Hiroo Garden Hills


Average Price: 2,900,000 Yen/sqm
Size Range: 53.40 ~ 362.20 sqm (575 ~ 3897 sqft)

Location: Hiroo, Shibuya-ku


The Hiroo Garden Hills complex is made up of 15 apartment blocks. In 2009, a new section (Hiroo Garden Forest) was completed, however the newly constructed apartments are land-lease, while the older apartments in Hiroo Garden Hills are all freehold. This “Vintage Mansion” complex is very well known and has retained a high level of popularity ever since it was opened.

When the development was completed, the initial selling prices (prior to the bubble) were between 760,000 ~ 1,270,000 Yen/sqm, but during the peak of Japan’s bubble economy, apartments in Hiroo Garden Hills were selling for as much as 9 million Yen/sqm.

Prices vary depending on the apartment block, as some of the blocks are more desirable than others. The most desirable block is the South D block. In late 2007, a 6-bedroom 362 sqm penthouse in South D was on the market for 980,000,000 Yen.

The apartment blocks include the following:

  • East Hill A, B, C
  • South Hill D, E, F
  • Center Hill G, H
  • West Hill I, J, K
  • North Hill L, M, N, O


4 Chome, Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Hibiya Line – Hiroo Station – 5 min walk

Completion: 1982 ~ 1986
No. of units: 1,181
Construction Companies: Shimizu, Obayashi and Kajima Corporation
Developers: Mitsui, Sumitomo and Mitsubishi Jisho
Carparking: 30,000 ~ 33,000 Yen/month
Land size: 57,447 sqm
Land ownership: Freehold

Hiroo Garden Hills

Hiroo Garden Hills 1


^ Center Hill H 8F 3-Bedroom. 121.54 sqm (1308 sqft) + 18.50 sqm balcony.

Hiroo Garden Hills South Hill F Penthouse Floorplan
^ South Hill F 12F Penthouse 4-Bedroom. 199.43 sqm (2146 sqft) + 96.81 sqm balcony.

^ South Hill D 9F Penthouse 6-Bedroom. 362.16 sqm (3897 sqft) + 123.81 sqm balcony.


The following is a list of apartments that were listed for sale in the past, or that have sold. Please understand that these apartments may no longer be available for sale.

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