PIK 2 Automotive District Officially Opens, Becoming an Elite Automotive Area

DAPURPACU – Finally, the Pantai Indah Kapuk Automotive District (PIK) 2 area has officially opened to the public, providing various strategic locations for automotive industry players.

Built on 3 hectares of land, it is now claimed that 70 percent of the largest and most complete automotive center area in Indonesia has been sold or 132 units are occupied by tenants.

They come from various different business backgrounds, ranging from car showrooms, workshops, salons, accessories and other equipment. The opening of the district is scheduled to take place in several stages.

In the next stage, the development will be expanded to 6 hectares which is planned to be equipped with a transaction area, food court and other supporting facilities.

“This step is a sign that the automotive industry is becoming more advanced and as a support for the national economy, among other things by opening up many job opportunities,” said MPR Chairman Bambang Soesatyo, on the sidelines of the inauguration Saturday (17/9) evening.

Especially in the second phase of construction, he continued, the management even decided to sort tenants with a larger size, compared to phase one.

“Because there is already 200 percent over capacity from the letters of interest signed by prospective tenants,” explained the man who currently also serves as General Chair of the Indonesian Motorcycle Association (IMI).

On the other hand, the presence of Prestige Corp, also led by Rudy Salim, in the Automotive District is a strength in itself, especially in improving the quality of resources, as well as increasing expansion capabilities in a more systematic, measurable and accountable manner.

For information, the area which started construction in March 2022 has consumed investment funds of up to IDR 100 billion. And it could be that, along with the high enthusiasm of the tenants, the investment value will increase.

According to him, the PIK2 Automotive District is also a marker of Indonesia’s economic progress. Considering the presence of supercars and their automotive derivatives, they can be a benchmark for a country’s economic progress.

“As seen in the United Arab Emirates and Monaco, which have many supercars on their roads, the PIK 2 Automotive District will be the main gathering destination for industry activists and various car lovers who are members of automotive clubs and communities,” he added.

“Target is not playing around. “Starting from PIK 2, areas like this will also be present in various other big cities in Indonesia, at least 2 different cities every year,” he said.

Rudy added, in the second phase of development the area is planned to have approximately 40 units with larger unit sizes than in phase one.

This Automotive District is the result of collaboration between Sanny Liawati (President Commissioner), Lioe Cie Hung (Commissioner), Iwan Tjahjadi (President Director), Daniel Hermanto (Director), and Josua Juan Setiawan (Chief Operating Officer). [dp/EK]

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