Top 10 Indonesia Property Developers: Complete Guide

top 10 indonesia property developers

Last updated March 28th, 2024.

Ranked as the fourth largest country in the world in terms of population size, Indonesia’s real estate developers are naturally among the fastest growing companies in Southeast Asia.

If history is any guide for what happens in such emerging economies, Indonesia is poised for immense economic growth over the next few decades.

As such, it’s worth considering Indonesia’s investment opportunities, with the nation’s property market chief among them.

While Indonesia is famed for its natural beauty, don’t let this fool you into thinking it’s an underdeveloped market. Still, Indonesia is one of the handful of countries in Asia where circumstances force you to buy directly from developers.

The reason? Legal restrictions are imposed on expats being able to purchase and own real estate, especially any type of land.

Consequently, the most straightforward way to invest in Indonesian property is through buying a house or condo from a company well-versed in arranging deals with foreigners.

That means that your ideal strategy bet is getting acquainted with Indonesia’s biggest real estate developers.

We’ll discuss and rank the top ten Indonesia property developers in this article, while also giving examples of each of their flagship housing projects.

So, who are the best property developers in Indonesia? Let’s find out!

Sinar Mas Land

Headquartered in Tangerang, Sinar Mas Land is among the largest property developers in Indonesia.

Sinar Mas Group is an umbrella corporation containing listed companies Bumi Serpong Damai and Duta Pertiwi, which have a combined market cap of $5 billion.

This development fund operates in five countries. Specifically Indonesia, Malaysia, China, the UK and Australia.

Between hotels, shopping centers, residential properties, offices, and industrial estates, Sinar Mas practically does it all.

That’s expected for one of Indonesia’s biggest developers though. They have also formed alliances with conglomerates like Mitsubishi and Amazon for the development of new housing communities in the country.

Among the most interesting projects are its townships such as BSD City – an integrated city covering 6000 hectares. That’s half the size of Paris for comparison!

Indeed, Sinar Mas is Indonesia’s largest real estate developer in terms of total market cap. Several of its projects are on an absolutely massive scale.


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BSD City is among Indonesia’s most ambitious projects. The first phase is a joint development between Sinar Mas and Mitsubishi, valued at over US$250 million.

Agung Podomoro Group

In terms of total floorspace built, this is the largest property developer in Indonesia and headquartered in Jakarta.

Founded back in 1969 by Salimin Prawiro Sumarto and Anton Haliman, Agung Podomoro manages all kinds of buildings from schools,, places of worship, hospitals, industrial sites, warehouses and residential housing.

In fact, it’s one of the few Indonesia property developers that didn’t abandon any of its building projects in the 1997-1998 economic crisis due to its conservative management strategy.

Consequently, Agung Podomoro is one of Indonesia’s top real estate companies and held in high esteem.

Some of the highlights of its property developments include Podomoro City, which is in the middle of the business district in West Jakarta. It’s a 25 hectares superblock with an exclusive shopping mall, 12 apartment towers, 115 shophouses, and a five-star hotel.


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Lippo Karawaci

Headquartered in Tangerang, Lippo Karawaci is the largest listed property company in Indonesia by total assets and revenue.

Following a merger back in 2004, where eight property developers joined forced, the scope of the business expanded to include urban development, large scale integrated developments, retail malls, healthcare, and hotels.

It operates Indonesia’s premier private hospital group, the only one achieving world-class standards, and is an undisputed retail property industry leader.

Among its most interesting projects is the Lippo Village, which is a township 23km west of Jakarta. The population is about 70,000 with over 200,000 visitors daily.

This wide variety of successful projects gives Lippo a deserving spot on our list of best housing developers in Indonesia.


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Lippo Village

Regarding fully-complete planned cities in Indonesia, Lippo Karawaci is one of the leading Indonesia property developers. Their Lippo Village development was built back in 1993, and is currently being expanded by Millennium Village built adjacently.

