Brillia Towers Meguro

Price when new: 50 ~ 459 million Yen (1.7 ~ 2.8 million Yen/sqm)
Size range: 30 ~ 150 sqm (323 ~ 1,614 sq.ft)

Area: Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku


Sales began in June 2015 and all new apartments had sold out by October 2015.

Brillia Towers Meguro is a large-scale redevelopment project located on the eastern side of Meguro Station. The 80 billion Yen project includes two residential towers (North and South) containing 940 apartments, as well as a 27-storey office tower. The site was previously a bus depot and several low-rise buildings. Redevelopment discussions began as early as 2005.

279 of the 940 apartments went to original landholders, with the remaining 661 units offered for sale. The North Residence has 524 apartments (including 204 landholder-units), and the South Residence has 416 apartments (including 75 landholder-units).

Apartments on floors 30 and above are considered ‘premium residences’ and have interiors finished with a higher grade of materials than apartments on lower floors.

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Brillia Towers Meguro Sold Out

Brillia Towers Meguro, a large-scale, mixed office and residential project under construction near Meguro Station in Tokyo, has sold out this month. The project is scheduled for completion by late 2017 / early 2018.

The two residential towers will contain 940 apartments. 279 of those will go to original landowners, while the remaining 661 were made available for sale.

Sales began in early June 2015. The sales office had already received 23,000 requests for property brochures before the first round of sales. The model room, which opened in early April, could only be visited by appointment and was booked out two months in advance. Over 9,000 groups visited the model room.

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Meguro Station high-rise residential development draws huge interest

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The large redevelopment on the eastern side of Meguro Station is garnering a large amount of attention with the sales office overwhelmed with inquiries. Tours of the sales showroom are now booked solid for the next two months. The sales office received 18,000 requests for property brochures, three times the number they had anticipated. Many of the inquiries were from prospective buyers in their 30s and 40s. A third of the inquiries were from residents in Shinagawa, Meguro and Minato-ku.

The model room opened in early April, and the first round of sales is scheduled to start in early June. Apartments will be offered for sale in stages, with almost 40% of the apartments being offered in the first round. Interested buyers will be required to submit applications during the sales periods, with lucky buyers selected via a lottery-type system.

The 80 billion Yen project includes two residential towers containing 940 apartments and a 27-storey office tower. Tokyo Tatemono, Daiichi Life Insurance, Taisei Kensetsu and Takenaka Corporation are the four developers.

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