NEC Supertower

The NEC Super Tower (NECスーパータワー, NEC Sūpātawā), often known as "NEC Supertower, SuperTower or simply Supertower", headquarters of NEC Corporation, is a 180-metre (590 foot) tall skyscraper in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It was completed in 1990 and was designed by Nikken Sekkei. Its primary use is as a commercial office space. Forty-three stories high and five underground, it was constructed at a cost of some 60 billion yen, according to Nikkei Business, January 5, 2007 edition.

NEC Super Tower
Main NEC Building.jpg
General information
LocationMinato, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates35°38′58″N 139°44′53″E / 35.64944°N 139.74806°E / 35.64944; 139.74806Coordinates: 35°38′58″N 139°44′53″E / 35.64944°N 139.74806°E / 35.64944; 139.74806
Construction started1986
OwnerNEC (1990-2000)
TOP REIT (2000-2016)
Nomura Real Estate Master Fund (2016-)
Roof180 m (590 ft)
Technical details
Floor count47

External linksEdit

  • Detail :: Portfolio Map :: PORTFOLIO :: TOP REIT, Inc., owner's website.
  • "NEC Supertower". SkyscraperPage.