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This is a list of notable elevator installations of GoldStar Elevator.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Island

  • Lucky Commercial Centre, Sai Ying Pun (1991)
  • Shun Feng International Centre, Wan Chai (1994, modernized by Sigma)
  • Man Shek Building, Wan Chai (1985)
  • Dandenong Mansion, Wan Chai (1989)
  • Jumbo Building, Aberdeen (1988)

Kowloon

  • Sunlight Building, Sham Shui Po (1992)
  • New Kowloon Plaza, Tai Kok Tsui (1991)
  • Chinachem Cameron Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui (1994)
  • Tak Sing Alliance Building, Tsim Sha Tsui (1987)
  • Lai Sun Commercial Centre, Cheung Sha Wan (1987)
  • Fa Yuen Tower, Prince Edward (1990)[1]
  • Chee Hing Building, Mong Kok (1989)
  • Grandcastle Commercial Building, Mong Kok (1992)
  • Co-Tack Building, To Kwan Wan (1985)
  • Wealthy Court, To Kwan Wan (1990)
  • Winful Centre, Kwun Tong (1993)

New Territories

  • Hi-Tech Industrial Centre, Tsuen Wan (1989)
  • Golden Plaza, Yuen Long (1989)
  • Uptown Plaza, Tai Po (1991)
  • Metropolis Plaza, Sheung Shui (1992)
  • Goodview Industrial Building, Tuen Mun (1988)

Project from Hong Kong Housing Authority

Hong Kong Island

  • Tin Wan Estate, Tin Wan, Aberdeen (1997)
    • Tin Hong House
    • Tin Lai House
    • Tin Kin House
    • Tin Chak House
  • Lok Hin Terrace, Chai Wan (1995)
  • South Wave Court, Wong Chuk Hang (1995)

Kowloon

  • Ping Tin Estate, Lam Tin (1997)
    • Ping Yan House
    • Ping Shun House
    • Ping Wong House
    • Ping Shing House
    • Shopping Mall
  • Ma Tau Wai Estate, To Kwan Wan (1993)

New Territories

  • Hong Shing Garden, Tseng Kwan O (1988)
  • Kam Ying Court, Ma On Shan (1991)
    • Kam Chi House
    • Kam Dat House
    • Kam Shun House
    • Kam Yuet House
    • Kam Nga House
    • Kam Yiu House
    • Kam Yee House
    • Shopping Mall
  • Kam Fung Court, Ma On Shan (1996)
    • Kam Yung House
    • Kam Wai House
    • Kam Ling House
  • Fu Fai Garden, Ma On Shan (1993)
  • Affluence Garden, Tuen Mun (1990)
  • Tsui Lai Garden, Sheung Shui (1990)
  • Yuet Wu Villa, Tuen Mun (1994)
  • Kwai Tai House, Kwai Fong Estate, Kwai Chung (1998)

Macau

  • Edificio Commercial Lung Cheong "A", Rua de Sao Domingos No. 20, Macau

Indonesia

Jakarta

North Jakarta

  • Pasar Pagi Mangga Dua (1988)
  • Mal Mangga Dua
  • Orion Mangga Dua
  • ITC Mangga Dua
  • ITC Mangga Dua - Mal Mangga Dua Pedestrian Footbridge
  • China Trade Center/Asemka Building (modernized by Pillar & replaced by Lemova)
  • Husada Hospital
  • Pluit Hospital
  • Pertokoan Glodok Blustru
  • Mall Kelapa Gading 1 (scenic lift demolished, freight lift refurbished by Sigma)
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia & Toyota Astra Motor Sunter II (modernized by Sigma)

Central Jakarta

  • Plaza Indonesia (1990, modernized by Sigma in 2007 and 2015)
  • Grand Hyatt Jakarta (1990)[2]
  • Hotel Atlet Century Park (1991, modernized by Sigma)
  • Jakarta Hospital
  • Hotel Cemara (Jl. K.H. Wahid Hasyim) (modernized into Sigma)
  • Apartemen Rajawali Edelweiss (1994)
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken Pasar Baru (1992)
  • ITC Roxy Mas
  • Jakarta International Expo - Gedung Pusat Niaga, Kemayoran (1992)[3]
  • The Acardia Hotel
  • Kenari Mas Market
  • Hotel Cipta (Jl K.H Wahid Hasyim)
  • Stars School

