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    Local Markets: Fukuoka Unprecedentedly Favorable Increased expectations for large-scale projects

    Elimination of vacancies and rent increase in office buildings in Fukuoka are further progressing supported by robust demand from tenants. There are many attractive factors for investors as well, such as inbound tourism and increase in population. On the other hand, there are...

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    • 01.19.2018

      GFA to acquire hostel project near Kyoto Station

      GFA, a real estate investment company, decided to acquire a hostel planned in Minami-ku, Kyoto City. After the hostel is completed in May 2019, the building and land will be handed over to the buyer from the project owner Seiei Corporation of Kyoto City. The sale price is believed to be around 1 billion yen [$8.7 million]. GFA, formerly named Ground Financial Advisory, is listed on the JASDAQ section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. This is the company's second acquisition of a hostel, following one in Tokyo’s Shibuya.

    • 01.19.2018

      Apa developing 259-room hotel near Chiba Station

      Apa Home, a unit of hotel operator the Apa Group, acquired a 1,307 m2 site for development in Chuo-ku, Chiba City. The transaction took place in December 2017. The company will develop its fifth hotel in Chiba Prefecture on the site. The seller is Chuo-ku's real estate company San Shin Jyuken.

    • 01.19.2018

      Sumitomo Corp acquires Ginza building for development

      Sumitomo Corporation acquired Dai-San Takashima Building in Ginza, Chuo-ku. The seller was management consulting firm Daiki Holdings of Chuo-ku. The trading house will reconstruct the existing building to a new retail building. The company will continue to promote urban retail facility development projects, regardless the scale.

    • 01.18.2018

      Fukuoka's Murakami Holdings accelerating investment

      It has come to light that Murakami Holdings of Fukuoka City, which has real estate management and brokerage company Toho Housing under its umbrella, acquired five retail buildings in and around the Daimyo area of Fukuoka City during the period from June to October 2017. The total price was approximately around 4 billion yen [$35 million]. Two of the properties were acquired by a subsidiary of the company.

    • 01.18.2018

      Nihonbashi office building sold by Taiwanese company

      Chuo-ku real estate company Warmlight purchased Anni Higashi-Nihonbashi Building, an office property in Higashi-Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku. The transaction took place in September 2017 and the seller was Taiwan's Toshin Jitsugyo, which is engaged in the real estate investment and development.

    • 01.18.2018

      TKP developing 161-room hotel in Osaka’s Umeda

      Rental conference room operator TKP will embark on hotel development in Osaka's Umeda area as its first such endeavor in the Kansai area. Apa Hotel will operate the hotel after it is completed. It will have 161 guestrooms and the opening is slated for May 2019.

    • 01.18.2018

      Sumitomo acquires upscale apartment in Moto-Azabu, Minato-ku

      Sumitomo Realty & Development acquired Alpha Motoazabu, a rental apartment in Moto-Azabu, Minato-ku in September 2017. The seller was liquor manufacturer Sakuramasamune based in Kobe City.

    • 01.17.2018

      Mitsui’s logistics REIT to acquire three properties for Y20bn

      Mitsui Fudosan Logistics Park REIT (MFLP) will acquire three logistics facilities that are fully occupied in February and March 2018. The total price will be approximately 19.56 billion yen [$170 million]. The sellers are Mitsui Fudosan, which sponsors the REIT, and a special purpose company of Mitsui Fudosan. The sales contract was signed on January 15. The largest in scale among the three properties is MFLP Hino.

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