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    • 03.16.2018

      Comforia Residential acquires three properties, AUM reaches Y200bn

      Comforia Residential REIT, which is affiliated with Tokyu Land, will acquire three rental apartment buildings in Tokyo. The price is 6.31 billion yen [$58 million] in total, and the properties will be handed over on March 30. Following the acquisition of the three properties, the REIT will achieve its goal of 200 billion yen [$1.8 billion] AUM on an acquisition price basis.

    • 03.16.2018

      Kansai Electric subsidiary, others acquiring 'Battleship Building' for Y150bn

      Seven companies led by Kanden Realty & Development of Osaka City will acquire Shiba Park Building in Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo. The transaction will take place on March 20. The building is also known as "Battleship Building." The sale price is believed to be approximately 150 billion yen [$1.4 billion]. The sellers are four entities including Asia Pacific Land (APL).

    • 03.16.2018

      Invesco REIT to replace Sendai asset with Tokyo asset

      Invesco Office J-REIT decided on March 14 to acquire IBF Planning Building in Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku and sell Sendai Honcho Building in Honcho, Aoba-ku, Sendai City. It intends to enhance the quality of its portfolio through asset replacement and distribute capital gains to investors.

    • 03.16.2018

      CBRE GI starts construction of warehouse in Sapporo

      U.S. based major asset management company CBRE Global Investors (CBRE GI) started construction of tentatively-named Sapporo Satozuka Logsitics Center on March 1. CBRE GI believes that the supply of modern logistics facilities is limited in the Sapporo area and judged that growth associated with the expansion of demand for mail-order and other factors can be enjoyed. Sapporo Satozuka Logsitics Center will be incorporated into CBRE Asia Value Partners IV, which is its fund targeting Asia.

    • 03.16.2018

      Fujitsu subsidiary leasing over 3,000 tsubos in Osaki Garden Tower

      Fujitsu FSAS, a fully owned subsidiary of Fujitsu, will relocate its headquarters to Sumitomo Fudosan Osaki Garden Tower in Nishi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku.

    • 03.15.2018

      Nippon Accommodations Fund acquires two properties in Tokyo

      On March 13, Nippon Accommodations Fund, a REIT affiliated with Mitsui Fudosan, entered into a purchase agreement of rental apartment buildings in Kita-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku and Itabashi, Itabashi-ku. The price is 4.1 billion yen [$37 million] in total.

    • 03.15.2018

      Itochu develops five logistics facilities in Tokyo and Chiba

      Trading firm Itochu is progressing the development of five logistics facilities in Tokyo and Chiba prefectures. The total project cost is approximately 75 billion yen [$680 million] and the aggregate gross floor area is 350,000 m2. The facilities are scheduled to be completed one after another from March 2018 to August 2019.

    • 03.15.2018

      MIPIM: Over 20,000 gather in Southern France, interest in real estate not waning

      MIPIM, the real estate conference, kicked off in Cannes, Southern France on Tuesday, March 13. The number of participants will largely exceed last year’s participants of 24,200, even when only considering those who pre-registered, and it is expected to set a new post GFC record. While European and U.S. real estate funds, brokerage firms and financial institutions are major actors in the event, other entities such as the local governments of various regions as well as construction and design companies are also participating.

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