Hirakawacho Mori Tower is located in Hirakawacho, Chiyoda Ward - one of the Tokyo Central Five Wards. A number of Japan’s governmental functions are concentrated in this district, e.g., the National Diet Building and the Supreme Court. Adjacent is the Akasaka Zone, one of the busiest business centers in Tokyo. Hirakawacho Mori Tower is also in the close vicinity of the Imperial Palace, which is an extraordinary addition to property value, with a stunningly beautiful green landscape. The Hirakawacho area enjoys stable and strong office demand.
Facing Aoyama Street (Route 246), Hirakawacho Mori Tower is just a one-minute walk from Nagatacho Station, which is served by three metro lines (the Hanzomon Line, the Yurakucho Line and the Namboku Line). Akasaka-mitsuke Station, served by two metro lines (the Ginza and Marunouchi), is also connected by underground passageways to Nagatacho Station, making Hirakawacho Mori Tower an extremely convenient workplace.
|Location||2-16-1, Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan|
|Title||Land:Co-ownership of site (registered as Shikichi Ken)
|Total floor area||51,094.82 sqm *1)|
|Year built||December 2009|
|Structure||24-story plus 3 basement levels
S, SRC, with a flat roof
|*1)||The number represents the total floor area of the building.|