Setiabudi SkyGarden was built by two developers working together:
– PT Jakarta Setiabudi International Tbk, a large Indonesian company whose main shareholders are Jan Darmadi and his family. They also own properties like the Hyatt hotels in Bali, the Mandarin Oriental in Jakarta, Mercure Ancol, the Jakarta Theater, Setiabudi One, Setiabudi Residences, etc.
– Tokyu Land Corporation, from Japan, a reputed firm that also built Branz BSD, Branz Mega Kuningan and Branz Simatupang in Indonesia.
The group Shimizu from Japan was the architect for Setiabudi Sky Garden. They were assisted by Tongg, Clarke & McCelvey (US) for the landscaping. The latter previously worked on prestigious projects like the Grand Hyatt Kauai and the Hyatt Regency Maui in Hawaii.
The main contractor was the Indonesian firm Acset (also behind Pacific Place, Residence 8, Botanica, District 8, Gandaria City, etc).
The developer has a Hak Guna Bangunan Murni, which means the property was built on its own land. As an apartment owner, you get a “Strata Title di atas HGB Murni”.
A luxury residential complex that consists of 2 condominium towers and 1 serviced apartment tower (managed by Frasers Hospitality under the name Fraser Place Setiabudi). There are 746 apartment units in total:
– Sky Tower = 41 floors and 426 units
– Garden Tower = 34 floors and 160 units
– Fraser Place: 28 floors and 160 units
The property was built on 2.1 hectares of land, of which 70% were used for public areas. Thanks to that, you have a large garden that was designed by the US consultants Tongg, Clarke & McCelvey. For me, it is the best part of living in Setiabudi Sky Garden.
The apartments’ size is the following:
3-bedroom units: 114m2 and 130m2 (2 bathrooms, maid room)
2-bedroom units: 52m2, 65m2, 73m2 and 76m2 (1 bathroom, maid room)
3-bedroom units: 111m2 (1 bathroom, maid room)
Setiabudi SkyGarden is located in Karet, Setiabudi, in a street parallel to Jalan Rasuna Said. The latter is one of the most important roads in Jakarta and it is lined with office towers, hotels, government buildings, hospitals, and embassies. It is a very strategic location for anyone working in the Golden Triangle of Jakarta as you can access most offices there in a relatively short time: Jalan Sudirman, Mega Kuningan and Jalan Thamrin are all less than 15 minutes away.
By car, with normal traffic conditions, how far is it from:
– Jakarta Airport (CGK): 70 minutes
– Grand Indonesia Mall: 15-20 minutes
– Sudirman Business District: 10-15 minutes
– Kota Tua: 70 minutes
– Kemang: 40 minutes
Nearby, there are a few landmarks you can go to:Malls: In less than 10 minutes, you can reach these malls: Lotte Avenue, ITC Kuningan, Mal Ambassador and Plaza Festival, Grand Indonesia (a very popular mall in Jakarta) and Plaza Indonesia (luxury).
Supermarkets: There is a small Daily FoodHall supermarket, Carrefour in Ambassador Mall, Farmer’s Market in Epicentrum Walk or Lotte Mart in Kuningan City.
Restaurants: Just across the street, you can walk to Setiabudi One. It is a food court with a large variety of restaurants and coffee shops: Gula Merah, Dapur Sunda, Burger King, Starbucks, Duck King, etc.
Bars and Nightlife: There is an excellent nightlife in Mega Kuningan, just 10 minutes away, in bars like Basque, Loewy, Bauhaus, Flow, etc.
Education: University STIE Perbanas, Bakrie University, Schools Royal Primary Academy (Sekolah Royal Tunas Mulia – 10 minutes away), Highscope (from preschool to high school – in Taman Rasuna), ISEC preschool (in Epicentrum Mall).
Hospitals: MMC Hospital ,SOS Medika Clinic (expensive – international quality)
Parks: Taman Menteng or Taman Tangkuban Perahu. You can also walk a bit in the Rasuna Epicentrum area, for instance along the river.
Offices: Bakrie, Cyber 2, Menara Karya, etc.
Embassies: Australia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, India, Holland, India, UK, Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Belarus, Hungary, etc.