Imagine Sicily town in Italy coming to Jakarta, Indonesia. In this upcoming green open space, Orange Groves, you can enjoy dining, shopping, and vacationing experiences all at once.


With the pandemic and the world recovering completely very soon, three of Indonesia's biggest industrial companies work together to bring one of Indonesia's prestigious open spaces facility beside the flowing river and encompassing trees shades along the walking area, called Orange Groves. 

Orange Groves will open in October 2022. The three companies in collaboration are Agung Sedayu Group, Salim Group, and Amantara. 

"We are creating an experience that will make each guest feel like they are on a little holiday each time they visit Orange Groves. The property's serene location along the Tahang River is the perfect place to go when you want to escape the city and relax," said General Manager of Orange Groves, Magnus Giaever. 

"Our team is excited to build a creative community between our guests, the independent brands at Orange Groves, and our local partners. We all share a zest for life and plan to have a smashing good time each day down by the river."

Inspired by the beauty of the orange farm in Italy's town called, Sicily, the 1,1-hectare space enables its visitors not only to experience walking in the green spaces but can also enjoy dining while shopping around the area. Visitors can also work in the local cafes and gathering around with friends at the hangout spots beside the flowing river. Along its walking area, there are trees shades which will enhance its windy and calm nuance. 

The facility is located in the Greenbelt of PIK 2, Jakarta. Five minutes away from Pantjoran PIK, the upcoming Orange Groves will invite top tenants to support the needs of their modern consumers, ranging from fashion to interior design, gym, beauty counters, food, and beverages. 

Prestigious restaurants like Acta Brasserie, Osteria Gia, Patty & Sons, Saigon Delight, and Chica San Chen are soon to be lining up in its FnB section. Despite its luxurious facade, Orange Groves promises a warm welcome for SMEs and communities into the venue to share the same vision to be the next tourism destination.

Courtesy of Orange Groves


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Agung Sedayu Group is a leading property developer with a proven track record since 1971. It has developed some of the most iconic properties and spaces in Indonesia. One of their projects was the Pantai Indah Kapuk or more known as the White Sand Beach. The company has built residential, commercial, hotels, and industrial zones. 

“It is not an easy feat to develop a business while we are all adapting with an endemic," said COO Malls & Retails Division 2, Sawitri Setiawan, when attending Orange Groves' groundbreaking ceremony on the site on March 25 alongside CEO Hotels & Malls Division 2, Natalia Kusumo and Marcus Giaever.  

"Among the many things to prepare and pay attention to are the health protocols. Our team has readied everything well in advance with vigilance to the current government rules and regulations."

The company partnered with Salim Group and Amantara for this project.  Salim Group is one of the biggest Indonesian companies owning several stock exchanges in different fields. One of them in the food production is owning Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk. 

The group not only earns success in Indonesia but also in Thailand, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Vietnam, the US, Europe, and Australia. Today, the group owns 20 companies registered globally and employs more than 400,000 people. 

Meanwhile, Amantara is a subsidiary of Agung Sedayu Group. The company focuses on being the modern trendsetter by building properties with distinct characters and personalities while preserving culture, supporting local businesses, and encouraging sustainable living. 

With the collaboration of the three companies, aside from Orange Groves, they are in the progress of building other facilities around Jakarta. They are By The Sea at Golf Island PIK which will open in June 2022, the eco-lifestyle hub, Central Market which will open in August 2022, Land's End which will open in December 2022 along with Batavia PIK, and Indonesian Design District in January 2023. 

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