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Examples of Environmental Certification, etc. Acquired

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Status of Acquisition of External Certifications

(as of November 29, 2018)

Entire Portfolio Certified properties Ratio of certified
properties
DBJ Green Building Certification Number of Properties

113

48

42.5%

Based on total floor area (㎡) 635,247.92 372,466.21

58.6%

BELS Assessment

Number of Properties

113

38

0.0%

Based on total floor area (㎡) - -

0.0%

  • As for the exclusively-owned portions of office buildings, total floor area is the sum of the leasable area and the area multiplied by the ratio of ownership of the common area. While, as the one for residences, total floor area is calculated as the one whole building.
  • As for Hommachi Garden City, the office building portion and the hotel portion are treated as one property, and “based on total floor area” of “certified properties” is calculated by the floor area of the certified office building portion.

DBJ Green Building Certification

SHR has acquired the DBJ Green Building Certification for the following properties.

* For the details of each property, please click property photo.

Certification rank
(ranked first)
DBJ Green Building 2016 ★★★★★

  • Office Building

    Garden City Shinagawa Gotenyama Garden City Shinagawa Gotenyama
    Garden City Shinagawa Gotenyama
    Garden City Shinagawa Gotenyama
  • Residence

    Prime Maison SHINAGAWA Prime Maison SHINAGAWA
    Prime Maison SHINAGAWA
    Prime Maison Shinagawa

Overview of DBJ Green Building Certification System

The DBJ Green Building Certification Program was launched by Development Bank of Japan Inc. (“DBJ”) in April 2011, for the purpose of supporting the properties which give proper care to environment and society (“Green Building”).
The program evaluates and certifies properties which are required by society and economy. It makes comprehensive assessment of properties, while evaluating various factors which range from properties’ environmental features to their communication with stakeholders, such as disaster prevention and proper care for surrounding communities.
Since August 2017, Japan Real Estate Institute (“JREI”) evaluates and certifies properties and DBJ controls the DBJ Green Building Certification Program.

Properties with the best class environmental & social awareness Properties with exceptionally high environmental & social awareness Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness Properties with
high
environmental &
social awareness
Properties with satisfactory environmental & social awareness
DBJ Green Building 2016 ★★★★★ DBJ Green Building 2016 ★★★★ DBJ Green Building 2016 ★★★ DBJ Green Building 2016 ★★ DBJ Green Building 2016 ★
5 Stars 4 Stars 3 Stars 2 Stars 1 Star

* For details of the “DBJ Green Building Certification System”, please click here.

Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB)

SHR continued to participate in Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (“GRESB”) Assessment to real estate companies and funds, and acquired the following assestment in the GRESB real estate evaluation conducted in 2018.

GRESB Assessment Green Star
GRESB Rating ★★★★
GRESB Public Disclosure B
Health & Well-being Module Participated
Resilience Module Participated
  • GRESB ★★★ 2017

Assessment points

SHR believes that the key points that helped it earn these ratings are as follows. 

  • Establishment of sustainability policy and building of management structure
  • Efforts aimed at enhancing the content of information disclosure with respect to its sustainability policies and management of such policies
  • Multidimensional approach to reduce environmental burden such as energy saving and water saving activities
  • A proactive attitude toward acquiring green building certifications and other such certifications

Overview of GRESB and the GRESB Real Estate Assessment

GRESB is an annual benchmark for environmental, social and governance considerations in the global real estate sector, which was established in 2009 primarily by major European pension fund groups which led the Principles for Responsible Investment. The characteristic of the GRESB Assessment is that it evaluates sustainability efforts by real estate companies and REITs, etc., not of individual properties. For details of GRESB Assessment, please click here

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