Mall Taman Anggrek


Mall Taman Anggrek
Mall Taman Anggrek
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Exterior view of Mall Taman Anggrek, with the apartment towers
Location West Jakarta, Indonesia
Opening date August 1996
Developer PT Mulia Intipelangi
Management PT Mulia Intipelangi
Owner PT Mulia Intipelangi
No. of stores and services 526
No. of anchor tenants 3
Total retail floor area 360,000 square meters
Parking 4000 cars
No. of floors 7 (retail)
Website www.taman-anggrek-mall.com

Mall Taman Anggrek, translated to "Orchid Garden Mall" in English (also known as MTA or TA), is The Largest Shopping Mall in Indonesia. Yet, in terms of gross building area Taman Anggrek remains bigger than Grand Indonesia and one of the largest upscale shopping malls and condominium complexes in Southeast Asia. It is located in Grogol Petamburan, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The mall itself is named after a real orchid garden which occupied the building site prior to construction.

It currently houses Timezone and Matahari Department Store, Metro Department Store and Fitness First as well as Zara and Aigner. Recently, the four cineplex studios has been renovated and rebranded as Anggrek XXI Cinema. It once housed Indonesia's Marks and Spencer flagship store. As a newest entertainment center housed here is Inul Vizta, an exclusive karaoke lounge and pool billiards.

The shopping mall was Southeast Asia's largest shopping mall when opened in 1996. The mall is nestled within eight residential towers and houses more than 500 specialized stores, spread within seven floors. The mall has a gross leasable area (lettable retail space) of 110,000 m2 (1,200,000 sq ft) and a total building area of 360,000 m2 (3,900,000 sq ft).[1]

Throughout the complex, there are more than 10 exhibition areas, including a spectacular 800-square-meter center atrium which regularly host major events and exhibitions. One such event was the Guinness 9 Ball pool tournament. The mall also boasts Southeast Asia's first indoor ice rink, which continuously draws crowd from various parts of the city.

Mall Taman Anggrek is owned and managed by Indonesia's Mulia Group, and designed by Altoon & Porter Architects (Los Angeles).

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See also

  • List of largest shopping malls in the world

References

  1. ^ "Factsheet". Official site. http://www.taman-anggrek-mall.com/mall_factsheet.html. Retrieved 7 December 2010. 


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