PJX (also known as PJ Exchange) is dubbed to be a new icon in Petaling Jaya. This Grade-A office building will be the tallest building within the PJ vicinity, and can be easily spotted alongside Federal Highway and right next to Amcorp Mall. This 34-storey full glass facade office tower is a development by SBC Corporation, and designed by the award-wining ArchiCentre. It is designed with a north-south orientation on 2.31 acres of leasehold land. PJX consists of 6-storey commercial and retail podium with 26-level business suites a total of 300,000 sf of net lettable area) and a total of 670 parking bays. There are 10 layouts available ranging from 811 sf to 3,386 sf. Every floor comprises a total of 13,300 sf. Among the distinctive features of PJX are specialty shops, health club, recreational facilities, a pool deck with F&B outlets, a bar and private dining facilities with a penthouse business and conference centre at the sky lounge.PJX is strategically situated within Section 52, a matured part of PJ with numerous amenities and iconic landmarks. It is just minutes of walking away from Amcorp Mall and Amcorp Business Centre, the iconic A&W Restaurant, PJ Club, Shah’s Village Hotel and Kelab Syabas. In addition, it is also just a stone throw away from Taman Jaya Lake, Timur Field and Astaka Field. PJX can be easily accessible via highways and LRT. There is Taman Jaya RapidKL station located just across the tower. Highways nearby include Federal Highway, New Pantai Expressway and Sprint Highway.
Property Details Name: PJX (also known as PJ Exchange) Address: Persiaran Barat, Petaling Jaya, Selangor Developer: SBC Corporation Completion Date: December 2010 Type: Grade-A Office Tower Tenure: Leasehold No. of Storey: 34 Built-up: 811 - 3,386 sf Maintenance Fee: RM0.55 psf Launch Price: RM400 psf Subsale Price: Rental:
Facilities 24-hour security system Broadband connectivity 10 lifts 670 parking bays 25m lap pool Modern food court Lifestyle and fitness centre
AnalysisThere had been an issue regarding the site of PJX, which the site was formerly a large open air car park to accommodate LRT users. However, Selangor state government has changed it into commercial use in June 2007, which it was gazette under the PJ Local Draft Plan (RTPJ1). Due to the protests, the developer has agreed to follow local residents' requests, which are to provide 222 car parks for public use with local authority rates for the lots and to provide traffic assessment report (TIA).