【H1】Support Agreement with Mori Building

Overview of Mori Building and Its Large-Scale Redevelopment Projects

Mori Building's three missions for urban development

Mori Building's Three Missions for Urban Development

Mori Building Co., Ltd. has raised the three missions of "safety and security," "environment and greenery," and "culture and arts" for urban development, has built a track record of redevelopment projects in major areas of Tokyo, primarily in Minato-ku, and has accumulated experience, technology and know-how in urban redevelopment. Mori Building also boasts a reputation for town management that heightens the value of entire areas, as well as management of properties of wide-ranging uses.

1Safety and Security:
Cities that withstand earthquakes

Building cities that withstand earthquakes and natural disasters through earthquake-resistant features and other measures. Transforming cities from "places to flee from" to "places to flee to"

Safety and Security: Cities that withstand earthquakes

2Environment and Greenery:
Where city and nature flourish together

Restoring a sense of changing seasons to the city

Environment and Greenery: Where city and nature flourish together

3Culture and Art:
Where creativity and new possibilities are born

More space and time to enjoy, creating places in which culture is enjoyed, fostered and transmitted

Culture and Art: Where creativity and new possibilities are born

Mori Building's large-scale redevelopment projects

Mori Building's Large-scale Redevelopment Projects

Mori Building is engaged in numerous large-scale redevelopment projects, primarily in Minato-ku.

  • ARK Hills<
    ARK Hills
    (completed: March 1986)
  • Atago Green Hills
    Atago Green Hills
    (completed: July 2001)
  • Moto-Azabu Hills
    Moto-Azabu Hills
    (completed: May 2002)
  • Roppongi Hills
    Roppongi Hills
    (completed: April 2003)
  • Holland Hills
    Holland Hills
    (completed: February 2005)
  • Omotesando Hills
    Omotesando Hills
    (completed: February 2006)
  • Toranomon Hills
    Toranomon Hills
    (completed: May 2014)
Location Main uses Site area
(m2)
Gross floor area (m2) Total # of residential units
ARK Hills Minato-ku,
Tokyo
Office
Residential
Hotel
Shops
Concert hall
c. 41,000
(*1)
c. 360,000 c. 480
Atago Green Hills Minato-ku,
Tokyo
Office
Residential
Shops
Buddhist temple
c. 38,000 c. 167,000 c. 350
Moto-Azabu Hills Minato-ku,
Tokyo
Residential
Shops
Child day care
c. 12,000 c. 56,000 c. 220
Roppongi Hills Minato-ku,
Tokyo
Office
Residential
Hotel
Shops
Art museum
Movie theater
Television studio
School
Buddhist temple
c. 89,000 c. 760,000 c. 840
Holland Hills Minato-ku,
Tokyo
Office
Residential
Shops
c. 3,000 c. 35,000 c. 70
Omotesando Hills Shibuya-ku,
Tokyo
Shops
Residential
c. 6,000 c. 34,000 c. 40

Toranomon Hills

Minato-ku, Tokyo

Office
Residential
Hotel
Shops
Conference

c. 17,000 c. 240,000 c. 170
(*1)
Total development area including an enclave, different from the area in which ARK Mori Building is located 39,602.42㎡
(*2)
As of the date of the Securities Registration Statement, Mori Hills REIT INVESTMENT CORPORATION has acquired part of there properties but has no plan to acquire the other properties.