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Mori Building Completes Construction of Toranomon Hills Residential Tower

Top-grade residences for vibrant global lifestyles enhance Toranomon Hills area as a new international urban center and global business hub
Mori Building Completes Construction of Toranomon Hills Residential Tower

Tokyo, January 28, 2022—Mori Building Co., Ltd., Japan's leading urban landscape developer, announced today that construction of Toranomon Hills Residential Tower, adjacent to Toranomon Hills Mori Tower, was completed on January 20 and a completion ceremony was held today, January 28. As Japan's highest-grade, world-class residential building incorporating Mori Building's unparalleled expertise in residential business, Toranomon Hills Residential Tower represents a major addition to the Toranomon Hills area, a new international urban center and global business hub.

Residence embodying the true richness of city life
Toranomon Hills Residential Tower offers high-quality global lifestyles for vibrant urban living in the heart of Tokyo, incorporating Mori Building's unparalleled expertise in residential business, which also includes ARK Towers within ARK Hills, known as Japan's first large-scale private redevelopment project, as well as Roppongi Hills Residences and Toranomon Hills Residence.
The 54-story, 220-meter Tower boasts 547 residential units, the most of any building in the Toranomon area. A spa, Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant and international school are some of the many added benefits of the Tower. Residents will enjoy "Hills Life" embodying the true richness of city life as well as the surrounding Toranomon Hills area, which is home to an increasing number of global players and brimming with energy and diverse urban services.
Renowned architect Christoph Ingenhoven designed the exterior for harmony with existing structures in the Toranomon Hills area, an ideal base for international business. Interior areas were conceived by celebrated interior designer Tony Chi, who has created sophisticated spaces that integrate Japanese aesthetics with international lifestyles and nature.

Sophisticated layout and service
Toranomon Hills Residential Tower offers a high-quality balance of layout, facilities and design. Accommodations include choices of two bedrooms (approx. 95), three bedrooms (approx. 120), four bedrooms (approx. 285) and even global-level five bedrooms (approx. 1,270). In addition, serviced apartments (160 units) are available for short-term stays. Along with common facilities such as a restaurant, library, art gallery and guest rooms exclusively for residents, valued-added facilities include HILLS SPA, a members-only wellness facility equipped with a 25-meter pool and a bilingual health clinic.

Mori Building is currently constructing Toranomon Hills Station Tower (tentative name), which will become an integral part of Toranomon Hills Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. Scheduled for completion in July 2023, this will be the next key addition to the area's integrated transportation infrastructure. Mori Building, by steadily enhancing Toranomon Hills as a new international hub and global business center, continues to contribute to the magnetism of Tokyo as one of the world's greatest cities.

High-quality living spaces and hospitality suited to global players

Toranomon Hills Residential Tower offers a high-quality balance of layout, facilities and design. Residences include choices of two bedrooms (approx. 95), three bedrooms (approx. 120), four bedrooms (approx. 285) and even global-level five bedrooms (approx. 1,270). In addition, serviced apartments (160 units) are available for short-term stays.

Along with common facilities such as a restaurant, library, gallery and guest rooms exclusively for residents, value-added facilities include HILLS SPA, a members-only wellness facility equipped with a 25-meter pool and a bilingual health clinic.

Also, drawing on Mori Building's extensive experience in creating and operating luxury residences, the Tower offers services suited to the standards and lifestyles of discriminating residents. In addition, special support services for foreign entrepreneurs residing temporarily in the serviced apartments include a front desk, doorman/porter, valet and room service, all available around the clock.

Exterior
The Gallery
Front Desk
Living Room/Dining Room

A Residence with the true richness of city life

Residents of Toranomon Hills Residential Tower will enjoy rich lifestyles supported with excellent common facilities designed for entertaining guests. Toranomon Hills Kitchen is an exclusive dining room for breakfast, all-day dining and room service; "Guesthouse Living and Dining" inside lounge space and "Guesthouse Guest Room" (approx. 200) is ideal for high-level entertaining; and Tower-exclusive artworks viewable in The Gallery and Library. In addition, valued-added facilities include Toranomon Hills Spa, a members-only wellness facility equipped with a 25-meter pool and a bilingual health clinic.

  • Toranomon Hills Kitchen (1st floor)
    This exclusive restaurant, reserved for residents and their guests only, serves meals throughout the day, from breakfast to teatime to dinner, featuring natural food made from safe, high-quality ingredients.
  • Toranomon Hills Spa (2nd and 3rd floors) - Opens April 1
    This residents-only fitness center and spa enables busy residents to maintain physical/mental health and beauty with a pool, gym, beauty salon and café (opens in October) as well as services such as personal trainers.
  • Health clinic (2nd floor) - Opens Autumn 2022
    In cooperation with Jikei University Hospital, bilingual doctors and nurses are on duty 24/7 to provide consultation and also emergency services in case of illness or injury.
Toranomon Hills Kitchen (1st floor)
The Toranomon Hills Spa (2nd and 3rd floors)
Health clinic (2nd floor, image)
Guesthouse living-dining room (41st floor)

Michelin 3-star restaurant, international preschool, and more

Toranomon Hills Residential Tower's many value-added facilities include an upscale Japanese restaurant noted for earning three Michelin stars for 15 straight years, and an international preschool that will provide both educational and childcare services. The Tower will also offer retail stores for highly convenient urban living.

