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Contents


News
Over 6000 news articles published online during the period from January 2007.
Transaction Data

A comprehensive list of deals which were collected during October to early September in 2011. Provided in PDF and CSV formats.


The Monthly Edition

A sample issue which consists of 20 pages of articles.

Feature
Expectations behind Real Estate Indices
New key indices released to play a role in developing major investors

Area in Focus
Ginza Still Seeking to Regain its Glitter
Lingering price gap keeps market stagnant, despite some land deals

Topics
Cost Saving from Power Saving - Who Should Benefit?
Landlord rewards tenants for power-saving efforts

Rents and Relocations
Shibuya Ward, Yokohama City and Kawasaki City


Market Data Supplements

  • Building Map:
  • A map of large-scale office building development projects currently in progress in Tokyo

    The survey was conducted on buildings with more than 10,000 m2 of floor space that will mainly be used for offices in the 23 wards of Tokyo in April 2011. This information is based on not only publicly announced materials but also on the onsite survey conducted by our staff, making it an unparalleled source of information in Japan.


  • Apartment Rent Survey: Apartment rents in popular residential areas

  • Closing Rent Survey: Our proprietary survey of closing rents for office buildings

  • Office Market Index: Advertised rents and vacancy rates

  • Retail Rent Survey: Advertised rents and vacancy rates on major shopping streets

Most Read Articles

  • Today
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • 1 Daiwa Office REIT SPC acquires Concurred Yokohama
  • 2 Hulic obtains office building in Nishi-Shinjuku
  • 3 Nomura developing apartment in Nihonbashi
  • 4 Payroll management operator Lacras moving to Palace Side Building
  • 5 MetLife buys Osaka office building from GreenOak
  • 6 Property companies trade Iwamotocho, Chiyoda-ku office building
  • 7 Keio's Rebita acquires Edogawa-ku apartment building
  • 8 Tokyu Land private REIT adds interest in Shinjuku i-Land
  • 9 Goldman Sachs JV to divest Osaka's Dojima Hotel
  • 10 Invincible acquires Arakawa-ku apartment tower for Y22bn
  • 1 MetLife buys Osaka office building from GreenOak
  • 2 Daiwa Office REIT SPC acquires Concurred Yokohama
  • 3 Korean investors buy Shinagawa Seaside from Takeda Pharma
  • 4 Mitsubishi subsidiary Sunshine City acquires retail building in Harajuku
  • 5 Hulic transfers partial ownership in Okinawa, Tokyo assets
  • 6 Mori Trust acquires Hakone ryokan inn
  • 7 Prep school operator acquires office buildings in Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku
  • 8 Nomura developing apartment in Nihonbashi
  • 9 Goldman Sachs JV to divest Osaka's Dojima Hotel
  • 10 Ginza department store to restore annex building
  • 1 GreenOak acquires nine properties from family office
  • 2 Korean investors buy Shinagawa Seaside from Takeda Pharma
  • 3 Hulic to acquire four buildings in prime location of Shinsaibashi
  • 4 Sekisui House REIT to acquire St. Regis Osaka, etc. for Y21bn (corrected)
  • 5 Hulic acquires office floor of Ginza Six
  • 6 Goldman Sachs JV to divest Osaka's Dojima Hotel
  • 7 Goldman Sachs inviting new Marriott brand hotel to converted Osaka building
  • 8 Tokyo drops sharply to 12th in Asian city to invest in: ULI
  • 9 Goldman's private REIT acquires office building in Toshima-ku
  • 10 Ichigo Office REIT acquires three office buildings for Y7bn in reshuffle

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MORE SURVEY AND ANALYSIS Our regularly updated proprietary survey on market trends.

CLOSING RENT SURVEY

Our proprietary survey of closing rents for rental office buildings in Tokyo and Yokohama

RETAIL RENT SURVEY

Advertised rents and vacancy on major shopping streets in Ginza, Omotesando, Shinjuku, etc.

PROJECT MAP

A map and list of the 160 large-scale office building development projects currently in progress in Tokyo.

OFFICE MARKET INDEX

Advertised rents and vacancy rates in major office districts -Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka Free to access

About Us

Founded in 1969, Nikkei Business Publications is the publisher of the Nikkei Real Estate Market Report and is the leading provider of business information and commercial property transaction data for Japan. Part of the Nikkei Group, one of the world's largest financial media companies, Nikkei Business Publications is based in Tokyo and has over 900 employees.

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