Last Update: 10/23 2017 06:00 JST

Property Deals

News on transaction information gathered from our proprietary sources

  • Rental apartment building planned in Shintomi, Chuo-ku 10.23.2017

    It has been revealed that Chuo-ku real estate company Residence Building Management acquired the Yamashita Building in Shintomi, Chuo-ku. The seller was Yamashita Building of Chuo-ku and the transaction took place in April 2017. Residence Building Management plans to construct a rental apartment building.>>

  • Accommodation operator J&M sells Shibuya shared office it once bought back 10.23.2017

    Chiyoda-ku-based accommodation facility operation and consulting business J&M Holdings sold Commun Shibuya, a shared office with an accommodation facility in Sakuragaokacho, Shibuya-ku. The transaction took place in May 2017 and the buyer was Rokusho of Shinjuku-ku, which is engaged in the operation of inns and hotels. >>

  • Kansai Electric subsidiary adds interest in Grand Front Osaka 10.23.2017

    Kanden Realty & Development acquired additional ownership in Grand Front Osaka in March 2017. The property is located to the north of JR Osaka Station. The seller was special purpose company Osaka Ekikita GK. Kanden Realty & Development had held a 5% co-ownership interest in the property and added 2% in this transaction.>>

  • JR West unit acquires office building in Chiyoda-ku’s Hanzomon 10.20.2017

    Minato-ku's Ryoju Properties, which is engaged in the development, sale and rental of real estate properties, acquired Prime Building in Hayabusacho, Chiyoda-ku. The transaction took place in September 2017. The company has been under the umbrella of West Japan Railway (JR West) since February. This is the company's first acquisition of a real estate property under the new structure. >>

  • LaSalle sells office building in Nagoya 10.20.2017

    A special purpose company of U.S. LaSalle Investment Management sold Round Terrace Fushimi Building in Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya City in June 2017. The buyer was GREF Japan 1 TMK, a special purpose company. The property was acquired by GE Japan a few months after completion. After that, it was owned by an SPC of real estate fund manager Ichigo and acquired by the SPC of LaSalle in 2016. >>

  • Raysum purchases Meguro medical building 10.20.2017

    Real estate company Raysum acquired a medical building in Kami-Osaki, Shinagawa-ku from Tosei. The transaction took place in May 2017.>>

  • Sojitz acquires Iidabashi, Shinjuku-ku mixed-use building from Hulic 10.19.2017

    Trading firm Sojitz acquired Primegate Iidabashi (the S&S Building), a mixed-use property in Shin-Ogawamachi, Shinjuku-ku. The transaction took place in September 2017 and the seller was Hulic. Sojitz granted Nippon REIT, which is under its umbrella, the preferential negotiation rights to purchase the property. >>

  • Kosei acquires office building near Yokohama Stadium 10.19.2017

    Real estate company Kosei Urban Development of Chuo-ku, Tokyo acquired the Kannai JS Building, an office building in Yamashitacho, Naka-ku, Yokohama City. The transaction took place in August 2017. The company will lease the property to tenants for the time being. The seller was Sanei Architecture Planning of Suginami-ku. >>

  • Resorttrust to globally expand The Kahala Hotel starting in Yokohama 10.18.2017

    Resort facility operator Resorttrust revealed on October 16 that it will globally expand The Kahala Hotel & Resort, which is under its umbrella. It is a prestigious hotel located in a luxury residential district of Kahala on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Resorttrust will develop The Kahala Hotel & Resort Yokohama in Minato-Mirai, Yokohama as the first global expansion project. The total project cost will be 45.8 billion yen [$400 million]. The hotel is scheduled to open in early summer 2020. >>

  • PAG sells two apartment buildings in Hanzomon, Chiyoda-ku 10.18.2017

    Mirada TMK, a special purpose company formed by PAG Investment Management of Minato-ku, sold rental apartment buildings near the Hanzomon subway station in Chiyoda-ku. The transactions took place in June and July 2017. The buyer of the two properties was Secom Homelife, a real estate company that is part of security service provider the Secom group. >>

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