Master Plan

KL Eco City exudes extraordinary architectural boldness. This new mixed-use landmark development, with over 60% of its space dedicated to commercial office use, sits on 25 acres of prime land. It is the first integrated green luxury development anchored by commercial offices, retail outlets, luxury residential towers and a chic business class hotel. This new metropolis is master-planned by Los Angeles-based architecture and urban design firm, The Jerde Partnership - an international award-winning architect and master planner of world-renowned integrated developments.

  • 25-acre Integrated Development
  • 7 Million sq.ft. Built-up Areas
  • RM 7 Billion Gross Development Value
  • Integrated Rail Hub LRT & KTM
  • 250,000 sq.ft. of Retail Space
  • Jerde PartnershipJERDE Partnership
  • Founded in 1977, the firm is a world-renowned architect and master planner for integrated mixed-use commercial & residential development. Some of its high profile projects throughout world major cities include Budapest, Hong Kong, Las Vegas, Osaka, Tokyo, Shanghai, Seoul, Dubai and others.
  • GDP ArchitectsGDP Architects
  • Since its establishment in 1990, this dynamic consultancy has consistently created a portfolio of innovative, eye-opening yet effective designs that gave distinctive character to various residential, commercial and mixed-use developments
  • Professionalism and dedication to all assignments undertaken coupled with a continuous striving for the highest standard in design and project delivery, continue to be BEP's guiding philosophy. With a proven track record spanning some seventy-five years together with key Principals having inherited the high level of professionalism, BEP's portfolio of clientele continues to expand. Coupled with a large proportion of continuing clients, the firm ensures reliable and continuing service to all its clients.
  • GRA ArchitectsGRA Architects
  • GRA is a highly regarded firm that combines experience with continual reinvention. Established in 1980, its portfolio ranges from integrated townships to instituitional and government office complexes