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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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    • 11.24.2017

      Retail Fund to acquire Prada Osaka for Y15bn

      Japan Retail Fund (JRF), a REIT associated with trading house Mitsubishi Corporation, will acquire Shinsaibashi Grove, which is occupied by Prada Osaka Shinsaibashi Store. The transaction took place in January 2018 and the price was 15 billion yen [$130 million]. The seller was a special purpose company formed by Prudential Real Estate Investors of the U.S.

    • 11.24.2017

      Pharma company SSP relocating to Opera City Tower

      Drug company SSP (SS Seiyaku) will relocate its headquarters to Tokyo Opera City Tower in Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku on December 11. The company was a subsidiary of Boehringer Ingelheim of Germany, but it became a subsidiary of Sanofi of France in January 2017, following a business swap between Boehringer and Sanofi. The Japanese arm of Sanofi has its headquarters in Tokyo Opera City Tower.

    • 11.24.2017

      Mitsubishi purchases land for nursing home development in Konan, Minato-ku

      Mitsubishi Jisho Residence purchased 1,653 m2 of land in Konan, Minato-ku. The transaction took place in October 2017 and the seller was real estate company Okiken of Suginami-ku. Mitsubishi Jisho Residence plans to construct a fee-based nursing home for the elderly on the site.

    • 11.24.2017

      Osaka office building sold from Hong Kong company

      Osaka-based real estate company Legal Corporation acquired Umeda Pacific Building, an office building in Kita-ku, Osaka City. The transaction took place in September 2017. It is believed the buyer will lease the building as a multi-tenant building for the time being. The seller was a company based in Hong Kong.

    • 11.24.2017

      Nomura developing GEMS brand restaurant building in Yokohama

      Nomura Real Estate Development acquired the former headquarters of Asahi Sho-ko-sha in Kitasaiwai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama City in September 2017. Nomura will reconstruct the existing building into an urban retail facility focusing on restaurants under its GEMS brand. The seller was machinery and tool trading company Asahi Sho-ko-sha of Yokohama City.

    • 11.22.2017

      Sankei, Itochu jointly developing 143-room hotel in Akihabara

      Sankei Building and Itochu Property Development began construction of a business hotel in Kanda-Sudacho, Chiyoda-ku. Plans call for the hotel to have 14 floors above ground with 3,431 m2 of gross floor area and provide 143 guestrooms. The design and construction are entrusted to Toray Construction of Osaka City. Both completion and opening of the hotel are targeted for February 2019.

    • 11.22.2017

      Stream Capital acquires Shinbashi building to be occupied by WeWork

      It has come to light that a special purpose company of Minato-ku based Stream Capital Partners Japan had acquired the former DTS HQ Building in Shinbashi, Minato-ku. The seller was Midori TMK, an SPC. It has been decided that the entire property will be leased to U.S. WeWork, which operates collaboration offices, as the successive tenant. WeWork plans to open a collaboration office named WeWork Shinbashi in April 2018.

    • 11.22.2017

      Kumamoto wrecking company acquires office building in Minato-ku, Tokyo

      Maeda Sangyo of Kumamoto City, which is engaged in building demolition and other businesses, acquired Okaba Hamamatsucho Building in Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo. The transaction took place in May 2017 and the seller was Adachi-ku office building management business Okaba Ryutsu. Maeda Sangyo renamed the property the MS Building.

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  • 5 Nomura developing GEMS brand restaurant building in Yokohama
  • 6 Pharma company SSP relocating to Opera City Tower
  • 7 Seiko sells Wako Namiki-kan in Ginza
  • 8 Kumamoto wrecking company acquires office building in Minato-ku, Tokyo
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