Apartemen Kusuma Candra is part of a prestigious mixed-used development area called SCBD (Sudirman Central Business District). Occupying 47 hectares of premium land, it is privately-owned by various shareholders, mainly the Artha Graha Group of Tomy Winata. It includes famous buildings like Pacific Place Mall, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, the Alila Hotel, District 8, the Equity Tower, the Energy Building, the Jakarta Stock Exchange, The Capital Residence, etc.
It is one of the most modern parts of Jakarta, together with Mega Kuningan. The streets, drawn according to a master plan, are spacious and they have a proper sidewalk. You can walk around without bumping into a street vendor, and you won’t see much garbage. Almost all the buildings are new and high-rise, except for a few blocks that are still waiting to be developed.
Address / Alamat Kawasan SCBD Lot 20 No.52-53
- Jl. Jend Sudirman, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta – Selatan. 12190.
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Building and Architecture
Who is the developer?
Kusuma Candra was developed by PT Primagraha Majumakmur, a subsidiary of PT Danayasa Arthatama, the company that owns and manages SCBD. It is itself part of the Artha Graha Group, a large conglomerate that belongs to Tomy Winata.
The group is a shareholder in several luxury properties and it has a fairly good reputation.
What is the situation with the land certificate?
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”.
There is a Kem Chicks supermarket in Pacific Place that has many imported products. A cheaper and larger option is Grand Lucky Supermarket, about 500 meters away (less than 10 minutes by foot).
Restaurants and Nightlife:
SCBD is one of the best locations in Jakarta for eating out and partying. You will have plenty of options, such as Potato Head, Lucy in the Sky, Cork & Screw, Hard Rock Café, Hakkasan, etc.
Two expensive private universities have a campus nearby: Binus and Pelita Harapan.
There are no international schools but Al Alzhar and SMA 82 are reputed among Indonesians.
For preschool, you can check Apple Tree on Jalan Senopati.
Siloam Semanggi, just 10 minutes away by car, is recommended.
You can reach Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in about 10-15 minutes by foot. It is suitable for running or walking.