News Releases
2017

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TGMM Shibaura Project (tentative name)
msb Tamachi(musubu Tamachi)Announced as District Name

May 16, 2017
Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.
Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.

Tokyo, Japan, May 16, 2017— Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. and Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd. announced today that they have decided on msb Tamachi(musubu Tamachi.“musubu”means“connecting”) for the district name of the joint TGMM Shibaura Project (tentative name; hereafter, “the project”) being developed in the Shibaura area at the east exit of JR Tamachi Station.

The area at the east exit of JR Tamachi Station was historically a commercial district and is expected to see further development going forward due to the construction of tower condominiums and station-area redevelopment projects in recent years. The district name msb Tamachi reflects a desire for the project, which is aimed at the creation of a mixed-use urban district near the station, to play the role of organically connecting people, things and ideas—work time and leisure time, tradition and innovation, Mita and Shibaura—and to enhance the district’s communicative capacity.

With the advanced environment and energy technologies of Tokyo Gas and the real estate development expertise cultivated in the Nihonbashi and Marunouchi areas respectively by Mitsui Fudosan and Mitsubishi Estate, the project will promote creating a neighborhood that is a progressive and appealing mixed-use urban district and which will fulfill the commitment expressed in the msb Tamachi name.

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Initiatives for “Connecting”

  • Creating a neighborhood around a mixed-use urban district made up of offices, retail facilities, hotels and plazas
    *The district is now scheduled to have Japan’s first Pullman hotel, the upscale brand of France’s AccorHotels, a global hotel chain (announced on the same date as this press release))
  • Pedestrian deck connecting JR Tamachi Station, the project and the public district (Minato Park Shibaura, Aiiku Hospital, Shibaura Park)
  • Optimization of energy supply-and-demand for the overall Tamachi Station east exit Kita district through smart energy network coordination between the project and the public district

Map

Perspective drawing of the area


Perspective drawing of the exterior


Perspective drawing of the roof deck seen from JR Tamachi Station

Overview of msb Tamachi (musubu Tamachi)

Project site 1-20, Tokyo Minato City Shibaura 3-chome and others
Access 1-minute walk from JR Tamachi Station (direct access from station), 3-minute walk from Mita Station on the Toei Mita and Toei Asakusa subway lines
Building Name msb Tamachi Tamachi Station Tower North (including the Smart Energy Center) msb Tamachi Tamachi Station Tower South Pullman Tokyo Tamachi
Developer Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd., Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.
* AccorHotels will operate Pullman Tokyo Tamachi
Site area Approx. 147,570 ft2
(approx. 13,710 m2)
Approx. 125,510 ft2 (approx. 11,660 m2)
Floor space Approx. 1,644,730 ft2
(approx. 152,800 m2)
Approx. 1,488,650 ft2
(approx. 138,300 m2)
Approx. 118,400 ft2
(approx. 11,000 m2)
Scale 36 above ground and 2 below 31 above ground and 2 below 9 above ground and 2 below
Height Approx. 180 m Approx. 170 m Approx. 50 m
Purpose Offices (4F to 35F)
Stores (1F to 2F)
District heating/cooling facility (B2)
Parking (B1)
Offices (6F to 31F)
(Office entrance on the 3rd floor)
Stores (1F to 4F)
Parking (B1)
Hotel (B2-9F)
Design supervision Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Inc. and Nikken Inc.
Exterior design KPF (Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates)
Contractor Undecided (SHIMIZU CORPORATION will build the Smart Energy Center) Taisei Corporation
Schedule Construction start: summer 2017 (planned)
Construction completion: spring 2020 (planned)
* Work started on the Smart Energy Center alone in October 2015 and is planned for completion in spring 2018
Construction start October 2015
Construction completion: May 2018 (planned)
Pullman Tokyo Tamachi opening: Fall 2018 (planned)

Area Map