EcoWorld Open Eco Boulevard Shopoffices and Eco Botanic Sales Gallery
PETALING JAYA (July 24): Eco World Development Group Bhd (EcoWorld) has opened its 3-storey shopoffices in Eco Boulevard at Eco Botanic in Johor Bahru, last Saturday.
“We are very excited to have our commercial component up and running as we have already welcomed our first batch of residents to Eco Botanic end of last year,” said EcoWorld president and CEO Datuk Chang Khim Wah in a statement.
“Now, they will be able to enjoy a wide selection of shops in the vicinity from where they live. We can definitely see the Eco Botanic township coming to life with this addition.”
Located in Eco Botanic City — EcoWorld’s first completed commercial project in Malaysia — Eco Boulevard consists of 200 units of 3-storey lifestyle shopoffices with elegant English-colonial inspired architecture designs. The shopoffices are designed with outdoor retail spaces and first-floor balconies for unique al fresco experiences.
Eco Botanic’s first 624 units of cluster and semi-detached homes were handed over in October 2016.
The tenants’ representatives who were present at the lion dance ceremony were from F&B businesses such as KUU by Tea Garden, Ying Ker Lor, Universal Noodles, Yi Jia Restaurant, Coffee Valley and La Strada Coffee alongside other retailers including Nichi Electric and Lenovo Concept Store.
Eco Boulevard will also see more retailers such as Starbucks, Hamid Corner, La Pasta, Guo Ma Restaurant, Wafu Kitchen, Hook Sang Restaurant, Kafe Warisan Nor and Yap Dental, who will be moving in during the coming month, said EcoWorld.
Apart from Eco Boulevard, Eco Botanic City consists of other components such as Eco Galleria — the high street mall with 645 units of shops scheduled for completion in 2020. A remaining 11.28 acres of land has been reserved for future commercial development.
Eco Galleria phase 1 retail units at Eco Botanic 70% sold
PETALING JAYA (Aug 28): Eco World Development Group Bhd’s (EcoWorld) high-street mall Eco Galleria at Eco Botanic in Johor Bahru has recorded a 70% take-up for phase 1.
With more than 1.6 million sq ft of gross floor area, Eco Galleria is one of the components at the developer’s 270-acre Eco Botanic township. It was launched in August 2016 and is slated for completion by 2020.
According to EcoWorld divisional general manager Datuk Hoe Mei Ling, the high-street mall with over 680,00 sq ft of net lettable area will comprise 645 retail units upon completion, including hotels and boutique offices. Phase 1 consists of 240 units.
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