Marunouchi Park Building

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Marunouchi Park Building
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General information
StatusComplete
TypeOffice
Location6-1, 2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°40′45″N139°45′47″E / 35.679096°N 139.763107°E / 35.679096; 139.763107 Coordinates: 35°40′45″N139°45′47″E / 35.679096°N 139.763107°E / 35.679096; 139.763107
Construction startedFebruary 5, 2007
CompletedApril 30, 2009
Height
Roof170.1 m (558 ft)
Top floor157.1 m (515 ft)
Technical details
Floor count35 above ground
4 below ground
Floor area190,512 m2 (2,050,650 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.
Other information
Parking282 spaces
References
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The Marunouchi Park Building (丸の内パークビルディング) is an office building in the Chiyoda special ward of Tokyo, Japan. Completed on April 30, 2009, it stands at 170 m (558 ft) tall. [1] [2] [3] Along with the Mitsubishi Shoji Building, it houses the head office of the Mitsubishi Corporation. [4]

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