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Toranomon Hills

Toranomon HillsToranomon Hills was conceived as a new landmark and centerpiece for a district that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government hopes to promote as kind of special zone where foreign companies can have their Asian headquarters.
Toranomon HillsConnected seamlessly with an arterial thoroughfare, Toranomon Hills will be the pivotal crossroads of the coming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Village and new National Stadium, as well as the Imperial Palace and business and administrative districts surrounding this world-class Asian headquarters in central Tokyo.
Toranomon HillsRising 52 stories and 247 meters in height, Toranomon Hills features expansive pillar-free office spaces designed to the highest specifications, one of Tokyo’s largest conference facilities, luxury residences, 24 shops and restaurants serving Japanese and western haute-cuisine, and a 6,000m2 pocket of open space and greenery.
Toranomon HillsThe multi-use high-rise also houses Andaz Tokyo, Hyatt’s first boutique luxury hotel in Japan to provide top-level accommodation for international business and leisure travelers.
Toranomon HillsThe birth of Toranomon Hills was made possible by Mori Building’s, one of Japan’s largest developers, “Vertical Garden City” concept which ingeniously incorporates the property and Loop Road No. 2’s underground tunnel.
Toranomon HillsThe concept makes intelligent use of ultra-high-rise structures and underground space for extra compactness, thereby enhancing the efficiency of urban infrastructure with fully integrated offices, residences, hotels, commercial facilities and road systems.
Toranomon HillsThe inauguration ceremony was preceded by the opening of the Toranomon-Shinbashi stretch of Loop Road No.2 in March.
Toranomon HillsThe road’s extension in the near future from Shinbashi to Toyosu, part of Tokyo’s fast-developing east bay shore, will greatly ease access between Toranomon Hills and Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) for international users.
Toranomon HillsClose proximity to key metropolitan centers also will make Toranomon Hills an ideal location for business, leisure and tourism.
Toranomon HillsLocation: Tokyo, Japan
Architects: Nihon Sekkei
Developer: Mori Building
Main Contractor: Obayashi Gumi Corporation
GFA: 244,360 m²
Cost: $9.7 billion
Photographs: skyscrapercity
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