Shiodome City Center
Developed by Mitsui Fudosan in 2003, Shiodome City Center includes a 1.5 million square foot, 44 story office tower, a smaller 47,000 square foot office building that serves as the Matsushita Headquarters, more than 60 shops and restaurants, and the restored historic Shimbashi rail station.
Designed by Pritzker Prize winner Kevin Roche, John Dinkeloo and Associates LLC, the property received the 2013 Good Design Award in Architectural and Environmental Design by the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization, and an IESNA Merit Award in 2014.
To take advantage of southeastern views of Hamarikyu Gardens and harbor, and northwestern views of the central business district and the Palace Gardens, the Shiodome City Center Tower was placed on an angle and designed with a curved façade.
Prime Location in Central Tokyo
The property is located at the southeastern edge of the Ginza shopping area in central Tokyo, and a short walk from Shimbashi Stations on the Toei Asakusa and Yurikamome and Tokyo Metro Ginza Lines, as well as the Shiodome Station on the Toei Oedo and Yurikamome Lines.