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    2017 Transactions Stream of Big Deals Foreign investors lead sales volume to post-GFC record high

    The sales transaction amount for 2017 recorded the highest amount since the Global Financial Crisis at approximately 4.2 trillion yen [$37 billion]. Numerous big deals centering on bulk sales conducted by foreign players pushed up the amount. Japanese corporations also became more...

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    leasing deals. Up to five new articles daily.

    • 02.19.2018

      Kansai Electric subsidiary acquires office development site in Kobe

      Kanden Realty & Development acquired 1,008 m2 of land in Sannomiyacho, Chuo-ku, Kobe City in December 2017. It plans to develop an office building. The seller was Nippon Commercial Development (NCD or Nihon Shogyo Kaihatsu). The buyer is currently considering the outline and construction schedule of the office building which it will develop.

    • 02.19.2018

      Retail building planned in Nishi-Azabu

      Real estate company Ayumi Jisyo of Shibuya-ku purchased a plot of land in Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku. The transaction took place in December 2017 and the seller was Minto-ku's real estate company Kyodo Kensetsu. Ayumi Jisyo plans to jointly develop a building that will mainly consist of stores with Asway Corporation of Minato-ku, which is engaged in the real estate investment and other businesses.

    • 02.19.2018

      Goldman sells office building in Ikebukuro

      GK Fudozaka, which is a special purpose company affiliated with Goldman Sachs Group, sold Ikebukuro West Building in Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku in October 2017. The buyer was Shinjuku-ku based Seiyuu Fudosan, which is engaged in real estate business as well as operation of nursing homes for the elderly and other businesses. Seiyuu Fudosan will own the building as a rental asset.

    • 02.19.2018

      Loadstar Capital sells Shibuya office building

      Loadstar Capital, a real estate investment company, sold Shoto Building in Shinsencho, Shibuya-ku in November 2017. The buyer was Chuo-ku's Uniden Real Estate, which is a subsidiary of communication device manufacturer Uniden Holdings.

    • 02.16.2018

      Cable broadcaster Usen leasing over 2,000 tsubos in Meguro Central Square

      It appears that Usen-Next Holdings, which is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, will move its headquarters to Meguro Central Square. The details are unknown but sources indicate that the company and group companies will lease about four floors in the building. Based on a typical floor plate of 537 tsubos [1,780 m2], the leased area is estimated to be 2,148 tsubos [7,100 m2].

    • 02.16.2018

      Raysum sells renovated building in Nishi-Azabu

      Real estate company Raysum sold Toki-On Nishi-Azabu in Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku in December 2017. The buyer was TLF of Toshima-ku, which is represented by an individual who is a major shareholder of a restaurant chain. The property was formerly named Le Bain Kasumicho Residence and was used as a showroom for household plumbing products by the owner.

    • 02.16.2018

      Medical service company acquires Fukuoka office building from SoftBank subsidiary

      Nihon Iryo Service of Minato-ku, Tokyo, which is engaged in business management for medical and welfare facilities and other businesses, purchased M-Tower, an office property in Momochihama, Sawara-ku Fukuoka City. The transaction took place in October 2017. The seller was Minato-ku's Shiodome Estate, a subsidiary of telecommunications conglomerate SoftBank Group.

    • 02.15.2018

      Hulic Private REIT initial 21 properties unveiled

      Properties in the portfolio of Hulic Private REIT which it incorporated at the start of its operation in November 2017 have been revealed. The portfolio consists of 21 properties, specifically seven office buildings (including mixed-use buildings), two retail facilities and 12 leased sites of retail facilities. The acquisition price-based AUM is approximately 32.2 billion yen [$290 million].

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