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R-106Esty Maison Toyosu Residence

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Location 3-5-3 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Acquisition price 6,050 million yen
Structure / Floors RC、14F
Total floor area 26,364.53 ㎡
Total leasable area 23,538.73 ㎡
Completion February 2008

Property Characteristics

This property is a high-rise rental condominium with attached retail stores, and it is primarily made up of compact-type and family-type residential units. It is located about a five-minute walk from Toyosu Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line and the Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Waterfront Line (Yurikamome).
With the completion of Toyosu Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line in 1988, the Toyosu area where this property is located was supplied with a number of large buildings and became recognized as a major office area in Tokyo due to leading companies moving into those buildings as tenants. Recent years have seen the progressive development of super-high-rise condominiums, large commercial facilities, and government complexes, and the accumulation of functions in the area has increased rapidly.
From these factors, strong residential demand is expected from single-person households and young families, etc. who desire proximity to the center of Tokyo and convenience in daily life.

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