  • Kanda Japanese restaurant (Opens: February 15)
    This famous Japanese restaurant has long been recognized by Michelin for its exceptional cuisine. In addition to seated service, an exclusive catering service will be provided for Residential Tower residents. Kanda, the first Japanese restaurant to receive three Michelin stars for 15 consecutive years, is now moving from Motoazabu to Toranomon Hills Residential Tower. Owner-chef Hiroyuki Kanda, born into a family involved in the restaurant business in Tokushima, at age 23 moved to Paris to work at a Japanese restaurant for five years. After returning to Japan, he trained at "Aoyagi," an upscale traditional (ryotei) restaurant, before going independent in 2004. Kanda creates his popular offerings based on the opinions and feelings of his customers.
  • EtonHouse international preschool (Opens: April 4)
    EtonHouse International Education Group has more than 100 international schools in 12 countries. EtonHouse international schools are guided by the policy of "child-led projects" based on children's interests and curiosity. The school will offer international preschool for children 15 months to 5 years old, as well as afterschool programs for childcare.
  • La maison Jouvaud patisserie (Opens: July)
    Jouvaud is a prestigious patisserie in Provence, France with a history of over 70 years. In Japan, it has shops in Tokyo (Hiroo), Nagoya (KITTE) and Kyoto (Gion and JR Kyoto Isetan), so this will be its fifth local shop. Chef Pierre Jouvaud loves to explore new challenges while also honoring traditional recipes, including highly reputed chocolates and meringue.
  • 7-Eleven convenience store (Opens: After July)
    Residents will have fast, easy on-site access to daily foods and goods offered by this popular convenience-store chain.

Artworks created exclusively for Toranomon Hills Residential Tower

A variety of artworks commissioned exclusively for Toranomon Hills Residential Tower are on permanent display in common areas such as the entrance, reception area and lounge. Mori Art Museum, drawing on its experience as a global art center for contemporary art since 2003, curated the artworks for this project. The serene and sophisticated pieces, each imbued with a blend of nature, seasonal atmosphere and warmth, are perfectly suited to Mori Building's new high-rise residence.

  • Sam Falls
    Untitled, 2021
    Ceramic panel
    960.8 x 448.7cm
  • Sopheap Pich
    Rise to the Sun, 2020
    Bamboo, rattan & stainless steel
    318×296×55cm
  • Bernard Frize
    Menge, 2020
    Acrylic paint on canvas
    396.5×305cm
  • Mika Tajima
    Negative Entropy (Toranomon Construction Site, Morning Calisthenics, Full Width, Red, Quad), 2020
    Cotton, polyester, nylon, wool acoustic baffling felt & white oak
    274.3×137.2×5cm
  • Shingo Francis
    Infinite Space (violet-turquoise), 2015
    Oil on linen
    194×162cm
  • Genta Ishizuka
    Surface Tactility (on wall), 2021
    Lacquer
    137x98x52cm

Designing by world-famous architect and interior designer

Residents of Toranomon Hills Residential Tower will enjoy new lifestyles that fully embrace vibrant urban living. The renowned architect Christoph Ingenhoven has designed the exterior to blend harmoniously with Toranomon Hills Mori Tower as well as the extensive greenery in adjacent Atagoyama, and celebrated interior designer Tony Chi has created interior spaces that integrate Japanese aesthetics with international lifestyles and nature, making this an ideal base for international business.

Christoph Ingenhoven

Ingenhoven has guided the firm Ingenhoven Architects in Dusseldorf, Germany since 1985. His sustainable and ecological architectural designs are recognized worldwide and have won many international awards.

Major works: Stuttgart Main Station (Stuttgart), 1 Bligh (Sydney), Marina One (Singapore), and more.

Tony Chi

Chi, an interior designer, is principal and founder of tonychi. Since establishing the agency in 1984, Chi has served as planner, consultant, interior designer and other roles for a number of hotel and restaurant projects.

Major works: Grand Hyatt Tokyo (all restaurants and bars), Andaz Tokyo, Park Hyatt Shanghai, Rosewood London, Intercontinental Geneva, and more.

Toranomon Hills Residential Tower overview

  • Location: 1-1-1 Atago, Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • Ground area: Approx. 6,530m²
  • Total floor area: Approx. 121,000m²
  • Height: Approx. 220m
  • Floors: 54 above ground and 4 underground
  • Structure: Steel, reinforced concrete and steel-reinforced concrete
  • Facilities: Residences, retail facilities, childcare facilities, spa, clinic, etc.
  • Residences: 1 bedroom (approx. 55m²) to 5 bedrooms (approx. 1,270m²)
  • Serviced apartments:1 room (approx. 35m²) and 2 bedrooms (approx. 110m²)
  • Project executor: Mori Building Co., Ltd.
  • Architects: Kume Sekkei Co., Ltd. (baseline) & Takenaka Corporation (detailed design)
  • Constructor: Takenaka Corporation
  • Designers: Ingenhoven Architects (exterior), tonichi and others (interior), etc.

Timeline

  • September 2015: Designated as National Strategic Special Zone Project
  • September 2015: Approval of city plan
  • March 2017: Start of construction
  • January 2022: Completion

Appendix: Evolving and Expanding Toranomon Hills Area (PDF 1.2MB)

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