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AXA Launches Tokyo Office Property Fund

TOKYO-AXA Real Estate Investment Managers has launched the Tokyo Office Property Fund. At the first close of this fund, it provides US $126-million equity to invest in mid-size Tokyo office properties.

Office rents in Tokyo expected to fall following the Tohoku Earthquake

Rental values in the Tokyo office market are expected to fall by 3-5% in 2011 as a result of the slowdown in demand caused by the deterioration in corporate profits following the Tohoku Earthquake, as well as the relocation and withdrawal of multinational companies. The earthquake has also increased awareness of the seismic compliance of buildings with companies moving to Grade A buildings with better seismic design, according to a research report by Jones Lang LaSalle, a professional services firm specializing in real estate.

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Offers Entire Hotel Property for Booking

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is offering the chance to book the entire hotel for an exclusive stay to commemorate its fifth anniversary on December 2, 2010.

Taipei-Tokyo direct flights said to boost property market

The launch of direct flights between airports in the downtowns of Taipei and Tokyo slated for Sunday is expected to boost the property market in two areas near the Taipei airport, according to real estate agents.

Drop in pre-owned condo prices in Tokyo

Andrew Batt Property Report 28.10.2010

Asian Investors Eye Tokyo Property Sale

Atsuko Fukase The Wall Street Journal 17.10.2010
Drop in pre-owned condo prices in Tokyo

Prices of pre-owned condominiums in greater Tokyo averaged 29.58 million yen (US$363,449) per 70 sqm in September, down 0.4 per cent on the month, an industry survey has revealed.

Asian Investors Eye Tokyo Property Sale

Japan’s once-storied real estate sector has gone from bubbly to bad, to even worse in recent years. But an upcoming commercial property sale in Tokyo, which is seen as a litmus test for the market, is drawing a new kind of investor: Asian money.

Tokyo Property Poised to Rebound, Chuo Mitsui Says (Update1)

Finbarr Flynn and Takako Taniguchi Bloomberg 18.06.2009
London (West End) World's Most Expensive Office Market; Hong Kong (CBD) Now Ranks Second

London's West End remains the world's most expensive office market, according to CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. (CBRE) Global Research and Consulting's semi-annual Global Office Rents survey. Hong Kong's Central Business District (CBD) has risen to second place pushing Tokyo's Inner Central to third place. Mumbai is now in fourth position on the list while Moscow remains in fifth in the CBRE rankings, which tracks occupancy costs for prime office space in 176 cities around the globe.

Tokyo Property Poised to Rebound, Chuo Mitsui Says (Update1)

June 18 (Bloomberg) -- Tokyo’s property market is poised to rebound as overseas investors seek bargains in Japan’s biggest cities, said Kazuo Tanabe, president of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc.

Tokyo Property Market Poised to Rebound, Chuo Mitsui Chief Says

Finbarr Flynn and Takako Taniguchi Bloomberg 18.06.2009
Tokyo Property Market Poised to Rebound, Chuo Mitsui Chief Says

(Bloomberg) -- Tokyo’s property market is poised to rebound as overseas investors seek bargains in Japan’s biggest cities, said Kazuo Tanabe, president of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc.

3 CONTRACTORS' REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROFITS TO SINK IN FY09

TOKYO, Jun 09, 2009 (AsiaPulse via COMTEX) -- OBYCF | Quote | Chart | News | PowerRating -- Three of Japan's top four general contractors are expected to reap lower profits from real estate development operations in the year ending March 31, 2010, as a result of slumping market prices.


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