West Jakarta

  • Tarumanegara University (1986, modernized by Sigma)
  • Mall and Hotel Ciputra Jakarta (1993)[4]
  • Sastra Graha
  • De Rivier Hotel (formerly The Batavia Hotel)

East Jakarta

  • Omni Hospital Pulomas, Pulo Gadung (1992)
  • Pusat Peragaan IPTEK - Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (1991)
  • Arion Mall
  • Jayabaya University
    • School of Economy
    • Post Graduation

South Jakarta

  • Plaza Blok-M (1989)[5]
  • Plaza Bapindo (1994)
  • Crowne Plaza Jakarta (1994)
  • Tamara Center (modernized by Schindler in 2009)
  • Apartemen Griya Prapanca, Kemang (1991)
  • Jakarta Skin Center Radio Dalam

Yogyakarta

  • Mal Malioboro (1992)
  • Galeria Mall (1994)
  • Melia Purosani (1994)
  • Hotel New Saphir (modernized by Pillar)
  • Wisma Hartono

Surabaya

  • Galaxy Mall 1 (1994)
  • Tunjungan Plaza 2[6]
  • Plaza BRI (carpark building)
  • Hi-Tech Mall (formerly Surabaya Mall and also known as THR Mall) (1987)[7]

Bali

  • Grand Hyatt Bali (1989)[8]
  • The Tanjung Benoa Beach Resort (1994, formerly Ramada Benoa)
  • Bali Mandira Beach Resort (1984)
  • J Boutique Hotel (refurbished)

Other cities

  • Universitas Indonesia, Depok - Fakultas Ekonomi (1992)
  • Mekarsari Recreation Park - Waterfall Building, Cileungsi, Bogor
  • Plaza Simpang Lima, Semarang (modernized by Sigma and Pillar)
  • Regent's Park Hotel, Malang (1988)
  • GrahaPari Telkomsel, Makassar
  • Travel Hotel Batam, Riau Islands
  • Allium Batam Hotel, Batam, Riau Islands (1993)

Singapore

  • Housing and Development Board (HDB):
    • Block 189 Bukit Batok HDB
    • Block 2 Jalan Bukit Ho Swee HDB
    • Block 836 Hougang HDB
    • Block 82 Queenstown HDB
    • Block 32 Whampoa HDB
    • Block 4C St. George's Lane HDB
    • Block 27 MacPherson HDB
    • Block 327, 336 Taman Jurong HDB
    • Pasir Ris West Plaza
    • Yew Tee Square
  • Community Clubs in Singapore:
    • Joo Chiat Community Club
    • Kampong Chai Chee Community Club
  • Jalan Besar Town Council
  • BCA Academy, Toa Payoh
  • Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore[9]

Thailand

Bangkok

  • Arnoma Grand Bangkok, Bangkok[10]
  • Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok (Carpark[11] and plaza elevators)
  • Astera Sathorn Hotel, Bangkok
  • CentralWorld, Bangkok (Zone Beacon and Isetan)[10]
  • The Pavilion Place Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok
  • Deja Hospital, Bangkok
  • Grand China Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok[12]

Other Cities

  • River Plaza and Major Cineplex Nonthaburi, Nonthaburi
  • Bangpakok Hospital Rangsit 2, Pathumthani

Other countries

  • PPR Lembah Subang Blok H, Taman Putra Damai, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Sri Permata Condo, Section 9, Shah Alam, Selangor D.E., Malaysia
  • Georgetown City Hotel, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

Notes and references

  1. Modernized by Nikkin Lift & Escalator Services Ltd.
  2. Modernized by Sigma in the 2000s and then by Kone from September 2015 to 2016.
  3. All of four scenic elevators have been replaced into Schindler 3300 AP MRL in 2014. Both service elevators had their fixtures replaced.
  4. All elevators in the mall have been refurbished by Sigma, while elevators in the hotel are still original
  5. Elevators in the car park have been modernized by Sigma. The service elevators have been replaced into Hyundai elevators.
  6. Some of the elevators have been modernized by Sigma.
  7. Some elevators in main atrium (but not scenic) have been permanently disabled.
  8. Only few of the service elevators are still original while the guest elevators have been modernized by Sigma in 2007.
  9. Some elevators in the building are Schindler, Sigma, and Union Jack, and some have been replaced into Schindler in 2014.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Modded into Sigma elevators.
  11. Some elevators was rebranded to Sigma elevators.
  12. Modded into Sigma and Otis elevators.

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