Japanese real estate developer Mori Building, which is famous for the Tokyo Roppongi Hills urban renewal case, announced today that it will launch a new wave of the Duomo, in addition to being the largest in the history of Mori Building. Create a tallest building in Japan with a height of about 330 meters.
Japan’s Sankei Shimbun reported that Mori Building announced today an overview of the urban renewal program in the Tiger Gate and the Yantai area of the port area of Tokyo, the most notable of which is to build a residential mix of about 330 meters high. The super-high building, scheduled to be completed in 2023, will surpass the current high-rise building in Japan and the 300-meter-high Osaka City Abeno Harukas Building, becoming the new tallest building in Japan.
The total cost of the urban renewal project of Mori Building is about 600 billion yen (about NT$176.7 billion), which is the largest case in the history of Mori Building.
Ms. Shen Shenwu, president of Mori Building, said at the press conference that in order to ensure the vast green space, the 330-meter-high super-high building is necessary, expressing the idea that the balance between the case and the green space is balanced.
The total area of the project is about 8.1 hectares, and three high-rise buildings will be built. The central area will be the Greenland Plaza. At that time, the company will introduce international-level high-class hotels to create an international appearance.
Mori Building said that it began to engage in dialogue with local residents for this case, dating back to 1989, 30 years ago; through 30 years of the entire Heisei era, it continued to communicate with about 300 landowners and finally reached an agreement. Almost all landowners express their willingness to stay in the local area.