Properties Owned By Mori Building Including Loop Road No. 2 Project : News Photo

Properties Owned By Mori Building Including Loop Road No. 2 Project

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A member of a television crew reports in front of brake dampers, shock absorbers for seismic vibration control, at the construction site for Mori Building Co.'s Toranomon Hills development in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, March 1, 2013. Mori Building Co., Japan's biggest closely held developer, said it plans to attract global companies to its new building set to open in 2014, its biggest project since Roppongi Hills opened a decade ago. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A member of a television crew reports in front of brake dampers, shock absorbers for seismic vibration control, at the construction site for Mori Building Co.'s Toranomon Hills development in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, March 1, 2013. Mori Building Co., Japan's biggest closely held developer, said it plans to attract global companies to its new building set to open in 2014, its biggest project since Roppongi Hills opened a decade ago. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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March 01, 2013
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