Biodiversity

Policy, Concept, and System

Real estate development is closely related to regional ecosystem services and requires the consideration of the direct and indirect impact the businesses have on the surrounding ecosystem.
Tokyo Tatemono Group has formulated the Group Environmental Policy to contribute in building a sustainable society through business activities that consider the environment. We have raised creation of a pleasant city and living with greenery as one part of our Group Environmental Policy for biodiversity and will create a rich and comfortable environment for earth and people by utilizing the strength of greenery as much as possible with consideration to biodiversity.
Therefore, when creating green spaces at properties developed by Tokyo Tatemono Group, we consider the distribution of vegetation and other life native to the region and select the appropriate plant species.
These initiatives use third-party certification systems such as SEGES and ABINC and are highly evaluated from a fair, third-party perspective.

●Examples of Third-party Certification for Biodiversity

SEGES Building Green/Urban Oasis/ABINC Certification

SEGES Building Green/Urban Oasis/ABINC Certification

Creating New Greenery in Cities

Artificial greenery is required more than preserving natural greenery when designing a certain scale of greenery in office districts that generally have little greenery. The area surrounding Tokyo Station is an office district that bustles with gigantic buildings, but the imperial palace and ocean are close by with many birds and insects migrating to live.
Approximately 3,600 ㎡ of Otemachi Forest was created in Otemachi Tower, which makes up roughly one-third of the entire property. We reproduced a richly diverse forest in Otemachi by gathering natural trees from mountains in the Kanto region based on the concept of a real forest. We also created the Kyobashi Hill as approximately 3,000 ㎡ greenery dynamically linked from the first floor basement to the fifth floor of Tokyo Square Garden. The greenery at Otemachi Tower and Tokyo Square Garden has been recognized by the Social and Environmental Green Evaluation System (SEGES) third party certification entity that evaluates greenery as space visitors can relax.

Preservation of Original Landscapes in Regions

The preservation of green spaces native to regions is desirable from the perspective of conserving biodiversity.
This is able to preserve species of microorganism and plants living in the soil and topography is thought to also have a relationship with conserving the surrounding environment.
Myrica City is a large-scale development project boasting a size of 13 ha born from the hope of co-existing with nature thriving in Senrioka, Settsu City, Osaka. Approximately 40% of the grounds, or roughly 5.1 ha, are green spaces, such as greenery for preservation and the provision of a park. We took full advantage of the cherry tree lined landscape and ponds in Senrioka as well as the existing trees, such as the myrica trees where Myrica got its name, while considering the harmony with the surrounding ecosystem.
Brillia Okayama Park Front, which is under development in the Itabashi ward of Tokyo, also neighbors Itabashi Park.
We are aiming to have charm and passion in daily life by providing green spaces on the premises that connects to the rich greenery of the park.

Brillia Oyama Park Front (Conceptual Drawing)

Brillia Oyama Park Front (Conceptual Drawing)