An areas where people connect, and where investment and growth are born
Since the Meiji era, Kabutocho has been an entrepreneurial district for investment and securities, a district where innovation has been in step with the times, where investors have gathered and where a broad array of information has been exchanged. This historical background and other factors were the basis for our concept of a district where people connect, and where investment and growth are born. Our goal is revitalization that is unique to Kabutocho by harmonizing Kabutocho’s potential with neighboring districts.
The Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho redevelopment proposal we presented to the relevant authorities is based on the three finance- and securities-related concepts outlined below. Our staged development plan will promote coordination and collaboration among Otemachi, which is headquarters to many major financial institutions, and Nihonbashi, the home of The Bank of Japan, as it works to add finance-related functions. The plan looks to the future as a means to support the fulfillment of the “Global Financial City: Tokyo” vision in the areas.
Financial Function Development Concepts
- Support for development of entrepreneurial financial start-ups focusing on asset management
- The center for dialogue and exchange between investors and companies
- Attracting highly skilled financial professionals mainly from abroad
Home to the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Nihonbashi Kabutocho is well-known throughout the country as a stock trading district, and is also where the Heiwa Real Estate (the Group) was founded and currently has its headquarters. The Group owns several buildings in the district, including the Tokyo Stock Exchange Building, Nisshokan Building, Kabutocho Heiwa Building No. 6, and the Tokyo Shoken Kaikan Building. The Group is working to revitalize an area roughly 100,000 m2 in the Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho areas.
｢KABUTO ONE｣ is certified as a project in a National Strategic Special Zone. We will also develop three office buildings as a new financial center for the district called inGATE. This is one initiative in support of the “Global Financial City: Tokyo” vision. We will revitalize Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho to support the growth of start-ups such as fintech companies.
ーA leading redevelopment projectー
|Location||7 Nihonbashi Kabutocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Access||Direct access to Kayabacho Station on the Tokyo Metro's Tozai and Hibiya Lines|
|Main uses||Offices, shops, halls, rentable meeting rooms, parking|
|Floors||15 above-ground floors, 2 basement floors,2 penthouse floors|
|Structure||Above ground: Steel construction; Basement: Steel-reinforced concrete construction (steel construction in parts); intermediate layer seismic isolation structure|
|Site plan||Approx. 3,345 m2（approx. 1,011tsubo）|
|Total floor area||Approx. 39,170 m2（approx. 11,849 tsubo）|
|Leasable area per floor||Approx. 1,898 m2（approx. 574 tsubo）|
|Owner/Developer||Heiwa Real Estate Co., Ltd.; Yamatane Fudosan Real Estate Co Ltd.; Chibagin Securities Co., Ltd.|
|Design supervision (design and facilities)
Design supervision (structure)
|Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.
*The above data are subject to change by future administrative consultation or detailed examination.
ーNew financial center in the districtー