External Assessment

Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark(GRESB)

GRESB Rating 2018 5 Star
GRESB Rating 2019 4 Star
GRESB Rating 2020 4 Star

JEI received “Green Star,” in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) Real Estate Assessment, conducted in 2020, for six consecutive years.

Also received the highest rating of “5-Star” in “GRESB Rating,” a five-grade evaluation system based on comprehensive scores.

“Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) ” is a benchmark established by European pension fund groups to measure real estate companies and management institutions’ consideration to sustainability and is used in cases such as when major European and Asian institutional investors select investment targets. “Green Star” is given when a high evaluation with a score exceeding 50% is made in the two evaluation axis (“Management Policy” and “Implementation & Measurement). “GRESB Rating” is a rating of the overall score according to the global ranking and “5 Star” is given to the top 20% of the participants.

The MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index

The MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index is an index to represent companies with high Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) performance selected based on the data from the MSCI Japan IMI Top 700 Index. The index has been selected by the Government Pension Investment Fund (“GPIF”) as one of their ESG indices for their passive investment strategy. MSCI reviewed the Index based on the MSCI ESG rating and market capitalization at May 2021 and JEI was included among the real estate sector of the index during their latest review. JEI sees inclusion in the index as having favorable effects to increase the liquidity of our investment units and further broaden our investor universe.

MSCIジャパンESGセレクト・リーダーズ指数

(Note) The inclusion of JEI in any MSCI Index, and the use of MSCI logos, trademarks, service marks or index names herein, do not constitute a sponsorship, endorsement or promotion of JEI by MSCI or any of its affiliates. The MSCI indexes are the exclusive property of MSCI. MSCI and the MSCI index names and logos are trademarks or service marks of MSCI or its affiliates.

Green certified Percentages

As of March 31, 2021

Number of
properties
Green certified buildings as % of total Leasable Floor
Spaces(m²)
Green certified space as % of total
DBJ Green Building 21 61.8% 275,447.66 84.0%
CASBEE for Real Estate 1 2.9% 8,949.04 2.7%
An Office Taking Excellent Specific
Global Warming Countermeasures
1 2.9% 11,021.03 3.4%
Building-Housing Energy-efficiency
Labeling System (BELS) evaluation
1 2.9% 40,440.72 12.3%
Certificated Properties 21 61.8% 275,447.66 84.0%
  • Properties which are conferred a couple of certifications are deducted from the figure of the certificated properties.
  • The coverage rates are percentages of each number of properties / leasable floor spaces to the total number of properties(34) / leasable floor spaces of properties(327,953.11m²) owned by JEI(excluding the property consisting of only land).
  • For co-owned properties, the leasable floor spaces are calculated in the effective co-ownership interest ratio of JEI.

DBJ Green Building Certification

The DBJ Green Building Certification System is designed to promote real estate properties that demonstrate environmentally friendly building features, security measures, disaster prevention measures and take into account societal demands from various stakeholders surrounding the properties. Properties with excellence that meet the demands of the times are selected based on a scoring mode independently developed by Development Bank of Japan Inc.

JEI acquired the certification for the following property.

AKASAKA INTERCITY AIR

DBJGB 2018 score 5

Properties with the best class environmental & social awareness

AKASAKA INTERCITY AIR

Assessment points

  1. Taking excellent energy-saving/resource-saving measures, such as sunlight shielding with vertical louvers, wind-catching natural ventilation, air-conditioning system using middle-temperature cooling water, reuse of rainwater/waste water and use of exhaust heat from solar power generation and cogeneration system.
  2. Being equipped with many facilities to support office workers, visitors to the district and local residents, such as an office lounge, conference hall, childcare facility, clinic and large-scale green space on top of offering office environment with latest specifications.
  3. Implementing excellent BCP measures, such as incorporating a system capable of supplying power up to 200 hours through an emergency generator adopting a dual-fuel system using medium-pressure gas and heavy oil, as well as a sturdy anti-seismic construction method.

