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Roppongi Hills
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Height: To Tip
238.1 m / 781 ft
Height: Architectural
238.1 m / 781 ft
 
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower Outline
Tallest Building:
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower

Height: Helipad
238.1 m / 781 ft
Floors Above Ground
54
Floors Below Ground
6
# of Elevators
41
Tower GFA
380,105 m² / 4,091,416 ft²
Development GFA
622,430 m² / 6,699,781 ft²
# of Parking Spaces
2,450

Facts & Figures

Official Name Roppongi Hills
Status Completed
Country Japan
City Tokyo
Complex Function hotel / office / residential
# of Apartments 739
# of Hotel Rooms 389
# of Parking Spaces 2,450

Map of Buildings in Complex

NOTE: Only buildings that have GPS coordinates recorded are displayed.

 

Buildings in Complex

  Completed   Architecturally Topped Out   Structurally Topped Out   Under Construction   On Hold   Never Completed   Proposed   Vision   Demolished
ID #   Status Building Name City Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Completion Material Use
1022 1   COM Roppongi Hills Mori Tower Tokyo (JP) 238.1 781 54 2003 composite office
3410 2   COM Roppongi Hills Residential Building B Tokyo (JP) 159.1 522 43 2003 residential
3411 2   COM Roppongi Hills Residential Building C Tokyo (JP) 159.1 522 43 2003 residential
30548 4   COM Grand Hyatt Tokyo Tokyo (JP) 95.7 314 - 2003 hotel

CTBUH Initiatives

Inaugural Japan Symposium Rises to the Occasion in Tokyo
22 May 2015 – Event Report

Videos

The Space Between: Urban Spaces Surrounding Tall Buildings
18 Oct 2016 – James Parakh, City of Toronto Planning Department

Interview: Hiroo Mori
12 Nov 2015 – Director and Executive Vice President, Mori Building

Interview: Hiroo Mori
27 Oct 2015 – Hiroo Mori, Mori Building

Research Papers

The Future of Sustainable Cities and How Tall Building Urbanism has Evolved
28 Oct 2019 – 2019 Chicago 10th World Congress Proceedings - 50 Forward | 50 Back

Rapid Diagnosis Systems Using Accelerometers in Seismic Damage of Tall Buildings
Sep 2017 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 6 Number 3

The Vertical Garden City Grows Into the 21st Century
May 2015 – CTBUH Journal, 2015 Issue II