Empire City is the latest Empire development series by Mammoth Empire Holding after Empire Subang, Empire Klang and the under development Empire Damansara. It is located right opposite PJ Trade Centre.
This city is to be developed by Cosmopolitan Avenue (a subsidiary of Mammoth Empire) on a 23-acre of leasehold land. This self-contained township will comprise service apartment, studio office suites, SoHo, corporate office, and retail outlet. The township is targeted to be delivered by 2013 onwards.
The first launch of this masterpiece is the studio suites block. It is a 43-storey building with 2 wings, namely Halo and Sunday. It consists of a total 641 units. These 460 sf studio units were launched in September 2010 and tagged from RM220,000 up to RM300,000, at about RM500 psf. Halo comprises 462 sf studios while Sunday comprises 456 sf units. Fully-furnished ones cost another RM30,000 to RM40,000.
Besides that, the developer has also launched the Grade-A building (with compliance to Green Building Index) corporate office component that consists of 11 and 7-storey buildings. It has a total land area of 10,778 sq m.
The biggest drawback of Empire City is that none of the developments (which has launched) comes with a single car park. Every resident and owner has to lease car park from the developer, at RM180 per month.
Empire City is very conveniently located alongside Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) and also next to Sprint Highway. Besides great accessibility, it is well surrounded by established suburban enclaves such as TTDI, Damansara Perdana, Mutiara Damansara and Bandar Utama.