Verde Two Terraverde Tower is a new, 186-unit apartment complex in Jakarta. The two and three-bedroom units were designed for grand living and entertaining with soaring ceiling heights and the finest flooring and custom moldings. Windows provide impressive views of the apartment complex’s lush gardens.
The units were designed to conserve natural resources through the use of energy-saving lighting, wall insulation, thermal glass, low-flow plumbing fixtures, and more. Verde Two Terraverde Tower also features an advanced air filtration system that provides outstanding indoor air quality, protecting residents from harmful particulates and pollutants.
The project was developed by Farpoint with Asia Green Real Estate as an investor, who has worked with IFC since 2017 to help its clients identify the most cost-effective solutions to build green. Asia Green Real Estate has dedicated green building experts who analyze the resource efficiency of each project and help develop buildings that are environmentally, economically, and socially sound. The company has already invested in more than two million square meters of sustainable floor space and has achieved EDGE certification for a number of projects, including Ecoloft Jababeka Cikarang, Samara Suites, Verde Two Monteverde Tower, and Guizhou Tower.
Verde Two Terraverde Tower has received EDGE Advanced certification from GBCI Indonesia.
Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification
Less Embodied Energy in Materials
Low e-coated glass, insulation of external walls, an energy-efficient air conditioning system, and energy-saving lighting in internal spaces.
Dual-flush water closets and low-flow showerheads and faucets for kitchen sinks and washbasins.
In-situ reinforced concrete slab for the floor and roof, autoclaved aerated concrete blocks for internal walls, aluminum-clad sandwich panel for external walls, and stone tiles and parquet wood block flooring.
*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.