Average price when new: 1,100,000 Yen/sqm
Size range: 44.67 ~ 123.77 sqm (481 ~ 1332 sqft)
Area: Harumi, Chuo-ku
Sales were scheduled to begin in March 2014, but were delayed until April and then delayed again until early May.
Deux Tours Canal & Spa is located on the man-made island of Harumi in Chuo-ku. It will be approximately 200 meters from the Athletes Village of the 2020 Summer Olympics.
This is a large-scale project with over 1,450 apartments in two 52-storey towers. This is part of the Harumi 3 Chome West Redevelopment, which will include office buildings and a hotel. It also includes the Urban Renaissance Agency’s (UR) 49-storey ‘Bay City Harumi Skylink Tower’ – a residential tower with 793 public housing apartments completed in 2009.
- A view lounge and bar on the 43rd floor
- Steam Spa / Dry Spa on the 2nd floor
- Book salon, kidsroom, guest suites, party studio, meeting room
It is a 5 minute walk to Harumi Triton Square, which has a supermarket and other retail facilities.
The two buildings were completed in September 2015 and were delivered to buyers from March 2016. Unsold apartments were still available for sale by 2018.
The sales representative for the development said that inquiries had doubled since the Olympic announcement. By November 2013, they had received over 4,000 inquiries from interested buyers – many who are in their 30s and 40s. The developer has increased prices since the first round of sales.
The two towers were built using the base-isolation (menshin) earthquake-resistant construction method. This is the highest grade for earthquake-resistant construction and reduces the swaying in an earthquake.
- Ceiling height: 2500mm
- Floor slab: 290mm
- Floating floors and dropped ceilings
- Balcony depth: 2000mm
The arterial No. 2 Ring Road will run along the south-west side of the site.
Other new projects in the area include The Parkhouse Harumi Towers Krono Residence and Tiaro Residence (1,744 apartments), the Kachidoki 5 Chome Redevelopment (1,420 apartments) Skyz Tower & Garden (1,110 apartments) and the Kachidoki East District Redevelopment (3,020 apartments).
Harumi is a man-made island in Tokyo Bay. The first land reclamation was completed in 1931, when the island was 76 hectares. In WWII, the area was used as a base to store munitions. In 1955, it was opened as a port. Additional land reclamation was completed in 1966 and the current island is now 106 hectares.
Kachidoki Station – 8 min walk
|No. of units:||1,450 + 216 SOHO-type rooms|
|Construction Company:||Mitsui Sumitomo Kensetsu|
|Land size:||15,222.35 sqm|
|APARTMENTS PREVIOUS LISTED FOR SALE|
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