CLT hybrid condo to go on sale in Shibuya

This June, Nomura Real Estate Development will start sales of a cross-laminated timber (CLT) hybrid apartment building near Sangubashi Station in Shibuya.Read more

Komatsu to redevelop Akasaka HQ

On April 4, Komatsu announced plans to redevelop its headquarters in Akasaka, Tokyo.Read more

Construction starts on new Yaesu building

On March 13, Daibiru began construction of a new commercial building in Yaesu. This forms part of the real estate company’s Design100 Project Phase-II which is aimed at maintaining and strengthening the competitiveness of existing assets. In this case, the previous Yaesu Dai Building that stood on this site was demolished. It had been designed by famed architect Togo Murano and completed in 1967.Read more

New condo for Kita Aoyama

Next month, construction will start on a new condo project in the Kita Aoyama address. The site is located behind Gaienmae Station and near the Olympic Stadium.

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Roppongi Hills' high-rise neighbor one step closer to construction

On February 15, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government approved the land rights conversion plan for the Nishiazabu 3 Chome North-East District Redevelopment. This project will see a 54-story mixed-use high-rise built on a 1.6-hectare block across the street from Roppongi Hills.

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Approval granted for Meiji Jingu Gaien redevelopment

On February 17, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government issued development approval for the 349 billion Yen (US$2.6 billion) Meiji Jingu Gaien redevelopment. This site includes the Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Stadium and the historic Meiji Jingu Baseball Stadium.

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Redevelopment committee approved for 228m+ Shinjuku towers

On February 1, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government approved the formation of the redevelopment committee for the Nishi-Shinjuku 3 Chome West District Redevelopment. This project will see the creation of two 62 and 63-story high-rise towers containing over 3,200 apartments.

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Mita Garden Hills now on sale with a 4.5 billion Yen apartment on offer

Sales in the 1,002-unit Mita Garden Hills luxury apartment development in central Tokyo started last week with pricing looking to average around 4 million Yen/sqm (US$2,860/sq.ft).

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Mita Koyamacho Redevelopment to be completed by 2028

More progress has been made on the Mita Koyamacho West District Redevelopment near Azabujuban Station with the Tokyo Governor approving the developers’ rights conversion plans last December.

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Hotel Okura South Wing redevelopment to start in 2024

Construction of a 225-meter tall tower to replace the former Hotel Okura South Wing building in Roppongi will start in 2024, with completion scheduled for 2028.

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