Shiodome City Center

    Shiodome City Center
    Minato-ku,Tokyo

    Developed by Mitsui Fudosan in 2003, Shiodome City Center includes a 1.5 million square foot, 44-story office tower, a smaller 47,000 square foot office building that serves as the Matsushita Headquarters, more than 60 shops and restaurants, and the restored historic Shimbashi rail station. Mitsui Fudosan managed all aspects of the development project, which in owned in a joint venture with Alderney Investments (an affiliate of the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation).  Designed by Pritzker Prize winner Kevin Roche, John Dinkeloo and Associates LLC, the property received the 2013 Good Design Award in Architectural and Environmental Design by the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization, and an IESNA Merit Award in 2014. To take advantage of southeastern views of Hamarikyu Gardens and harbor, and northwestern views of the central business district and the Palace Gardens, the Shiodome City Center Tower was placed on an angle and designed with a curved façade. 

    The property is located at the southeastern edge of the Ginza shopping area in central Tokyo, and a short walk from Shimbashi Stations on the Toei Asakusa and Yurikamome and Tokyo Metro Ginza Lines, as well as the Shiodome Station on the Toei Oedo and Yurikamome Lines. For additional information, please visit: www.shiodomecitycenter.com/en/

     

    Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower

    Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower
    Nihonbashi, Tokyo

    Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower is a 1.4 million square foot, 39-story, mixed use tower, conveniently located approximately one minute's walk from both Mitsukoshimae and Shin-Nihonbashi Stations. Designed by Cesar Pelli and completed by Mitsui Fudosan in 2005, the property was awarded the coveted Good Design Award by the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization, to recognize its successful fusion of historic preservation, commercial development, and quality of life. The tower connects, via a glass-panel bridge passing through a soaring, bright atrium, to the Mitsui Main Building, a registered Cultural Heritage Property built in 1929, which is representative of the classical European facades found throughout the Nihonbashi district. Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower is a vertical city, and includes 23 floors of Class A office space; the world's first “6 star” hotel – the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo; the Mitsui Memorial Museum art gallery; and a wide range of restaurants and retail shops. For additional information, please visit: www.mitsuitower.jp/en
     

    Nihonbashi Revitalization

    Nihonbashi Revitalization
    Nihonbashi, Tokyo

    Mitsui Fudosan’s roots extend back more than 300 years in Nihonbashi - the town at the heart of Tokyo, which has flourished as a major center of culture and commerce since the Edo Period. As a sincere expression of our love and appreciation for Nihonbashi, the "Nihonbashi Revitalization Plan” unites government, business and the local community on a mission to preserve Nihonbashi’s beautiful historic elements, while revitalizing the area’s landscape, infrastructure and liveliness. The plan includes a wide range of projects, including a large-scale mixed-use redevelopment, which includes offices, retail areas, apartments and a multi-purpose hall; the restoration of the beautiful 1,100 year-old "Fukutoku Shrine"; the construction of Fukutoku no Mori, a richly landscaped public plaza; as well as numerous infrastructure, energy efficiency, and streetscape improvements. We are confident that the Nihonbashi Revitalization Plan will preserve the cultural treasures handed down by our ancestors and reenergize the neighborhood for generations to come. For additional information, please visit: www.nihonbashi-tokyo.jp/en/index.html

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    Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City

    Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City
    Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture

    Kashiwa-no-ha Urban Development is one of metropolitan Tokyo’s most ambitious development projects. The project is a showcase of cutting-edge, sustainable design and technology focused on reducing energy consumption and environmental impact; improving resiliency from natural disasters; creating a robust local economy by integrating university and research institutions as well as business incubation facilities; and improving the health and well-being of workers and residents. Mitsui Fudosan actively participated in a wide range of projects at Kashiwa-no-ha, including installing renewable energy and area-wide energy management systems, optimizing the built environment for energy efficiency and sustainability, and designing facilities to promote health and a greater sense of community. For additional information, please visit:  www.kashiwanoha-smartcity.com/en
     

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    Television Centre Redevelopment Project

    Television Centre Redevelopment Project
    London, UK

    Television Centre is a 1.1 million square foot, mixed use redevelopment project on a 14-acre site located in White City, London. Mitsui Fudosan and its strategic partner, Stanhope, acquired the original BBC Television Centre complex in 2012, and have launched a plan to transform the site into a mixed use development featuring 500,000 square feet of Class A offices; up to 950  apartments, penthouses and townhomes; three BBC television studios renovated for the digital age; a wide range of cafés and restaurants; an independent cinema; and a 47-room Soho House Hotel & Club. Residents and tenants will enjoy an array of beautiful and tranquil private courtyard gardens, public plazas and improved connectivity to the surrounding area and Hammersmith Park. The site offers exceptional access to public transportation, located a few minutes’ walk from the White City and Wood Lane tube stations. For additional information, please visit: www.televisioncentre.com  
     

    Tokyo Midtown

    Tokyo Midtown
    Roppongi, Tokyo

    Tokyo Midtown is a 6.1 million square foot, mixed use development project designed by SOM and completed in 2007 on a 17-acre site at the heart of Tokyo's Roppongi district. This “city within a city” project features six buildings arranged among lush gardens and adjacent to Hinokicho Park. The complex includes Midtown Tower, one of Tokyo's tallest buildings; The Galleria, an elegant 5-story, 764,000 square foot shopping and dining complex; the Suntory Museum of Art; 21_21 Design Sight, a design museum created by architect Tadao Ando and fashion designer Issey Miyake; 107 luxury apartments; and the world-class Ritz-Carlton Tokyo hotel. The project has received several prestigious awards, including a Global Award for Excellence from the Urban Land Institute, and Best Mixed Use Building from MIPIM Asia. Tokyo Midtown is directly connected to Roppongi Station on the Oedo Subway Line. For additional information, please visit: www.tokyo-midtown.com/en

Portfolio

    Mitsui Fudosan America's commercial real estate investment and development properties

 

Office

55 Hudson Yards
New York, NY

527 Madison Avenue
New York, NY

1251 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY

The Homer Building
Washington, D.C

1200 17th Street, NW
Washington, D.C

270 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA

Waterfront Corporate Center III
Hoboken, NJ

Residential

160 Madison Avenue
New York, NY

525 West 52nd Street
New York, NY

650 Indiana Street
San Francisco, CA

Second & Pike
Seatle, WA

1395 22nd Street
San Francisco, CA

4000 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA

Development Sites

Eighth & Figueroa
Los Angeles, CA

Eighth, Grand & Hope
Los Angeles, CA

Hospitality

Halekulani Hotel
Wakiki, HI

The Waikiki Parc Hotel
Wakiki, HI