Concept and History
Toranomon Hills Business Tower is a 36-story office tower, featuring international-standard, large-scale office space of approximately 96,000m², and retail facility space of approximately 7,600m². The tower is directly connected to the new station (Toranomon Hills Station) on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya subway line of the Hibiya subway line as well as the existing Toranomon station. A bus terminal of approximately 1,000m² is planned to be established on the first floor to function as a “Gateway to Tokyo” via various bus lines including the BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) connecting city center and waterfront areas, and via airport limousine buses. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the bus terminal will serve as a transportation center for athletes and spectators, connecting to athletes’ villages in the Harumi area as well as to all of the stadiums and arenas in the city center and waterfront area.
An innovation center of approximately 3,600m² is planned for the fourth floor, serving as a center of exchange between large companies and new ventures. The center aims to support the creation of new businesses by providing a salon where entrepreneurs and executives of large companies can get together, as well as event spaces to foster innovation.
|Project name||Toranomon 1-chome Type 1 City Redevelopment Project (A-1 Zone)|
|Location||Toranomon 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo|
|Total Floor Area||172,925m²|
|Facilities||Office, Retail Facilities, Business Support Facilities, Parking, etc.|
|Floor||36 floors above ground/ 3 floors underground|
|Construction start||February 2017|
|Construction completion||January 2020 (planned)|
|Architect||Mori Building Co., Ltd.|
|Designer||Ingenhoven Architects (exterior), Wonderwall (interior) , and others|