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Sapporo develops former plant site.

As part of an ongoing expansion strategy, Sapporo Breweries, Ltd., announced it is working to redevelop the site of the company's former brewery in central Tokyo. The complex, scheduled to open late in 1994, will house Sapporo's new corporate headquarters.

Sapporo consolidated its brewery operations when it opened its Chiba production facility in the outskirts of Tokyo in 1988.

The 893,000-square-foot site will be transformed into a residential and business complex called Yebisu Garden Place. The project will house 1,020 housing units, a 40-story office tower, a 450-room hotel, restaurant, theaters, and a shopping promenade in addition to the corporate headquarters.
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Title Annotation:Sapporo Breweries Ltd.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Feb 24, 1992
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