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Central Sulawesi

(Indonesian: Sulawesi Tengah) is a province of Indonesia located at the centre of the island of Sulawesi. The administrative capital and largest city is located in Palu. The 2010 census recorded a population of 2,635,009 for the province, and the 2015 Census of 2,872,859, while the latest official estimate (for mid 2019) is 3,042,100. Central Sulawesi has an area of 61,841.29 km2 (23,877 sq mi), the largest area among all provinces on Sulawesi Island, and has the second-largest population on Sulawesi Island after the province of South Sulawesi. It is bordered by the provinces of Gorontalo to the north, West Sulawesi, South Sulawesi and South East Sulawesi to the south, by Maluku to the east, and by the Makassar Strait to the west . According to UNICEF, Central Sulawesi is a province with a significant number of young people. As many as 1 million people or 35 percent of the total population in this province are children. More than three out of four children live in rural areas. More than 185,000 children (18.2 percent) live below the provincial poverty line in 2015 (Rp. 11,127 per person per day). However, more households are in a vulnerable position and live with income that is slightly above the poverty line. In addition, threequarters of children experience deprivation in two dimensions non-income poverty or more, with that inequality striking between urban and rural areas.

Agriculture

The development of the agricultural sector is very dominant. Various programs and activities have been carried out to overcome the impact of the economic crisis and have been able to increase the production and export of several leading commodities even though overall they have not provided added value in increasing the income and welfare of the farming community. Rice fields according to the irrigation system can be distinguished, including technical irrigated rice fields with an area of 54,314 ha, semi-technical irrigation with an area of 36,241 ha, simple irrigation with an area of 13,410 ha, village irrigation with an area of 22,929 ha and technical non-irrigated rice fields of 23,518 ha. From this land area the amount of paddy production produced each year reaches 726,714 tons/ha. The palawija, horticulture and vegetable land area is 57,320 ha, the fruit area is 14,029.92 ha and the medicinal land is 667,272 ha. the amount of production produced from secondary crops includes corn with a total production of 67,617 tons/ha, tomato production amounting to 58,260 tons/ha, turnip production of 48,300 tons/ha, cassava production of 48,255 tons/ha, shallots production amounted to 44,960 tons/ha and eggplant production amounted to 32,490 tons/ha. Fruit plants, the amount of production produced includes 21,036 tons/ha of tangerine, 18,890 tons/ha of squash, 3,763 tons/ha of jackfruit, 3,123 tons/ha of durian, and 2,887 tons/ha of banana.

Fishery

Development of an area that has conformity to fisheries characteristics, taking into account slope factors below 8 percent and adequate water supply with a potential of ponds covering an area of 42,095.15 ha which is processed 11.3 percent, potential for freshwater cultivation covering 134,183.3 hectares treated 5.8 percent, consisting of 48,458 hectares of lakes, 12,275 hectares of swamps and 10,195 hectares of rivers. The potential of marine waters covering 193,923.75 km2 which contains many types of fish and other marine biota is divided into 3 (three) zones, namely (1) Makassar Strait and Sulawesi Sea (amounting to 929,700 tons), (2) Gulf of Tomini (595,620 tons ), (3) Tolo Bay (amounting to 68,456 tons). The potential of fish resources in these waters is approximately 330,000 tons per year. While fish that can be managed sustainably are around 214,000 tons per year. In Tolo Bay there are 68,000 tons per year, Tomini Bay 78,000 tons per year, Makassar Strait and Sulawesi Sea 68,000 tons per year. From the potential of sustainable fish, the number of fish that can be caught is 217,280 tons per year.

