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Just wondering if there are construction going on to prepare for the Bandung Summit next year? Biggest concern for me is the traffic that is going to cause havoc with the local population. They said that over 100 head of states will be in the city.
 
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Alvin said:
sorry, whats the Bandung Summit?
If I am not mistaken, it is the conference of the non aligned movement that is supposed to be the second version of the original Konferensi Asia Afrika.

I think they are trying to make sure that the toll road that will connect Jakarta to Bandung will be ready by then.
 

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Can not take the nation leaders by parahyangan train... kalo mogok atawa anjlok malu atuhhhhh hahaha
 

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Can not take the nation leaders by parahyangan train... kalo mogok atawa anjlok malu atuhhhhh hahaha
yes .. that's rite.. but you know then.. there is a ultimate brand new technology called.... airplane *cough* :eek2:
 

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Hey! I just read about jalan Braga on the net yesterday. They say it was "the fifth avenue" in Bandung during colonial times. I think this city walk concept can be very interesting :cheers:
 

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Already an old article, but it doesn't give much hope for the preservation/renovation of the colonial buildings on Jl. Braga:

Heat put on Braga street development
Source: The Jakarta Post, April 13, 2004

Yuli Tri Suwarni, The Jakarta Post, Bandung

The controversial Braga City Walk project was unlikely to bring the historic Jl. Braga area back to life, a heritage activist and residents said on Monday.

Bandung Heritage Society chairwoman Harastoeti said building a mall, apartment, supermarket and hotel on the street would not be enough to attract people to the area.

The developer and the government should also renovate existing infrastructure and add street lamps and beautiful sidewalks to lure people, she said. A simple upgrade of the sidewalks was not enough.

While the project could attract Bandung residents, it was likely they would only visit the mall, Harastoeti said. People were unlikely to use the sidewalks to buy souvenirs from the shops along the street, as was planned by the government and the developer.

"People will be reluctant to walk on Jl. Braga, as all they need, including shops, cafes and restaurants, they can already get in the mall," she said.

The planned complex is to be set about 50 meters back from Jl. Braga, with developer Bangun Mitra Mandiri promising to provide wide sidewalks for pedestrians on the street as part of the "City Walk" concept.

The firm's executive director, Tjen Ruddy Chandra, has said the complex would occupy 40,000 square meters of land. His company had invested Rp 300 billion (US$35 million) into the project, which could be completed by the end of 2005.

Construction would start immediately after approval from the Bandung administration, Tjen said.

Harastoeti predicted the construction of the buildings would only aggravate traffic jams on the street, as there would be more cars trying to get into the shopping mall complex.

David B. Soediono, the chairman of the Braga Residents Association, said the government, developer and residents should hold a roundtable discussion to determine the street's future.

All parties had to think of how to create a conducive environment to get people onto the sidewalks, generating business for the street's now quiet shops, David said.

Jl. Braga used to be one of the city's main thoroughfares, especially in the Dutch colonial era. Some important shops and company offices were located on the street, including Abundatia florists, which supplied flowers to the governor general's palace in Batavia, now Jakarta.

Over time, the street became more quiet as more owners abandoned their shops, following the shoppers attracted to other parts of the city.

As a result, about a quarter of the 129 historic buildings in the area were destroyed, half were neglected and in disrepair and only the remaining quarter had been renovated by their owners.

Bandung Mayor Dada Rosada stressed his administration had not yet officially approved the project.

"In general we agreed to the project because it is aimed at bringing the street back to life. But before it is officially approved it has to pass environmental impact analysis by the Bandung government," he said.
 

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Aduch ...Bandung jangan bikin gedung2 bertingkat dech ....
ada gunung deket situ .. ( tangkuban perahu )
lagian kalo di bandung banyak gedung tinggi ..... jadi bukan bandung lagih
I miss Bandung
I miss mojang bandung :)))))))))))
yg pipi nya merah kalo pagi hi hi hi
yg walau naik becak juga wajahnya cerah he he he

Ke Bandung Yukkk :) :)
 

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Pudjiadi Siapkan Proyek Marbella Dago Pakar
Tuesday, 23 May 2006 01:31:50 WIB

JAKARTA, investorindonesia.com
PT Pudjiadi Prestige Tbk pada semester II 2006 akan mengembangkan proyek Marbella Dago Pakar, Bandung. Proyek yang menelan dana sekitar Rp 300 miliar itu rencananya berdiri pada lahan seluas 14 hektare.
Kosmian Pudjiadi, direktur utama Pudjiadi Prestige, mengatakan, proyek Marbella Dago Pakar berkonsep resor, apartemen dan hotel. Proses konstruksi proyek tersebut segera dilakukan setelah pengembang memperoleh izin mendirikan bangunan (IMB) dari Pemerintah Kota Bandung.

“Pada tahap awal, kami akan membangun proyek pada lahan seluas dua setengah hektare,” ujar Kosmian kepada Investor Daily di sela cocktail party di lokasi proyek apartemen Marbella Kemang, Jakarta Selatan, akhir pekan lalu.

Proyek yang dikerjakan bersama Pudjiadi Prestige dan PT Bandung Pakar itu memiliki konsep yang hampir sama dengan Sol Elite Marbella Anyer, Banten yang juga dibangun Pudjiadi. Pengembang akan membawa konsep laut ke Marbella Dago Pakar. “Keunikan proyek ini nanti anda akan temui Marbella Dago Pakar akan ada air laut dan pasir di atas tebing Dago Pakar,” ujar Kosmian.

Proyek Marbella Dago Pakar terdiri atas empat menara 10-15 lantai dan terdiri atas 500 unit kondominium hotel (kondotel). Pembangunan proyek tersebut diperkirakan selesai pertengahan 2008.

Kosmian mengungkapkan, investasi Pudjiadi pada Marbella Dago Pakar 20% lebih murah dibanding proyek Marbella Kemang. Dia optimistis, kendati banyak pengembang menggarap proyek apartemen di Bandung, Marbella Dago Pakar akan mendapat respons positif konsumen.

“Selain konsepnya berbeda dengan apartemen karena lebih bernuansa resor, pembeli melihat track record (rekam jejak) pengembang. Karena itu, kami tak khawatir soal pasar apartemen di Bandung,” ujar Kosmian.

Secara terpisah, Ketua Dewan Pengurus Daerah (DPD) Real Estat Indonesia (REI) Jawa Barat Harry Raharta Sudrajat mengatakan, proyek Marbella Dago Pakar sangat prospektif bila dipasarkan dua hingga lima tahun ke depan. Saat ini, kata dia, sulit bagi pengembang untuk memasarkan proyek yang membidik kalangan menengah ke atas di ibu kota provinsi Jawa Barat ini.

Ditanya pengembangan proyek tersebut yang berada di daerah resapan air, Harry menilai, hal tersebut tidak menjadi kendala. “Syaratnya, dari 14 hektare areal yang akan dibangun proyek Marbella Dago Pakar, Pudjiadi harus menyisakan sedikitnya 20% untuk untuk penghijauan,” jelas Harry yang juga direktur PT Margahayu Raya. (c94)
 

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WOW Thanks Everyone! I never know that in this Forum, Bandung Construction thread is still exist. So, i will post half of my pics here. Thank you everyone! :scouserd: :scouserd:
 
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