Jaya Shopping Centre is a well-known landmark in Section 14, Petaling Jaya
, Selangor, Malaysia
. Built in 1974, it was one of the first supermarkets in Petaling Jaya and has survived the many facets of development until now. The shopping centre was involved in a controversy in the early 1990s when it built its present 10-storey car park extension - four storeys higher than what the building plans approved by the then Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ).
The building has four storeys of retail units, five storeys of office units and four storeys of carparks. The building has been earmarked for redevelopment, where it will be demolished and rebuilt with better-planned features like loading bays, access roads and security.
Strategically located in PJ Section 14, Jaya Shopping Centre welcomes its shoppers with seven levels of retail and dining concepts in a cozy yet modern ambience. Shops are arranged in a friendly and simple layout, easy to navigate with maximum visibility to the shops, making shopping a bliss for shoppers and selling a joy for retailers. In addition to the strong appeal from our 2 anchors - TGV and Cold Storage, each level offers specific retail attractions and services. Nouveau entrepreneurs and retailers who share the same vision will fill this area, bringing trendy merchandise and creative ideas to shoppers of the new generation.
"The Heart & Soul of PJ"
Jaya Shopping Centre will stand out as the neighbourhood retail centre with rich memories and a strong association with the local community. It's re-opening will ignite the energy, excitement and preferences of its endearing shoppers, many of whom had sweet memories of their growing up years enjoying their outings at Jaya Shopping Centre. This attests to its new tagline 'The Heart & Soul of PJ'
The revitalised Jaya Shopping Centre is being built by CIMB-Mapletree Management, a partnership between one of Malaysia's premier financial conglomerates - CIMB Bank, and Singapore
’s leading Asia
-focused real estate and capital management company - Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd.