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JAKARTA MARKETBEAT REPORTS

Arief Rahardjo • 23/02/2021
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

CBD Office: The negative impact of COVID-19 has severely affected all business sectors and triggered some downsizings, relocations and even office closures across all office buildings within the CBD area.

Retail: Despite the high number of daily COVID-19 cases in Indonesia, traffic has started to pick up at malls across Jakarta, though it has not returned to the pre-pandemic level yet.

Non-CBD Office: The pandemic has severely affected all business sectors and triggered some downsizings, relocations and even office closures across all office buildings within the Non-CBD area.

Landed Residential: Developers were keeping a conservative price growth to keep their products affordable and attractive to prospective buyers, while offering other marketing gimmicks such as provision of free administration fees.

Rental Apartment: The Condominium-for-lease sub-sector experienced occupancy decline of 0.8% QoQ, to 54.2%, due to the addition units from the newly completed condominium projects during the review quarter.

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CURRENT MARKETBEATS

Office Buildings CBD
Jakarta CBD Office MarketBeat

Demand for office is projected to start emerging in the second quarter 2021, mostly coming from the re-activations of the previously considered relocations and/or expansion plans.

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Shopping Retail
Jakarta Retail MarketBeat

By the end of 2020, the occupancy rate of Jakarta retail centers was recorded at 77.1%, significantly dropped by 4.0% since in the last year.

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Office Buildings CBD
Non CBD Office MarketBeat

The prolonged COVID-19 pandemic has been dipping the office demand and transaction activities in all five districts.

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Shopping Retail
Debotabek Retail MarketBeat

Landlords in Debotabek Retail Centers have foreseen that neither rental rate nor service charge will experience an increase in 2021, or at least until COVID-19 can be contained within the region.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Landed Residential MarketBeat

The take-up boost during the review semester was partly contributed by three newly launched estates during the second half of 2020.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Jakarta Rental Apartment MarketBeat

About 5 identified Serviced Apartment projects with total supply of 832 units are expected to enter the market in 2021.

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