About JPI

Jakarta Property Institute (JPI) is a non-profit organization with a mission to make
Jakarta a more livable city and accelerate the growth of the property industry.

What is Jakarta Property Institute?

Real estate is a significant contributor to Jakarta’s GDP, directly and indirectly. At the same time, Jakarta is becoming less livable, less sustainable. The growth of real estate depends on the growth of the city. In light of these, JPI was created as a platform for constructive dialogue and joint actions between the city and the industry.

JPI is a membership-based non-profit organization that serves as a platform for constructive dialogue and cooperation between RE players and the government – to pursue the complementary goals of promoting sustainable growth for the city and the RE industry.

Together, we build a better city. 

The team

The Jakarta Property Institute (JPI) formed its team in 2015. The team consists of professionals from various backgrounds such as real estate, project management, research and communication. The diversity of knowledge allows JPI to have a more holistic approach to addressing complex issues that we face in Jakarta. The team is led by Wendy Haryanto who was appointed as Executive Director of Jakarta Property Institute (JPI) in 2014.

After two decades in the property industry, Wendy believed that it was time to contribute to Jakarta. She has led the Jakarta Property Institute since its inception in 2015. Prior to that, Wendy was as Chief Operating Officer of a mixed-use development. Wendy’s earlier positions included Director in Procon/Savills Indonesia and Department Head with responsibilities in all development aspects including master planning, market segmentation and investor relations.


Alam Sutera
Lippo Karawaci
Hongkong Land
Jakarta Land
PT Jakarta Setiabudi Internasional Tbk
KG Global
Mid Plaza
Pakuwon Group
Plaza Indonesia
Selaras Propertindo
Surya Internusa
Astra Land
Summarecon Agung
Rockfield Properti Indonesia
Agung Sedayu Group
Rajawali Corpora


Rehda Institute
NUS Cities
MRT Jakarta
100 Resilient Cities
Bain & Company
Centre For Liveable Cities
Climate Works
DKI Jakarta
ETH Zurich
Future Cities Laboratory
Green Building Council Indonesia
Airmas Asri
Temasek Foundation
PTI Architect
DGI Indonesia
Nurjadin, Sumono, Mulyadi, & Partners
Leks & Co
CSC Singapore
Cushman & Wakefield
Kompas Gramedia Group
Urban Land Institude
Jones Lang LaSalle

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