Saturday, November 1, 2008

St. Moritz From Wikipedia



Coordinates: 46°30′N 9°50′E / 46.5, 9.833 (St. Moritz)
St. Moritz
Country Switzerland
Canton Grisons
District Maloja
46°30′N 9°50′E / 46.5, 9.833
Population 5,121 (December 2005[update])
- Density 178 /km² (462 /sq.mi.)
Area 28.69 km² (11.1 sq mi)
Elevation 1,822 m (5,978 ft)

St. Moritz from Corvatsch
Postal code 7500
SFOS number 3787
Surrounded by
(view map) Bever, Celerina/Schlarigna, Samedan, Silvaplana
Twin towns Bariloche (Argentina), Kutchan (Japan), Vail (USA)
Website www.stmoritz.ch

St. Moritz
St. Moritz (German: Sankt Moritz, Romansh: San Murezzan) is an exclusive resort town in the Engadine valley in Switzerland. It is a municipality in the district of Maloja in the Swiss canton of Graub√ľnden. St. Moritz is considered the oldest and one of the most famous winter resorts in the world. Due to its favorable location residents enjoy over 300 days of sunshine a year. Every winter this alpine village hosts the "White Turf" horse race on the frozen Lake St. Moritz attended by the international Upper class. The official languages are Romansh and German.

Popular pastimes include skiing and hiking, and nearby there is also the world famous Cresta Run toboggan course.

The year-round population is 5600, with some 3000 seasonal employees supporting hotels and rental units with a total of 13,000 beds.

Since the registration of a new trademark by the tourist office in 1987, St. Moritz is also known as Top of the World.

Lippo Group Luncurkan Mega Proyek Rp11 Triliun






Lippo Group mengumumkan peluncuran mega proyek senilai Rp 11 triliun [USD 1,2 milyar] The St. Moritz Penthouses and Residences, sebuah kota berskala internasional (global city) yang terletak di kawasan Puri Indah, Jakarta Barat.

Sampai dengan saat ini, The St. Moritz Penthouses and Residences adalah proyek pengembangan properti terbesar di kawasan Puri Indah. Pembangunan ini dilaksanakan menyusul kesuksesan peluncuran Kemang Village, sebuah kota terintegrasi dengan nilai proyek sebesar Rp 8 triliun [USD 880 juta]. Kedua proyek ini dibangun di area perkotaan guna menjawab tantangan semakin langkanya lahan tinggal.

Terletak di Central Business District Jakarta Barat atau lebih dikenal dengan Kawasan Sentra Primer Baru Barat [SPBB], proyek ini sangat strategis karena letaknya yang berada di antara Jakarta Outer Ring Road (JORR) Kapuk – TB Simatupang dan Tol Kebon Jeruk – Tomang yang memudahkan penghuni berkendara melalui empat arah jalur tol. Proyek ini akan membentang sepanjang 120.000 m2 di atas lahan super prime dengan batas sepanjang lebih dari 2.5 km di kedelapan sisinya.

The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences adalah proyek yang pertama dan satu-satunya di Indonesia yang menggunakan konsep 11-in-1 dan mengintegrasikan konsep kota baru vertikal dengan infrastruktur berstandar global, serta fasilitas umum yang dirancang sesuai dengan citra rasa komunitas ekspatriat internasional dan kalangan atas Jakarta.

Kota global yang dirancang oleh DP Architects (Singapura) dan beberapa konsultan kelas internasional lainnya ini akan dilengkapi dengan berbagai fasilitas eksklusif seluas 1 juta m2, sekitar 150 kali ukuran lapangan sepak bola. The St. Moritz Penthouses and Residences akan menjadi ikon baru di pusat Jakarta mencakup pembangunan 17 gedung pencakar langit, yang diantaranya adalah gedung dengan 65 lantai yang akan menjadi gedung tertinggi di Jakarta.


“The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences adalah properti yang tidak dapat disejajarkan dengan properti lain di Indonesia. Penggunaan konsep mixed 11-in-1 telah menjadi benchmark baru, sementara kualitas dan standar global yang digunakan juga tanpa tanding. The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences merupakan kota global sesungguhnya, seperti London, New York, dan kota-kota kosmopolitan lain di seluruh dunia,” ujar Michael Riady, Direktur The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences.

Menurut Michael saat ini banyak pengembang yang cenderung hanya mempromosikan fasilitas dan namun tidak mengedepankan kualitas. Sementara investor atau pemilik rumah yang memilih The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences akan menikmati kualitas berstandar global yang akan membawa dampak positif bagi kehidupan mereka.

