Jakarta Property Market Review 4Q 2023
Navigating uncertainty with cautious optimism
- Yunus Karim
Indonesia's resilient economy is expected to maintain its growth in the coming year. The office sector saw a limited but positive return to net demand, driven by Grade A offices. The retail market witnessed new international entries, particularly in F&B, luxury beauty, and fashion, with expected healthy mall rental growth due to limited supply and steady domestic demand.
The condominium sector experienced a decline in sales, but the landed housing market remained robust, partly due to government tax incentives. The modern logistics warehouse sector saw record-breaking supply and demand, with third-party logistics providers being the dominant tenants. Jakarta's international visitation reached 80% of pre-pandemic levels, driven by strong corporate demand, leading to RevPAR growth across all hotel segments.
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