Standing on a 0.84-hectare land, Intiland Tower in Jakarta is Intiland’s first office building with total lettable space of 30,986 sqm. The construction was completed in 1986, but the tower’s contemporary design is still gloriously erected amidst other newer buildings around. Renowned American architect Paul Rudolph designed the tower by incorporating tropical Indonesian architecture elements, later contributed to what is today known as the “green concept”.
The tower’s green concept is an aspiration that has created a selling point in the global warming conscious market today. Owing to its unique design, the building’s model was displayed in the Museum of Modern Arts in New York.
In 2010, the tower undertook major revamps of common areas, standard of service, utilities (particularly for energy efficiency) and security features (with CCTVs installed on every floor); along with the development of new food court and F&B outlet at the basement. Intiland Tower’s targeted tenants include stockbrokers, embassies, consultants and auditors. As of the end of 2011, the occupancy rate reached 98 percent.