Mining

Nickel mining in Indonesia began with small-scale exploratory mining operations during the Dutch East Indies era and began to expand in the 1960s. Most of Indonesia’s proven nickel reserves are located in the islands of Sulawesi and Halmahera, and the country has the largest annual production and reserves of nickel in the world Nickel is processed in Morowali Regency, especially in the Morowali Industrial Park. In addition, the potential for nickel is also found in Banggai Regency. Then galena associated with zinc, spread in Tolitoli Regency, especially in the Dondo and Galang Subdistrict with a reserve potential of around 100 million tons, at levels below 35 percent with an area of over 1,500 hectares. Galena spread also exists in Buol District, Bunobogu and Paleleh Subdistricts with reserves of around 56 million tons at levels above 45 percent. Furthermore, in Donggala and Parigi Moutong, this type of mineral was also found. The potential for gold minerals in Parigi Moutong, Buol, Banggai, Poso to Palu City. In Buol, the potential for gold is available in Lintidu Village, Paleleh District and Lokodoka Mountains in Bulagidun District. It is estimated that reserves of around 15 million tons are combined with gold and copper. Furthermore, the potential of chromite or chromium ore is found in Poso Regency, Lage Sub-district with a chromium seed reserve of around 67 thousand tons. Other potentials are spread in Morowali Regency, Bungku Utara District, Bungku Tengah and Bungku Barat. The potential of copper minerals, spread in the Bulagidun area, Bunobogu District, in the Paleleh mountains, with copper ore potential of around 14.4 million tons, and copper metals around 87,840 tons. The next potential of molybdenium found in the mountains west of Malala Village, Dondo Subdistrict, Tolitoli Regency, is in porphyry sediment veins of quartz diorite, with thicknesses varying from 4 to 20 centimeters, at depths above 200 meters. It is estimated that the potential of Molybdenium seeds is around 85 million tons. Other potentials are ironsand, hematite and magnetite blocks, located along the Ulubongka coastline, with rates below 50 percent. This mineral is also found in the titaniummixed Buol Regency, on the shore of Timbulon Bunobogu-Oyak. Furthermore, in Morowali Regency, black sand can also be found along the coast of Topogaro, West Bungu Subdistrict with levels between 51 and 69 percent. Then Hematite minerals are found in Buol District on Bukit Paleleh Tua, Paleleh District. This mineral was also discovered at the Kamonji River, Malei Village, Balaesang District, Tanjung Manimbaya, Donggala Regency. Then the Mangaanese minerals can be found in South Tinombo District, Parigi Moutong District and Masewe Village, South Pamona District, Poso District.

PROJECT 01 : NICKEL MINING @MOROWALI UTARA

PROJECT 01 : NICKEL MINING @MOROWALI UTARA

Following the significant increase on investment in nickel mining, both from local and international investors, the demand for office space is also increases. PT Pembangunan Sulawesi Tengah decided to take this opportunity to fulfill this increasing demand by developing a 6000 sqm office building project on the 2500 sqm land they owned, located in the heart of Palu city, the capital city of Central Sulawesi.
PT Luminos Graha Indonesia as part of Designscape Group, that had successfully developed prestigious property development projects in Jakarta, is a suitable joint venture partner to develop this office building project. The plan is to develop the first smart office building in east part of Indonesia.

Captive market for Smart office building @Palu

The mining companies have stated their interest to the local government of Central Sulawesi that they will utilize the office space to support their operation in the area. The commitment from the mining companies will be confirmed by the signing of rental agreement contract on the ground breaking ceremony of the project which is planned for the first week of April 2020.
Upon the rental contract signing, the mining companies will put a deposit payment for 5 (five) year rental for the office space. The remaining payments will be paid in stages until the buiding construction is completed. The available office space is planned to be 100 % leased by the mining companies by the time the construction is completed

Other tenants for Smart office building @Palu

PT Indonesia Morowali Industrial park

PT Vale Indonesia Tbk

PT Bintang delapan Mineral

Morowali Regency
1. PT. ANG AND FANG BROTHER 576 Ha
2. PT. ANG AND FANG BROTHER 199 Ha
3. PT. BINTANG DELAPAN MINERAL
4. PT. HENGJAYA MINERALINDO
5. PT. INDOBERKAH JAYA MANDIRI
6. PT. TEKNIK ALUM SERVICE
7. PT. TOTAL PRIMA INDONESIA
8. PT. ALASKA DWIRA PERDANA
9. PT. BIMA CAKRA PERKASA MINERALINDO
10. PT. NUSAJAYA PERSADATAMA MANDIRI
Morowali Regency
11. PT. OTI EYA ABADI
12. PT. PAM MINERAL
13. PT. SULAWESI RESOURCES
14. PT. LABOTA BAHODOPI SORAJAI
15. PT. LAROENAI BUNGSEL SORAJAI
16. PT. MAKARTI PADABAHO SORAJAI
17. PT. RAIHAN CATUR PUTRA
18. PT. TOPOGARO BUNGBAR SORAJAI
19. PT. KENCANA BUMI MINERAL
20. PT. MITRA KARYA AGUNG LESTARI

PROJECT 03 : SMART AGROINDUSTRIAL ESTATE @MOROWALI,
CENTRAL SULAWESI

PROJECT 03 : Smart Agroindustrial Estate @morowali, central sulawesi

PROJECT 04 : CORN AND COFFEE PLANTATION 20 000 Ha @NAPU, POSO