JMF-Bldg. Akasaka 02

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10075

Location
3-5 Akasaka 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Acquisition Price (mn Yen)
42,428
Date Acquired
Dec. 01, 2021
Construction Completion
Feb. 25, 2011
Number of Stories
16 stories above ground and 2 basement floor, S-structure with flat roof
Land Size
1,893.72m2
Zoning
Commercial district
Total Floor Space
17,493.58m2
Number of Tenants
7
Occupancy Ratio
80.9%

* Unlike the property name by JMF, the property is referred to as the “Akasaka Star Gate Plaza”.
* The property was approved for the integrated design system (general-type integrated design) under Article 59-2 of the Building Standard Law (No. 1037, November 26, 2008), and the floor-area ratio was relaxed (originally 700%, but the applicable floor-area ratio is 871.99% based on integrated design) by installing the public open space, rooftop greenery, and other facilities.

As the property is located right from the Tameike-sanno Station gateway on the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Namboku lines, and it is also approximately a five-minute walk from the Kokkai-gijidomae Station on the Marunouchi and Chiyoda lines, it is in a convenient location with access to four major subway lines.
A typical floor is a large space of around 235 tsubo, and having a ceiling height of 2,800 mm and no support pillars, the office space gives a sense of openness with a high degree of
freedom in the layout including floor division.

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JMF-Bldg. Akasaka 02

Location
3-5 Akasaka 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Acquisition Price (mn Yen)
42,428
Date Acquired
Dec. 01, 2021
Construction Completion
Feb. 25, 2011
Number of Stories
16 stories above ground and 2 basement floor, S-structure with flat roof
Land Size
1,893.72m2
Zoning
Commercial district
Total Floor Space
17,493.58m2
Number of Tenants
7
Occupancy Ratio
80.9%

* Unlike the property name by JMF, the property is referred to as the “Akasaka Star Gate Plaza”.
* The property was approved for the integrated design system (general-type integrated design) under Article 59-2 of the Building Standard Law (No. 1037, November 26, 2008), and the floor-area ratio was relaxed (originally 700%, but the applicable floor-area ratio is 871.99% based on integrated design) by installing the public open space, rooftop greenery, and other facilities.