AKASAKA INTERCITY

DBJGB 2017 score 5

Properties with the best class environmental & social awareness

AKASAKA INTERCITY

Assessment points

  1. In addition to the building’s innate disaster resistance with the introduction of an emergency power generation facility and establishment of a system to accept people having difficulty returning home, it even functions as an evacuation shelter for the area.
  2. Taking initiatives to enhance the value of the surrounding environment.
  3. Taking proactive initiatives for sharing common awareness among stakeholders on saving energy such as through visualizing energy consumption to tenants and implementation of enlightenment activities.

Mansard Daikanyama

DBJGB 2018 score 4

Properties with exceptionally high environmental & social awareness

Mansard Daikanyama

Assessment points

  1. Promoting energy saving by proactively incorporating Low-E double glass, automatic faucets and motion sensors.
  2. Consideration given to resource saving through installation of separate garbage bins for sorted garbage in the common area, recycling paper, etc. and managing waste amounts through installation of a garbage meter.
  3. Excellent disaster prevention performance of the building having sufficient office building specifications as well as having an emergency generator installed in the common area, emergency kit cabinet installed in elevators, water tank installed for disaster situations, etc.

HAMARIKYU INTERCITY

Office portion
DBJGB 2018 score 4

Properties with exceptionally high environmental & social awareness

Residential portion
DBJGB 2018 score 5

Properties with the best environmental & social awareness

HAMARIKYU INTERCITY

Assessment points

Office portion
  1. Consideration given to the environment through adoption of equipment with high energy-saving performance such as LED lighting, Low-E glass and lighting with motion sensors.
  2. Excellent disaster prevention performance of the building with an earthquake damage assessment system, emergency generator capable of continuous operation in the event of disasters, backup power supply installation space for tenants, water tank installed for disaster situations, damping brace, etc.
  3. High-performance security such as a non-stop interlocking system for the elevator and access control using IC card readers.
Residential portion:SKY HOUSE HAMARIKYU
  1. Consideration given to security and safety of residents through installation of a double-key door with a dimple key as well as an automatically locking door at the entrance, an intercom with a monitor and incorporation of around-the-clock security system.
  2. Providing residents a full range of services such as a storage space, fitness room, lounge which can be privately rented and operation by concierge.
  3. Providing a full range of facilities that contribute to the comfort and convenience of residents, including a temporary garbage storage space on each floor in addition to high specifications for dwelling units such as a floor heating system and storage locker at the entrance.

Omori Bellport D

DBJGB 2018 score 3

Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness

Omori Bellport D

Assessment points

  1. In addition to the high level of energy efficiency consciousness as evident by the installation of BEMS (Note), promotion of the switch to LED lighting in common areas, etc., taking initiatives that contribute to local community building by holding various events, centering on the Atrium.

Musashikosugi Tower Place

DBJGB 2020 score 3

Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness

Musashikosugi Tower Place

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to conservation of energy and resources through switching to LED lighting in common areas, incorporation of water-saving faucets, reuse of kitchen waste water and drain water, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the convenience of users through placing a lounge in common areas on typical floors, housing convenient facilities in the retail zone on the lower floors, etc.
  3. Consideration given to the disaster prevention performance of the facility through installation of a heliport, conducting 24-hour manned security, preparation of flyers on disaster prevention and sharing of the information with tenants, etc.

Nisseki Yokohama Building

DBJGB 2020 score 3

Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness

Nisseki Yokohama Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to energy conservation through incorporation of double glass, switching to LED lighting in common areas, use of renewable energy, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the convenience of users through installation of “refresh corners” on each floor, installation of small storage boxes in female restrooms, housing convenient facilities on the lower floors, etc.
  3. Enhancing disaster prevention performance of the facility through incorporation of the anti-seismic construction method, installation of a heliport, having three power lines connected to the building, etc.

Kowa Kawasaki Nishiguchi Building

DBJGB 2020 score 3

Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness

Kowa Kawasaki Nishiguchi Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to energy conservation through incorporation of total heat exchangers, CO2 control by letting in fresh air, sunlight shielding effect of exterior wall carving, etc.
  2. Enhancing disaster prevention performance of the facility through having two power lines connected to the building, installation of water stop and preparation of box walls as requested by tenants, etc.
  3. Consideration given to the comfort of users through greening of the lower floors of the building, large-scale greening of external sections, development of walking space, etc.

