KL Eco City is an integrated urban city development sited in Bangsar, right across Mid Valley City. This long-awaited development is dubbed to become the new benchmark of mixed development in the country as well as it is the first integrated mixed-use commercial and residential development designed for Gold certification under the Malaysian Green Building Index (GBI). KL Eco City is developed by a joint venture partnership between SP Setia and DBKL, and also valued at RM6 billion. Located on a 24.4 acres leasehold land, it consists of 4 phases that comprise of a 3 residential towers, 3 corporate office towers, 1 serviced apartment tower, 1 retail podium, 3 clusters (4 blocks per cluster) of boutique offices as well as 1 strata office tower. Plus, it is built with multi-storey car park bays and a mosque. The first phase of KL Eco City will be officially launched in April 2011 which comprises of a block of high-rise strata office tower with 232 units and 12 blocks of boutique offices. Then, the boutique offices will be sold en-bloc at RM70 million, with a total space of 70,000 sf. Others are expected to be sold at RM1,000 psf. Then, the residential component of KL Eco City is expected to be launch 6 months after the launch of Phase 1. There will be a total of 711 condominium units in Phase 1 launch as well as typical built-ups for the residences is from 650 sf to 850 sf and to be likely priced at RM900 psf, or from RM600,000 per unit. The main attraction of KL Eco City is its convenient accessibility factor as well as the area is served by several highways and roads including Federal Highway, New Pantai Expressway, Jalan Bangsar, Jalan Maarof, Jalan Klang Lama and East-West Link Highway. In addition, it is also accessible by LRT and KTM Komuter via Abdullah Hukum RapidKL LRT station and also Mid Valley Komuter station respectively.