The Chiyoda Kojimachi Tower
The Chiyoda Kojimachi Tower is a brand new development due to be completed in December 2018. Consisting of just 26 units, with interiors designed by Studio Sawada Design, and views facing out across Tokyo, the property is located in the historic Kojimachi neighbourhood of Chiyoda ward, home to a number of highly sought-after schools and diplomatic quarters as well as being the location of head offices for Sony Music, Tokyo Metropolis Broadcasting and more. The property has its own exclusive exit from Kojimachi station, allowing for discreet and convenient travel while on the inside, it boasts an incredible range of amenities to deliver a truly refined Tokyo lifestyle.
Units on the 17th floor and above have unbroken views of the Tokyo skyline, aided in part due to the imperial castle grounds which are in the area. Rooms themselves have been carefully planned, with a number of layouts available, each finished to impeccable standards.
A Local Landmark
The elegantly designed building makes a distinct impression in the neighbourhood and provides the unique opportunity to acquire a luxury home in a refined area with incredible convenience. Apart from direct access to the station, the building is located on a quiet, leafy street steps away from both international and Japanese schools, Sophia University, shops, cafes, restaurants and parks.
Inside, the property features an incredible attention to detail with artistic approach brought to the lobby space, opulent formal layout with visual displays that culminate in a Japanese stone garden. A concierge will see to daily wants, with services include room service delivery, hair care, pet grooming, dry cleaning, parcel delivery, housekeeping, baby-sitting and more.
All of this is built on a strong and dependable base. The exact location of the property itself is on a basin, which offers natural insurance but that is further enhanced by the base-isolation earthquake protection (the highest grade available). In addition, 24hr close circuit tv, on-site building staff and auto-lock doors delivery complete safety-of-mind.
Residences on the 17th floor and above will have unsurpassed views from floor-to-ceiling windows which also capture incredible light as it streams in across Tokyo each day. The aesthetic is as sophisticated as it is impressive, with artistic backdrops, mood lighting and warm, wood kitchen units. The well-appointed kitchens are outfitted with carefully finished cabinetry and countertops and high-grade appliances. Generous scaled baths receive equal attention to detail while bedrooms are given added warmth by the use of fabrics.
Studio Sawada Design, who have handled the interior planning of the property is known for designing some of the best-known hotels worldwide, with a work portfolio that includes the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the Four Seasons in Shanghai, and the Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo.
‘The Center of Japan’
Tokyo`s Kojimachi neighborhood was once one of the special wards of old Tokyo, encompassing the Imperial Palace and its immediate area. Home to government families, it is the birth place of a number of important political figures in Japanese history, and it was Kojimachi that was known as the center of Japan. Today, the modern Chiyoda ward has replaced it and though encompassing a larger area, this is still a highly desired address. It is untouched from the hectic development going on elsewhere, which has allowed a more refined and sophisticated atmosphere to continue from the past. This makes it a more relaxed living space. With the Japanese Diet, or national parliament, imperial castle, the British Embassy and centers for learning in the area, its place in Japan is guaranteed long into the future. At a time when Tokyo is rushing through redevelopments for the upcoming Olympics, the streets in this locale are remaining apart.
Your Tokyo Residence
The Kojimachi area makes for an attractive primary residence or Tokyo home for those buying into the neighbourhood. With numerous important institutions in place, plus a number of older Tokyo families well established in the area, it is also a part of Tokyo which can be expected to retain its own value into the future. The area sees less development than other popular centers of Tokyo, which makes the Chiyoda Kojimachi Tower a chance to buy a brand new home, of unique quality, at reasonable pricing and feel safe in the knowledge that it will retain significant value into the future.
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