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Imaging a town that you want to revisit countless times.

It is only natural to seek convenience when developing a new city. But convenience alone will not suffice. There is also a need to ensure the comfort and beauty of the whole city and warmth full of humanity. NSKRE envisions a new city while imagining a town which people cannot wait to revisit. Moreover, while considering the local community and natural environment, we finalize and implement plans to ensure the town prospers and develops sustainably. Currently, our business field is expanding into all major cities nationwide, centered on the Tokyo Metropolitan area.

The "Intercity" Series

An "Intercity" centered on the development of quality office complexes makes it possible for companies to leverage a city to the maximum extent possible and impart fresh energy to business.

Shinagawa Intercity

Shinagawa Intercity

Konan in Minato Ward, Tokyo
Bldg. A: 32 stories above ground and 2 below;
Bldg. B/C: 31 stories above ground and 3 below
Total floor space: 337,119 m2
Completed in November 1998

Shinagawa Intercity has been rated highly both at home and abroad as a model case of a large-scale urban development project. Equipped with a pedestrian walkway that allows two-minute access to and from the train station and a vehicle only road connected to the basement parking space, it features a large pedestrian area called "Central Garden." As the flow of people changed, how to address the issue of slow development in Shinagawa had been a long standing issue. This project brought about a breakthrough, enabling Shinagawa to make a leap forward as one of Tokyo's new leading city centers.

Akasaka Intercity

Akasaka Intercity

Akasaka in Minato Ward, Tokyo
29 stories above ground and 3 below
Total floor space: 74,640 m2
Completed in February 2005

Akasaka Intercity, which made its debut in spring 2005, is a high-quality building complex, in which people live and work; creating a "leading-edge and new tradition" in the historic town of Akasaka. Featuring an integrated pillar-free huge office space of approx. 1,800m2, its structure, sporting a bright yellow terracotta exterior, has become a local landmark thanks to its excellent design, which was honored with the Good Design Award

Hamarikyu Intercity

Hamarikyu Intercity

Kaigan in Minato Ward, Tokyo
25 stories above ground and 2 below
Total floor space: 35,480 m2
Completed in March 2011

Conveniently located; a 6-minute walk from Hamamatsu-cho Station, with easy access to the Shinkansen (bullet train) or Haneda International Airport. A prized location adjacent to Hamarikyu Gardens and the former Shiba-rikyu Villa. Fitted with cutting-edge building specifications, it is designed with the environment in mind by adopting eco-friendly systems, such as district heating and cooling and photovoltaic power generation.

Other Major Achievements

Grand Front Osaka

Grand Front Osaka

Ohfuka-Cho in Kita Ward, Osaka
South Bldg. (Tower A): 38 stories above ground and 3 below
Total floor space: 188,076 m2
North Bldg. (Tower B): 38 stories above ground and 3 below; (Tower C): 33 stories above ground and 3 below
Total floor space: 295,511 m2
Owners' Tower: 48 stories above ground and 1 below
Total number of units: 525
The entire project was completed in April 2013

"Grand Front Osaka" made its complex city debut as one of Japan's largest urban development projects. In a prioritized development area covering approximately 7 hectares within the JR Osaka Station's 24-hectare northern zone, a complex of offices, commercial facilities, a hotel and an urban-type condominium has been completed.

Kasumigaseki Common Gate

Kasumigaseki Common Gate

Kasumigaseki in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo
East Bldg.: 33 stories above ground and 2 below;
West Bldg.: 38 stories above ground and 3 below;
Former Ministry of Education, Science and Culture Bldg.: 6 stories above ground;
Annex: 2 stories above ground
Total floor space: 251,100 m2
Completed in September 2007

The buildings of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the Board of Audit were reconstructed by employing the PFI (Private Finance Initiative) approach. In addition, the whole urban area was redeveloped. With the theme of "urban regeneration," "human and environmental symbiosis," "historical renaissance", "town regeneration" and "industry-academia government symbiosis," we promoted a creation-of towns- and-cities initiative and involved ourselves in the administrative operations of the complex, thereby contributing to the development of the town.

Large-scale Redevelopment Projects in the Planning Phase

Large-scale redevelopment projects are under way in Tokyo’s prime areas, including Akasaka and Kitashinagawa. We aim to create a complex base that combines the easy workplace access that comes with being at the center of Tokyo, easy integration with the local community and the ease of living in a city center. By bringing out the best possible potential of a top-ranked location in Tokyo, the convenience for those who work or live there can be dramatically enhanced, which in turn will likely mean a spectacular improvement in the quality of both business and lifestyle.

Akasaka Itchome District Type-I Urban Redevelopment Project

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Akasaka Itchome District Type-I Urban Redevelopment Project

Akasaka in Minato Ward, Tokyo

A redevelopment project located in a comprehensive special zone for Asian headquarters and an area of urgent urban renewal. As a new base in front of a station seamlessly connected with Tokyo Metro Tameikesanno Station, we target an attractive urban complex, which brings together business, commerce and housing. Through this project we have consolidated land, set up a new walkway to the subway station and improved secondary streets, thereby forming a comfortable pedestrian network and enhancing greening as well as ensuring a temporary evacuation space for those unable to go home in the event of a disaster and setting up a warehouse for stockpiling emergency supplies to make it a highly disaster-resistant town.

Kitashinagawa Gochome No. 1 District Type-I Urban Redevelopment Project

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Kitashinagawa Gochome No. 1 District Type-I Urban Redevelopment Project

Kitashinagawa in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo

The district around JR Osaki Station is positioned as a subcenter and designated as an urgent urban renewal area. The No. 1 District, covering approx. 3.6 ha in area and located in the center of the redevelopment area, emphasizes overall harmony in making business, commerce and housing functions available while also considering the surrounding environment and landscape. Moreover, facilities will be put in place to hand down and develop industries commensurate with the town and its proud manufacturing tradition.

Management Business

(FM), in addition to tenant leasing, contract management, tenant relations and building maintenance and management. We have relocated the head office of many leading companies and have proposed ways to enhance productivity and to reduce the office overhead costs including energy-saving measures of those companies. We have also provided BCM-based office selection ideas in order to pursue tenant satisfaction.

Property ManagementFacility Management

* BCM (Business Continuity Management) BC (Business Continuity): In the event of an emergency, such as a disaster or scandal, preventing specific key business activities from being disrupted. Or, in the event they are disrupted, resuming operations at the functional minimum in order to minimize the cost attributable to disruption. BCM: Management for continuing business in a comprehensive and integrated manner, including continuous improvement in the processes of formulating a business continuity plan (BCP) and deploying, managing and reviewing it for a company that is implementing BC.