Mori Building starts $5.5b real estate project in Tokyo
Transactions - AUGUST 23, 2019

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Mori Building starts $5.5b real estate project in Tokyo

by Andrea Zander

Mori Building Co. has started work on a $5 billion real estate project that will include Japan’s tallest building.

Completion is slated for March 2023.

The project will include offices, shops, residences, a luxury hotel and an international school, and furnished with 24,000 square meters (258,000 square feet) of greenery.

The 330-meter (1,082-foot) skyscraper, with space for both office and residential use, will be completed in March 2023 in the Azabudai-Toranomon district. It will surpass the current tallest building in Japan — the 300-meter (984-foot) Abeno Harukas in Osaka.

Mori Building will construct several buildings under the new project, which will cover a total area of about 8.1 hectares (20 acres), where it will also locate a hotel and an international school.

The project may not be the tallest building in Japan for long. Another firm is hoping to break records in Tokyo. Mitsubishi Estate Co. is planning to construct an approximately

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