Shibuya Scramble Square

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Shibuya Scramble Square
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Shibuya Scramble Square
General information
TypeSubway station, mixed-use, observation deck
Location2-23 Shibuya Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°39′29″N139°42′05″E / 35.65806°N 139.70139°E / 35.65806; 139.70139 Coordinates: 35°39′29″N139°42′05″E / 35.65806°N 139.70139°E / 35.65806; 139.70139
Construction started2014
Completed2019 (East Tower); 2027
Owner Tokyu Corporation , East Japan Railway Company , Tokyo Metro
Height
Antenna spireEastern building: 229.71 m

Central building: 61 m

Western building: 76 m
RoofEastern building: 228.3 m
Top floorEast building: 226 m
Technical details
Floor countEast building: 47 (7 underground)

Central building: 10 (2 underground)

Western building: 13 (5 underground)
Floor area276,000 m²
Design and construction
Architect Nikken Sekkei, Tokyu Architects and Engineers Inc., JR East Design Corporation, East Japan Railway Company
DeveloperTokyu Architects & Engineers joint venture Nikken Sekkei

Shibuya Scramble Square (Japanese: 渋谷スクランブルスクエア Shibuya Sukuranburu Sukuea) is a mixed-use skyscraper connected to Shibuya Station in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It is part of a redevelopment of the station area. Located at Shibuya Station, the complex consists of three buildings, including an eastern building, Shibuya Scramble Square (229.71 m height), a central building (61 m height) and a western building (76 m height [1] ). Construction of the complex began in 2014 and is due to end in 2027, with an area of 276,000 m2. The eastern building of the complex, the Shibuya Scramble Square skyscraper, was completed in October 2019 and opened on November 1, 2019, with an area of 181,000 m2. [2] Shibuya Scramble Square surpassed the Cerulean Tower in height and became the highest skyscraper in the district of Shibuya. The Shibuya Scramble Square underground floor is directly connected to Shibuya Station. An observation deck, “SHIBUYA SKY”, is located on the roof of the skyscraper. The complex includes shops, offices, an observation deck, and a parking area.

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