Agung Sedayu Group

Headquartered in Jakarta, this property developer is among the major agents within the industry.

Their development holdings include real estate in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, dan Bekasi comprising townships, superblocks, apartments, office towers, malls,  industrial real estate, hotels, etc.

A recent project the company has been working on is the PIK2 The New Jakarta City, an urban development project near the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, which will serve as a global business hub for Indonesia once finished.


Ciputra Development

Headquartered in Jakarta, this top house developer specializes in large-scale development above all.

Ciputra develops and manages both residential and commercial real estate in major cities throughout Indonesia.

In addition, through business partnerships, it has projects across the ASEAN region and beyond in Vietnam, Cambodia, India and China.

Well-diversified in its property portfolio, Ciputra operates across a variety of different real estate segments, including townships, offices, malls, hotels, and hospitals.


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Tokyu Land Indonesia

A subsidiary of Tokyo-based Tokyu Fudosan Holdings Group, Tokyu Land Indonesia is a comprehensive real estate company with operations in urban development, residential housing, leisure industries, overseas businesses, and more.

Over the last two decades, Tokyu decided to focus on offices and commercial facilities. The Japanese headquartered firm does business in several countries including, of course, Indonesia.

Furthermore, they’ve also expanded into real estate securitization which has managed to safeguard their revenue even during major economic and social shocks like the financial crisis, as well as the Great East Japan Earthquake.



Tokyu is one of Japan’s largest department store owners – and the company also operates in Indonesia. Pictured above is their flagship property in Tokyo.

In addition, their Indonesia real estate company operates resort hotels, sports clubs, and apartment rental services.

Tokyu Indonesia has done business in the country ever since 1975. During that time, they developed more than 4,500 residential units.

Among its more interesting projects under development is the BRANZ Mega Kuningan Project – an massive mixed residential and commercial facility.

Tokyu might not be a local Indo housing developer, but they nonetheless deserve a spot in our ranking.


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RDTX Group

The RDTX Group is headquartered in Jakarta. While smaller than some of the others on our list, it’s still among Indonesia’s top developers.

Their main holdings comprise commercial properties, which include office buildings and industrial warehouse estates. RDTX has also branched out into luxury housing projects recently though.

The most noteworthy property in Indonesia it owns is the RDTX Tower in South Jakarta with a total leasable floor area of 30,085 square meters.


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RTDX Tower

RDTX Tower, a 39-floor office development, is one of the Jakarta skyline’s most iconic and recognizable buildings.

PT Pakuwon Jati

This Surabaya-based property developer is a market leader in the superblock concept, which is a large-scale integrated development in malls, offices, condos and hotels.

Consequently, It has developed a number of superblocks as well as a township, including the Superblock Tunjungan City and Pakuwon City.

The company specializes in building malls, residential, offices, hospitals and superblocks in Surabaya and Jakarta.


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Duta Anggada Realty

Headquartered in Jakarta, the company began as a real estate developer aimed at the international expat market. They afterwards developed a series of prime commercial office and retail investment properties.

Hence, since its inception 40 years ago, it has been used to dealing with foreign investors.

In addition to Duta Anggada’s real estate portfolio, this Indonesian property developer also manages a land bank.

Among their more iconic buildings is the Sinarmas MSIG Tower, which is a 47-story office building located in Jakarta. It has a total gross area of 81,598 square meters, and a parking capacity of 800 cars situated in one of the main thoroughfares in the city.


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PP Properti

With its main offices in Jakarta, this state-owned real estate developer operates through three business units: commercial, residential and hospitality.

Among the more notable properties in its portfolio is the Lagoon Avenue Sungkono shopping mall – shopping centre in Surabaya, which features a natural aesthetic.

Through this property, it also has joint ventures with other unique businesses. Kidzania, a massive 5,000 square meter edutainment park for children, is one great example.

Sure, it’s owned by the government. PP Properti still gets the final spot on our list of best real estate developers in Indonesia though!


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