Through the statutory redevelopment projects and other community development projects conducted in Japan, Kume Sekkei has proposed comprehensive designs and project operation schemes for landscape, environment, disaster prevention, and the preservation of historical legacies, in order to create urban spaces that appeal to members of local communities.
We also boast a rich and extensive track record of coordination in diverse types of community development, involving large-scale complex developments on former factory sites and other properties, sharing, and rebuilding, as well as planning and consulting related to urban policy measures and planning.
With the aspiration of developing communities that reflect the regional properties in fulfilling, pleasant and attractive communities, Kume Sekkei has for many years focused on pursuing community development projects that feature excellent landscapes. We have built an impressive track record through our involvement in numerous such projects. The projects undertaken by Kume Sekkei include the comprehensive and integrated development of former large-scale factory sites located in urban centers, such as Yebisu Garden Place, Bunkyo Green Court and Olinas, and regional development projects such as the New City Higashi Totsuka Development and Akasaka 5-chome TBS Development. In these projects, we have offered comprehensive support from business planning to project execution, and have resolved the many issues that typically arise in these projects. For each regional project, we combine multiple development methods that are geared to the prevailing situations, generate synergies and supplementary effects, coordinate the needs of members of the surrounding communities and government authorities, and organize project schedules, ultimately bringing the project to successful fruition.