The Scott Garden is a mixed residential-commercial development comprising condominium, shop-lot, hypermarket and retail units. This vibrant development can be easily spotted along Old Klang Road and is just mere minutes away from Mid Valley City.
Completed somewhere in 2011, it features a 3-level lifestyle retail plaza that covers approximately 495,262 sf of shops and offices. It also offers a total of 100 retail lots and Tesco as its anchor tenant to serve the residents and nearby community.
The condominium, famously known as The Scott Soho, comprises 3 tower blocks which consist of small-unit apartments with each of them has a built-up size ranges from 775 sf to 1,905 sf. There are 6 types of layout to choose from with the standard 775sf unit comes with 1+1 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The Tesco itself covers 161,000 sf of built-up size. The plaza boasts several alfresco-style restaurants and side walk cafes – including clubs and bars (among its famous places are Overtime, Beer Factory, Replay and Tom, Dick & Harry). Adding to that, the development offers a total of 1,696 parking bays.
In terms of connectivity, The Scott Garden can be easily accessible via the Old Klang Road (Jalan Klang Lama) and is within mere minutes away to several highways such as New Pantai Expressway (NPE), Smart Tunnel, KL-Seremban Highway, KL-Putrajaya MEX Highway and Federal Highway.
Being a resident of The Scott Garden, almost everything is reachable within the development itself – from groceries to a place to hang out with friends; you will find it here at The Scott Garden. There are also various other facilities such as CIMB Bank, Galaxy Magazine for your monthly magazine consumption, eateries such as Sambal, Ah Ben Steamboat and Chatime Bubble Tea to name a few, and even Nilufar Pets & Aquarium if you need to buy your pet foods. In a nutshell, everything is under one roof!
Some property watchers commented that they are not comfortable with the design plan of the mall –as they claim that the design has limited the natural lighting and makes the area seem dark. You can actually view this for yourself as the inside mall is quite empty compared to the happening and crowded bars and cafes located facing the streets.