• Wisma Aldiron


Wisma Aldiron

Wisma Aldiron is a historic landmark in Pancoran, Jakarta, Indonesia, which sits across the towering Dirgantara Statue that depicts a man pointing his finger toward the sky (commissioned by Soekarno, the first President of Indonesia).

This expansive development was initially built as the National Air Force headquarters back in 1965. As decades passed by, it was then converted into a five-story commercial office building in 1996, offering 320,000-square-feet space with a total of 500 parking lots.

The impressive 10-hectare land plot where Wisma Aldiron resides also offers sprawling greenery, making Wisma Aldiron a green sanctuary office in the middle of the capital of Jakarta.