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    Area in Focus Luxury of Brands Ginza transaction prices hover yet rents remain flat

    Ginza is creating an even more bustling atmosphere due to the opening of Ginza Six. However, the demand of luxury brands to open stores seems to be slightly decreasing…

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    • 12.11.2017

      Starts REIT buying, selling seven properties in asset reshuffling

      REIT Starts Proceed will acquire four properties including Proceed Sendai Kamisugi, a rental apartment in Aoba-ku, Sendai City, on December 15. The total acquisition price is approximately 3.28 billion yen [$28 million]. The seller is Chuo-ku based Starts Development. On the other hand, the REIT sold three of its properties in Fukuoka Prefecture on December 8.

    • 12.11.2017

      Es-Con incorporates three properties into private REIT

      Condominium developer Es-Con Japan sold three properties including Garden Mall Minami-Senri, a retail facility in Suita City, Osaka Prefecture, in December 2017. The buyer is Es-Con Japan REIT, which is a private REIT sponsored by Es-Con Japan.

    • 12.11.2017

      Mobile payment company Square moving into Tri-Seven Roppongi

      Square of the U.S. will relocate its Tokyo office to Tri-Seven Roppongi in Roppongi, Minato-ku. The relocation will take place in January 2018. The company will lease approximately 180 tsubos [595 m2] of floor area. The current office has become crowded due to an increase in personnel following expansion of its business in Japan.

    • 12.11.2017

      Hulic to develop retail facility in Akihabara

      Hulic will construct a retail building in Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku. The structure will have ten floors above ground and one below with 1,260 m2 of gross floor area. The property will be an urban mid-sized retail facility of the "Hulic &New" series, and accommodate retail stores and restaurants. Construction will start in January 2018, with completion targeted for April 2019. The company is also going ahead with development plans in Kichijoji, Shinjuku and other locations, aiming to quickly reach ten properties in the Hulic &New series.

    • 12.11.2017

      Vortex acquires Shinkawa, Chuo-ku office building for resale

      Vortex of Chiyoda-ku purchased Kayabacho Grass Gate, an office property in Shinkawa, Chuo-ku in September 2017. The floors of the building were already registered with strata titles and Vortex will sell them to investors. The seller was Sun Frontier Fudousan.

    • 12.08.2017

      Norges Bank to invest over Y130bn in Japan with Tokyu Land

      Norges Bank Real Estate Management (NBREM), which is the real estate investment arm of Norges Bank, announced on December 7 that it will acquire five retail facilities with Tokyu Land. The total acquisition price is 132.5 billion yen [$1.1 billion]. It will be the first time for the sovereign wealth fund with a total AUM of 8.4 trillion krone [$990 billion] to conduct real estate investment in Japan and Asia.

    • 12.08.2017

      Orix JREIT transfers Azabu office building on leased land to Mitsubishi

      Orix JREIT sold Round-Cross Minami Azabu, an office property in Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku. The transaction took place on December 8 and the price was approximately 1.63 billion yen [$14 million]. The buyer was Mitsubishi Jisho Residence of Chiyoda-ku.

    • 12.08.2017

      Sumitomo scraps plan for condo to develop 8,000 m2 office in Roppongi

      Sumitomo Realty & Development started construction of an office building in Roppongi, Minato-ku. Plans call for the new building to have seven floors above ground and two below with 7,910 m2 of gross floor area. The completion of construction is targeted for January 2019. A signboard indicating that an apartment building with 18,640 m2 of gross floor area on 29 floors above ground and three below will be constructed on the land was posted at the site by Sumitomo around the end of 2015.

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  • 3 Sumitomo scraps plan for condo to develop 8,000 m2 office in Roppongi
  • 4 Hulic to develop retail facility in Akihabara
  • 5 Orix JREIT transfers Azabu office building on leased land to Mitsubishi
  • 6 Es-Con incorporates three properties into private REIT
  • 7 Retail Fund to acquire Prada Osaka for Y15bn
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  • 7 Norges Bank to invest over Y130bn in Japan with Tokyu Land
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  • 5 Retail Fund to acquire Prada Osaka for Y15bn
  • 6 Mitsubishi Materials to sell real estate subsidiary to Fortress
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