Central Park Jakarta

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Central Park
CP 1.jpg
Location West Jakarta, Indonesia
Developer Agung Podomoro Group
No. of anchor tenants 7
Total retail floor area

655,000 m2 (7,050,000 sq ft) (The complex)

188,077m2 (shopping mall)
Parking 6000 cars
No. of floors 56 (residences), 42 (office tower), 9 (mall), 12 (hotel)
Website http://www.centralparkjakarta.com/

Central Park in Jakarta, Indonesia is a mixed-use complex including a shopping mall, an office tower, 3 apartments, and a hotel covering an area of about 655,000 m2 (7,050,000 sq ft) located in West Jakarta created by the Agung Podomoro Group. The Complex is the 10th largest building in the world in terms of floor space.[citation needed] It is named after the original Central Park in New York City. Central Park Jakarta adds to the skyline of West Jakarta and is situated in between Mall Taman Anggrek and Mall Ciputra. It also features a musical fountain at the park area with daily shows at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm sharp.

Services[edit]

Ballroom[edit]

The Ballroom is situated on the 17th floor and has already played host to a series of events such as the weekly spectacular show of Indonesian Idol, Grand Final of Miss Indonesia 2010 and Miss Indonesia 2011, Grand Final of Mister International 2010, as well as a concert by Trio Lestari, KLa Project, Kenny G, Fatboy Slim, and The Script.

Shuttle Bus[edit]

The management provides shoppers with a free shuttle service to and from several apartments and universities around the area.

Awards[edit]

  • Asia Pacific Highly Commended Retail (Asia Pacific Property Awards 2011).[1]
  • National Best Retail Development (Asia Pacific Property Awards 2011).[2]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mal Central Park raih award". Bataviase.co.id. 2011-06-07. Retrieved 2011-07-01. 
  2. ^ "CENTRAL PARK MALL MERAIH PENGHARGAAN BERGENGSI ASIA PACIFIC PROPERTY AWARD". centralparkjakarta.com. 2011-04-13. Retrieved 2011-07-01.