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Old Posted Apr 1, 2010, 5:54 PM
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OSAKA | Abenobashi Terminal Building | 984 FT / 300 M | 62 FLOORS

Abenobashi Terminal Building Tower 阿部野橋ターミナルビル タワー館



Abenobashi Terminal Building Complex Project

Abeno district, is where the Abenobashi Terminal Building stands, a terminal with railways such as Kintetsu and JR and the subway (Midosuji and Tanimachi lines) entering into the district , and boasting 800,000 passengers who get on and off each day. Within the premises of our largest scale terminal, we plan to build a complex building called “Tower Annex” (tentative name) the highest-rise building of its kind in Japan-with 62 stories above the ground and 6 underground stories, comprising approximately 210,000m2 of total floor area and approximately 300m high. The facility consists of a train station, department store, offices, hotel, art museum and observatory. It is a big project combining our four core businesses including railway, retail, real estate and hotel & leisure facilities. We aim to complete the project in the spring of 2014.

Height: 300m
Floors: 62
Use: Department store, office, hotel, museum
Architect: César Pelli
Construction start: January 2010
Completion date: March 2014

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http://maps.google.co.jp/maps?f=q&so...,0.008905&z=17







     
     
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