Grand Indonesia Shopping Town
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|Location||DKI Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Address||Jalan Mohammad Husni Thamrin No. 1, Jakarta Pusat|
|Total retail floor area||
640,000 m2 (6,900,000 sq ft)(The Complex)130,000m2 (Shopping Town)
|No. of floors||57 (Residences), 56 (Office Tower), 8 (Mall), 14 (Hotel)|
Grand Indonesia Shopping Town is a mixed-use complex including a shopping mall and the Hotel Indonesia covering an area of about 640,000 m2 (6,900,000 sq ft), located on the Selamat Datang Monument or Hotel Indonesia Roundabout in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The site of the current Grand Indonesia was previously occupied by Hotel Indonesia and Hotel Inna Wisata. Hotel Indonesia was the first five star hotel in the archipelago, being the most prestigious hotel at the time it was built. The development of the building was initiated by the first Indonesian president, Soekarno, who was also an architect. Hotel Inna Wisata was built in 1970s as a midclass accommodation, located behind Hotel Indonesia. All of the buildings in the complex except the original Hotel Indonesia building were torn down to make way for Grand Indonesia.
Grand Indonesia comprises Grand Indonesia Shopping Town, Hotel Indonesia - Kempinski, Kempinski Residences, and Menara BCA. The complex is built on the site of former Hotel Indonesia and Hotel Inna Wisata. The US$242 million project is funded by a major cigarette company, Djarum, under a 30-year BOT contract.
The operation and management of the mall was awarded to Jones Lang LaSalle while the hotel and apartments are managed by the Kempinski international hotel chain. BCA, the leading national bank, occupies most of the office floors.
The complex provides a parking area with a capacity of approximately 5,500 cars.
The Shopping Town consists of 2 blocks linked by an impressive multi-level bridge and zoned into 3 specialized districts to cater to individuals needs. The mall has 2 department stores and include with many exclusive international and Indonesian brands.
Hotel Indonesia – Kempinski
Hotel Indonesia, the first 5-star hotel in Indonesia, was restored under the guidance of Kempinski and Hirsch Bedner & Associates (HBA). With 5 restaurants and lounges, 12 function rooms, along with 289 luxury guest rooms, the Hotel Indonesia - Kempinski boasts such luxury for Indonesian's riches and expatriates. Two of the legendary rooms in the hotel, The Bali Room and The Ramayana Pavilion were also kept. The Bali Room, initially used as a meeting room and an auditorium, was transformed into the new hotel ballroom. No design changes were made in The Ramayana Pavilion, particularly in the shape of its dome, although its function was changed into executive lounge of Hotel Indonesia - Kempinski. The new hotel ballroom called Kempinski Grand Ballroom also located on the 11th floor of Grand Indonesia Shopping Town.
A 56-story office tower, one of the tallest in Jakarta. Its 82,000 m2 of office space was designed by RTKL. A giant LED Screen with high end technology is located on the northern façade of the building. Other premium services include, Fitness First Platinum with its premium service and a large outdoor swimming pool. There is an open space 'Roof Top' Bar and Restaurant SKYE located on the 56th floor.
- Transjakarta - Corridor 1. Bundaran HI and Tosari Shelter directly near to the complex.
- KRL Jabodetabek - Orange Line (Bogor/Depok - Jatinegara VV). The Sudirman Station near to the complex which is within five minutes on foot.
- Jakarta Monorail - Green Line. The near station to the complex is the Tanah Abang Station which is within five minutes on foot. (planned)
- Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit - Phase 1. The near station to the complex is the Bundaran HI station. (planned)
Grand Indonesia Shopping Town is one of the largest upscale shopping centres in Southeast Asia with over 130,000 m2 (1,400,000 sq ft) of high end retail space. It is spread over two main buildings, the West and East Mall, an is linked by a multi-level bridge. The shopping centre is spread over eight levels and is divided into three main districts, Speciality Zone, Main Zone and Crossroads of the World district.
Department Stores and Anchors
- Seibu - a Japanese department store opened in May 2007 in the West Mall with 33,000 square metres area.
- Central Department Store - a Thai department store will be opened in September 2014 in the East Mall with 21,000 square metres area.
Former Department Store
- Harvey Nichols - an upmarket department store from United Kingdom opened on October 2008, but closed down on September 2010.
- Alun Alun Indonesia - a modern retail space created not merely for enjoyment but also to support the development and marketing of Indonesia's culture-based products.
- Gramedia - a modern bookstore.
- Best Denki - a large electronics store selling electrical appliances ranging from refrigerators to home theatre systems.
- blitzmegaplex - an eleven screen cineplex and the largest cinema in Indonesia, It was opened in March 2007.
- Ranch Market - a supermarket provides high quality fresh product, meat fish and delicatessen food and an array of imported groceries selection.
- The Food Hall - a gourmet supermarket sell Vegetables, Fruits, Beef, Poultry as well as seafood that is guaranteed fresh every day.
- Ace Home Center
- Forever 21
- Planet Sport - a large sporting equipment and shoes shop.
- Crystal Jade Palace
- The Grand Duck King - the biggest chain of chinese restaurants in Indonesia.
- Toys Kingdom - a store of imported toys and attractive gadgets and gizmos for teenagers.
- Kinokuniya - a japanese bookstore.
- H&M - a flagship store in Indonesia will be opened in March 2014 with 4,000 square metres.
- Banana Republic
- Dorothy Perkins
- Giordano Ladies
- Hush Puppies
- Marks & Spencer
- Massimo Dutti
- Pull and Bear
- Samuel & Kevin
- Ted Baker
- Topman - Topshop
- Braun Buffel
- Charles & Keith
- Guess Accessories
- Le Sportsac
- Nine West
- The Little Things She Needs
- Ted Baker
The mall has several restaurants and food outlets from other countries, including Baskin Robbins, Bonchon Chicken, BreadTalk, Burger King, Carl's Jr., Chatterbox, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Cold Stone, Dairy Queen, Gong Cha, Haagen Dazs, Han Gang, Kenny Rogers Roasters, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Kopitiam, Krispy Kreme, La Porchetta, Maquis, Marche, Pizza Hut, Pizza Express, Red Mango, Smooch, Starbucks Coffee, Sushi Tei, Tutti Frutti, Yoshinoya, and many more.