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Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
or known as KG is a neighborhood of Jakarta, Indonesia. The neighborhood corresponds roughly with the administrative villages of Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Barat and Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Timur. Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
is known to the local populates as a city within a city, due to the integrated residential-commercial planning, and the supporting facilities.[citation needed] Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
is also the name of a subdistrict in North Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Contents

1 History 2 Government 3 Residential 4 Commercial 5 Industrial 6 Flood problem 7 Education 8 List of important places 9 References

History[edit] Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
was an undeveloped marshland and sparsed agricultural land until 1976, when a local real estate developer company, PT Summarecon Agung, developed Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
into a more productive land by establishing an integrated residential-commercial area in a grid-like urban planning with main boulevards and supporting facilities including schools and hospitals.[1][2] Government[edit] As a subdistrict (Indonesian kecamatan), Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
is the southernmost subdistrict of North Jakarta. Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
subdistrict has a total area of 1,633.7 hectares (4,037 acres).[citation needed] The subdistrict is bounded by Bekasi Raya - Perintis Kemerdekaan Road to the south, Sunter Canal to the west, Bendungan Batik Canal to the north, and Cakung - Petukangan River to the east. Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
subdistrict is divided into 3 kelurahan (administrative villages):

Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Barat - area code 14240 Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Timur - area code 14240 Pegangsaan Dua - area code 14250

Residential[edit] Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
residential area is targeted toward the middle to upper market. Artha Gading Villa and Kuta residence in Bukit Gading Villa are up-market areas in the location. The prices for land in these areas soar to around 22–25 million rupiah per square meter in 2011. The prime location, and often luxurious houses contribute to the price factor. 65% of the residents of Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
are Chinese Indonesians.[1] Since the late 1990s, Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
starts to have vertical residences. Starting from Kondominium Menara Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
on the east gate, Wisma Gading Permai, to Gading Mediterranean Residences. After that more and more apartment building starts to fill out Kelapa Gading's sky. Investing in apartments and property at Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
often gives a promising[clarification needed] profit. On average, a unit of apartment can be worth as much as twice its price in 2–5 years. Commercial[edit] In Jakarta, Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
is famous amongst food lovers. Individuals can find Indonesian food such as Chinese food, Minang food or Javanese food, as well as Japanese food, Thai food and Western food. The central point in Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
is an area known as Gading Food City. 6°09′37″S 106°54′22″E / 6.16022°S 106.90624°E / -6.16022; 106.90624 Coordinates: 6°09′41″S 106°54′16″E / 6.16140°S 106.90448°E / -6.16140; 106.90448 The subdistrict of Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
contains six shopping malls within 20 kilometer radius[citation needed]. In 2004, Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
has approximately 365,000 m2 of shopping centers[citation needed]. Some of these malls are Mal Kelapa Gading
Mal Kelapa Gading
(the first and the largest shopping mall in Kelapa Gading, opened in 1990 by PT Summarecon Agung), La Piazza, Sport Mall (the location of The BritAma Arena, a home base for Satria Muda basketball club), Mal Artha Gading, Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Trade Center, and Mall of Indonesia. Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
has several bars and entertainment places that open up until late night. People in Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
usually hang out to various types of bar: Korean Soju
Soju
bars such as Oppa House of Soju
Soju
and Hangover, famous night bars with cozy architectural designs such as District Bar & Resto that offers a wide range of local to International cuisines and Holywings that is famous for its Korean foods especially the chicken wings, both places offer varieties of non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks. Youngsters also enjoy the local karaokes such as Happy Puppy Karaoke or NAV Karaoke. Industrial[edit] Industrial area is mainly concentrated in Pegangsaan Dua administrative village, to the west of Kelapa Gading. Flood problem[edit] Despite being a well-developed area, Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
is affected by flood every rainy season due to its geographically low plain characteristic (5 meters above sea level) and the lack of effective flood diversion network established by the developer. The subdistrict was severely affected by the 2007 Jakarta
Jakarta
flood, the worst flooding disaster in Jakarta. Flood control infrastructures in Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
are several small reservoirs in the Administrative Village of Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Barat, with linking water channels.[3] Since 2010 the East Flood Channel is already functioning, diverting water that used to cross Kelapa Gading's surrounding waterway. Many are hoping that this Flood Channel can really make Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
flood free. Since 2007 - 2011 no crucial flood happened. Education[edit]

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North Jakarta
Jakarta
Intercultural School is located in Kelapa Gading.[4] SIS Kelapa Gading is an IB curriculum school located in Kelapa Gading.[5] Raffles Christian School Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
is a Cambridge curriculum school located in Kelapa Gading[6] List of important places[edit]

Mal Artha Gading Mal Kelapa Gading The BritAma Arena

References[edit]

^ a b "Kecamatan Kelapa Gading" (in Indonesian). info Gading Group. 2009. Archived from the original on April 13, 2010. Retrieved April 20, 2010.  ^ "Profil Perusahaan" (in Indonesian). Summarecon. Archived from the original on November 1, 2010. Retrieved April 20, 2010.  ^ Rudy Victor Sinaga (2003). "Properti di Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Tak Kenal Krisis" (in Indonesian). Sinar Harapan. Archived from the original on January 13, 2010. Retrieved April 20, 2010.  ^ "Contact Us." North Jakarta
Jakarta
Intercultural School. Retrieved on June 20, 2016. "Address: Jl. Boulevard Bukit Gading Raya Kelapa Gading Jakarta
Jakarta
Utara 14240 Indonesia
Indonesia
" ^ [1]. Singapore School Kelapa Gading. Retrieved on May 8, 2015. "Jl. Pegangsaan Dua No.83 Kelapa Gading
Kelapa Gading
Jakarta" ^ "Homepage". 

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