Last Update: 10/23 2017 06:00 JST

Tenant Activities

Company relocations and leasing deals in major urban areas

  • Recruit subsidiary relocating to Oak Meguro 10.23.2017

    Recruit Marketing Partners will relocate its headquarters to Oak Meguro in Kami-Osaki, Shinagawa-ku. The relocation will take place in late April to early May 2018. The floor area to be leased was not disclosed, but will be about three floors of the building that has a typical floor plate of 519 tsubos [1,720 m2], according to sources. The company aims to streamline its business operations by concentrating its scattered offices into a single location. >>

  • Rent of OBP Panasonic Tower in Osaka to be raised by 7% 10.20.2017

    MCUBS MidCity, a REIT affiliated with trading firm Mitsubishi Corporation, announced on October 18 that it concluded a memorandum with Panasonic, the sole tenant of OBP Panasonic Tower in Osaka, to raise the rent. It will raise the rent by a little over 7% on or after July 1, 2018. >>

  • Chofu Center Building occupied by Toyota group company, etc. 10.20.2017

    Toyota Modellista International, a Toyota Motor group company engaged in the planning and sale of auto parts, will move its headquarters to the Chofu Center Building in Chofugaoka, Chofu City in November 2017. The company will lease the entire sixth floor with 569 tsubos [1,880 m2]. >>

  • Pharma company Shinnihon to move into Marunouchi Kitaguchi 10.19.2017

    Shinnihonseiyaku of Fukuoka City will relocate its Tokyo office to the Marunouchi Kitaguchi Building in Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku. The company is engaged in the production and sale of cosmetics including the "Perfect One" series, hair care products, health food and pharmaceutical products. The Tokyo office is currently located on the seventh floor in the Column Minami-Aoyama Building in Aoyama, Minato-ku, which has a typical floor plate of 159 tsubos [526 m2]. >>

  • Publisher of Newsweek relocating to Meguro Central Square 10.18.2017

    Multiple companies under the umbrella of Culture Convenience Club (CCC), which operates "Tsutaya" bookshops and handles the management of point card "T-Point," will move into Meguro Central Square. It is evident that publishing company CCC Media House is among the CCC group companies that will move to the building. >>

  • Manufacturer Futaba relocating sales base to Oak Kanda-Kajicho 10.16.2017

    Futaba of Mobara City, Chiba Prefecture, which is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, will relocate its sales base to Oak Kanda-Kajicho in Kanda-Kajicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. The company will lease one floor in the building, which has a typical floor plate of 215 tsubos [711 m2], according to sources.>>

  • JP's staffing company moving to Aoyama Tower Place 10.13.2017

    Japan Post Staff will relocate its headquarters to Aoyama Tower Place in Akasaka, Minato-ku in November 2017. The subsidiary of Japan Post Holdings will occupy the fifth floor in the building. The company currently has its headquarters and Tokyo office on the 25th floor of Shiroyama Trust Tower in Toranomon, Minato-ku.>>

  • Semiconductor equipment manufacturer moving to Shinjuku Front Tower 10.12.2017

    Shinkawa, which is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, will move its headquarters to Shinjuku Front Tower in Kita-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku. The semiconductor equipment manufacturer will lease about one third of the 32nd floor in the building, which is estimated to be about 170 tsubos [562 m2]. The company will start conducting business at the new location on December 18. >>

  • KPMG Azsa to open office in Otemachi Grand Cube 10.11.2017

    KPMG Azsa, a member of KPMG, will establish a new office in Otemachi Financial City Grand Cube in late November 2017. The audit corporation will lease around 2,600 tsubos [8,600 m2], where roughly 1,700 employees will work. No tenancy agreements for its existing offices will be terminated by the opening of this office. >>

  • Mitsubishi Materials considering relocation to Marunouchi 3-2 Project 10.10.2017

    Nonferrous metals maker Mitsubishi Materials is considering moving into the tentatively-named Marunouchi 3-2 Project, which will be completed in October 2018. The company will lease roughly two to three floors in the building, which will have a typical floor plate of approximately 900 tsubos [2,980 m2], according to sources. >>

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