Safety and Security
Based on the concept of “communities that people will seek refuge in, not run away from in times of disaster,” Mori Building fully exploits the advantages of large-scale urban redevelopment to improve the fundamental urban infrastructure, such as freeing open space and enhancing transportation infrastructure, as well as to empower the city with diverse safety and security measures spanning both “hardware” and “software” - all with the aim of not only making a safer and more secure city and development area that is more resistant to disasters, but also contributing to the surrounding areas as a disaster prevention and relief center.
Environment and Greenery
Adopting the “Vertical Garden City” as our redevelopment concept, one of our primary missions is to build environmentally friendly cities rich in greenery, striving to maximize open space and “green” the cityscape. Through intelligent consolidation and redevelopment of densely developed areas and the building of high-rise buildings to free surface land for greenery and by taking proactive steps to “green” the buildings with roof gardens, we are able to create numerous corners of nature within the city. This approach to city building not only contributes to the beautification of the environment but also mitigates the heat island phenomenon.
Culture and Art
In order to attract people, commodity, financial and informational resources from around the world to Japan, economic prowess is not enough. It is indispensable to acquire the unique power and magnetic force of the cultural element.
For this reason, our creation of ARK Hills, Roppongi Hills and other major projects have been based on a mixed-use urban redevelopment concept that not only responds to office and residential needs but also seeks to incorporate culture and art. ARK Hills with its world famous venue Suntory Hall, and Roppongi Hills, which boasts a host of facilities including an art museum, a private membership club, a continuing education institution, a private membership library and more, are new magnets attracting the world to Tokyo.