Closing rents in Chiyoda Ward*Sample

Closing rents for large office buildings with standard floor areas of approximately 300 tsubo (990m2) are indicated in red, while those for medium-sized buildings with a standard floor area of roughly 100 tsubo (330m2) are indicated in blue.

The results indicate average rents including common service fees, where contracts with tenants are successfully closed for 10-year old office buildings that are a five-minute walk from the station. It is based on actual cases of successfully closed contracts, for which the information was provided by local office brokers. Estimated standard rents are indicated when there are no buildings with applicable standard floor areas or there are no cases of successfully closed contracts.

Tokyo Station area
(Marunouchi, Otemachi, Yurakucho, Uchisaiwaicho)

Kanda, Akihabara, Ochanomizu area

Yotsuya, Ichigaya area

Iidabashi, Suidobashi area

Kasumigaseki, Nagatacho, Hirakawacho area

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