Thursday, May 5, 2011

New Superblock in Glodok, Jakarta: Green Central City

MODERLAND GROUP starts developing a new residential superblock, GREEN CENTRAL CITY, located in Glodok, West Jakarta. Despite the hustle and bustle of trading activities in the district, the area of 14 hectares is built with green concept.

Martono Hadipranoto, Chief Operating Officer of Green Central City explained,
“Green Central City superblock, the new residential superblock in the heart of Jakarta offers a new lifestyle, full of vitality and classy. We build the superblock with a concept of combining comfort with profitable investment. It is located in the heart of the Indonesia’s biggest trade centre district.”

According to Martono, “Every detail of development has a philosophy: what you invest here will grow while the residents enjoy a distinctive lifestyle; get a piece of mind while having the asset grows. Likewise, we have a commitment to preserve the legacy that is Candranaya, which will also serve as a tourist destination in downtown.”


On Green Central City, there are historic buildings, CANDRANAYA, built in 18th century which was an important Chinese community’s building in Batavia.  Green Central City is built with the concept of environmentally friendly, healthy and comfortable. With the gross floor area of 94,045 sqm, the superblock consists of two apartment towers, Adenium and Cerberra. Each comprises 37 floors with 432 units and 2 penthouses.

Martono added, there will also be four-star Hotel Novotel operated by Accor Group International. In addition, Moderland will also build an 8,024-sqm-commercial area, “Citywalk” – consisting three-storey bridge and five-storey-mezzanine; and 0.6-hectare-Skypark located on top of the Citywalk.  Green Central City has a number of facilities including swimming pools, tennis courts, jogging track, children playground, fitness center, multi-purpose room, mini market, laundry, cafe and lounge, as well as other entertainment venues.  

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