Four Winds Senayan
Four Winds Senayan is a luxury residential tower of 20 floors for a total of 122 apartments. Completed in 2018 on 4,400m2 of land, it was developed by the group PT Tri Tirta Permata.
I visited this property with an agent, and this is my complete review of it.
- 1 Location:
- 2 Building Quality
- 3 Comfort
- 4 Management
- 5 Sizes and Prices of Units
- 6 Address
- 7 More Photos
- 8 My Ratings
Neighborhood and Transportation
In which neighborhood of Jakarta is Four Winds located?
Four Winds is located in the district of Kebayoran Lama, but it is more accurate to include it in the neighborhood of Senayan. The latter is an affluent area which is modern by Jakarta standards (larger roads, cleaner, less polluted, newer buildings). It features a superblock, called Senayan Square, where you can find the Fairmont Hotel, Plaza Senayan Mall, Plaza Senayan Apartments, Senayan Arcadia and Sentral Senayan Offices.
It is a rather strategic location as it is only 15 minutes away from Jalan Sudirman, the most important street in Jakarta and the heart of the business district.
Senayan is also a popular shopping destination with several malls like Plaza Senayan, Senayan City, FX Sudirman, Sentral Senayan 3 and Ratu Plaza. Because of that, you’ll also find plenty of cafés, restaurants, and bars.
How does it look like around the apartment?
The surroundings of Four Winds are very boring. There is nothing to do walking distance from the property:
By car, with normal traffic conditions, how far is it from:
– Jakarta Airport (CGK): 60 minutes
– Grand Indonesia Mall: 25 minutes
– Sudirman Business District: 15 minutes
– Kota Tua: 70 minutes
– Kemang: 30 minutes
Public transportation and access to highways:
– Nearest Transjakarta halt: Simprug 1 (300 meters away) or Ruko Permata Senayan (500 meters away)
– Nearest train station: Kebayoran (2.5 kilometers away)
– Nearest MRT station: Senayan (2.5 kilometers away)
– Nearest Toll road: Jakarta Inner Ring Road (6km away)
These are the important landmarks nearby:
Plaza Senayan is about 10-15 minutes away. It is one of the best malls in Jakarta, with a mix of high-end boutiques and some more affordable brands. It is also great for dining and going out (cinema, bars, cafes, etc).
Another good option is Senayan City (upper-middle class mall), also 10-15 minutes away by car.
The malls ITC Permata Hijau and Bellezza are only 5-10 minutes away but they are not really interesting (except for the supermarkets).
The nearest supermarket is Hero Permata Hijau, only 300 meters away. There are also FoodHall supermarkets in the malls Bellezza, Plaza Senayan and Senayan City. For cheaper prices, you can go to the Carrefour/Transmart in ITC Permata Hijau.
There are several good restaurants just 5 minutes away from Four Winds (Plan B, Casa Mexico, etc). If that’s not enough, just go to Plaza Senayan (from high-end to midrange), Senayan City, Senayan Arcadia (upmarket) and FX Sudirman (middle range).
Bars and Nightlife:
Union bar in Plaza Senayan is popular. You can also check the venues in the Crystal Lagoon in Senayan City. Otherwise, the neighborhoods of Senopati, Mega Kuningan and SCBD (15 minutes by car) are the current hotspots of Jakarta nightlife.
– Universities: Pertamina, Moestopo, Binus, Al-Azhar, Atma Jaya Semanggi
– Schools: Jakarta Intercultural School (Pattimura campus for elementary), SMA Al-Azhar, Hope International School, Heritage School
– Preschool: Lollikids Montessori
Parks and golf courses:
Bung Karno Stadium Park (5-10 minutes)
Senayan Golf Course (5 minutes)
Building and Architecture
Who is the developer?
Four Winds was developed by a company called PT Tri Tirta Permata, whose founder is the architect Reggy Widjaya. After doing some internet research, it seems that it is linked to Argo Manunggal, an Indonesian conglomerate famous for building the Alam Sutera superblock in Tangerang. They are also behind the Vasanta Group and Bekasi Fajar Industrial Estate.