NHK Nagoya Housou-Center Building

DBJGB 2020 score 3

Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness

NHK Nagoya Housou-Center Building

Assessment points

  1. Promoting conservation of energy and resources through installation of total heat exchangers, CO2 control by letting in fresh air, introduction of ice thermal storage and water thermal storage systems, installation of water-saving faucets and water-saving toilets, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the convenience and comfort of users through installation of a rooftop garden, meeting rooms exclusively for tenants, space for applying makeup in female restrooms, bicycle parking, etc.
  3. Consideration given to the disaster prevention performance and security of the facility through having three power lines connected to the building, installation of a heliport, conducting 24-hour manned security, etc.

Bizcore Akasaka-mitsuke

DBJGB 2019 score 3

Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness

Bizcore Akasaka-mitsuke

Assessment points

  1. Promoting conservation of energy and resources through installation of total heat exchangers, low-E double glass, luminance sensor, motion sensors, in addition to using water-saving toilets with water-saving faucets, reusing the basement frame of the previous building, and installing a rooftop wood deck made from recycled materials, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the convenience and comfort of users through installation of a rooftop garden, securing charging stations for electric vehicles, and configuring an entrance/exit that is directly connected to the subway, etc.
  3. Excellent disaster prevention considerations have been made for users through securing proof-stress of 1.25-times the new seismic standard, installing emergency power generators capable of supplying 15 VA/m2 of electricity for 36 hours to exclusive areas, and securing three days’ worth of stockpiles for tenants, etc.

SE Sapporo Building

DBJGB 2019 score 3

Properties with excellent environmental & social awareness

SE Sapporo Building

Assessment points

  1. Promoting conservation of energy and resources at the building through installation of total heat exchangers, switching to LED lighting in common areas, concluding green lease contracts, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the comfort of users through installation of a “refresh corner” which can be used by all employees throughout the building and rentable conference rooms exclusively for tenant use, conducting of tenant satisfaction surveys, etc.
  3. Consideration given to business continuity for tenants throughout the building by installing an emergency power generator for tenants, and in addition to the emergency generator for common areas, three power lines can be connected to the building, etc.

Shiba 2-Chome Building

DBJGB 2018 score 21

Properties with high environmental & social awareness

Shiba 2-Chome Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to environment through introduction of facilities with high energy-saving performance such as LED lighting in common areas and lighting with a motion sensor.
  2. Promoting energy saving and resource saving through separation of garbage, collection of items for recycling, etc.

Daiba Garden City Building

DBJGB 2019 score 2

Properties with high environmental & social awareness

Daiba Garden City Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration for conservation of energy and resources through conducting of pre-filter cleaning and differential pressure measurement for air conditioners, using low-E glass, and installing water-saving faucets in lavatories and hot water supply rooms, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the convenience and comfort of users through installation of “refresh corners” on each floor and installing universal design elevators and lavatories, etc.
  3. Consideration given to ensure user safety and disaster prevention by conducting 24-hour manned security, securing rooftop space to install generators for tenant-use, etc.

Kowa Kawasaki Higashiguchi Building

DBJGB 2017 score 3

Properties with high environmental & social awareness

Kowa Kawasaki Higashiguchi Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to energy conservation through incorporation of total heat exchangers, CO2 control by letting in fresh air, introduction of motion sensors in common areas, etc.
  2. Consideration given to conservation of resources through incorporation of water-saving faucets, installation of water-saving toilets, use of facilities that are over 30 years old, etc.
  3. Consideration given to the disaster prevention performance of the facility through having two power lines connected to the building, securing space for additional emergency power generators for tenants, conducting 24-hour manned security, etc.

Kawasaki Nisshincho Building

DBJGB 2019 score 2

Properties with high environmental & social awareness

Kawasaki Nisshincho Building

Assessment points

  1. Promoting conservation of energy and resources at the building through installation of total heat exchangers, switching to LED lighting in common areas, concluding green lease contracts, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the comfort and diversity of users by installing a “refresh corner” which can be used by all employees throughout the building, installing universal design elevators and lavatories, and conducting tenant satisfaction surveys, etc.
  3. Consideration given to business continuity for tenants through the building’s disaster prevention functions which include emergency generators for common areas as well as two power lines that can be connected to the building.

