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an interesting real-estate in Shibuya is for sale

Dear international investors,
I saw an interesting real-estate in Shibuya-ku last week.
an interesting real-estate is now for sale

an interesting real-estate is now for sale

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an interesting real-estate is for sale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is a 4-story small commercial building with about 37 sq. meters for each floor.    Its details are as follows:

 

Price: 128,000,000 yen

Location: Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Land: 37.4 sq. meters

Floor area: 142.2 sq. meters

Coverage: 80%

FAR: 400%

Completion: 1996

Current rental revenue: 7,110,000 yen

 

Transportation: 11-min walk to Shibuya station (JR Yamanote Line) & 5-min walk to Shinsen station (Tokyu Inogashira Line)

 

 

 

It is interesting because of its prime location:  it is in-between most crowded areas of Shibuya and Shoto (one of the most exclusive residential neighborhoods in Japan).  Also, the real estate is currently on an about 15-meter wide street, but the street is going to be widened for the next three years and traffic of people will increase greatly.

 

 

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this street on which real-estate stands will be widened

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Belgravia Prova – a trendy Hiroo property is for sale

Living room at Belgravia Prova

Living room at Belgravia Prova

 

Dear international investors,

 

A quality, trendy, brand-new triplex  in a quiet residential neighborhood of  Hiroo is now for sale. 

 

 

Its details are as follows:

 

 

Name:  Belgravia Prova

 

Price: 400,000,000 yen (for 3 units)

 

Location: 3 chome, Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

 

Acreage: 185.14 sq. meters

 

Floor area: 426.70 sq. meters

 

Coverage: 60%

 

FAR: 150%

 

Layout & floor area: Unit SLOAN (3-bedroom, 124.87 sq. meters), Unit CHESTER (2-bedroom, 108.28 sq. meters), Unit EATON (3-bedroom+playroom+car parking + balcony, 193.55 sq. meters)

 

Completion: January 30th, 2009

 

Transportation: 8-min walk to Hiroo station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) & 14-min walk to Ebisu station (JR Yamanote Line)

 

Other features: quiet residential neighborhood, scenic overlook, IH cooker, built-in dishwasher & electric oven, within walking distance of Arisugawa Park, Tokyo Midtown, Roppongi Hills, National Azabu, Meidiya, Hiroo Plaza, embassies, universities, and general hospitals

 

 

a picture of outlook of Belgravia Prova

a picture of outlook of Belgravia Prova

 

 

a living room at Belgravia Prova

a living room at Belgravia Prova

 

 

Belgravia Prova  is a hybrid real-estate in a very quiet residential neighborhood of Hiroo with walking distance to many cultural amanities, such as, Red Cross Hospital, Arisugawa Park, Roppongi Hills, National Azabu, Meidiya, and Roppongi Hills.

 

 

Hiroo is a very popular residential area not only among Japanese people but also amajor  mong international people.  In Hiroo, there are nice shopping areas, parks, medical and educational facilities. 

 

 

Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line provides easy access to both central and suburban parts of Tokyo from Hiroo station.

 

 

View from balcony

View from balcony

picture of attic

picture of attic

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Shinjuku & a famous red-light district of Japan

a picture of skyscraper buildings at Shinjuku station

a picture of skyscraper buildings at Shinjuku station

 

Dear international investors,

 

Shinjuku is one of the most crowded places in the world.  

 

Over 700,ooo passengers use Shinjuku station (for 7 train lines by 5  railway companies) on average every day.  It is the largest train station in the world in terms of the number of users.   While serving as a center of retail business of Japan, it is always bustling with and energized by commuters from western suburbs of  Tokyo and tourists from overseas.  

 

Roughly speaking, it is in the center of a vast commercial area with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Japan’s conglomerates’ buildings on its west, departments and fashion boutiques on its east, and restaurants and entertainments on its north.

 

 

a picture of Yasukuni Street

a picture of Yasukuni Street

 

 

 Almost all kinds of cuisines and entertainments are available in the region.   Also, most of them are reasonably priced. 

 

 

In particular, Kabukicho is a famous and infamous red-light district.  You will probably be dazzled by never- cease-to-flash neon signs.  No other area or town in the world is so bright as Kabukicho at 3 a.m. in morning.  Kabukicho used to be known for unsafeness.  However, thanks to the country’s goverment’s recent efforts to crack down on gangster groups, it is said that the area is now far safer than before.  Still, it is advisable that you be careful when you visit Kabukicho because it is very differnt from the rest of Japan where you can get your wallet back even after leaving it somewhere.

 

 

a picture of Kabukicho in a daytime

a picture of Kabukicho in a daytime

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