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Office building located in Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. 2-3 Blok. X-5,East Kuningan,South Jakarta 12950 ,Indonesia. i dont have much info about this building.. i think the height is around 150-200m.

 

Stats:
- T4 Office
- Base: 60x102
- Ploppable only
- Triangle Count:
L1: 5600
L2: 4800
L3: 2200
L4: 224

MENU LOCATION
Office -> T4

DONT FORGET TO VISIT "OUR" PROJECT PAGE about more Indonesia buildings
Indonesia Modders Group Project Page
Note:
it works fine to me (cxl 2011) if you find any bugs please post here thank you smile.png

Thank you to Preyfr for testing the beta file

Installation Pre-requisite: (YOU MUST DOWNLOAD THOSE FILES)

 





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cool! looks great. I'm going to re-install CitiesXL just to try this out :D

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