Lippo Group memperoleh akreditasi dari JCI Amerika Serikat sebagai rumah sakit ternama baik dari segi kualitas dan keamanan. Demikian juga Yayasan Pelita Harapan telah berhasil membangun salah satu sekolah paling berkualitas di Indonesia.

Proyek senilai Rp 11 triliun ini seluruhnya dimiliki oleh Lippo Group dan akan dibiayai dengan dana pendapatan internal dan presale. Lippo Group melalui PT Lippo Karawaci Tbk merupakan sebuah perusahaan global, dengan penilaian rating oleh Moody’s and S&P dan dikelola secara profesional baik oleh professional terbaik dalam negeri maupun tenaga kerja asing.

Penjualan unit-unit apartemen eksklusif akan dimulai pada Kuartal ke-3 tahun ini dengan dasar “siapa cepat dia dapat”. Tigamenara akan diluncurkan secara simultan pada tahap pertama. Harga per unit mulai dari USD 90.000 untuk 2 kamar dan lebih dari USD 300.000 untuk 5 kamar. St. Moritz Penthouses yang terbatas dan eksklusif dengan harga lebih dari US juta untuk masyarakat kelas premium, merefleksikan kelas diatas bintang lima.

Menara pertama, “The St. Moritz”, yang namanya diperoleh dari perkampungan resor eksklusif ternama di Swiss untuk para jetsetters dunia, dilengkapi dengan lift pribadi yang hanya terbuka di suit pemilik dan dibatasi hanya 4 unit per lantai. Gedung ini dirancang dengan sempurna untuk para residen istimewa yang menghargai privasi dan mengasosiasikan diri mereka dengan kesuksesan

Menara kedua, “The St. Tropez”, yang juga diambil dari resor ternama di Eropa, hadir dengan hanya 6 unit per lantai, yang bersebelahan dengan hotel bintang 5 dengan 500 kamar yang luas, dimana residen dapat menikmati pelayanan bintang 5 dengan mudah.


Menara ketiga, “The Monaco”, mengambil nama dari sebuah kota resor yang unik di Eropa untuk masyarakat premium dunia, dilengkapi dengan balkon di ruang tamu dan setiap kamar dan berlokasi tepat diseberang International Grammar School, cocok untuk keluarga yang sudah memiliki anak.

Lebih lanjut Michael menjelaskan bahwa “Dengan Rp 11 trilyun, ini adalah salah satu pengembangan properti tunggal terbesar di Indonesia. Konsep kemewahan yang terintegrasi akan menjamin kesuksesannya dan menjadikannya sebagai investasi yang tepat bagi para investor dan pemilik rumah. Harga properti di Jakarta akan meningkat tiga sampai empat kali dalam 5 sampai 7 tahun kedepan menyaingi harga properti di kota besar dunia lainnya, seperti Singapura, Hong Kong dan Tokyo. Melalui kreativitas, kecerdikan, dinamisme dan keberanian Lippo Group proyek seperti inilah yang dibutuhkan dan ingin dilihat oleh pasar.”

Michael menambahkan bahwa kota seperti Jakarta membutuhkan sebuah mega pembangunan dengan skala besar dan terintegrasi. Menurutnya tidak akan banyak persaingan dalam pasar ini, karena hanya 2 atau 3 pemain di Indonesia, seperti Lippo Group, yang memiliki kapasitas untuk membangun kota mega bertaraf global.

Kantor penjualan yang akan segera dibuka akan menjadi kantor penjualan terbesar di Asia dan akan menjadi pusat tujuan tersendiri. Dengan luas 14.000 m2 dan setinggi 7 lantai, kantor penjualan ini tidak hanya merefleksikan The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences, namun juga akan menjadi tujuan hiburan bagi para sosialita Jakarta.

Lippo: 'Back to the City' migration needs infrastructure support



Published on The Jakarta Post (http://www.thejakartapost.com)

Lippo Group, founded by Mochtar Riady, is one of the largest property empires in Indonesia. It has grown into an important development player in Southeast Asia, and is famous locally for its construction of various satellite cities and independent community developments, including Lippo Karawaci, west of Jakarta.

