Vida Bekasi Prepares Subsidized Apartments

By : Wiyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Sunday, October 01 2017 - 21:25 IWST

Vida Bekasi Launching
Vida Bekasi Launching

INDUSTRY.co.id - Bekasi- Vida Bekasi will build a subsidized apartment that can be reached by the lower middle class. The area will be built on an area of ​​130 hectares in Narogong, Bekasi.

Regions named Terrace is expected to contribute in solutiive efforts to address urban issues, especially quality dwellings.

Edward Kusma, Director of Vida Bekasi, said that Vida Bekasi always wants to bring something new and useful to the community. Such as exhibitions and Vidatalk talk shows that invite various parties to share knowledge, ideas and views, especially around urban dwellings.

"With exhibitions and talk shows, we want people to know the philosophy behind the residential architecture that we built and will occupy, in terms of financing, as well as information on government plans for people's home programs," Edward said in Bekasi, West Java, Saturday (30 / 9/2017).

He expects this apartment could contribute to the eradication of the problem of shortage of residential supply in urban areas, as well as support the program of a million homes that proclaimed the government since 2015.

Edward said, Vida Bekasi contribution to the program a million homes is still not much. However, Edward optimistic in the future Vida Bekasi can develop up to more than 10,000 units in the area of ​​Bekasi.

The Terrace Unit is on sale today (30/9), with DP starting from Rp. 3 million and installments starting from Rp. 2 million's. In this exhibition also, people can see directly the example unit apartment Terrace.

In addition, Vida Bekasi again held the annual festival, Vidafest 2017 from September 30 to October 1, 2017 in the area InSitu - Bumiwedari, Vida Bekasi, West Java. After the previous year to bring the art and entertainment collaboration of the local community of Bekasi, this year Vidafest added a collaborative idea for urban dwelling, which is embodied in exhibitions and architectural talkshows on more humane collective dwellings.

Vidafest 2017 is also enlivened by Live Graffiti by Artheraphy Movement, Urban Guerrilla Workshop, Workshop for children with Bekasi Embassy, ​​Game of SKATE Competition, Mini GP Mayor Cup, 10K Eco Fun Run Mayor Cup, Bazaar, entertainment from leading band Alvin & I, Ikubaru, The Trees & The Wild, Nick, and Keroncong Terian music group from Vida Bekasi.

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