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    Feature Spotlight on Co-working Fears loom among landlords but reduction in office demand limited

    Co-working spaces are increasingly the topic of conversation. Although it seems that it will grow rapidly and contribute to the expansion of the rental office market in the short term, due to the nature of the sharing economy, there is a strong fear in the real estate industry...

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    • 08.22.2018

      MidCity REIT to reshuffle assets worth Y51bn in total

      MCUBS MidCity, a REIT sponsored by trading firm Mitsubishi Corporation and UBS, will acquire Yokohama i-Land Tower in Honcho, Naka-ku, Yokohama City on September 14. The acquisition price is 22.1 billion yen [$190 million]. On the other hand, the REIT will sell Matsushita IMP Building in Chuo-ku, Osaka City and MID REIT Kyobashi Building in Miyakojima-ku, Osaka City.

    • 08.22.2018

      Lawson Bank setting up head office in ThinkPark Tower in Osaki, Shinagawa-ku

      Lawson Bank will establish its head office in ThinkPark Tower in Osaki, Shinagawa-ku. The bank was founded with capital of 11.6 billion yen [$100 million], 95% by Lawson and 5% by MUFG Bank. The license for operation of the banking business was obtained on August 10.

    • 08.22.2018

      Hulic acquires new hotel in Asakusabashi, Taito-ku

      Hulic acquired Henn na Hotel Tokyo Asakusabashi in Asakusabashi, Taito-ku in June 2018. The seller was Minato-ku based real estate company Daiichi Realter. “Henn na Hotel” is a hotel brand of Shinjuku-ku’s H.I.S. Hotel Holdings, which is a subsidiary of travel agency H.I.S., and is gathering attention by using robots at the reception desk.

    • 08.22.2018

      Redevelopment project near Nakano Station completed in 2022

      The Tokyo Metropolitan Government approved the establishment of the Nakano Ni-Chome District Urban Redevelopment Association in July 2018. Two buildings, an office building and a condominium building, with a total gross floor area of approximately 96,200 m2 will be constructed on a site to the south of JR Nakano Station. Sumitomo Realty & Development will join the project as a member of the association.

    • 08.22.2018

      Shinjuku retail building traded

      Shinjuku-ku real estate company Abite purchased HHK Building, a retail property in Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku. The transaction took place in March 2018 and the seller was Arakawa-ku's C-C, which is engaged in the trade and real estate businesses.

    • 08.21.2018

      AllianceBernstein to relocate to Hibiya Parkfront

      AllianceBernstein Japan, which is an investment advisory company, will relocate its headquarters to Hibiya Parkfront in Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku on September 18. It will lease the entire 14th floor with an estimated floor area of 630 tsubos [2,080 m2] and approximately 100 people will work there.

    • 08.21.2018

      CBRE GI invests in Chiba and Saitama warehouses

      CBRE Global Investors (CBRE GI), a major asset management company of the U.S., recently made investments in two logistics facilities in Japan. In June, the company acquired Baraki Logistics Center in Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture. CBRE GI also signed a contract to purchase approximately 10,000 m2 of land in Kasukabe City, Saitama Prefecture at the end of July. The company will develop tentatively-named KIC Kasukabe Distribution Center on the land.

    • 08.21.2018

      Nippon Steel Kowa developing 'Bizcore' office building in Shibuya

      Nippon Steel Kowa Real Estate of Minato-ku will develop a mid-sized, high-grade office building under its Bizcore brand in Shibuya, Shibuya-ku. The structure will have nine floors above ground and one below with 3,942 m2 of gross floor area.

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