Menara UOA Bangsar

Menara UOA Bangsar is a leasehold office tower situated in Bangsar commercial hub. Completed in year 2009, this new commercial building of Bangsar is strategically located next to Bangsar LRT station and Dataran Maybank. Its immediate neighbours are Kompleks Niaga Utama, Gaya Bangsar, as well as Etiqa building.

There are 39-storey in Tower A and 24-storey in Tower B  office towers of Menara UOA Bangsar with 3 level retails shops comprising of 426 “Grade A” business suites with built up from 829 to 5,501 sf. Tower A of this Bangsar office tower is available for sale, while Tower B is only for lease. Each unit of this Grade A office consists of a dedicated shower room, pantry and private toilet.

This Bangsar office building is equipped with 1,100 car park bays. It features fibre-optic cabling,broadband connectivity, Intelligent Fire Protection System, gymnasium, chill-out area, grand lobby, conference room, as well as food and beverages outlets. In addition, there is a bridge built to connect the building to the Bangsar LRT station.

In the building of Menara UOA Bangsar itself, there are several retail outlets to be open that include Focus World Vision Care, San Francisco Coffee, 7-Eleven, Old Town White Coffee, The Cut Studio,  Kok Yuen Pin Dental Surgery, Cone Pizza, Bread Story,and Global Millennium (Money Changer). Other than that, it is also near to several primary shopping malls such as The Gardens, Mid Valley Megamall, and Bangsar Village I and II. In addition, it is nearby Telawi street entertainment and leisure hub.

Strategically situated in Bangsar commercial hub,  this famous office building offers easy acces to public transportation via buses, Putra LRT, private transportation as it is well connected by major highways, such as  Kerinchi Link, Federal highway, North Pantai Expressway (NPE) and Penchala Link. Mid Valley City is only 2 minutes drive away while Petaling Jaya is 5 minutes drive away. This Bangsar office is only 10 minutes to Kuala Lumpur, and only 1 station away to KL Sentral.