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KYOBASHI TRUST TOWER

KYOBASHI TRUST TOWER
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Location

2-1-3 Kyobashi,Chuo-ku,Tokyo
21 fl. above the ground, 3 fl. below the ground and two-story rooftop structure

Access

Kyobashi Sta.
1 min on foot from 7 Exit (Ginza Line)

Nihombashi Sta.
5 min on foot from B3 Exit(Ginza Line/Tozai Line/Toei Asakusa Line)

Tokyo Sta.
4 min on foot from Yaesu Sourth Exit (JR Line/Marunouchi Line)

Takaracho Sta.
4 min on foot from A5 Exit (Toei Asakusa Line)

Ginza-itchome Sta.
5 min on foot from 7 Exit (Yurakucho Line)

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Rental space Outline

Rental area of typical floor 1,626.12m²(491.9tsubo)
Air conditioning [Around the core of the building]
Individual packaged air conditioners (air-cooled heat pump type, simultaneous heating and cooling)
[Around the perimeter]
Individual packaged air conditioners (air-cooled heat pump type, simultaneous heating and cooling)
Typical ceiling height 2,900mm(typical floor), 3,000mm(12F,21F)
Typical ceiling specification 600mm grid modular ceiling system
Typical floor load 500kg/m² (1,000kg/m² at heavy load zone)
Typical floor specification Carpet tile over 100mm high free access floor
Electricity for computer Total 70VA/m² (power outlet capacity : 50VA/m²; additional power capacity : 20VA//m²)

Building Outline

Lot area 4,403.86m² (approx. 47,400 sq. ft.)
Total floor area 52,470.87m² (approx. 564,792 sq. ft.)
Number of floors 21 fl. above the ground, 3 fl. below the ground and two-story rooftop structure
Building structure Steel-framed building(concrete filled steel tube) with partially steel-framed reinforced concrete structure (seismic response control structure)
Parking 124 spaces (spaces included for delivery vehicles and management staff)
Primary use Office:5-21F
Hotel:2-4F
Shop:1F
Building completed February, 2014
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