Roppongi Hills

Format
Full

City
Tokyo

Country
Japan

Metro Area
Tokyo

Project Type
Mixed Use

Location Type
Central Business District

Land Uses
Civic Uses
Conference Center
Cultural Use
Education
Entertainment
Hotel
Medical
Mixed-Use Building
Multifamily Rental Housing
Museum
Office
Open space
Recreation
Religious Use
Restaurant
Retail

Keywords
Area redevelopment
Cultural Center
Downtown hotel
Downtown housing
High-rise building
Luxury housing
Pedestrian-oriented development
Preserved garden
Social infrastructure
Sustainable development
ULI Awards for Excellence 2007 Winner
Urban regeneration

Site Size
28.6 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2000

Date Opened
2000

The ¥270 billion (US$2.47 billion) Roppongi Hills project, also known as the Roppongi 6-chome Redevelopment project, is the largest private sector redevelopment ever completed in Japan. Covering approximately 11.6 hectares (28.7 acres) of prime real estate in the Minato Ward, Roppongi Hills integrates office, residential, and retail uses, a hotel, a TV broadcasting studio, and cultural functions, such as a museum, with parks and plazas that constitute the majority of open space. Jointly developed by Mori Building Company and the Roppongi 6-chome Redevelopment Association, this urban regeneration scheme aims to create a true cultural center.

Become a member today to view this case study.

Unlimited access to this robust content is a key benefit of ULI membership. View a “Free Look” case study to see what you are missing, and consider becoming a member to gain unlimited access to ULI Case Studies.

Free Look Learn More about Membership

Format
Full

City
Tokyo

Country
Japan

Metro Area
Tokyo

Project Type
Mixed Use

Location Type
Central Business District

Land Uses
Civic Uses
Conference Center
Cultural Use
Education
Entertainment
Hotel
Medical
Mixed-Use Building
Multifamily Rental Housing
Museum
Office
Open space
Recreation
Religious Use
Restaurant
Retail

Keywords
Area redevelopment
Cultural Center
Downtown hotel
Downtown housing
High-rise building
Luxury housing
Pedestrian-oriented development
Preserved garden
Social infrastructure
Sustainable development
ULI Awards for Excellence 2007 Winner
Urban regeneration

Site Size
28.6 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2000

Date Opened
2000

Date Completed:
Case Study/Profile Type: DCS
Website: http://http://www.roppongihills.com/index.html
World Region: Asia Pacific

Developer/Owner/Master Planner
Mori Building Co. Ltd.
Tokyo, Japan

Owners
TV Ashi Broadcasting
Tokyo, Japan

Hollywood Beauty School
Tokyo, Japan

Architects
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC
New York, NY

The Jerde Partnership
Santa Monica, CA

Conran and Partners
London, UK

Maki and Associates
Tokyo, Japan

Gluckman Mayner Architects
New York, NY

ULI Awards for Excellence 2007 Winner