Senayan City

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Coordinates: 6°13′38.60″S 106°47′49.60″E / 6.2273889°S 106.7971111°E / -6.2273889; 106.7971111

Senayan City
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Senayan City Exterior
Location Senayan, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, Indonesia
Opening date June 23, 2006
Developer Agung Podomoro Land (2006-2014)
SCTV Group (2015-present)
Management Agung Podomoro Land (2006-2014)
SCTV Group (2015-present)
Owner Agung Podomoro Land (2006-2014)
SCTV Group (2015-present)
No. of stores and services 244
Total retail floor area 76,000 m2
No. of floors 8 (retail), 21 (office), 17 (hotel), 25 (residential apartment)
Parking 3,500 lots

Senayan City (also often known as Sen C) is a mixed-use development located in Senayan area, South Jakarta, Indonesia. The complex comprises a seven-floor high end shopping mall, an office tower (mainly occupied by SCTV), an apartment tower, and a five-star hotel operated by Sofitel. Senayan City is built on a land area of 48,000 m² owned by the Bung Karno Stadium Authority. It is built and managed by Manggala Gelora Perkasa, a subsidiary of Agung Podomoro Group, under the BOT contract for 50 years which starts in 2005. They use Pulau Intan as their main contractor, Structure and mechanical engineering contractor.[1]

The shopping mall, opened on 23 June 2006, is anchored by Debenhams department store and Best Denki electronic store, the largest outlet outside Japan.[2] The hotel will begin its operation in 2007.[3] Private television station SCTV, will occupy most of the office space.[4] Senayan City also houses Indonesia's returning Burger King and the first GAP store and the first Banana Republic store in the country.[5]


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  1. ^ "Jakarta adds a new mall: Senayan City". Pikiran Rakyat. April 28, 2006. 
  2. ^ "Senayan City: An Integrated Shopping Complex". Kompas. February 9, 2006. 
  3. ^ "Senayan City Embraces Sofitel". Kompas. May 23, 2006. 
  4. ^ "Jakarta Property Market Overview 1Q 2006" (PDF). Colliers International (Indonesia). 2006. 
  5. ^ "Banana Republic is Coming to Town". Astaga!com. May 17, 2007.