Shinjuku Park Tower

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Shinjuku Park Tower
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Shinjuku Park Tower as seen from Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
Shinjuku Park Tower
General information
Location3-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°41′08″N139°41′27″E / 35.68564°N 139.69095°E / 35.68564; 139.69095 Coordinates: 35°41′08″N139°41′27″E / 35.68564°N 139.69095°E / 35.68564; 139.69095
OpeningApril 25, 1994
Roof235 m (771 ft)
Technical details
Floor count52
Floor area264,141 m2 (2,843,190 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Kenzo Tange
Structural engineerKajima Corporation; Shimizu Corporation; Taisei Corporation

The Shinjuku Park Tower (新宿パークタワー, Shinjuku Pāku Tawā) is the second-tallest building in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It was designed by Kenzo Tange and completed in 1994.


Shinjuku Park Tower is a single building consisting of three connected block-shaped elements; S tower, which is 235 m (771 ft) tall with 52 stories, C tower which is 209 m (686 ft) tall with 47 stories and N tower which is 182 m (597 ft) tall with 41 stories. Floors 1 to 8 are occupied by retail stores, floors 9 to 37 are office floors and floors 39 to 52 are occupied by the luxury Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel, which includes a swimming pool with panoramic views on the city. [2] [3]

The building is owned and managed by Tokyo Gas Urban Development, a subsidiary of Tokyo Gas, [4] and was constructed on the site of a decommissioned gas storage facility. Tokyo Gas operates a regional cooling center on-site, which provides heating and cooling to the high-rise district of Nishi-Shinjuku, and supplies electricity to the adjacent Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. [5]

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Park Hyatt TokyoCheck-in LobbyOffice floors
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Taisei Housing ParkShinjuku Park Tower Dental Clinic
Mareesia Garden Clinic
NHK Garden
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Living Design Center OzoneThe Conran Shop ShinjukuPark Tower Hall
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