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Petaling Jaya’s eCurve bids farewell to shoppers on March 31
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 28 — The eCurve shopping mall in Petaling Jaya has notified tenants that it will be closing permanently effective March 31, 2021.

Tenants were served a notice regarding the mall’s closure sometime in the middle of this month.

According to a laundrette owner, Rebecca Chong, most of the tenants have started packing in preparation to shift out a week or two before the mall shuts its doors to the public.

“Some of the shops have chosen to stop operations altogether because they have not been getting customers since the MCO (movement control order) is still in effect.

“The rest are packing up, like us. We have to reinstate the lot for the mall management before we move out,” said Chong when met by Malay Mail at the mall today.

News about the mall ceasing operations started circulating yesterday on social media platforms.

However, some have conflated eCurve with the adjacent strip mall, The Curve, that is unaffected.

“It’s eCurve, not The Curve. The management met with us shortly after they served us with the letter, asking us for mutual understanding on ceasing operations of the mall.

“We understand that everyone is suffering due to the pandemic; we just have no choice but to go with it,” said Chong.

Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit Malaysia and sent the country into the unprecedented MCO, Chong said the eCurve mall management had waived rental fees for tenants for March and April.

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