Abiding by the old saying, "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree," Mochtar's first grand son, Michael, is already upholding the family's reputation in the business. The 28-year-old chairing director of PT Lippo Karawaci is leading a project to craft The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences, a multi-billion-dollar project to establish a new business district in Puri Kembangan, West Jakarta. Michael says the project will be a blast in the future and will help people cut commuting time. He spoke to The Jakarta Post's Adisti Sukma Sawitri and Riyadi Suparno to discuss his vision of the property business and the shifting living trend in Greater Jakarta.

What exactly is The St. Moritz?

We are building 17 buildings that will provide 11 centers in one area, including office buildings, apartments, schools, a hotel, a hospital and a mall. The office building has 65 floors and will be the tallest in Indonesia.

The 135-hectare land plot is designed to be a self-sustaining business district with a block concept so that everybody can walk from one building to another.

We also want the new business district to be a global city, competing not with other developers, but with other cities in Southeast Asia.

We have a competitive advantage; property prices in Jakarta are among the cheapest in the world. According to Global Property Guide 2008, the average apartment price in Jakarta is US$1,068 per square meter while in Manila it is $1,969. In Kuala Lumpur, it's $1,400.

We still have the chance to compete with other cities in Asia if we offer good quality. That's why we need to build the biggest, the tallest, the best.

Why did you pick a location in West Jakarta for the mega project?

Jakarta has been developing from the north to the south for decades. The south has become a mature area. West and East Jakarta are the growth corridors of the future.

Now Semanggi and Sudirman (business districts) may seem to be better locations, but we have seen that these areas have been suffering floods and unbearable traffic congestion. It only has toll roads to Cawang and Pluit.

Meanwhile, employees working in the business districts live in suburban areas like Depok or Tangerang. People have to waste a lot of time and energy to reach those areas.

We have seen several oil companies that have moved their offices to Simatupang (a street in Jakarta's southern outskirts) since their employees live in Cilandak or other suburban areas in the south. The employees are still fresh when reaching the offices as they don't have to sit in two-hour traffic.

In the future, our new business district will also look better as it is closer to the airport. All growing districts in developed countries are always close to airports. People could easily access the airport for business travel and vacation.

In Shanghai, business districts first pooled in Puxi. Now they have moved to Pudong (district), closer to the airport.

Another good thing is that we are located in the intersection near toll roads (the western section of the Jakarta Outer Ring Road) and the airport toll road. These toll roads can take people in four different directions in the city. The toll road is expected to be finished in 2010, while the first phase of our project is scheduled to be completed by 2011.

What is the target market for apartments given the over supply problems?

I don't think we have oversupply problems. In terms of location, West Jakarta is not oversupplied with apartments, while in terms of products we are aiming for high-end users who could live there with families.

Currently, the market is oversupplied with small apartments, usually less than 70 square meters with one bedroom. This kind of apartment is usually for investors or single people.

We try to capture the demand for bigger apartments. We provide units from 88 to 270 square meters. The smallest has two bedrooms, while the largest has five. The unit prices range from US$90,000 to $300,000.

Do you also expect people living in houses to shift to the apartments?

Yes, we hope those living in 100 to 200 square-meter multi-story houses, and who are tired of floods and live far from the city will look to our products. Senior residents whose children have started to live on their own may also look for smaller but comfortable places like these apartments.

With the worsening traffic congestion, has "back to the city" become the trend in Jakarta?

The city and its neighboring regions have been occupied with sprawling infrastructure, forcing housing areas far away from the offices. As the distances between the two increase, so does travel time and energy requirements.

The toll roads the government is constructing will not solve congestion as they will merely encourage people to travel more. In the future, people will invest more in properties in integrated commercial and residential areas to avoid traffic.

But still, this "back to the city" concept must be supported with infrastructure like toll roads, to make it easier to get to a lot of places. We can't solve congestion, but we can improve it by building residential areas near toll roads.

Has demand for apartments shifted the demand for multi-story houses in Jakarta's suburbs?

Demand for houses and apartments will always be there as these are basic necessities, but there is a high chance that people will migrate to apartments.

If we look at other big cities like New York, we are on exactly the same path. People started with houses. As land prices got higher and availability decreased, high-rises began sprouting and people started living in apartments.

We are in the early stage of that process. One day, more people will look toward apartments and we can provide them with nice ones. From our study, a standard apartment should be no smaller than 80 square meters.
Copyright © 2008 The Jakarta Post - PT Bina Media Tenggara. All Rights Reserved.
Source URL: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2008/06/16/lippo-039back-city039-migration-needs-infrastructure-support.html

Lippo St Moritz in West Jakarta Central Business District






Comprising 135 hectare of land and 7 million square meters of floor area (equals to 1,050 units of soccer field), Lippo Group offers a City-Block Concept as the ones in Singapore, Hongkong, London and New York. West Jakarta CBD (Central Business District) will be the right place for Fortune 500 Companies. It will also have wide pedestrian way with low pollution to ensure healthy environment.

