Jakarta New Port is a major new infrastructure project located on 455 hectares of reclaimed land and provides a new world’s best practice port facility at the northern edge of the city.
The first stage is a 90 hectare urban waterfront project with 750,000 sqm of floor space, about a third of which is residential with the remainder as office, support facilities and public buildings.
A major circulation route sits to the eastern edge of the waterfront project which will service the future port facilities to the north. This route is marked by a series of tall, highly articulated office towers.
A waterfront park to the northern tip and a promenade to the west are faced by new high quality urban housing and retail buildings. A hub between the park and promenade contains a marina that sits in front of a convention and exhibition centre with an associated hotel. A maritime museum with a striking geometric roof form is placed beside a water inlet.