Indonesia-1 Tower

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Coordinates: 6°11′31″S 106°49′21″E / 6.192011°S 106.822436°E / -6.192011; 106.822436

Indonesia-1 Tower
Indonesia Satu Tower
General information
TypeUnder construction
LocationJakarta, Indonesia
AddressJalan M.H. Thamrin No.13, Central Jakarta
Construction started2015
Completed2019
CostRp 8 trillion
Height
Architectural303 m (994 ft) & 303 m (994 ft)
Technical details
Floor count65 & 60 [1]
Floor area204,000 square meters
Design and construction
ArchitectPT Anggara Architeam
DeveloperChina Sonangol International
Structural engineerDavy Sukamta & Partners Structural Engineers

Indonesia-1 Tower (Indonesian: Indonesia Satu Tower) is an under-construction twin towers of North Tower and South Tower at Jalan M.H. Thamrin in Central Jakarta, Indonesia. This will be the tallest twin tower in Indonesia.[2]

The towers will have offices, retail space, condominiums and service apartments.[3] Both the towers is 303 meters high, but the North tower has 65 and South tower 60 floors.[4] Construction of the tower is expected to be finished by 2019. Tower 1 is an office building while Tower 2 is a multi functional building that includes offices, retail space, condominiums and service apartments.[5]Pan Pacific Serviced Suites will occupy levels 47 to 58 in the North Tower of Indonesia I.[6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indonesia-1 Complex".
  2. ^ "4 Calon Pencakar Langit Tertinggi di Indonesia". Kompas. Retrieved 22 November 2018.
  3. ^ "INNOVATIVE STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF "INDONESIA-1" TOWER UNVEILED".
  4. ^ "Indonesia-1 South Tower".
  5. ^ "Diresmikan Jokowi, Gedung Indonesia 1 Jadi yang Tertinggi di RI?". Liputan 6. Retrieved 25 September 2017.
  6. ^ "Pan Pacific expands in Indonesia and Asia". Travel Weekly. Retrieved 8 December 2018.