St Regis is a luxurious and posh condominium development located along Jalan Damansara, nearby KL Sentral. Neighbouring residences includes Suasana Sentral Condominium, Suasana Sentral Loft, Nu Sentral, and Q Sentral.
St Regis consists of a 6-star hotel at the lower floors and serviced residence at the top floors. It offers 208 residence units, and is built over 2.2 acres site. The smallest residence unit has 1 room and a bathroom, within its spacious 766 sf or 820 sf studio apartment. The biggest unit spans over 4,253 sf and has 3 bedrooms, 1 gym room and 1 maid room. Each unit also comes with a parking bay.
A short drive to Bangsar shop lots and Brickfileds promises large array of food and beverage outlets, banks as well as Bangsar Village shopping centre. Nearby school nearby includes SMK La Salle and SRKT Vivekananda. For recreational purpose, residents may visit the KL Lake garden, which is located just opposite the building.
St Regis offers great accessibility and connectivity to almost any destination in Kuala Lumpur and the airport, as it is located in the heart of the new central business district of KL Sentral. It is one of the most coveted locations in the state due to its close proximity to Malaysia’s largest transportation hub, which boasts 8 rail systems and multiple highways and expressways.
St Regis is developed by One IFC, a joint venture between CMY Capital and Malaysia Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB). CMY Capital is wholly owned by prominent businessman Tan Sri Chua Ma Yu, while MRCB is the master developer of KL Sentral.
Due to its strategic location as well as its accessibility, St Regis would be a highly sought after property. However, considering few other similar residences in the same area such as Q Sentral and Suasana Sentral Loft on top of existing business districts around it, one will expect some congestion within KL Sentral area as well as its existing routes, which they may share with the rest of Bangsar residents. However, residents of St Regis may easily escape from the congestion by opting for public transportation, which hub is just 7 minutes stroll away from its lobby.