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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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    • 08.17.2018

      Samty Residential REIT to acquire 11 rental apartments

      REIT Samty Residential will acquire 11 rental apartments. The acquisition price is approximately 8.13 billion yen [$71 million] in total and the sellers are three parties including Samty, its sponsor. S-Residence Matsudo, which is under construction, will be handed over in November 2018 after completion but the other properties will be handed over on August 28.

    • 08.17.2018

      Serviced office operator acquires Shibaura, Minato-ku building for development

      Tensho Building of Chuo-ku, which develops and operates serviced offices, acquired New Kyoei Building in Shibaura, Minato-ku. The transaction took place in April 2018 and the seller was Shibaura Mokuzai Kogei of Minato-ku, which is engaged in the real estate leasing business.

    • 08.17.2018

      Translator agent Simul moving to Ginza’s G-7 Building

      Simul International will relocate its headquarters to G-7 Building in Ginza, Chuo-ku. The company and two group companies will lease two floors with approximately 700 tsubos [2,310 m2] of floor area in the building. Business operations at the new location will start on September 18.

    • 08.17.2018

      Sun Frontier purchases Hatchobori, Chuo-ku office building

      Real estate company Sun Frontier Fudosan acquired Fuji Building in Hatchobori, Chuo-ku. The transaction took place in March 2018 and the sellers were Kichibei Shoten of Chuo-ku and multiple individuals.

    • 08.17.2018

      Haseko acquires 15,000 m2 of land in Nagoya from Panasonic

      Haseko Corporation, a housing contractor, acquired 15,234 m2 of land in Meieki-Minami, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City. The transaction took place in June 2018 and the seller was Panasonic.

    • 08.16.2018

      Loans for individuals decreased 20% and for real estate reach turning point

      Apartment loans for retail investors are slowing down rapidly. According to the data announced by the Bank of Japan on August 9, the amount of new loans in the second quarter (April to June) of 2018 was 693.2 billion yen [$6 billion] (Figure 1). It decreased by 20% year-on-year and by 36% from the first quarter (January to March) of this year.

    • 08.16.2018

      Loadstar Capital starts equity-based RE crowdfunding

      Loadstar Capital, a real estate investment company, started soliciting funds through equity-based real estate crowdfunding. It formed an investment instrument targeting an office building in the Akihabara area using the first investment scheme in Japan based on the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act. It will solicit investors for the instrument, which the company has set as the first project in the series, from August 10.

    • 08.16.2018

      Housekeeping agency Bears moving to Tanabe Hamacho Building

      Bears, a housekeeping service provider, will relocate its headquarters to Tanabe Hamacho Building in Nihonbashi-Hamacho, Chuo-ku. The company will lease about three floors with an estimated floor area of approximately 270 tsubos [893 m2], according to sources.

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