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Dai-ichi Frontier Life to relocate to Hibiya Fort Tower

The Dai-ichi Frontier Life Insurance will relocate its headquarters to Hibiya Fort Tower in Nishi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku. With this relocation, it will promote...

Shimizu subsidiary acquires vacant building near Nihombashi Station

It has come to light that Shimizu Comprehensive Development of Chuo-ku, a subsidiary of general contractor Shimizu, acquired an office property in Nihombashi, Chuo-ku.

Aizawa Securities acquires new apartment building in Meguro-ku

Aizawa Securities acquired a rental apartment building in Kakinokizaka, Meguro-ku.

Successful tender by sponsor leads Invesco Office J-REIT delisted

U.S.-based Invesco Group revealed that the take-over-bid (TOB) targeting Invesco Office J-REIT was successfully implemented. It will acquire 65.07% of the total investment units. It also plans to...

Industrial Fund to acquire entire Takeda Pharma’s R&D center

Industrial & Infrastructure Fund (IIF), a REIT affiliated with trading firm Mitsubishi Corporation, will acquire a 40% quasi co-ownership interest in IIF Shonan Health Innovation Park in Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture.

Hitachi group sells office building near Yokohama Station

Chiyoda-ku real estate company Hitachi Real Estate Partners, which is part of the Hitachi group, sold an office building in Kita-Saiwai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama City. The buyer was...

GLP to build 75,000m2 Osaka logistics/retail facility

Through a special purpose company, GLP Japan will construct a logistics and retail facility with an aggregate gross floor area of approximately 75,000 m2 in Yata, Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka City, along with a park.

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WHAT'S IN THE MONTHLY REPORT: JULY 2021

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Local Markets: Osaka

Betting on Demand Bounce

Investors not concerned even by signs of potential land price collapse
Having lost inbound consumption, a pillar of its economy in recent years, Osaka is under quasi-state of emergency declaration and its Minami area has fallen quiet, also losing domestic visitors. Despite this, some particularly opportunistic foreign funds have started acquiring hotels and retail facilities, predicting that demand will return. On the other hand, most office tenants are in a wait-and-see mood, so relocation and expansion are sluggish in the office market.
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