Shibuya Hikarie

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Height: Architectural 182.5 m / 599 ft
Height: Occupied 168.2 m / 552 ft
Height: To Tip 182.5 m / 599 ft
Floors Above Ground 34
Floors Below Ground 4
# of Elevators 41
Tower GFA 144,546 m² / 1,555,880 ft²
Development GFA 144,546 m² / 1,555,880 ft²
# of Parking Spaces 419


Official Name Shibuya Hikarie
Other Names Shibuya 2-chome 21 Area Development
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Japan
City Tokyo
Street Address & Map 2-18-3, Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku
Postal Code 150-8510
Building Function office / exhibition / retail
Structural Material steel
Proposed 2007
Construction Start 2009
Completion 2012
Official Website Shibuya Hikarie
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
National Ranking #78 Tallest in Japan
City Ranking #51 Tallest in Tokyo

Companies Involved

Architect of Record Tokyu Architects & Engineers, Inc.
Structural Engineer
MEP Engineer
Main Contractor Taisei Corporation; Tokyu Construction Company

About Shibuya Hikarie

Shibuya Hikarie seeks to become a new super high-rise landmark in the town of by “stacking up” the diversity and bustle of its surroundings. The building is a multiple use facility housing offices, a 2,000-seat theater for musicals, a large 1,000 sqm event hall and a smaller 300 sqm event hall, creative spaces, restaurants, shops and other commercial facilities.

The building’s stack consists of blocks whose exteriors are defined by function. The blocks are connected by common-use deck and sky lobby space, so that office workers will mingle with those using other parts. The resulting synergies will transmit to the exterior the general liveliness of the building as a whole. The subdivision of the building’s volume helps to alleviate its rather overwhelming presence vis-à-vis the much smaller structures on its north and south sides. This is reinforced by promoting continuity and circulation between the building and the multiple public transit lines, and with deck areas linking to main streets.

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