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O-001Garden City Shinagawa Gotenyama

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Location 6-7-29 Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Acquisition price 71,950 million yen
Structure / Floors RC, 9F/B1F
Total floor area 62,975.42 ㎡
Total leasable area 38,577.99 ㎡
Completion February 2011

Property Characteristics

The property stands in a luxurious and comfortable area with a number of office buildings having historical background called “Gotenyama” (palace hill), as there used to be a separate villa of the Tokugawa Shogunate family, Shinagawa Goten. The property is located approximately 10-minute walk from "Osaki" Station, approximately 12-minute walk from "Shinagawa" Station, approximately 12-minute walk from "Gotanda" Station, and approximately nine-minute walk from "Kitashinagawa" Station. These four stations are served by 10 railways including subway, JR and private railway lines, and are easily accessible from various directions. In addition, a shuttle bus service is provided between "Gotanda" Station and "Shinagawa" Station to improve access. "Shinagawa" Station boasts one of the largest numbers of passengers in the Tokyo metropolitan area, is accessible by the Tokaido Shinkansen line and has an easy access to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport). The location is highly appealing for leading companies that are expanding their business in Japan, as well as global companies that are expanding their business globally. A station for the Maglev Chūō Shinkansen line is scheduled to open in 2027 at "Shinagawa" Station, and is expected to continue to develop in the future. Furthermore, the area around the "Shinagawa" and "Tamachi" stations has been designated as a Comprehensive Special Zone for International Competitiveness (Special Zone for Asian Headquarters), and the area has been actively attracting foreign companies. In addition, at the former Shinagawa rail yard between the "Shinagawa" and "Tamachi" Stations, the new "Takanawa Gateway" Station is scheduled to open in 2020 and the area around the new station is being developed on a large scale, and further business accumulation is expected in the future.

Completed in 2011, the building has a high-grade appearance. Since the property has one of the largest standard floor areas in Japan of approximately 2,044 tsubo, allowing it to secure open and regular-shaped spaces without pillars, it is more than fully capable of accepting relocations of corporate headquarters or similar-class offices. Each floor can be divided for up to eight tenants, enabling leasing according to tenant needs. The property has a ceiling height of 2,900 mm, an OA floor of 120 mm, heavy duty zones with a floor load of 1,000 kg/ m2 (in contrast to 500 kg/ m2 for standard zones), an air conditioning system individually covering 115 zones per floor, and a high-level security system with flap gates and contactless IC cards. The main entrance hall on the second floor in common space has a large space with a reception counter, which is finished with a luxurious interior, and large and small conference rooms are available for rent, allowing efficient use of office space. The property is an environmentally-friendly office building, which promotes energy saving by having LEDs installed for all the lighting of the leased rooms and greening of the rooftop and the exterior. For the portion already held. it has been rated as one of the “properties with the best class environmental and social awareness”, (5 stars) the highest level in the five-level scale evaluation of the DBJ Green Building Certification and has received an “S-rank” evaluation from CASBEE, which is also the highest level in the four-level scale. Moreover, it has also been recognized by a third-party evaluation that the property is located on high ground and has a low risk of disasters such as floods and also gives consideration to the business continuity plans (BCPs) of tenant companies, such as through a seismically-isolated structure as anti-disaster measures and securing emergency power using private power generators.

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