Located in what is known as ‘The Golden Triangle’, Ascott Jakarta is set right in the hubbub of the city’s main business and shopping center. Thanks to its central location, the luxury residence is located just a stone’s throw away from some of the city’s main business, education, and entertainment temples. Ascott residents enjoy full access to the residence’s comprehensive facilities such as the on-site gymnasium, swimming pool, sauna and spa arrangements, tennis court, children’s playroom and a list of available services including dry cleaning, airport transfer, room service, and daily housekeeping
The property has been retrofitted to improve its resource efficiency and to appeal to residents who are committed to a sustainable lifestyle. LED lighting and an energy-efficient cooling system reduce the building’s energy use, while low-flow plumbing fixtures reduce the building’s water use. To further reduce the environmental impact of the project, the retrofit included the reuse of existing floor slab and walls.
The Ascott Limited (Ascott) is a Singapore company that has grown to be one of the leading international lodging owner-operators. As a leader in the sector, the Ascott Limited believes it is their responsibility to do their part to reduce the environmental impact of its operations. Green buildings is one of Ascott’s focus areas, as reflected in its commitment to certify all new buildings and major retrofits. Ascott’s portfolio spans more than 770 properties in 190 cities across over 30 countries in Asia Pacific, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the USA.
Ascott Jakarta has received final EDGE certification from the Green Building Council Indonesia.
Reduced window-to-wall ratio, variable refrigerant volume cooling system, and energy-saving lighting in internal and external spaces.
Efficient-flush water closets and low-flow showerheads and faucets for washbasins.
Re-use of existing floor slab and interior and exterior walls.
Jakarta Pasat DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
Final EDGE Certification
December 1, 2020
Floor Space (m2)
Total CO2 Savings (annually)
Green Building Council Indonesia