Four people were injured when a fire broke out in a 27-story building under construction near JR Shinbashi Station in Tokyo on Jan. 11.

The four men, who are in their teens to 60s, were taken to a hospital after suffering from smoke inhalation. The Tokyo Fire Department evacuated the building and said no one was left inside.

According to the Tokyo Fire Department and the Metropolitan Police Department, about 100 square meters of urethane insulation boards on the roof were burned.

The building, which also has two basement floors, is expected to house offices and a hotel. Work on the structure, which began in July 2017, is scheduled to be completed in July, according to NTT Urban Development, the firm that ordered its construction.