ARIAKE FRONTIER BUILDING
ARIAKE FRONTIER BUILDINGAriake Area

The South Ariake area, where the Ariake Frontier Building is located, is furnished with some of the finest convention facilities, including Tokyo Big Sight, Japan's largest international exhibition center, and a number of hotels to cater to these facilities. It also acts as a comprehensive base for disaster prevention, and has hospitals that offer medical relief at times of disaster. The whole area is lively, and crowded with people every day. In the North Ariake area, you will find Ariake Tennis Park, where international tournaments are held, and many of the citizens engage in sports here. At the same time, the waterfront area has been utilized in recent years for the construction of high-rise apartment buildings, a development that will go towards further improving the lives of residents.

Overview

Address 3-7-26, Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Public transport access Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon Station on the Yurikamome Line and Kokusai-tenjijo Station on the Rinkai Line
Main use Offices and shops
Site area 9,337.15m²
Building area 6,418.31m²
Total floor space 78,223.50m²
Standard floor space 1,393.89m²
Standard floor space available for sole occupancy 976.08m²
Area available to rent for office use 26,498.79m²
Area available to rent for commercial use 3,643.13m²
Number of floors 21 floors above ground (high-rise building), 12 floors above ground (mid-size building), 4 basement levels, 2 rooftop levels
Construction Steel structure and steel-framed reinforced concrete structure
Maximum height 115.90m(high-rise building) 77.20m(mid-size building)
Maximum floor load 500kg/m²(300kg/m² on raised flooring)
Number of car parking spaces 254 (self-park: 68, automated parking system: 186)
Architectural design and supervision MHS Planners, Architects & Engineers Ltd.
Construction Joint construction venture executed by Takenaka Corporation, Ando Construction Co., Ltd., Fudo Construction, Daito Corporation, Nitto Construction, Inc. and Fukuda Corporation

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