Leisure Commerce Square (also known as Pusat Dagang Setia Jaya) is an office tower located just off the LDP highway on Jalan PJS 8/9, Bandar Sunway.
Built by Leisure Commerce Square in the early 1990’s, Leisure Commerce Square is within walking distance to the Setia Jaya KTM Komuter station, and right at the intersection between Federal highway and the LDP. Neighboring this business center is Mentari Court apartments.
Leisure Commerce Square consists of 4 blocks mostly privately owned units. Block D which has over 20 floors belongs to Kurnia Insurans (M), where its Head Office is located. Lease on the property expires in July 2091.
This business square is situated in the township of Bandar Sunway, known as a tourist destination with the popular Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall, Sunway Lagoon Resort Hotel and theme park.
Leisure Commerce Square is also in between KL and PJ, accessible via Federal Highway or the LDP and just 10 minutes away from the KESAS highway and NPE which connects all the way to Kota Kemuning, Klang, Bangsar and Puchong within minutes.
Leisure Commerce Square is located in an area that is popular and well-known. While the building may be a bit old, but occupancy is high and rental available mainly in Block C.
There is an open air carpark was made available to cater to the high demand and traffic in and out of the area. This is on top of the covered parking within the building. Even with that provision, traffic is heavy most times of the day, as it is only a one-way through road right in front of Leisure Commerce Square.
Many cars cut through Jalan PJS 8/9 from the Pantai Baru Highway in front of Sunway Pyramid. Along with cars from Mentari Court and the surrounding shop offices, congestion is especially bad during peak hours.
Rental though, is affordable at RM1.19 psf as an office unit about the size of 1,200 sf is only RM1,428. And depending on whether there are facilities attached to the unit, example car park rental, maintenance fees are a standard RM0.60 psf.
Leisure Commerce Square was also once host to major tenant, Taylor’s College who has since moved on to their new campus. A hot nightspot with bars and restaurants the Commerce square was not only a day-office but night hang-out. Since the college has moved and tenants of the nearby apartments seem to be more popular for housing foreigners, even the clubs have moved out.
As an office address, the area is still a strategic landmark, affordable and conducive. There is a cafeteria that caters to the office block, but neighboring restaurants in the nearby Mentari Business Park has plenty to offer as well.