Damansara Uptown comprises several blocks of 4-storey commercial blocks. Most of the units have been refurnished and some of them have been renovated with modern facade with lifts. Among the renovated ones are called Uptown 37. Besides shop-offices, there are also four corporate office towers located at the centre of Damansara Uptown, named Uptown 1 to 7.
There is a multi-storey car park besides Uptown 1 tower. There are also three open car park areas located at the centre of this commercial centre. Adding to that, there is a famous food court nestled within the car park complex called Uptown Hawkers. This food court hosts aplenty of cuisines ranging from local traditional dishes such as satay and nasi lemak, to western dishes including mouth-watering grilled lamb chop and chicken chop.
There are many established businesses nestled within the shop-offices. Almost all bank branches can be found here including Maybank, CIMB, Public Bank, RHB Bank, Bank Rakyat, Bank Simpanan Nasional, AmBank, OCBC Bank, Standard Chartered, HSBC and UOB Bank. Restaurants and cafes in the area include Old Town Kopitiam, Pappa Rich Kopitiam, McDonald’s, Killeney Kopitiam, Subway, Vicchuda Thai Restaurant and Secret Recipe to name a few. There are also 3 7-Eleven outlets and one KK Mart convenience store.
Damansara Uptown enjoys great accessibility via major arterial roads including New Klang Valley Expressway, Damansara – Puchong Highway and Sprint Highway. The nearest LRT station is Taman Bahagia RapidKL LRT Station which is about 7 minutes away. It is strategically located approximately 5 minutes driving to TTDI, Bandar Utama and Tropicana. It is about 15 minutes drive to Subang Jaya, Damansara Heights and Bangsar.
The main concern of Damansara Uptown is the lack of car park bays. The area is too crowded and the car parks available are not sufficient to support crowds into the area. Even though Damansara Uptown is built with a multi-storey car park and has 3 open car park bays, these car park bays are normally full with season clients who are employees in the area. Due to this matter, most people double park and park their cars by the roadsides. MBPJ officers always make a round trip and issue summon to these illegal car parking.
Damansara Uptown is dubbed as one of the best and most successful commercial centre in the Klang Valley. It is a good place to start a business to pull crowds and suitable for beauty and F&B businesses as well as showrooms and training centres. The area itself has a working population of 30,000 people.