Tower 9, part of CIBIS Business Park, comprises 54,800 sqm of office and ground level retail space and includes the largest Grade A space available in Jakarta, with floorplates of 4,000 sqm.
The completion marks the first phase of the business park that is being delivered by PT Bhumyamca Sekawan. The aim of the project is to provide international standard office space in Jakarta to attract new companies into the market and provide better space for existing businesses looking to improve and upgrade their current premises.
Broadway Malyan designed the masterplan for CIBIS Business Park as well as the detailed design for Tower 9.
Ian Simpson, director at Broadway Malyan, said: “The challenge was to balance what would be viewed as an “international style” office building with the local Indonesian culture. When buildings are designed without that local context in mind, it is very difficult to deliver something appropriate for the surroundings.
“This is our first built project in Indonesia and it was important to us to get it right and provide something at a high standard, which is reflective of both the area’s character and the aspirations for the development.”
The tower has received LEED Platinum Pre-certification due to a number of sustainability focused initiatives in the design. This includes a ‘green roof’, which reduce storm water run-off and ambient temperatures, and rainwater management systems to collect, store and purify water for other uses.