The Sony Building, designed by Japanese architect Yoshinobu Ashihara and opened in 1966 in Tokyo's Ginza ward (Chūō-ku), is a superb example of early Japanese towers, and is located in the prominent position on Harumi Dori, Ginza: where the first towers were built in Tokyo.
The building is also a fine example of Postmodern architecture, and is externally still in fine condition, with major renovations having taken part internally.
The original mural still lines the facade.
The Sony Building Chosen As Corporate Facility Of The Year; Grubb & Ellis-Managed Property Receives BOMA Award
May 07, 2008; Grubb & Ellis Company issued the following news release: Grubb & Ellis Company (NYSE: GBE), a leading real estate services and...