Strategically located in the epicenter of Jakarta's financial district and within the golden triangle zone, International Financial Centre Jakarta (IFC) is the preferred business address for major corporations and financial institutions.
Standing tall at 215 metres, IFC Tower 2 is a 38 storey Grade A column-free office space.
International Financial Centre Jakarta Tower Two is the first project in Indonesia to be conferred the highest Green Mark Platinum Award by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore (BCA). Incorporating the latest innovative green technology, some of the sustainable features of the office tower include the recycling of rainwater for irrigation and innovation that reduces heat emission while providing optimal comfort within the building.
With its iconic structure and an enviable address, the building boasts enthralling bird’s eye views across Jakarta city skyline and places you in the best spot in the Central Business District within close proximity to international-grade hotels, a myriad of entertainment options and host of amenities. It also enjoys excellent accessibility via key transport routes, such as the Transjakarta busway and future Jakarta mass rapid transit.
45 minutes to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
1 minute walk to Setiabudi MRT station (Opening in August 2017)
Two minutes' walk to Karet TransJakarta bus rapid transit station.
Taxi is available for hire outside International Financial Centre Tower 2
Servcorp offices are located on level 33 of the International Financial Centre Tower 2.
Level 33 also features glorious artwork depicting Jakarta city scenes by renowned artist Bonny Setiawan. The thematic art pieces reflect old Javanese traditions such as herbs sellers, Javanese weddings, or Wayang Kulit, defined by a typical juxtaposition of traditional and modern life to demonstrate the tensions in simultaneous play in the human experience.
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