Located in West Jakarta not far from 4 directions of toll way, St Moritz is surely in a very strategic place.


North Direction: Pantai Indah Kapuk – Pluit – International Airport Soekarno-Hatta
South Direction: Pondok Indah – Kemang – TB Simatupang
East Direction: Tomang – Slipi – Semanggi
West Direction: Lippo Karawaci – Serpong – Tangerang



THE HUB FOR:

  1. Entertainment
  2. Business
  3. Healthcare
  4. Education

All in one Place:

  • The Tallest
  • The Biggest
  • The most complete
  • The most luxurious
  • The most advanced infrastructure.

    Lippo West Jakarta CBD’s 11-in-1 integrated facilities in the first and only in the world including:
  1. Condominium :Presidential suite towers,Ambassador tower,royal suite tower.
  2. Five Star Hotel:Arya Duta Hotel
  3. Club house
  4. Aviant French Spa
  5. Exhibition Center
  6. Shopping Center
  7. Sea World
  8. 65 storey office tower
  9. International School: Sekolah Pelita Harapan
  10. Siloam International Hospital
  11. Wedding Chapel

Lippo Group explains 7 reasons why property in West Jakarta CBD is a good investment.
Value of the property will raise 400% as West Jakarta is a developing district in Jakarta with high potential.
Government’s Master plan set a CBD in West Jakarta and the limited area of 135 hectare in the CBD will leverage the price.
As it is located in the area between four directions of toll way, you can transport anywhere easier and more efficient.


Situated near Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
The longest bridge on earth connecting Sumatera and Java Island is already set on Government’s Master plan. The bridge will make West Jakarta CBD a centre of business, education, health and entertainment.
Aiming middle-up market segment, West Jakarta CBD features international level health and education facilities, not to mention the prominent retails.
While most apartments are still in other districts, St Moritz Apartment in West Jakarta CBD will generate high capital gain.

11 in 1 Facilities Development in The St. Moritz Penthouse & Residences




11 in 1 Facilities Development in The St. Moritz Penthouse & Residences

Lippo Group, pengembang properti terintegrasi dan terbesar di Indonesia telah meluncurkan mega proyek senilai Rp. 11 trilyun [US$ 1,2 milyar]

The St. Moritz Penthouses and Residences, sebuah kota berskala internasional (global city) yang terletak di kawasan Puri Indah, Jakarta Barat.

The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences adalah proyek yang pertama dan satu-satunya di Indonesia yang menggunakan konsep 11-in-1 dan mengintegrasikan konsep kota baru vertikal dengan infrastruktur berstandar global, serta fasilitas umum yang dirancang sesuai dengan cita rasa komunitas ekspatriat internasional dan kalangan atas Jakarta.

The St. Moritz dirancang oleh DP Architects (Singapura) dan beberapa konsultan kelas internasional lainnya ini akan dilengkapi dengan berbagai fasilitas eksklusif seluas 1 juta m2, sekitar 150 kali ukuran lapangan sepak bola. The St. Moritz Penthouses and Residences akan menjadi ikon baru di pusat Jakarta mencakup pembangunan 17 gedung pencakar langit, yang diantaranya adalah gedung dengan 65 lantai yang akan menjadi gedung tertinggi di Jakarta.

The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences adalah properti yang tidak dapat disejajarkan dengan properti lain di Indonesia. Penggunaan konsep mixed 11-in-1 telah menjadi benchmark baru, sementara kualitas dan standar global yang digunakan juga tanpa tanding. The St. Moritz Penthouse and Residences merupakan kota global sesungguhnya, seperti London, New York, dan kota-kota kosmopolitan lain di seluruh dunia.

Sementara Gordon G. Benton, Senior Executive Architect, Urban Planner, mengatakan bahwa ke depan proyek ini akan memanfaatkan air yang ada di sekitarnya dengan system water treatment serta mencakup 15-20% kawasan ini ditetapkan sebagai green area, termasuk di atas atap gedungnya dengan estimasi akan ditanam sekitar 2000 pohon.


Untuk InformasiPenjualan dapat menghubungi
Samuel David Immanuel
 Esia:  021-99978099
 Mobile: 0815-8851888
Email: Hp08158851888@gmail.com