Nadia was developed by Perdana ParkCity, a subsidiary of Sarawak-based timber company, Samling Group and Desa ParkCity has slowly gained favour in the eyes of locals as well as an interesting investment for expatriates. Peopleinitially doubted this whole development due to several reasons, including traffic jam at the U-turn along Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP), Kepong is not considered as Kuala Lumpur, have to pay RM1.60 toll to get to Damansara, and an unknown developer. After the development was completed, these assumptions proved otherwise as the price sky-rocketed. Launched in June 2002, the developer claimed that all units were sold out within three days of the launch. It was launched from RM400,000 per unit. After it was completed, the price hiked to about RM600,000. Buyers were rather satisfied by the quality of workmanship and materials delivered and some said it lends a resort living feel. If you intend to invest in Nadia Parkfront Condos, you should consider putting your money on the studio units to gain high rental yield due to the supply being higher than demand. Even though Desa ParkCity township is well planned and feels exclusive, the outside is not the same especially when driving around the Bandar Manjalara enclave. Adding to that, there is no public transport yet with the nearest train station being KTM Komuter in Kepong and Sungai Buloh although buses and taxis are available. The township is expected to become congested and high in density within few years as there are claims that more than 7,000 units of residences comprising high-rise and landed houses will be built over the years. Having said that, it is also going to be complimented with various amenities such as the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Subang Jaya Medical Centre to design, build and lease a 250-bedroom hospital in Desa ParkCity in August 2007. The lease will be for 15 years with the option to renew for another 10 years. The hospital is expected to serve the residents by 2011. Besides that, there was another memorandum of understanding signed with Nord Anglia Education, a worldwide education specialist listed on the London Stock Exchange, to operate an international school in Desa ParkCity. Furthermore, Desa ParkCity’s town centre will be launched in 2010. It will comprise shops, offices, serviced apartments, a hotel and a hospital, on a 40-acre land.