Station Garden Tower

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Station Garden Tower
Station garden tower nishinippori arakawa tokyo 2009.JPG
General information
StatusComplete
Location24/25, 2 Nishi-Nippori, Arakawa, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°43′46″N139°46′17″E / 35.729507°N 139.771484°E / 35.729507; 139.771484 Coordinates: 35°43′46″N139°46′17″E / 35.729507°N 139.771484°E / 35.729507; 139.771484
Construction started2004
CompletedApril 2008
Height
Roof153 m (502 ft)
Top floor145.7 m (478 ft)
Technical details
Floor count40 above ground
2 below ground
Floor area52,801.46 m2 (568,350.2 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Nihon Sekkei, Inc.
Main contractor Nishimatsu Construction Co., Ltd.
Other information
Number of rooms340
Parking54 spaces
References
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The Station Garden Tower (サンマークシティ日暮里ステーションガーデンタワー) is a mixed-use building in the Arakawa special ward of Tokyo, Japan. Completed in April 2008, it stands at 153 m (502 ft) tall. [1] [2] [3] [4]

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