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Shiodome City Center
A stellar effort at urban renewal, the Shiodome City Center helps finish the southern end of the Ginza corridor with a huge complex that serves as a demarkation point between the two neighborhoods. The skyscraper is mostly offices, but like many Tokyo towers upper and lower levels are reserved for shops and eateries.
> There are four levels underground.
> This building has 1,140,920 square feet of rentable space.
> Floors B2 through F2 are retail and restaurants.
> Floors F3 through F40 are offices.
> Floors F41 through F42 are restaurants.
> April 10, 2003 - Grand opening of the building.
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