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Old February 11th, 2017, 09:05 AM   #521
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Luxery residential on the other side of Aoyama then the project above.


TOKYO 東京 | Park Court Aoyama The Tower パークコート青山 ザ タワー | 105m | U/C




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height: 105.04m
floors: 26
use: residential
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start: September 2015
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The Japanese government has selected 32 special focus projects in Tokyo. Out of the last four that were added is a new project in the Kabukicho district in Shinjuku, replacing the former Tokyu Milano cinema/bowling complex. Not many details were released in the file but from the small image it looks like it's going to become a new cinema/theater complex with a tower on top.

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The Shinjuku Tokyu Milano building in Kabukicho closed down last year. Now it's being demolished from December this year until December 2016.


No detailed plans have come out for the new development that will replace this old theater. But several Tokyu companies, including their entertainment branch Tokyu Recreation will be involved. It's most likely be a tower, with a cinema complex and shops at the lower floors, offices in the middle and a hotel on the top floors. There's no height limit for this location, but with a maximum floor space index at 900% it could go over 100m but not anything spectacular.

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This is the document

http://www.kantei.go.jp/jp/singi/tii...i/shiryou3.pdf

And this is the small picture:




Current situation.



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Old February 12th, 2017, 09:24 AM   #523
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Another project that was added to the list of special focus projects.


2 residential towers in Ikebukuro, the 2 towers left in the render.


TOKYO 東京 | Minami-Ikebukuro 2-Chome District Redevelopment 南池袋二丁目C街区再開発 | 180m 180m | Pro




information:
height: 2x 180m
floors: ?
use: Residential
status: Pro
start: 2020 at the earliest
complete: ?

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Old February 12th, 2017, 09:28 AM   #524
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And a 3rd added project.

Mori Trust mixed used tower in Asakasa 1-Chome. Adding another tower in the already growing Asakasa, Shinbashi, Roppongi skyline.

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Just a short headline on a new project by Mori Trust in Akasaka.

☆森トラスト/東京・赤坂ツインタワー建替/14年3月のテナント退去後に具体化
http://www.decn.co.jp/decn/modules/m...onth=10&day=11

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Mori Trust / Tokyo Akasaka Twin Tower Rebuilding / March 2014 deadline for the tenants to move out.

The 66.3 meter high Akasaka Twin Tower Main and East towers were constructed in 1983, and had a major renovation in 2002. Now the towers will be redeveloped from 2014 and onwards. There's no news about the replacement, but this location is ideal for something tall. So even though it's Mori Trust it could turn out to be a tall new project. Especially since the current floor space of both towers combined is 100,000m2, if they want to increase this they can only go higher.

The towers on the Mori Trust website.

http://www.mori-trust.co.jp/english/...twin_main.html
http://www.mori-trust.co.jp/english/...twin_east.html


picture from 2008, you can see the Twin Tower to the right of the center.


http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/monsuke02jp/34249816.html


TOKYO 東京 | Akasaka Twin Tower Rebuilding 赤坂ツインタワー建替 | ?m | Pro

location:
Akasaka 2-chome, Minato-ku
http://goo.gl/maps/IB6Dt
A little bit more info has come out about this project after the demolition was completed 2 years ago. It has also become one of the National government focus projects in Tokyo.

http://www.kantei.go.jp/jp/singi/tii...i/shiryou3.pdf

Again with this project it doesn't give too much information, but there's a render. Mori Trust will be the developer and it will again be an office box, with s another function on top floors (apartments or hotel?).

From the render it looks to become anywhere between 180m and 200m, it's going to be another big tower.



TOKYO 東京 | Akasaka 2-Chome District Project 赤坂二丁目地区プロジェクト | ?m | Pro





information:
height: 200m ??
floors: ?
use: Office
status: Pro
start: ?
complete: ?

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Old February 25th, 2017, 10:14 AM   #525
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Here's a post showing more average developments going on in Tokyo outside of the high rises and special low-rise architecture.


