The southern half of central Tokyo is teaming with development projects aimed at reviving a city long criticized for its lack of space and greenery.

As high-rise office buildings and apartments spring up in a transformation of old commercial areas, the massive Shiodome development east of JR Shinbashi Station is seen to be pulling ahead amid concerns over a possible glut of new projects.

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