eCurve Will Be Torn Down To Make Way For The Lines Apartment

This is goodbye.
After 16 years of opening its doors to the public in Mutiara Damansara, the iconic eCurve mall is set to be demolished to make way for a new building project.

The mall, which was first opened in 2006 and ceased operations in March 2021, will be replaced by The Lines, a serviced apartment complex that’s slated to be launched in the third quarter of 2024.

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Ecurve mall
Photo via The Sun Daily

Goodbye eCurve, hello The Lines

Speaking to NST, Boustead Properties Bhd chief executive officer Khairul Azizi said the decision to demolish eCurve is part of a wider broader plan to breathe new life into Mutiara Damansara.

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He added that turning eCurve into a serviced-apartment development will bring the most benefit, thanks to its strategic location next to the Mutiara Damansara MRT station. 

Other commercial properties that are within the same vicinity include The Curve, Kidzania, Ikea, and Royale Chulan The Curve. 

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The demolition of eCurve is expected to take place during the second quarter of 2024.

Key things to know about The Lines

Given that eCurve will be torn down and replaced by The Lines, here are some things to know about the new project:

  • The building is 67 storeys high and consists of four towers housing a total of 999 units. Three units will be made available for the open market, while the rest will be reserved for the Servis Apartment Mampu Milik (SAMM) affordable housing scheme.
  • It will feature environmentally and senior-friendly facilities such as wider doors, accessible bathrooms, electric vehicle chargers, and rainwater harvesting systems.
  • A wellness centre and several retail outlets will be built within the apartment.
  • Residents can walk to the Mutiara Damansara MRT Station directly from The Lines via a covered walkway which will lead them through the apartment’s retail component.

Currently, The Lines sales gallery is open only for private viewing and is expected to be opened to the public in June this year.

Farewell, eCurve. Thanks for the memories!


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