Construction of the 183-meter tall Toranomon Hills Business Tower was officially completed on January 21. The 36-story tower, designed by Ingenhoven Architects, forms part of Mori Building’s ongoing redevelopment of the Toranomon district. 

The 36-story building has 96,000 sqm of office space and 7,600 sqm of retail space. It will have direct station access to Toranomon Station on the Ginza Line and, from June, will also have direct access to the new Toranomon Hills Station on the Hibiya Line. The ground floor has a bus terminal that will be the terminal station for the city’s new bus-rapid-transport system that will connect several islands in the bay with the city center, as well as providing a pick-up point for airport buses. From Haneda Airport, the journey is just 25 minutes, depending on traffic.

The third floor is dedicated to a large-scale incubation center called ARCH. With a floor space of over 3,800 sqm, this is one of Japan’s largest incubation spaces. Interiors were designed by Wonderwall.

The official opening is scheduled for April.

Future projects by Mori in the immediate vicinity include the 215m tall Toranomon Hills Residential Tower (January 2021 completion) and 265m tall Toranomon Hills Station Tower (July 2023 completion).

Source: Mori Building News Release, January 21, 2020.