The Kemayoran Complex has a long history. It was previously an airport owned by the state-owned PT Angkasa Pura II. In 1985, after the airport was no longer in use, the Government decided to pass the ownership of the Kemayoran Complex to the State Secretariat (Setneg). The asset take over marked the creation of what is now known as the New City of Kemayoran (Kota Baru Bandar Kemayoran), a complex managed by a working unit under Setneg known as the Kemayoran Complex Management Center (Pusat Pengelolaan Kawasan Kemayoran or PPKK, which is the same kind of institution as the Gelora Bung Karno Management Center that is managing the Senayan Complex wherein one finds iconic properties such as Plaza Senayan, Ratu Plaza, and the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium). The PPKK had since leased the usage of the lots in the Kemayoran Complex to the private sector. Some of these lots have been developed, but others have remained undeveloped. Here’s a case of a dispute that gives us some idea┬áinto what’s happening to the undeveloped parts of the Kemayoran Complex.To subscribe please click here