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Company relocations and leasing deals in major urban areas

  • Kabaya Foods acquires office building formerly owned by Loan Star 01.17.2018

    Confectionery Kabaya Foods of Okayama City acquired Ookini Minami-Senba Building, an office property in Chuo-ku, Osaka City. The transaction took place in September 2017. The seller was Ookini Building (formerly Feat). The property had been owned by a special purpose company of Loan Star until April. >>

  • Software tool vendor Micro Focus moving into Midtown Tower 01.16.2018

    Micro Focus will relocate its headquarters to Midtown Tower in Akasaka, Minato-ku. The the Japanese arm of British software company Micro Focus International will occupy the 19th floor. Operations at the new location will start on January 22. >>

  • Food trading company leasing over 11,000 m2 in Sumitomo's Osaki project 01.15.2018

    Nippon Access, a food trading company, will relocate its headquarters to the tentatively named Sumitomo Fudosan Osaki Project in June 2018. The company will lease a total of 3,322 tsubos [11,000 m2] on the 15th and 16th floors of the building. >>

  • Mitsubishi Materials Techno leasing 1,200 tsubos in Akihabara i-Mark 01.12.2018

    Mitsubishi Materials Techno will relocate its headquarters to Akihabara i-Mark Building in or after May 2018, according to sources. Sources indicated the wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Materials will lease an estimated 1,244 tsubos [4,110 m2] on four floors of the building.>>

  • Yahoo subsidiary moving to Akasaka K-Tower 01.11.2018

    Commerce 21 will relocate its headquarters to Akasaka K-Tower in Akasaka, Minato-ku on February 13. The company, which is engaged in the building and managing of e-commerce websites, will lease the entire sixth floor of the building, which has a typical floor plate of 392 tsubos [1,300 m2]. About 200 employees will work at the new location. The move is aimed at expanding its office to allow for future increases in personnel. >>

  • Civil engineering consultant Ohba moving to Kowa Hitotsubashi Building in Kanda 01.10.2018

    Ohba, which is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, will relocate its headquarters and Tokyo office to Kowa Hitotsubashi Building in Kanda-Nishikicho, Chiyoda-ku in December 2018. The company will lease an estimated 974 tsubos [3,220 m2] on the 11th and the 12th floors of the property. >>

  • FWD Fuji Life relocating to Nihonbashi-Honcho Ni-Chome 01.09.2018

    FWD Fuji Life Insurance will relocate its headquarters to Nihonbashi-Honcho Ni-Chome Building at the end of December 2018. The company will lease six floors with a total floor area of approximately 6,000 m2, where about 400 employees will work. I>>

  • Consulting firm relocating to Tokyo Midtown 01.05.2018

    Management Solutions will move its headquarters to Midtown Tower in Akasaka, Minato-ku. The consulting firm will occupy part of the 23rd floor with a typical floor plate of 1,002 tsubos [3,310 m2], which is also home to two other tenant companies. The leased area and the reason for the move were not disclosed. Operations at the new location will start on January 22, 2018. >>

  • IT company Kaonavi moving into Akasaka K-Tower 01.04.2018

    Kaonavi will relocate its headquarters to Akasaka K-Tower in Akasaka, Minato-ku. The transaction took place on January 15, 2018. The company will lease the entire fifth floor in the building, which has a typical floor plate of 392 tsubos [1,300 m2]. Slightly more than 90 employees will initially work at the new location. >>

  • Power company Looop relocating to Ueno Frontier Tower 12.28.2017

    Looop will move its headquarters to Ueno Frontier Tower in Ueno, Taito-ku on January 9, 2018. The power producer and supplier (PPS) will occupy the 15th floor and the 22th floor in the building, which has a typical floor plate of 320 tsubos [1,060 m2]. >>

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