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Old January 2nd, 2015, 08:31 PM   #1
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TOKYO 東京 | OH-1 Project OH-1計画 | 200m 160m | U/C

TOKYO 東京 | OH-1 Project OH-1計画 | 200m 160m | U/C





information:

Tower A
height: 160m
floors: 31

Tower B
height: 200m
floors: 39

use: Office, Hotel, Hall.
status: Pro
start: June 2016
complete: February 2020

Location:
Otemachi 1-Chome, Chiyoda-ku
http://goo.gl/maps/cctmU


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Old January 2nd, 2015, 08:38 PM   #2
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I opened a thread since the demolition is about to start for this 200m tall project.





The buildings that now will be demolished.


1st the Mitsui & Co Building 三井物産ビル 100m tall.




And the 2 other.

Otemachi PAL Building 大手町パルビル




Otemachi 1-Chome Mitsui Building 大手町一丁目三井ビルディング


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Old March 9th, 2015, 09:57 PM   #3
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Old March 10th, 2015, 11:04 AM   #4
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200m, very nice
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Old March 10th, 2015, 02:46 PM   #5
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Lots of developments in otemachi, has there been any posts showing a master plan of when each building will be? Was back in Nagoya today was freezing even snowing.

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Old March 10th, 2015, 11:07 PM   #6
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There have been several posts with an overview of all the project. I think Braillard made the most recent one, but that was probably already more then a year ago.
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Old March 11th, 2015, 01:20 AM   #7
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Well, yes, I have maps for the different sectors of Tokyo, because I like to have an overall view.

Here's the link to the one for the area around Tokyo station.

Usually I update it whenever I have a new info.
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Old March 11th, 2015, 06:20 AM   #8
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Cheers for that, massive effort! It's going to be dense around Tokyo station when all is done.
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Demolition has now started for the other buildings on the project site.





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Old August 23rd, 2015, 12:37 PM   #11
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Why is it taking so much time to demolish a simple 100m building ? It hasn't moved since the start of the demolition in January ...
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There haven't been too many 100m tall towers that have been demolished worldwide. It's never simple to demolish such a tall building within a dense urban environment. And it's a building constructed in 1976, it would be a miracle if they wouldn't find any asbestos. That will have to be removed before they can start taking the building down. Which will also be done in a smart, environmental friendly way. And when it eventually it looks to be gone they will still have to remove the current foundations, which also takes time. They will need the remaining 7 months to complete the job.
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When you're not imploding a building within seconds, of course it takes longer. Constructing the building itself takes the shortest time (with several exceptions). Underground and foundation work, as well as interior fittings and what-not after top-out take longer.
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New Images and some Info:

Old Buildings:
Otemachi PAL Building Otemachi 1 Chome Mitsui Building Mitsui Bussan Building
Built: 1961 1961 1976
Construction: 9-storey 9-storey 24-storey
Floor area: 27,900 sqm 50,600 sqm 122,800 sqm

Otemachi 1-2 District Redevelopment:
Completion: 2019 (final project completion by March 2021)
Construction: Tower A: 30-storey
Tower B: 41-storey
Floor area: 361,000 sqm





The PAL Building, along with the Otemachi 1 Chome Mitsui Building and the Mitsui Bussan Building are all being demolished to make way for two new office towers which are due for completion between 2019 ~ 2021. The owners of the buildings, Mitsui Bussan and Mitsui Fudosan, are expected to contribute around 170 billion Yen (1.37 billion USD) towards the redevelopment.

The Otemachi PAL Building is a 9-storey building with a total floor area of 27,923 sqm. It was built by Takenaka Corporation and completed in 1961. Mitsui Bussan and Mitsui Fudosan acquired the building from consumer credit company Promise in 2011 for 72 billion Yen (approx. 900 million USD at the time). After the sale, Promise leased the office space until they moved into the SMBC Consumer Finance headquarters in Ginza in late 2013.

The building was originally the headquarters of the Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan. From 1994, it was the head office of Promise. Earthquake-retrofitting was carried out by Takenaka Corporation in 2002 using their ‘design frame’ system of reinforcement, which resulted in additional reinforcing beams on the exterior of the building and a grid-like design pattern in between.

The PAL Building is also a survey site for the MLIT’s standard land prices (kijun-chika). In 2014, this land had a standard land price of 20,400,000 Yen/sqm, up 6.25% from 2013, but down 17% from the peak in 2008. The 2,760 sqm site would have a standard land value of approximately 56.3 billion Yen in 2014, although these values are lower than actual market prices. When the building and land sold for 72 billion Yen in 2011, the MLIT’s standard land price at the time was 51.3 billion Yen.

The new project will include two high-rise office buildings. Tower A will be 30 storeys and 160m tall, and Tower B will be 41 storeys and 200 meters tall. The total floor area will be 361,000 sqm, an increase of 80% from the total floor area of the existing buildings. The buildings will contain retail on lower levels with office space above. Tower B may also contain a 200-room hotel on the top floors. The 20,900 sqm block of land will include a 6,000 sqm public plaza and green space.

The Marunouchi District Heating/Cooling plant is located under the Mitsui Bussan Building. The equipment will be upgraded as part of the redevelopment.

The block across the street on the southern side is being redeveloped by Mitsubishi Jisho as part of the Otemachi 1-1 District Plan. This project, which has been called ‘Otemachi Hotoria’ includes two 22 and 29-storey buildings containing office space, as well as serviced apartments. Otemachi has been solely a commercial zone, and these will be the first apartments in the Otemachi address. Completion is scheduled for 2015 (Otemachi Tower / JX Building) and 2017 (Otemachi Park Building).



The Masakado no kubizuka historic site.

Sandwiched between the PAL Building and Mitsui Bussan Building is a small and historic shrine owned by the Tokyo government. The Masakado no kubizuka is where Japan’s first samurai Taira no Masakado’s head is enshrined. Masakado was killed by the emperor in 940 after leading a rebellion. An old tale says that after his murder, his head was put on display in Kyoto for public viewing. One day his his head took flight to return to his hometown. After three nights of searching and landing in various locations, it finally settled on this spot in Otemachi, which at the time was just a hill rising out of the bay of a small fishing village. A shrine was built to honour Masakado, with his head said to be buried underneath.

In recent history, misfortune has struck those who have attempted to disturb this shrine. Following the 1923 Great Kanto earthquake, the shrine was destroyed and the Ministry of Finance attempted to build temporary offices on the site. However, several construction workers, government staff and even Cabinet Minister Seiji Hayami soon met with unusual deaths.

During the occupation, the GHQ had attempted to clear the site as part of town planning works, but when heavy machinery moved in to dismantle the shrine, the machines were mysteriously flipped over.

It has been said that staff in neighbouring buildings have arranged their desks so as to not be pointing their backsides at the shrine, for fear of disrespecting Masakado’s spirit.

Sources:
Kensetsu Tsushin Shimbun, July 21, 2015.
Mitsubishi Jisho News Release, May 11, 2015.
Mitsui Fudosan News Release, December 11, 2014.
Kenplatz, August 8, 2013.
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