Another shareholder of Four Winds is the group Daiwa House from Japan.
Who is the architect?
Four Winds was designed by Tetra Desaindo, a firm that built the Cyber2 tower and the Standard Chartered office in Jakarta.
Who is the contractor?
It was Tata Mulia, a large company that constructed some prestigious buildings in Jakarta, such as the Gama tower (tallest tower in Indonesia), the Anandamaya Residences, and the Four Seasons (tower 3).
What is the situation with the land certificate?
The developer has a Hak Guna Bangunan Murni, which means the property was built on its own land. As an apartment owner, you get a “Strata Title di atas HGB Murni”.
Design and Appearance
How does the building look like?
From Outside (Facade):
Landscaping and Garden:
The garden in Four Winds is very small and limited to the rooftop area:
Corridors and lifts:
Materials and Equipment
What is the quality of the materials, furniture, and equipment used in the construction?
This is an evaluation of the quality I observed (ranked from 1 – worst – to 10 – best):
In common areas:
Tiles lobby: 9
Tiles corridors: 7
Painting (wall, ceiling): 8
Lighting fixtures: 8
Gym equipment: 7
Pool equipment: 8
In the apartments:
Bathroom equipment: 7.5
Kitchen equipment: 7.5
Overall Quality: 8.1/10
Facilities and Services
What are the facilities provided in the property?
– Swimming pool (with a kid’s pool). The area is very windy.
– Gym: It is quite disappointing. There are only a few machines, not enough for proper weight-lifting:
– Other facilities and services:
– Facilities and serviced not pictured here: Kids playground
Quality of living
Is the property busy?
No. It was very quiet when I visited. It seems the occupancy is still low.
Is it noisy?
There is a busy road in front of Four Winds. However, since the windows in the apartments are sound-proof, you cannot hear too much noise.
What is the background (ethnicity, social status) residents?
The residents are a mix of Indonesians and expats.
Are there issues with the electricity supply?
None that I know about.
Are their issues with parking?
None that I know about.
Are there enough lifts?
Are there visible damages?
No, it is still a new property.
Overall maintenance rating: 8/10
I found the property to be clean.
Overall cleanliness rating: 8.5/10
The garden is well-maintained.
Overall gardening rating: 8.5/10
– Guards: On duty at the entrance and lobby 24/7
– CCTV cameras: In the lobby and public areas
– Access: You need a card to reach your floor
Overall security rating: 9/10
The staff is friendly and professional.
Overall hospitality rating: 8/10
Sizes and Prices of Units
The prices of the apartments may vary depending on many factors such as the floor, the unit type, the room condition and the furnishings.
Be aware that you may also need to pay for additional fees: Service charge, parking fee, electricity and water bills, etc.
Below is an estimation of the prices in Four Winds Senayan:
66m2 with 1 bathroom
Average renting price: IDR 14M/month or IDR 168M/year
Average buying price: IDR 2,700,000,000
109m2 with 2 bathrooms and 1 maid room
Average renting price: IDR 17M/month or IDR 210M/year
Average buying price: IDR 4,800,000,000
146m2 with 2 bathrooms and 1 maid room
Average renting price: IDR 22M/month or IDR 264M/year
Average buying price: IDR 6,300,000,000
The units all have a common lift.
Here are some photos I took of a 2-bedroom unit:
Four Winds Apartments
Jl. Permata Hijau No.1,
Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta 12210
Phone number: +62 852 1000 1775
or +62 21 225 343 88
I do my best to write honest and detailed reviews of the apartments I visit. If you disagree with my rating, please let me know why and leave your own rating at the end of this page.
- Strategic and exclusive location in Senayan, near the business district.
- Stylish and spacious apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows.
- Great rooftop with a long pool and an amazing view.
- Boutique property with a limited number of units.
- 300 meters from Hero supermarket.
- Boring neighborhood, nothing to do walking distance.
- Apart from the swimming pool, the facilities are a bit disappointing.
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