*UPDATE: Both apartments were sold within 3 weeks*
Two apartments are currently for sale in Toranomon Hills Residence. The 247-meter tall landmark tower was developed by Mori Building in 2014 and includes office space on the lower floors, luxury condominium and rental apartments on floors 36-46, the AO Spa & Club on the 37th floor and the 5-star Andaz Hotel on floors 47-52.
Residents can enjoy five-star amenities not found in other apartment buildings in Japan, including bilingual concierge, room service, housekeeping, dry cleaning, catering in conjunction with the Andaz Hotel, event spaces, residential lounges, and the AO Spa and Club with pool and gym. There are also a variety of on-site dining options in the Toranomon Hills complex, such as a rooftop bar on the 52nd floor, and several restaurants and cafes on the ground floors.
It doesn’t get any better than this. We are excited to announce that a 2-Bedroom apartment in Toranomon Hills Residence, one of Tokyo’s most desirable and luxurious apartment buildings, has just become available for sale.
Toranomon Hills is a 247m tall, 52-storey tower containing office space on floors 6 ~ 35, condominium and rental apartments on floors 37 ~ 46 and the 5-star Andaz Hotel on floors 47 ~ 52. It is the second tallest mixed-use building in Tokyo, coming in at just 1 meter shorter than Tokyo Midtown.
Of the 172 apartments on the residential floors, only 70 were made available for sale with the remainder being kept by Mori as rental apartments. The 70 apartments were never publicly advertised for sale, and were instead offered by invitation to selected existing clients of Mori Building. All new apartments had sold out by the building’s completion in May 2014.
This 2-Bedroom apartment on the 45th floor is, to our knowledge, the very first apartment offered for re-sale in the building. It includes a wide balcony with wood decking, an open-plan kitchen, floor-heating in the living/dining room, and a master bedroom with walk-in closet. The apartment has not been lived in but is being sold fully-furnished and ready to move into. The interior finish has been upgraded by Kagami Reform. Furnishings include Armani and Cassina furniture, light fixtures and appliances. The apartment is north-east facing and has views towards the Toranomon, Roppongi and Akasaka areas, and Mt. Fuji on a clear day.
Mori Building’s latest high-rise – Toranomon Hills – is officially open today. At 247m tall, the 52-storey building is Tokyo’s second highest mixed-use building after Tokyo Midtown. An opening ceremony was yesterday, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe giving a speech.
The building contains office space on floor 6 to 35, apartments on floors 37 to 46 and the Andaz Hotel on floors 47 to 52. Of the 172 apartments, 70 were offered for sale (most have already sold) with the remaining apartments offered for rent.
Monthly rents range from 550,000 Yen (5,400 USD) for a 1-bedroom up to 2.92 million Yen (28,500 USD).
Average price: 3 ~ 6 million Yen/sqm Size range: 44.80 ~ 239.83 sqm (482 ~ 2581 sqft)
Area: Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Toranomon Hills is the latest luxury development from Mori Building.
Located in a prime business district between Shinbashi and Roppongi, the 52-storey tower is already a local landmark and is spurring on additional redevelopment in the nearby area.
At a height of 247 meters, this is Tokyo’s second tallest mixed-use building after Roppongi’s Midtown Tower.
The building contains retail facilities, office space on floors 6 to 35, residences on floors 37 to 46 and Japan’s first Andaz Hotel on floors 47 to 52.
There are 172 apartments, of which 70 were made available for sale with the remainder for rent. Most of the apartments had sold prior to the building’s official opening on June 11, 2014.
Residents have access to bilingual support services, room service, house-keeping, catering, restaurant and spa facilities offered in conjunction with the Andaz hotel (residents must pay a membership fee for these benefits, however).
While prices and sales were not publicly advertised, some suggest they were priced at a record-setting high of around 4 million Yen per square meter when brand new. Mori Building only ever builds apartments at the very top end of the market, and they still command high prices years after completion.
*Show Foto, K.K. is a fully licensed real estate agency. We are able to assist buyers with the purchase of apartments in this building and similar ones. Our fees to buyers are 3% + 60,000 Yen + consumption tax.