Japan-based urban landscape developer Mori Building has announced the official opening date of Azabudai Hills, a multiuse complex and neighbourhood in central Tokyo, Japan.
The complex will open on 24 November this year and will host approximately 20,000 employees and 3,500 residents.
It covers an area of approximately 8.1ha and includes 24,000m² of green spaces, with a total floor space of 861,700m², including roughly 214,500m² of office space, 1,400 residential units, and the 330m Mori JP Tower.
Xinhua quoted Mori’s president and CEO Shingo Tsuji as saying: “In the megacity of Tokyo, we will create a ‘compact city’ integrating the latest urban functions with a natural environment to nurture a vibrant community.”
The Keio University Center for Preventive Medicine, the British School in Tokyo, the Tokyo Venture Capital Hub, and the Mori Building Digital Art Museum are among some of the institutions and amenities set to open in the multiuse complex.
The power supply for Azabudai Hills will be provided via 100% renewable sources.
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According to Mori Building, some of the development’s facilities will open gradually after December this year.