Based on 290 units sold preceding 12 mths.
Compound annual growth rate in median price.
KL Eco City is a new mixed development project that is located in the centre of the city of Kuala Lumpur. The project was built at the site of the former Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum, one of Kuala Lumpur’s early Malay settlements. Despite initially being a place dominated by the Malay people, Kampung Haji Abdullah has now turned into an area that boast of its multiracial population.
KL Eco City is an area that can be easily accessed. It is located close to several major highways that serve as connectors to its surrounding towns and cities. Federal Highway, New Pantai Expressway, Jalan Bangsar, Jalan Maarof, Jalan Klang Lama and East – West Link Highway. These roads and highways connects KL Eco City to towns and cities such as Shah Alam, Subang Jaya, Bangsar, Bukit Damansara and Cheras.
KL Eco City is an area that is located close to Brickfields. There are many things that one can do in Brickfields. Brickfields is a neighbourhood that is filled with culture and history. Since it is home to a large population of Indians, one can comfortably enjoy the culture of Indians in Brickfields. In Brickfields, one can still find historical government quarters that were built during the British era. Although it is under harm from the rapid development of the area, one can still visit the 100 railways quarters that is located in Jalan Rozario. The “Hundred Quarters” was built in 1915 as terrace houses for junior servants. Apart from that, one can also visit the religious buildings that are located in Brickfields. The Lutheran Zion Church, Sri Kandaswamy Kovil and Three Teachings Chinese Temple are some of the religious buildings with a popular reputation amongst tourists.
KL Eco City is an area with a mixed population. One can savour their delicious meal while taking in the scenic view of the mountains. One can enjoy a nice serving of Banana Leaf Rice, mutton, chicken or vegetarian briyani along with a nice cup of brew coffee in the town of Brickfields. Apart from that, for those who enjoy cooking and preparing their own meals, there are supermarkets in the area that they can frequent to get their groceries from. Save One Stop Shopping Centre, Pasar Raya Cameron Highland and Cameron Bazaar Sdn Bhd are among the many supermarkets that are made available in and around KL Eco City.
KL Eco City is a great place to settle down for those looking for a home in Kuala Lumpur. It is a high-end development area that is suited for those who enjoy a luxury living lifestyle. KL Eco City also does not lack medical attention as there are hospitals and clinics in the surrounding area. Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Bangsar Medical Centre and Century Medical Centre are some of the medical facilities in close proximity to KL Eco City.
KL Eco City is a great area for even families to call it their home. There are a number of educational facilities that children can attend. Families can browse through their options before deciding on one to send their children to. Vikas International School, SK Bangsar, Havil International School, SJK (T) Bangsar and ST Agama Masjid Abu Bakr As-Siddiq are some of the schools available in KL Eco City.
KL Eco City is a district that is made up of mainly leasehold properties. The median price per square feet of the properties in KL Eco City is RM 937. There are a total of 75 project listings as of now in KL Eco City. This showcases the variety of property type that home owners and investors can browse through to find the one they fancy such as ViiA Residence.
Buying, selling, or investing property is a very big decision. Even moving to your desired location can sometimes be very emotional. Using data from more than 143 listings in KL Eco City, PropertyGuru aim to help you make the right decisions on selecting property, by providing you helpful news and property statistics such as median and growth in the area, but also our opinion on local neighborhood area.Read More