Located on a corner site at the intersection of Hakusan-dori Street and Shinobazu-dori Street a 2-minute walk from Sengoku Station on the Toei Mita Line, this building has a location that is both visually prominent and highly convenient. It is additionally on the edge of Yamatomura, a quiet residential district backing onto the Rikugien Garden, which has a distinguished history going back to the Meiji Period. Previously, the site was occupied by a single bank building, but the reconstruction has created 2 buildings: the Hulic Komagome Building, a unit with 4 above-ground floors and a total floor area of approximately 1,450m2 that accommodates the bank, and the Hulic Residence Komagome, a unit with 12 above-ground floors and a total floor area of approximately 3,300m2 containing 66 leasing condominiums. This profile not only meets shadow restrictions, property height restrictions and other regulations, but also realizes efficient use of the space by dividing the site to combine the differing land uses of a bank facility and a condominium building.
|Building type||Office buildings, Bank branch buildings|
|Address||6-1-1, Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo|
Sengoku Station, Toei Mita Line
|Number of floors||4F|
|Type of structure||RC|
|Total floor area||1,456.00m2|
|Completion of construction||3 / 2012|