The Court JinguGaien is a 23 stories high ultra-luxury condominium and the only freehold residence to be built inside the new Japan National Stadium.
Minutes from Omotesando, Roppongi and Aoyama, the property will be surrounded by amazing new facilities including the national stadium park, new commercial buildings (including a Japanese government ministry), and a wealth of amenities.
Japan`s first-ever luxury branded residence, with penthouses designed by Pininfarina, the Italian automobile designer connected with Ferrari.
The only freehold residence to be located within the new 2020 Olympics park.
Joint project involving Nikken, the biggest and most renowned Japanese architect firm, and two of the biggest real-estate developers in the country.
Ultra-luxurious but attractively priced.
The development of the Japan national Stadium complex will transform central Tokyo, as major government offices and businesses relocate and bring with a wealth of amenities.
From here, it is a short walk to the trendy Omotesando, boutique Aoyama and Gain-mae neighborhoods – as well the business and entertainment of Roppongi.
The Court JinguGaien is surrounded by parks and greenery despite being in central Tokyo, a true rarity. Furthermore, the greenery extends to the inside as well with an indoor garden and terrace.
Facilities include a pool, sauna, spa, multiple lounges, porter and concierge service, a party room, calming garden, guest rooms and more.
Penthouses have been designed by Pininfarina, the Italian automobile designer of Ferrari fame, making this the first luxury branded property in Japan.
The use of wide and tall windows, high ceilings, bright colors, contrasting shapes and illuminations bring out energy and a feeling of life.
Designer homes, built to an incredible level and with a range of personal well-being features to enhance a resident`s daily life in prime central Tokyo.
A very high-level of luxury, yet properties are affordably priced, especially when compared with the local area – the heart of prime central Tokyo.
The only freehold residential building coming to the Japan National Stadium Development, with access to Omotesando, Aoyama, Gaien-mae and Roppongi.