Osborne+Co had analysed in significant detail a variety of potential sites in Bintaro and we believe our offer provided the optimum solution for Permata’s future real estate strategy. This involved the retention of the current highly desirable location and the delivery of a truly Grade-A building in the area currently used for car parking.
Our proposal was based on developing a solution that will create a minimum of 3,454 desks by Aug 2016 and will be scalable with certainty up to at least 3,730 desks up to August 2016. Our commercial proposal is based on a per-desk rental, rather than a total area, which we believe is more responsive and cost-effective
The goal of our proposal is to offer the lowest occupancy cost combined with the highest degree of flexibility, scalability and cost predictability for Permata. Our approach offers a solution that ‘future-proofs’ Permata’s occupancy strategy for the long term.
The proposed buildings were delivered with LEED Gold certification and will meet Permata Office Workplace Standards and all of Permata’s engineering resilience requirements for the planned building operations.