The Takeshiba area where the New Pier Takeshiba South Tower is located connects to the commercial district that extends across Ginza, Shimbashi and Shiodome, and it also offers extremely convenient transport links. The nearby Hama-rikyu Gardens are an important cultural asset, and the Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal is a gateway to the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site of the Ogasawara archipelago, or the abundant natural beauty of the Izu islands. In the evening, you can catch a glimpse of Rainbow Bridge lit up at night from your hotel or whilst enjoying a meal at one of the many restaurants. This center for business and sightseeing affords one the opportunity to feel close to the sea without leaving the city.


Address 1-16-1, Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Public transport access Takeshiba Station on the Yurikamome Line
Main use Offices and shops
Site area 27,092.46m²
Building area 13,079m²
Total floor space 118,420.84m²
Standard floor space 1,688m²
Standard floor space available for sole occupancy 1641,75m²
Area available to rent for office use 28,128.83m²
Area available to rent for commercial use 2,863.18m²
Number of floors 21 floors above ground, 3 basement levels, 1 rooftop level
Construction Steel structure and steel-framed reinforced concrete structure
Maximum height 99.10m
Maximum floor load 300kg/m² (500kg/m² in some special areas) (300kg/m² on raised flooring)
Number of car parking spaces 172 (self-park)
Architectural design and supervision Nihon Sekkei, Inc.
Construction Joint construction venture executed by Nishimatsu Construction Co., Ltd., Okumura Corporation, Konoike Corporation and other partners

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