Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange since 1991, Intiland is known to be a trend-setter and innovator in the Indonesian property industry. Over the years, Intiland has developed some of the nation’s most iconic buildings such as its two flagship office towers in Jakarta and Surabaya designed by the late Paul Rudolph, and The Regatta, a seafront luxury condominium in Pluit, North Jakarta, designed by Tom Wright (of Burj Al Arab fame). Intiland’s main township development in Surabaya, Graha Famili, has become one of the city's most prestigious addresses. Today, Intiland's diversified real estate portfolio includes residential townships, office towers, high-rise apartments, hospitality, industrial estates as well as sports and golf club management.
In addition to achieving a success in developing a number of prestigious projects, Intiland is also pro-active in its contribution to the industrial development as well as social commitment. The company is one of the founders of Green Building Council Indonesia, an exclusive member of Indonesia Health Fund and PT Pembangunan Kota Tua Jakarta. Intiland also runs Intiland Teduh, the company’s program that assists low-income communities to own decent home.