Thamrin Nine

Coordinates: 6°11′57″S 106°49′21″E / 6.19914°S 106.82263°E / -6.19914; 106.82263
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6°11′57″S 106°49′21″E / 6.19914°S 106.82263°E / -6.19914; 106.82263

Thamrin Nine
Thamrin Nine projects (July 2022). From left to right: Autograph Tower, Luminary Tower
Alternative namesThamrin Nine Tower 1 Thamrin Nine Tower 2
Record height
Tallest in Indonesia since 2022[I]
Preceded byGama Tower
General information
StatusCompleted (Luminary + Autograph Tower), Completed (UOB Tower)
TypeMixed use
LocationJakarta, Indonesia
AddressThamrin Road, No. 8, 9, and 10
Construction started2014
ArchitecturalAutograph Tower – 382.9 m (1,256 ft)
Luminary Tower – 301.2[1] m (988 ft)
UOB Plaza – 194.3 m (637 ft)
Antenna spireAutograph Tower – 70 m (230 ft)
RoofAutograph Tower – 312.9 m (1,027 ft)
Luminary Tower – 301.2[2] m (988 ft)
UOB Plaza – 194.3 m (637 ft)
Top floorAutograph Tower – 319.9 m (1,050 ft)
Luminary Tower – 301[3] m (988 ft)
UOB Plaza – 191.3 m (628 ft)
Technical details
Floor countAutograph Tower – 75 above ground, 6 below

Luminary Tower – 62

UOB Plaza – 44 above ground, 4 below
Floor area570,000 square meters
Lifts/elevatorsInstalled by Mitsubishi Electric (UOB Plaza) and Schindler Group (Autograph and Luminary Towers)
Design and construction
Architect(s)Kohn Pedersen Fox
DeveloperPT Putragaya Wahana
Structural engineerWiratman & Associates
Main contractorPT Acset Indonusa Tbk (ACSET)

Thamrin Nine is a mixed-use development complex in Jakarta, Indonesia. It covers an area of approximately 570,000 square metres with office, retail, residential, hotels, sports and entertainment facilities. Its centrepiece, the Autograph Tower (382.9 m), is the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere.[4] The complex will have three office and apartment towers with a retail podium that connects the towers. The developer of the complex is PT Putragaya Wahana (PGW), who is also the developer of adjacent UOB Plaza.

Autograph Tower[edit]

Construction of Thamrin Nine Tower 1, which is named as Autograph Tower, topped off in October 2020,[5] making Autograph Tower the first supertall building in Indonesia.[6] It is one of the twin paired towers, the lower four floors of which will be linked by retail podium. The architectural height of Tower 1 is 385 meters. The tower has 75 floors above and 6 floors below ground. There is a three-storey observation deck at floor 56–58 and a Sky Garden area at the tower. The tower is designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.[7] The lower floors of the tower are for offices, whereas the upper floors is occupied by the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.[8][9] It is a class A, green skyscraper with platinum certification and uses up to 30% less energy compared to a conventionally-constructed tower of the same scale.[10] The Autograph Tower is the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere, surpassing the Q1 Tower in Australia, at 322.5 m.

Luminary Tower[edit]

Tower 2 is named as Luminary Tower. The tower will have 62 floors with a helipad and observation deck, making it a skyscraper 304 meters tall.[11][12] This tower will house a five-star hotel operated by Pan Pacific Hotel Group under flagship 'Pan Pacific' brand, as well as four-star hotel and service suites operated by Pan Pacific Hotel Group's subsidiary Parkroyal Hotels.[13] As of December 2022, Luminary Tower is still not operational.[14]

The apartment towers block of the complex is named Le Parc and consists of three buildings.

Third tower[edit]

The third tower, which is not named yet, will be multifunctional property that will include offices, apartments, and also a hotel.[15]

Current developments[edit]


  • UOB Plaza
  • Chubb Square
  • Thamrin Nine Ballroom
  • Food Parc
  • Indosurya Tower
  • Gedung Cokro 88
  • Gedung Putih Sungai Gerong

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Height according to shop drawing".
  2. ^ "Height according to shop drawing".
  3. ^ "Height according to shop drawing".
  4. ^ "Tower Tops Out in Jakarta Mixed-Use Complex". Retrieved 2021-04-05.
  5. ^ "Thamrin Nine Topping Off Ceremony". Retrieved 2 December 2021.
  6. ^ "Thamrin Nine Pecahkan Rekor Gedung Tertinggi di Indonesia 382,9 Meter". Kompas. Retrieved 25 December 2020.
  7. ^ "Thamrin Nine Tower 1".
  8. ^ "Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts Signs Agreement for New Property in Jakarta".
  9. ^ "Hilton to open Southeast Asia's first Waldorf Astoria in Bangkok". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 1 September 2018.
  10. ^ "Bakal Gedung Tertinggi di Indonesia Itu Progresnya sudah 32 lantai". Kompas. Retrieved 17 July 2018.
  11. ^ "Pencakar Langit Tertinggi Kedua di Indonesia Tutup Atap". Kompas. Retrieved 14 December 2021.
  12. ^ "Thamrin Nine Tower 2". Retrieved 16 July 2018.
  13. ^ "Putragaya Wahana Raup Rp 816 Miliar dari Penjualan Apartemen Servis". Kompas. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
  14. ^ Media, Kompas Cyber (2022-12-20). "Mori dan Luminary Tower Ramaikan Pencakar Langit Jakarta Awal 2023". (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2022-12-20.
  15. ^ "Pencakar Langit Tertinggi Kedua di Indonesia Tutup Atap". Kompas. Retrieved 14 December 2021.

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