JEI Kyobashi Building

DBJGB 2019 score 2

Properties with high environmental & social awareness

JEI Kyobashi Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration for conservation of energy and resources through installation of total heat exchangers, LED lighting in common areas, and automatic water faucets, in addition to green lease contracts, etc.
  2. High convenience and comfort for users with traffic convenience and a replete proximate environment

JEI Hamamatsucho Building

DBJGB 2019 score 1

Properties with sufficient environmental & social awareness

JEI Hamamatsucho Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration for conservation of energy and resources through water-saving through automatic faucets, and introducing fresh air by installing total heat exchangers, etc.
  2. Taking proactive initiatives to improve awareness for conservation of energy among building users by concluding green lease contracts, making conservation of energy mandatory for tenants.

Kowa Nishi-Shimbashi Building

DBJGB 2020 score 1

Properties with sufficient environmental & social awareness

Kowa Nishi-Shimbashi Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to conservation of energy and resources through introduction of total heat exchangers, installation of motion sensors in common areas, switching to LED lighting in common areas, incorporation of water-saving faucets, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the comfort of users through developing walking space and placing benches while greening the public open space in the external section.

Core City Tachikawa

DBJGB 2019 score 1

Properties with sufficient environmental & social awareness

Core City Tachikawa

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to business continuity for tenants throughout the building by installing an emergency power generator for tenants, and in addition to the emergency generator for common areas, two power lines can be connected to the building, etc.
  2. Consideration given to the comfort and diversity of users by conducting tenant satisfaction surveys and installing universal design elevators and lavatories, etc.

Hiroshima Dai-ichi Seimei OS Building

DBJGB 2020 score 1

Properties with sufficient environmental & social awareness

Hiroshima Dai-ichi Seimei OS Building

Assessment points

  1. Consideration given to energy conservation through CO2 control by letting in fresh air, switching to LED lighting in common areas, etc.
  2. Consideration given to conservation of resources through installation of water-saving faucets and water-saving toilets, use of facilities that are over 30 years old, etc.
  • It stands for Building Energy Management System. It is a system of order to reduce the energy consumption by the operation control of the equipment and facilities of the building.

CASBEE Real Estate Certification System

CASBEE is a system established under the leadership of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to appropriately identify and evaluate properties with high environmental value that have high environmental performance and are well managed.

JEI acquired the certification for the following property.

CASBEE

Class A

Kowa Nishi-Shimbashi Building

Kowa Nishi-Shimbashi Building

An Office Taking Excellent Specific Global Warming Countermeasures

Consideration given to conservation of energy and resources through introduction of total heat exchangers, installation of motion sensors in common areas, switching to LED lighting in common areas, incorporation of water-saving faucets, etc.

Consideration given to the comfort of users through developing walking space and placing benches while greening the public open space in the external section.

AKASAKA INTERCITY

AKASAKA INTERCITY

Assessment points

  1. Status of introduction of systems to promote CO2 reduction.
    • Introducing systems involving tenants and management companies to promote CO2 reduction.
  2. Performance of buildings and equipment (energy-saving performance, etc.).
    • Incorporating terracotta sunshade louvers and high-heat shielding glass (Low-E glass).
    • Introduction of highly-efficient lighting and automatic dimming control system with a light sensor.
    • Introduction of cooling system using outdoor air that is interlocked with the air-conditioning system and introduction of natural ventilation system.
    • Introduction of natural gas cogeneration system linked with a district heating and cooling facility.
  3. Operation/management of equipment (heat source/heat delivery equipment).
    • Energy management utilizing Building Energy Management System (BEMS).

Building-Housing Energy-efficiency Labeling System (BELS) evaluation

Building-Housing Energy-efficiency Labeling System (BELS) is a system that was started for the purpose of accurately evaluating and labelling energy conservation functions of non-residential buildings, in response to the establishment of the Assessment Guideline of Indication of Energy Saving Capabilities of Non-residential Buildings (2013) in October 2013 by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. The evaluations are conducted by a third-party organization based on the guidelines, and certifications are based on a five-scale system of one to five stars (★ to ★★★★★).

JEI acquired the certification for the following property.

★★

Nisseki Yokohama Building

Nisseki Yokohama Building