Shopping Eyes – GIST


Grand Indonesia Shopping Town consists of Grand Indonesia Shopping Mall, BCA Tower, Kempinski Private Residences and Hotel Indonesia Kempinski. Designed by RTKL Associates Inc., a well respected architecture and urban planning firm headquartered in Baltimore, the core concept was to merge the grandeur of a cutting edge mega complex with the friendly atmosphere of a well-integrated small town.

As the biggest premium leased mall in Indonesia, Grand Indonesia Shopping Town provides a retail space of 132.272 m2 and a parking area with a capacity of approximately 5.500 cars. Divided into East Mall, West Mall, these are connected by an impressive 5 levels Skybridge, the shops include many exclusive international and Indonesian brands and offer unforgettable shopping, eating and entertainment experiences. The 8-stories Grand Indonesia Shopping Mall offers a large variety of stores designed to cater every taste and needs – fashion & accessories, food & beverages, lifestyle and hobbies, children’s playground, local and international brand beauty product and health equipment, as well as exclusive international luxury brands and casual attire with a big emphasis on young local designers at Level One.

The 3rd floor Skybridge connecting the east and west wings of the complex also serves as a comfortable but affordable food court known as the Food Loüver, so-named because of the extensive use of vertical louvers there. With a capacity of more than 700 people, the look of this 3.200m2 area is decidedly modern minimalistic. Based on a Zen concept, it, too, is divided into different areas; here named after the main material used-Tree Bark Zone, Burnt Wood Zone, Glass Zone, Bamboo Zone and Brick Zone. The various array of food offered, ranges of European to traditional Indonesian cuisines freshly cooked on the premises.

Grand Indonesia Shopping Town also has a thematic retail concept which was inspired the excitement and glamour of the more fashionable neighborhood of the world’s most famous cities: excitement of New York’s renowned nightlife. Its centerpiece, a replica of Art Deco icon, Rockefeller Center, features light shops and a spectacular dancing fountain; the fascination of Paris,and the romantic allure of its Moulin Rouge neighborhood; and the lush and soothing greenery o please those in search of serenity and calm. This thematic area was designed by Gary Goddard Entertainment Incorporated, a major entertainment design firm with an impressive portfolio, the firm was the creative force behind both Universal Studios Hollywood and Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.


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