Plaza IndonesiaEdit profile
Plaza Indonesia is located in central Jakarta and is often referred to as PI. Plaza Indonesia is the first high end shopping centre in Indonesia. It opened its doors in 1990. Plaza Indonesia is located on the prominent corner of Jakarta's famous landmark, the selamat datang (welcome) statue. Still leading as one of the finest shopping centres in the country, it was previously occupied by Indonesia's first Sogo flagship department store as well as numerous international fashion labels and jewelries including Gucci, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Christian Dior, Christian Louboutin, Marc Jacobs, Jimmy Choo, Jean Paul Gaultier, Alberta Ferretti, Lanvin, Cartier, Mont Blanc, Prada, Aigner and many more. and the latest being Zara's Indonesia flagship store. Some of the new stores are opening in April 2010, such as versace, vinoti living, etc. Its cafes and restaurants include Sushi Tei, Imperial Treasure and Dome (coffeehouse). In 2003, the mall expanded and opened Plaza Indonesia Entertainment X'nter, linked by a bridge to the original shopping centre. 2007 saw the development of Keraton Grand Hyatt Residence and a new office tower located above another new extension of the shopping centre. Grand Hyatt Jakarta is also a part of this mixed-use development and is a prominent landmark in the city. Sogo closed its flagship department store at Plaza Indonesia on February 28, 2007. The previous Sogo Supermarket however is still operating after being redeveloped into the Sogo Food Hall. The west wing of the previously occupied space has been renovated, featuring Indonesia's first Debenhams department store and a Marks and Spencer store. The former main department store space reopened in September 2007 as luxury boutiques and restaurants.