Pacific Century Place Marunouchi
|Pacific Century Place Marunouchi|
The building was developed following a tender of the underlying land by Japan Railway Settlement Corporation in 1997. Pacific Century Group acquired the land and led the development of the property. Nikken Sekkei was responsible for preliminary architectural design, while Takenaka Corporation and Kajima Corporation led the construction.
Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC acquired a large portion of the building in 2014 (excluding the hotel and certain other components) for $1.7 billion from Secured Capital Investment Management, which acquired the space in 2009 for around $1.3 billion.
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