Century Park Tower

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Century Park Tower
General information
Location1, Tsukuda 2, Chūō, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates35°40′15″N 139°47′08″E / 35.670702°N 139.785581°E / 35.670702; 139.785581Coordinates: 35°40′15″N 139°47′08″E / 35.670702°N 139.785581°E / 35.670702; 139.785581
Construction started1995
CompletedMarch 1999
Roof180.1 m (591 ft)
Technical details
Floor count54 above ground
3 below ground
Design and construction
ArchitectNihon Sekkei
DeveloperMitsui Fudosan Co. Ltd.
Main contractorTaisei Corporation
Other information
Number of rooms756

The Century Park Tower (センチュリーパークタワー), also known as River City 21 M,[1] is a residential building in the River City 21 building complex located in the Chūō special ward of Tokyo, Japan. Completed in March 1999, it stands at 180 m (590 ft) tall.[1][2][3][4][5] It is the 45th tallest building in Tokyo[6] and the 66th tallest building in Japan.[7]

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