways, and cosy alcoves.


2. Dual key concept

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The hallmark of modern living at Laurel Residence is the dual key concept that UOA  has incorporated as part of its safety and security measures.

In short, a dual key condominium combines two or more units under one title. This way, title owners can enjoy the privacy of separate units (each with an individual bedroom and en suite bathroom), and the convenience of shared common areas such as the main entrance, living area and kitchen.

This dual key concept provides aspiring homeowners with the flexibility to own a unit and split the property usage based on their individual needs and preferences.


3. Partially furnished layout

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Laurel Residence homeowners can enjoy the benefits of partially furnished units. Upon moving in, they can expect to have a kitchen equipped with cabinets along with a hob and hood, air conditioner, water heater and shower screen.

There are six types of layouts to choose from:


Size (sq ft)


Type A


1 + 1 bedrooms
One bathroom

Type B


Two bedrooms
One bathroom

Type C


Two bedrooms
One bathroom

Type D


Three bedrooms
Two bathrooms

Type D1


Three bedrooms
Two bathrooms

Type E


Three bedrooms
Two bathrooms

Each unit at this residence property comes with ONE (1) car park bay.

4. Well-planned recreational enjoyment

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When owning a home here, residents are given unlimited access to the property’s beautiful pools, which come equipped with a signature pool lounge, complemented by the sun and splash decks.

The health-conscious and fit will be amazed to find that the property comes with a fully equipped gymnasium, a hydrotherapy spa and a unique Zen deck for yoga activities.

Residents with a penchant for entertaining will find the games room, two function rooms, multi-purpose hall and vast BBQ pit particularly useful for gatherings and large events.


5. Seamless convenience

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It almost goes without saying that to live at Laurel Residence is to have access to Bangsar South’s enviable amenities. Laurel Residence homeowners can enjoy convenient access to Nexus, Bangsar South via the all-ready pedestrian walkway. There are also more than 50 F&B outlets within short walking distance to explore and choose from.

Bangsar South is easily accessible via Federal Highway, New Pantai Expressway (NPE), SPRINT Highway and Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP), as well as the upcoming Setiawangsa-Pantai Expressway (SPE).

It is also flanked by two LRT stations – Universiti Station and Kerinchi Station – within walking distance for commuting convenience.

In addition, the Bangsar South community is served by a complimentary shuttle service with designated pick up and drop off points for convenient access within the development.

The property is also located close to three major universities: University of Malaya, University of Malaya Medical School and MAHSA University.


6. Health and wellness access

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Living in Laurel Residence enables a city lifestyle that is close to nature. Residents will be delighted to know that Bangsar South’s 6-acre award-winning central park is a mere 120-metre walk from the property while the nearby Bukit Gasing Forest Reserve is only a short drive away (approximately 800 metres).

Professional medical help is also within reach 24/7 in case of medical emergencies. Hospitals close to the property are Cengild Medical Centre (140 metres), Life Care Diagnostic Medical Centre (300 metres), Pantai Medical Centre (2.6 kilometres), Universiti Malaya Medical Centre (3.1 kilometres) and Universiti Malaya Specialist Centre (4.1 kilometres).


Experience the exclusivity of Bangsar South today

Life Emerges Beautifully In Bangsar South’s Laurel Residence

For more information on the property’s range of home units or to view them in person, please visit UOA’s dedicated website or reach a property agent via +603 2282 9993.

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