Jakarta’s Mass Rapid Transit, which opened in March this year, stretches 16km from central Jakarta to Lebak Bulus in the south of the Indonesian capital. The new public transport system is expected to lift the city’s property sector. Photo: AFP

Jakarta’s first subway line poised to revitalise Indonesian capital’s property market

  • Quicker commute on Indonesia’s first subway line to help lift rents and occupancy of offices in Jakarta’s central business district
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Jakarta’s Mass Rapid Transit, which opened in March this year, stretches 16km from central Jakarta to Lebak Bulus in the south of the Indonesian capital. The new public transport system is expected to lift the city’s property sector. Photo: AFP
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