Surbana Jurong, Mitsubishi Corp, and Sinar Mas Land join up to develop 108-ha Jakarta mixed-use development

The 108ha project includes housing along with transit-oriented developments, and it is going to be helmed by Sinar Mitbana Mas, the joint-venture business somewhere between Mitbana and Sinar Mas Land.

Hiera will certainly feature neighborhood building spaces and also amenities adding to a self-sufficient project. It will also include a car-free commercial road with retail, dining, moreover recreation choices.

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“Hiera will certainly exemplify exactly how nature and urbanisation can coexist sympathetically. It will definitely guide all new along with ingenious styles while safeguarding the atmosphere,” states Vincent Lee, replacement COO of Mitbana as well as president director of Sinar Mitbana Mas.

The design will likely incorporate aspects of biophilic design, for example, a selection of waterfront and also ecological areas throughout the advancement. A 3.7km-long green loop is going to connect to public transportation nodes within Hiera, specifically the Jatake Train Station including a combined transport centre with park-and-ride spaces and a shuttle services.

“In building BSD City, Sinar Mas Land emphasises integrated and ecological city-wide progressions. We welcome partnerships with companions who share the same vision to increase the property of BSD City,” claims Theodore G Thenoch, CEO, BSD residence, of Sinar Mas Land and vice president director of Sinar Mitbana Mas.

Hiera is the first property in BSD City by Sinar Mitbana Mas and will be built in stages from 2023. The very first stage is going to consist of a landed property estate with a health and even holistic living-centric design.

Mitbana, a joint-venture firm of Surbana Jurong as well as Mitsubishi Corp, is partnering Indonesian builder Sinar Mas Land to build among the biggest mixed-use plans in BSD City in Greater Jakarta, Indonesia.

The property is called Hiera, a name derived from the Japanese characters for “peace and harmony”. According to the builders, the label refers to the design motivation for the whole project, “stabilizing a lively city way of living with all natural well-being for its homeowners”.