Luxe Living Asia


Convenient­ly located at the centre of Tokyo’s Olympics-inspired redevelopm­ent, BRANZ Atago Toranomon o”ers a peaceful retreat for sophistica­ted urbanites


THE TOKYO OLYMPICS in 2020 will provide an extraordin­ary opportunit­y for the Japanese capital. In particular, the city’s property market is expected to get a boost with the launch of the Greater Tokyo Redevelopm­ent, which will transform central Tokyo with a number of new developmen­ts and infrastruc­ture – and right at the heart of it is BRANZ Atago Toranomon.

The project, from List Developmen­t and Tokyu Land Corporatio­n, occupies a prime location in Toranomon 3 Chome, part of the Japanese government’s six National Strategic Special Zones. It enjoys unparallel­ed public transport links: Kamiyacho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya line is just two minutes’ walk away and Onarimon Station just seven minutes, while the new Toranomon Hills Station will open next year. Surroundin­g districts include the business centres of Ginza, Shinbashi and Akasaka, the Azabu diplomatic quarter and the cultural melting pot of Roppongi.

The 17-storey BRANZ Atago Toranomon o”ers residences in 13 di”erent layouts. With a backdrop that combines the bustling and urban with the tranquil and bucolic, it’s been designed according to a philosophy that blends the best of both, the use of sophistica­ted tiled surfaces dovetailin­g with an entrance hall, lobby and courtyard that together form an oasis of calm.

An unrivalled specialist in global luxury residentia­l property and exclusive agent for BRANZ Atago Toranomon, List Sotheby’s Internatio­nal Realty is the equally prestigiou­s real-estate division of the world-famous auction house. It has a network of some 1,000 o–ces in more than 70 countries, including Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Philippine­s and Thailand. The company represents the very finest luxury properties around the world – a portfolio into which BRANZ Atago Toranomon fits perfectly.


Charis Chan +852 9646 9698 |

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