Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.
“(Tentative name) Minami-Funabashi Ekimae Commercial Facility Project” construction started, scheduled to open in winter 2023
-Birth of a lifestyle commercial facility that will serve as a gateway to the Minami-Funabashi area, creating a lively atmosphere-
Points of this release
・Construction of the lifestyle-type commercial facility “(Tentative name) Minami-Funabashi Station Commercial Facility Project” started in front of JR Minami-Funabashi Station. Scheduled to open in winter 2023.
・Proximity to “Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport TOKYO-BAY” and “LaLa arena TOKYO-BAY” currently under construction contributes to enhancing the attractiveness of the entire Minami-Funabashi area.
・ Consists of about 40 stores such as supermarkets that contribute to the improvement of living convenience. It also has a plaza space of approximately 5,000 square meters.
Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. (located in Chuo-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Masanobu Komoda) announces that it has begun construction of a lifestyle-type commercial facility called the Minami-Funabashi Station Front Commercial Facility Project (tentative name) in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture. I will. The opening is scheduled for the winter of 2023.
For this project, our company was selected in the public offering for the “JR Minami-Funabashi Station South Exit Municipal Land Utilization Project” implemented by Funabashi City. By utilizing the high potential of the land owned by the city in front of the station and promoting development through public-private partnerships, we will create an attractive town that includes the formation of a suitable base as a gateway to the coastal area, while also creating bustle and improving accessibility. We aim to
The project site is in a highly convenient location in front of Minami-Funabashi Station on the JR Keiyo and Musashino Lines, with access to two stations and three lines on the JR Keiyo Line, Musashino Line, and Keisei Electric Railway (Funabashi Keibajo Station). It is also close to Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport TOKYO-BAY, which is managed and operated by the Mitsui Fudosan Group, and LaLa arena TOKYO-BAY, which is currently under construction. , we will enhance the appeal of the entire area.
With approximately 5,000 square meters of large-scale plaza space that serves as a place for local residents to relax on a daily basis, and approximately 40 stores that cater to daily needs, we will create an attractive commercial environment as a hub for the community and create a lively town. We will contribute. In addition, we will work to realize a sustainable society, such as reducing CO2 emissions through efficient energy operation management.
Appearance image (from the east side)
Main features of our facility
With approximately 40 highly convenient stores such as supermarkets, restaurants, clinic malls, and wellness-related stores, it will be a facility that can be enjoyed by customers of a wide range of generations, mainly local residents and users of Minami-Funabashi Station. In addition, we are taking measures to improve the value of stays, such as setting up various outdoor gathering places with different concepts and various plants.
-Local community function-
An outdoor plaza of approximately 5,000 square meters will be developed on the premises, which will be a place for local residents to relax and a space for holding events in collaboration with the community.
-Facility plans for new lifestyles-
We will actively promote facility plans that respond to new
lifestyles, such as the installation of outdoor plazas and the introduction of contactless systems.
-Contribution to solving ESG issues-
We will work to solve ESG issues such as reducing CO2 emissions through efficient energy operation management and the introduction of energy-saving items.
Appearance image (from the west side)
Appearance image (from the northwest side)
Bird’s-eye view of the plaza (from the east side)
■ Overview of the (provisional name) Minami-Funabashi Station Front Commercial Facility Project
– Location – 2-1-4 Wakamatsu, Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture, etc. -Site area- About 16,740 square meters (about 5,060 tsubo)
-Structural scale- Steel structure, 2 floors above ground
-Total floor area- About 11,200 square meters (about 3,400 tsubo) -Store area- About 8,200 square meters (about 2,500 tsubo)
– Number of stores – Approx. 40 stores
-Number of parking spaces- about 10
-Transportation- In front of Minami-Funabashi Station on the JR Keiyo Line -Schedule- Start of construction: November 2022 Completion and opening: Winter 2023 (planned)
-Design company- Basic design: Tokyu Engineering Consultants Co., Ltd. Detailed design and supervision: Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd.
-Construction company-Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd. -Environmental Design- Nonscale Co., Ltd. E-DESIGN Co., Ltd. [Building layout]
■ Location map
[Wide area map]
[Narrow area diagram]
■ Mitsui Fudosan’s lifestyle park-type commercial facilities (as of November 2022)
■ Contribution to the SDGs of the Mitsui Fudosan Group
The Mitsui Fudosan Group aims to create a society that enriches both people and the earth based on the philosophies of “coexistence and coexistence,” “connection of diverse values,” and “realization of a sustainable society.” We are promoting business with an awareness of (S) and governance (G), that is, ESG management. By further
accelerating the ESG management of the Group, we believe that we can make a significant contribution to the realization of “Society 5.0” advocated by the Japanese government and the achievement of “SDGs.” In addition, in November 2021, we formulated the following group guidelines regarding “realization of a decarbonized society” and “promotion of diversity and inclusion”. Going forward, the Group will continue to work toward resolving social issues through urban development.
・”Formulate a group action plan for the realization of a decarbonized society” https://www.mitsuifudosan.co.jp/corporate/news/2021/1124/
・Formulation of Diversity & Inclusion Promotion Declaration and Action Policy https://www.mitsuifudosan.co.jp/corporate/news/2021/1129_02/ *The initiatives in this release contribute to three goals in the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
Goal 8 Decent work and economic growth
Goal 11 Create a city where people can continue to live
Goal 13 Take concrete action against climate change
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