GINZA SIX Retail Management Co., Ltd.
GINZA SIX Retail Management Co., Ltd. was established jointly by core Ｊ.Front Retailing Group firm Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores, along with Mori Building, L Catterton Real Estate and Sumitomo Corporation. The company will handle the leasing and service promotion, facility management planning and other pre-opening operations, and general post-opening business operations for retail facilities at the Ginza 6-10 District Category 1 Urban Redevelopment Project.
|Company name:||GINZA SIX Retail Management Co., Ltd.|
|Business:||Management of GINZA SIX
Overall tenant management
Service promotion planning and operation
Planning and implementation of facility management plan
General operations, purchasing management
|Established:||2nd February, 2015|
|Investors:||Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores, Mori Building,
L Catterton Real Estate, Sumitomo Corporation
|Qualifications:||Real Estate Business, Governor of Tokyo (1), License No. 97612|
|Head Office:||GINZA SIX 7F, Ginza 6-10-1, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
Ｊ. FRONT RETAILING Co., Ltd.
Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores Co., Ltd.
As a firm that has retail as its core business, the company intends to play a proactive role in the project, drawing on its know-how in areas such as marketing, product and services, and leveraging the resources of the J. Front Retailing group.
Mori Building Co., Ltd.
Mori Building is an all-round developer that aims to “create and nurture the city.” The company will leverage its extensive experience with developing and managing properties, including the know-how accrued in the development and town management of Roppongi Hills, to create a captivating facility that is buzzing with excitement.
L Catterton Real Estate
As the global real estate investment and development firm sponsored by the LVMH Group and Groupe Arnault and part of L Catterton, focusing on luxury retail-driven mixed-use projects, the company will contribute its specialized knowledge of iconic commercial development projects to this project.
The company intends to deploy the experience and expertise accumulated through its building and housing businesses via wide-ranging real estate projects in Japan and overseas, including redevelopments such as Harumi Island Triton Square and retail facility developments, including Terrace Mall Shonan.
Background of the Redevelopment Project
GINZA SIX, a large-scale urban redevelopment project, is the largest commercial complex in the Ginza area. The site merges the former site of the Matsuzakaya Department Ginza Store and a neighboring block for integrated development. A local road that ran between the two blocks has been shifted to join Mihara-dori Avenue, creating a larger continuous block measuring some 9,080 square meters. In addition to a large-scale retail complex, offices, and cultural exchange facilities, the site includes a bus terminal, rooftop garden, and facilities to accommodate stranded people unable to return home in the event of a disaster. The site offers local convenience, improved comfort, and enhanced disaster preparedness.
|District Name:||Ginza 6-10 district (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)|
|Business Model:||Category 1 Urban Redevelopment Project|
|Project Executor:||Ginza 6-10 District Urban Redevelopment Partnership Number of Partnership|
|Members:||15 (as of October 2016)|
|Location:||6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Design:||Ginza 6-chome District Urban Redevelopment Plan Design Collective
(Kajima Corporation, Taniguchi Architectural Design Institute)
|Exterior design oversight:||Yoshio Taniguchi, Taniguchi Architectural Design Institute|
|Public facilities etc.:||
Project History and Future Schedule
|Feb 2003:||Ginza 6-chome City Planning Council established|
|Apr 2010:||Ginza 6-chome District Urban Redevelopment Preparation Partnership founded|
|Dec 2011:||City planning decision|
|Dec 2012:||Ginza 6-chome District Urban Redevelopment Partnership established, business approval granted|
|June 2013:||Right conversion plan approved|
|July 2013:||Demolition of existing buildings begun|
|Apr 2014:||Construction of main structure begun|
|Jan 2017:||Planned completion of main structure|
|April 20, 2017:||Planned opening of retail facilities|
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