Empire City, Damansara Perdana

Empire City is a leasehold integrated office, residential & retail hub located in Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya. It consists of Colonial Loft, Empire City Mall, Halo Sunday, Iconic Tower, Mossaz and MyLoft. The built-up available at this project is 448 sf to 462 sf for apartment units, 436 sf to 11,517 sf for offices and 768 sf to 952 sf for SOHO units. It was developed by Mammoth Empire Holdings Sdn Bhd with a launch price of around RM500 psf for apartment units, RM500 psf for SOHO units, and was completed about 2015.

Mammoth Empire Holdings Sdn Bhd is a large-sized real estate organization held privately, and it has undertaken around 22 real estate projects in Malaysia. Other similar projects by the same developer are Empire Damansara and Empire Remix.

Property Type
Integrated Office, Residential & Retail
Land Tenure
Leasehold
Built-up
448 sf - 462 sf (Apartment)
436 sf - 11,517 sf (Office)
768 sf - 952 sf (SOHO)
Market Price
RM230,000 - RM300,000 (Apartment)
RM240,000 - RM11,400,000 (Office)
RM340,000 - RM400,000 (SOHO)
Density
-NA-
Completed In
2015
Launch Price
RM500 psf (Apartment)
RM500 psf (SOHO)

The only amenities nearby this integrated office, residential & retail hub are some universities.

The current rental yield of Empire City is 5.0% for apartment units and 3.79% for SOHO units. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 5.5% in Q1 2020 (Apartment) and 4.33% in Q1 2019 (SOHO); while the lowest one was 3.36% in Q1 2016 (Apartment) and 3.0% in Q4 2016 (SOHO). Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:

Apartment Layouts

The most popular layout and size combination at Empire City for apartment units is Studio / 462 sf with a median price of RM650 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is Studio / 462 sf with a median price of RM650 psf; while the cheapest one is 1-bedroom / 462 sf with a median price of RM500 psf.

Office Layouts

Meanwhile, the most popular layout and size combination at Empire City for offices is 436 sf with a median price of RM540 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 11,517 sf with a median price of RM990 psf; while the cheapest one is 436 sf with a median price of RM540 psf.

SOHO Layouts

Lastly, the most popular layout and size combination at Empire City for SOHO units is 1-bedroom / 813 sf with a median price of RM430 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 1-bedroom / 768 sf with a median price of RM440 psf; while the cheapest one is 1-bedroom / 952 sf with a median price of RM420 psf.

Latest Empire City for sale listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upPrice
8 Jan 2021Studio464 sfRM299,000
8 Jan 2021Studio800 sfRM280,000
7 Jan 2021Studio483 sfRM350,000
5 Jan 2021Studio460 sfRM330,000
5 Jan 2021Condominium460 sfRM330,000
31 Dec 2020Office314 sfRM301,500
29 Dec 2020Condominium952 sfRM315,000
29 Dec 2020Studio314 sfRM300,000
29 Dec 2020Studio327 sfRM301,500
29 Dec 2020Studio616 sfRM500,000

Latest Empire City for rent listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upRental
TodayStudio510 sfRM1,100
TodayStudio448 sfRM900
3 Jan 2021Condominium1,072 sfRM2,300
11 Jan 2021Studio462 sfRM1,050
11 Jan 2021Studio462 sfRM900
11 Jan 2021Studio462 sfRM1,000
11 Jan 2021Condominium340 sfRM950
10 Jan 2021Duplex950 sfRM1,150
9 Jan 2021Studio448 sfRM800
8 Jan 2021Condominium950 sfRM1,400
1 user comments on Empire City
Joe
1 Aug 2019 @ 6:59 PM

Stayed here for several days thru Airbnb. The entire residential floor has very bad air flow and ventilation, where there is no window along the corridor. While inside the unit, it felt very stuffy, due to sealed loft windows and lack of fresh air.

The outside looks very high -class but inside looks like cheap low-cost flats! Besides, there is no ground facilities, all entrances are located in the basement.