Grandberry Lifestyle Center is a new mixed-use center in Tokyo’s Machida section. Located on the city’s Tokyu Denen-tonshi train line, the design accommodates both a commercial and activity hub as well as a social destination for visitors and nearby residents. Upon arrival, tiered gardens and waterfall meet visitors who then ascend a grand stair to a multi-level shopping scene with a grocery market, retail and cinema. Open plazas provide spaces for socializing, leisure and entertainment. A new park entrance transforms the natural slope into a dramatic stair, with the ground rising to create a green roof for a restaurant at the park’s entrance. The main promenade is lined with cherry blossom trees, and the park-like environment will encourage a range of uses. In addition to retail, other program elements include a café, library, official Snoopy Museum, multiple children’s playgrounds, forest garden, sports fields and a great lawn for events.
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Master Plan, Architectural Design and Landscape Design
Opened November 2019