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Aiming to be a corporate group that generates happiness amongst urban residents and widely contributes to society

Corporate activities are starting to have a greater impact on stakeholders more than ever before. The Sankei Building group is keenly aware of its social responsibilities and corporate role of ensuring that sustainable development can be achieved. The group aims to impartially fulfill this role with all stakeholders.

Introducing an example of a real-estate development implemented with the corporate philosophy "Environmental Coexistence"

"S-GATE" mid-sized office buildings

S-GATE office buildings are mid-sized office buildings that are replete with 3 essential elements. S-GATE properties are: 1. Thoughtfully human-centric and comfort; 2. Focus on safety, security & the environment; 3. BCP support enabled. Rooftops incorporate greenery, terrace spaces are provided and also, the entrances even employ greenery as an open and bright approach.

Efforts to preserve traditional "Machiya"
Kyoto-style wooden townhouses

In Kyoto, the preservation of traditional "Machiya" architecture has become a local challenge. In relation to this, we here at Sankei Building use our strengths as a developer to preserve/revive "Machiya" as accommodation to provide guests with the experience of staying while contributing to preserving the streetscapes that make Kyoto so very special and unique.

Environmental activities conducted
by the whole city area

Otemachi, where the Sankei Building head office is located, is one of the first areas to implement “Area Management” and a guideline which is the basis for creating the local area. The purpose is to create an area where people can feel safe to gather with the cooperation from local companies and organizations. From among such activities, the “mizu-uchi” (water sprinkling) activity, which reduces the “heat island” phenomenon due the effects of global warming, has been actively implemented from an early stage.

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