Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Saitama-Shintoshin Building is located in a new urban center in Saitama Prefecture, the Greater Tokyo Area. The building was constructed on the site of a switchyard, owned by the former Japan National Railways, in line with a major redevelopment project to create a new urban center in Saitama Prefecture.
Included in the redevelopment project was Saitama Shintoshin Station, opened in 2000, along with other urban infrastructure such as a pedestrian deck, roadway and public utility conduit. Following this, Saitama City Hall, Saitama Super Arena, and various office buildings (including the Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Saitama-Shintoshin Building) and shopping centers were established. The Saitama Shintoshin Zone has full-fledged urban operations including the Kanto Koshinetsu District's government agencies, office buildings, cultural centers, and commercial facilities, providing a great potential to further future growth and development.
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Saitama-Shintoshin Building is a one-minute walk via the pedestrian deck from Saitama Shintoshin Station which is served by the JR Keihin Tohoku Line, Utsunomiya Line, and Takasaki Line. Vehicular access is also excellent as the property is close to exits of main highways and the Metropolitan Expressway.
|Location||11-2, Shintoshin, Chuo-ku, Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan|
|Title||Land:Ownership (50% Co-ownership)
Building:Ownership ( 50% Co-ownership)
|Total floor area||78,897.42 sqm *1）|
|Year built||March 2002|
|Structure||35-story plus 3 basement levels
RC, SRC with a flat roof
|*1)||The number represents the total floor area of the building.|