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Sustainability Initiatives

GRESB(Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark)

The Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) is an assessment system for measuring annually the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) awareness of real estate. It was developed in 2009 by major European pension funds and others.

Characteristically, the GRESB Real Estate Assessment evaluates the initiatives on sustainability of real estate companies, REIT and funds as a whole, instead of solely investigating individual real estate properties.

For details of the GRESB, please refer to this website.

Assessment results

In the 2016 GRESB Real Estate Assessment, PIC was selected as "Sector Leader" (the first rank) in the diversified sector (Office/Residential) in the Asia region.

PIC was also granted “2 Stars” in the GRESB Rating (five-level rating with the highest being “5 Stars”), which represents relative assessment based on the overall GRESB scores.

[Factors of acknowledgement]
PIC analyzes that the following initiatives we took were acknowledged in the Assessment.

・Establishment of a system to promote sustainability, including setting up of the Sustainability Promotion
 Committee.
・Visualization of the environmental performance of our properties by proactively working to obtain
 green building certifications including CASBEE Certifications.
・Endeavors to build and enhance relations with our stakeholders including tenants and suppliers.
・Efforts on information disclosure regarding sustainability, including renewal of our website.

GRESB

Related press releases

”Notice Concerning GRESB Real Estate Assessment Results” dated September 21, 2017 PDF (111KB)

CASBEE
(Comprehensive Assessment System for Built Environment Efficiency)

CASBEE is a system to evaluate a building's comprehensive environmental performance, including energy saving and other environmental awareness as well as indoor comfort and aesthetic appeal. The system was developed primarily by the Institute for Building Environment and Energy Conservation under the initiative of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

(Example of Initiatives)







Property Name Ougaku Building Assessment
Location 2-19 Kandasakumacho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo Rank A
Total Floor Space 2,776.30m2
Structure of Building Steel-framed reinforced concrete structure with a flat-topped roof, 8 stories and 1 basement floor
Construction Complete March 1988









Property Name Ueno TH Building Assessment
Location 3-39-10 Yushima, Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo Rank A
Total Floor Space 4,799.97m2
Structure of Building Steel-framed reinforced concrete structure with a flat-topped roof, 8 stories
Construction Complete December 1985




Property Name Urbannet Omori Building Assessment
Location 2-1-1 Omori Kita, Ota Ward, Tokyo Rank S
Total Floor Space 11,937.25m2
Structure of Building Steel-framed structure with a flat-top roof; 10 stories
Construction Complete July 1992









































BELS
(Building Energy-efficiency Labeling System)

BELS is a system for third parties to evaluate and indicate energy conservation performance of non-residential buildings, based on the Evaluation Guidelines for the Building Energy-efficiency Labeling System for Non-Residential Buildings (2013).

(Example of Initiatives)


















Property Name Ueno Tosei Building Assessment
Location 4-27-3 Higashi-Ueno, Taito Ward, Tokyo ★★★☆☆
Total Floor Space 6,868.83m2
Structure of Building Steel-flamed with a flat-topped roof, 10 stories
Construction Complete May 2007











































Low-Carbon Model Building
Low-Carbon Small and Medium-Sized Model Building Certified by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government

The "Low-Carbon Small and Medium-Sized Model Building" is an assessment index for low-carbon buildings (low-carbon building benchmark) announced by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government in May 2012, with an aim to create the real estate market in which low-carbon buildings featuring low CO2 emission are valued.

(Examples of Initiatives)






Property Name Rokubancho Building Assessment
Location 6-28 Rokubancho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo A4
Total Floor Space 9,339.42m2
Structure of Building Steel-framed, steel-framed reinforced concrete structure with a flat-topped roof, 7 stories and 1 basement floor
Construction Complete April 1987



Property Name Urbannet Mita Building Assessment
Location 3-10-1 Mita, Minato Ward, Tokyo A2
Total Floor Space 13,987.76m2
Structure of Building Steel-flamed, reinforced concrete structure with a flat-topped roof, 8 stories and 1 basement floor
Construction Complete September 1987




















































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