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  • 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
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  • 7 Prep school operator acquires office buildings in Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku
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  • 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
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  • 9 Goldman's private REIT acquires office building in Toshima-ku
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