Recently Nomura Real Estate is building several office buildings in their PMO Premium Midsize Office series.

http://www.pmo-web.com/english/


These are office buildings with a floor space between 3.000 mē and 8.000 mē, all with a standard design modified for the specific location.


some examples:

PMO Nihonbashi Mitsukoshimae (2016/5)




PMO Kanda Iwamotocho (2017/1)




PMO Uchikanda (2017/5)




PMO Shibuya (2017/6)

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thanks for sharing us the pictures. I like tall buildings
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Old February 26th, 2017, 04:50 AM   #528
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[QUOTE=Momo1435;138304329]The Japanese government has selected 32 special focus projects in Tokyo. Out of the last four that were added is a new project in the Kabukicho district in Shinjuku, replacing the former Tokyu Milano cinema/bowling complex. Not many details were released in the file but from the small image it looks like it's going to become a new cinema/theater complex with a tower on top.

That's surprising given that a cinema with tower on top was recently completed in that area: the current tallest tower in Kabukicho.
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Old February 27th, 2017, 09:20 PM   #529
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It's not that surprising. If the competing movie theater operator opens a brand new cinema complex right next door it's hard to stay competitive in an outdated building. A company like Tokyu, who are known for their bold projects it can be expected that they try to out do the Toho Cinema complex / hotel tower.
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Old March 1st, 2017, 09:19 AM   #530
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Sorry for the dumb question, but does Tokyo have any supertalls U/C?
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Tokyo doesn't have any Supertalls U/C, Tokyo doesn't even have a completed supertall building. Only the Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Sky Tree free standing towers are taller then 300m.


But there are now 2 supertall proposals.

TOKYO | Tokiwabashi District Redevelopment Project | 390m | 1280ft | 61 fl | 230m | 754ft | 37 fl | Pro
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TOKYO | Toranomon-Azabudai District 2nd Phase Redevelopment | 330m | 65 fl | 270m | 63 fl | 240m | 53 fl | Pro
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Sorry for the dumb question, but does Tokyo have any supertalls U/C?
Compared with others asian metropolis (Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, Bangkok, Taipei...) Tokyo doesn't have a great skyline. It lacks of a true supertall with more than 400m.

I suppose it's for the problem of earthquakes.
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One could argue that the Sky Tree is the super tall that makes the difference for Tokyo.
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Compared with others asian metropolis (Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, Bangkok, Taipei...) Tokyo doesn't have a great skyline. It lacks of a true supertall with more than 400m.

I suppose it's for the problem of earthquakes.
TOKYO really clean and arranged. Everybody clean their around street. That is different aspect when compared with SEOUL!
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Compared with others asian metropolis (Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, Bangkok, Taipei...) Tokyo doesn't have a great skyline. It lacks of a true supertall with more than 400m.

I suppose it's for the problem of earthquakes.
Not to forget that Japan has very rigid height regulation because of proximity to airports. For example, Tokyo station area has 250 meter limit due to its proximity to Haneda airport which is only 15-20 minutes ride by car from the central Tokyo.
Fukuoka, another booming town in Southern part of Japan, has 100-150m limit in most of areas because of proximity to the airport. Same goes to Osaka's Umeda/Osaka Station area (due to Osaka international airport).

Japan also cannot gain extra "height" by putting antenna (like Empires State Building, etc) because of regulatory requirement to have heliport at the top.
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It's a mix of reasons why Tokyo has not gone as tall as other Asian cities.

You have to look at the economics, regulations, a conservative nature. And it's not just height, it's also much more conservative architecture when it comes to tower. The towers don't stand out for their designs, but if you look at the details it's always very luxurious.
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It's a mix of reasons why Tokyo has not gone as tall as other Asian cities.

You have to look at the economics, regulations, a conservative nature. And it's not just height, it's also much more conservative architecture when it comes to tower. The towers don't stand out for their designs, but if you look at the details it's always very luxurious.
This is what I noticed the most in Tokyo and it doesn't translate to photos at all. The designs aren't particularly ostentatious, but the build quality and materials are phenomenal. Everything is precise, clean, sleek and elegant, albeit understated.
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Station redevelopment project with 2 residential towers in Kokubunji, one of the suburban wards in Western Tokyo.


KOKUBUNJI 国分寺 | City Tower Kokubunji The Twin シティタワー国分寺ザ・ツイン | 135m & 125m | U/C



http://www.sumitomo-rd-mansion.jp/shuto/kokubunji_w/

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West Block:
height: 134.9m
floors: 36
use: residential, shops and restaurants in the base
start: July 2015
complete: 2018

West Block:
height: 124.8m
floors: 35
use: residential
start: July 2015
complete: 2018

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Kokubunji City, Tokyo prefecture
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TOKYO 東京 | TGMM Shibaura Project TGMM芝浦プロジェクト | 181m & 169m | U/C




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