Toranomon Hills

  • Toranomon Hills

Toranomon Hills Feted as Catalyst of Tokyo’s Emerging Transformation

Rising 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. The 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.
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About the Project

Concepts

The aims of the project are to complete the development of a distinctive and appealing mixed-use urban area including the Loop Road No. 2 (a trunk road from Shimbashi to Toranomon that will utilize the raised road system to form a framework for the city), and the areas surrounding it, alleviate traffic congestion in the heart of the city, and promote development alongside the road, including the waterfront so as to reorganize and enhance the city structure of Tokyo.
In Zone III we are moving ahead with procedures to change the urban planning by reducing the number of buildings from four to two. By doing this the project will contribute to improving land use and city functions in the Kan-2 area. For example, it will create large-scale open spaces.
The project will expand outdoor open spaces within the district from approximately 3,000m2 to approximately 6,000m2, strengthening their functions as superior outdoor spaces. New cultural and social interaction functions will be introduced, contributing to the promotion of international exchange and a tourism-based city. Moreover, on the north side of the district a new raised walkway will be built, creating a good space for pedestrians.

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