Bangsar South

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Bangsar South is an integrated property development project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The ongoing 60-acre (240,000 m2) development is undertaken by UOA Holdings Berhad, who had acquired the land once known as Kampung Kerinchi (Kerinchi Village) back in 2005. The site is located near close to Menara Telekom and the Mid Valley Megamall, between Kuala Lumpur city and Petaling Jaya. Other notable landmarks in the vicinity include the Angkasapuri building and the University of Malaya. Existing residential projects in the immediate vicinity consist of affordable apartments and flats such as Vista Angkasa apartments, Kampung Kerinchi and Sri Angkasa flats. The Bangsar South project will feature several modern office towers, mid to high-end condominiums, as well as retail and commercial spaces.

Prior to construction, the developer had in 2007, carried out upgrading works in Kampung Kerinchi, which saw the widening of the main access road, new pedestrian walkways constructed and landscaping works, in attempts to rejuvenate and enhance the once unattractive area.[1][2]


Menara LifeCare is the medical center there to meet the needs of residents and was fully operational since mid-2012.

Specialist providers in their center are such as;


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