- 14 Mar 2002
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'A District tower' is part of Mori Building Co.’s project to redevelop a roughly 8.1-hectare area in Tokyo's Toranomon and Azabudai districts and will stand 330 metres tall.
When construction is completed next year, the structure will replace the 300-meter-tall Abeno Harukas building in Osaka as the tallest skyscraper in the country. Shimizu Corp., a major Japanese general contractor, began construction of the new landmark in August 2019. The building will have 64 stories above ground and a large office space with a total rental area of about 204,000 square meters. The building's 54th to 64th floors will accommodate 91 housing units built by Aman, the operator of a luxury hotel brand. Keio University Hospital's center for preventive medicine will take up the fifth and sixth floors.
New skyscraper in Tokyo rises to dizzying 330 meters in the air | The Asahi Shimbun: Breaking News, Japan News and Analysis
Aman Residences, Tokyo will be located on floors 54-64 of the 330-metre A District Tower and will offer 91 hotel-branded residences with exclusive services, including a residents-only Aman Spa (some 1,400 sqm). Aman's signature hospitality – both warm and unassuming – will enable residents to enjoy extraordinarily peaceful lifestyles while overlooking the vibrant Tokyo metropolis. The Tower's sophisticated architectural design is the masterful work of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects (USA) and interior design has been crafted by Yabu Pushelberg (Canada).
Aman Residences, Tokyo announced for Toranomon-Azabudai Project, completing 2023. – Housing Japan
Mori Building Co., Ltd., Japan's leading urban landscape developer, announced on February 18 that it will partner with Aman, the operator of diverse world-class luxury hotels and resorts, in the Toranomon-Azabudai Urban Redevelopment Project, a massive urban renewal undertaking that will...