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Newly developed Trinity Tower to open for business in second quarter

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    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Thu, April 1, 2021   /   12:50 pm
Newly developed Trinity Tower to open for business in second quarter The newly completed 50-storey commercial development, Trinity Tower, offers office and retail space, as well as meeting rooms and function halls. (Courtesy of/PT Windas Development)

Trinity Tower, a Rp 3 trillion (US$205.8 million) development in the central business district (CBD) in Kuningan, South Jakarta, is set to be open for business in the second quarter of this year, its consortium of developers said in a statement.

A ceremony to hand over the property from main contractor Shimizu Total Joint Operation to developer PT Windas Development was held on Wednesday to mark the tower’s completion.

Construction started in 2018 on the 50-storey structure, located on a 1.6-hectare plot at the juncture of Jl. Rasuna Said and Jl. Casablanca. It was developed by PT Windas Development, a joint venture company comprising Indonesian diversified business group The Gesit Companies and family-owned conglomerate Santini Group, as well as Mitsubishi Estate Asia, the Singapore-based subsidiary of the Japanese real estate giant and Shimizu Corporation.

“[We] are committed to develop an internationally-renowned, earthquake-resistant office building with a modern design and green building concept,” Windas said in a statement.

(From left to right) President Director PT Total Bangun Persada Janti Komadjaja, Deputy Director Shimizu Corporation Tetsuo Yamamura, President of Santini Group Luki Wanandi, President Director of PT Mitsubishi Estate Indonesia Hiroshi Kato, president director of PT Gesit Sarana Perkasa Jacob Soetoyo, country head Shimizu Operation Ohtsuji Hitoshi, president director PT Windas Development Anton Djatmiko, and country head JLL Indonesia James Allan pose for a publicity photo during the handover ceremony of Trinity Tower on March 31, 2021.(From left to right) President Director PT Total Bangun Persada Janti Komadjaja, Deputy Director Shimizu Corporation Tetsuo Yamamura, President of Santini Group Luki Wanandi, President Director of PT Mitsubishi Estate Indonesia Hiroshi Kato, president director of PT Gesit Sarana Perkasa Jacob Soetoyo, country head Shimizu Operation Ohtsuji Hitoshi, president director PT Windas Development Anton Djatmiko, and country head JLL Indonesia James Allan pose for a publicity photo during the handover ceremony of Trinity Tower on March 31, 2021. (The Jakarta Post/Courtesy of Windas Development)

Aside from office space, the tower has three floors of retail space, a 13-floor parking space and one basement floor.

Windas has appointed commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield to market the property to potential tenants, while property consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle is to manage the tower.

Trinity Tower uses both Indonesian and Japanese designs to offer flexible office space for its tenants. It also offers meeting rooms and function halls under Santini Group subsidiary JS Luwansa Hotel and Convention Center. (mrc)