|Shinagawa East One Tower|
|Address||2-16-1, Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan|
|Completed||March 31, 2003|
|Owner||Daito Trust Construction Co., Ltd.|
|Structural system||Steel frame structure + steel-reinforced concrete structure|
|Floor count||32 (Three basement floors and 32 above ground floors)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Nikken Sekkei|
|Main contractor||Takenaka Corporation|
|Parking||274 car spaces|
Shinagawa East One Tower (しながわイーストワンタワー) is a 32-story intelligent building which was built in Konan, which is a redevelopment area of Minato-ku, Tokyo. The construction of the building was started in 2000, and was completed on 31 March 2003.
The main functions of the building are office and retail space for companies, restaurants, retail establishments and clinics. As with many buildings in Japan this one also is equipped with energy absorption style seismic motion mitigation device.
The Shinagawa East One Tower houses the corporate headquarters of its owner, Daito Trust Construction.
The upper floors of the building are occupied by The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo.
There are several izakaya type restaurant establishments in the building.
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