Tokyu Land Indonesia Develops New Botanical Puri Project in West Jakarta

By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Wednesday, March 21 2018 - 21:33 IWST

Puri Botanical
Puri Botanical

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Tokyu Land Corporation through its subsidiary in Indonesia, PT Tokyu Land Indonesia announced the commencement of condominium project development located in West Jakarta.

This project is a collaboration between PT. Summit Residential Indonesia a subsidiary of PT. Sumitomo Indonesia and PT. Copylas Indonesia a subsidiary of PT. Jakarta Setiabudi International.

Located in the greenest area of ​​West Jakarta, this project will be the new icon and the tallest building in the area. This is the fourth condominium project to be built by PT Tokyu Land Indonesia after the successful construction of the previous project, BRANZ Simatupang, BRANZ BSD, and other upcoming projects namely Mega Kuningan.

The Botanical Castle Project is located about 5 KM from Senayan, a popular shopping area in Jakarta. In addition, the project will also be built strategically close to the toll booth that will provide easy access to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

Other developments such as LRT and commercial buildings located close to this promising land will also be realized in the near future.

In this project, PT. Tokyu Land Indonesia uses nature as its main concept by adopting sophisticated Japanese technology to create a modern forest within a city.

This project is also one of the efforts of PT. Tokyu Land Indonesia as a Japanese developer to always create shelter for the people of Indonesia and make it as the trend of the property market in Indonesia.

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