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Sustainability Initiatives

Acquisition of External Assessments/Certifications

Status of Acquisition of Environmental Certification for Individual Properties

As of October 31, 2020

Number of Properties that Acquired Certification Percentage of Certified Properties
(based on number of properties)
Acquired Area
(total floor area)
Percentage of Certified Properties
(total floor area)
Certification for CASBEE for Real Estate 17 29.3% 188,280.66㎡ 47.7%
DBJ Green Building Certification 3 5.2% 13,905.98㎡ 3.5%
BELS 1 1.7% 6,868.83㎡ 1.7%
Low-Carbon Model Building 3 5.2% 26,048.89㎡ 6.6%

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 investment. 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, REITs and funds as a whole, instead of solely investigating individual real estate properties.

> More on GRESB (external link)

■ Assessment Results

PIC has been selected as a “Sector Leader”, which is awarded for participants who achieved the highest GRESB Overall Score (and those who are within 1.0 point from the top performer) for Diversified - Office/Residential sector in Asia. PIC has also received “4 Stars” in GRESB Rating, which is based on GRESB Overall Score and its quintile position relative to global participants. Moreover, PIC won a “Green Star” designation for the 4th consecutive year, indicating the participant had been highly evaluated in both aspects of “Management Component” and “Performance Component” with regards to activities for environmental consideration and sustainability.
Going forward, PIC and Premier REIT Advisors Co., Ltd., the asset management company for PIC, will continue our endeavors on promoting ESG awareness in all aspects of real estate investment and management operations, based on the Sustainability Policy.

Related Information

Certification for CASBEE for Real Estate

Comprehensive Assessment System for Built Environment Efficiency (CASBEE) is a method for evaluating and rating the environmental performance of buildings and the built environment that was developed under the initiative of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. The system is a comprehensive assessment of the quality of a building, evaluating features such as interior comfort and scenic aesthetics, in consideration of environment practices that include using materials and equipment that save energy or achieve smaller environmental loads. The CASBEE assessment is ranked in five grades: Superior (S), Very Good (A), Good (B+), Slightly Poor (B-) and Poor (C).

> More on CASBEE (external link)

■ Certified Properties

As of October 31, 2020

Type Area Property Name Assessment Date Certified
Office 5 Central Wards of Tokyo Landic Shimbashi Building A Oct. 31 2016
Office 5 Central Wards of Tokyo Landic Shimbashi 2 Building A Oct. 31 2016
Office 5 Central Wards of Tokyo Takadanobaba Center Building A Jul. 31 2020
Office 5 Central Wards of Tokyo Urbannet Azabu Building A Mar. 16 2016
Office 5 Central Wards of Tokyo Granpark S Jun. 30 2020
Office 5 Central Wards of Tokyo Urbannet Kojimachi Building A Mar. 27 2017
Office Other 18 Wards of Tokyo Premier Toyocho Building A Jul. 31 2020
Office Other 18 Wards of Tokyo Ueno TH Building A Aug. 23 2017
Office Other 18 Wards of Tokyo Gotanda NT Building A Mar. 27 2018
Office Other 18 Wards of Tokyo Urbannet Ikebukuro Building A Mar. 27 2017
Office Other 18 Wards of Tokyo Urbannet Omori Building S Mar. 27 2017
Office Other 18 Wards of Tokyo Sphere Tower Tennozu S May 29 2020
Office Urban Areas Surrounding Tokyo Premier Yokohama Nishiguchi Building A Mar. 16 2016
Office Major Regional Cities NTT CRED Okayama Building S Mar. 27 2018
Office Major Regional Cities Urbannet Shizuoka Ote-machi Building S Jan. 30 2019
Office Major Regional Cities Urbannet Shizuoka Building A Jan. 30 2019
Office Major Regional Cities Urban Ace Higobashi Building S Sep. 30 2019

DBJ Green Building Certification

DBJ Green Building Certification Program was launched by Development Bank of Japan Inc. (DBJ) in April 2011 for the purpose of supporting the properties which give proper care to environment and society (Green Building).
The program evaluates, certifies and supports properties which are required by society and economy. It makes comprehensive assessment of properties, while evaluating various factors which range from properties’ environmental features to their communication with stakeholders, such as disaster prevention and proper care for surrounding communities.

> More on DBJ Green Building (external link)

■ Certified Properties

As of October 31, 2020

Type Area Property Name Assessment Date Certified
Residential 5 Central Wards
of Tokyo
Roppongi Green Terrace ★★★☆☆ Sep. 6 2019
Residential 5 Central Wards
of Tokyo
Premier Rosso ★★★☆☆ Sep. 6 2019
Residential 5 Central Wards
of Tokyo
Premier Blanc Yoyogikouen ★★★☆☆ Mar. 30 2018

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).

>More on BELS (Japanese only) (external link)

■ Certified Properties

As of October 31, 2020

Type Area Property Name Assessment Date Certified
Office Other 18 Wards
of Tokyo
Ueno Tosei Building ★★★☆☆ Feb. 27 2015

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.

> More on Low-Carbon Model Building (Japanese only) (external link)

■ Certified Properties

As of October 31, 2020

Type Area Property Name Assessment Date Certified
Office 5 Central Wards
of Tokyo
Premier Dogenzaka Building A1- Mar. 20 2014
Office 5 Central Wards
of Tokyo
Rokubancho Building A4 Mar. 20 2014
Office 5 Central Wards
of Tokyo
Urbannet Mita Building A2 Oct. 14 2014

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