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RE-03 Dining Square Akihabara Building

Address 1-16-2 Kandasakumacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Walking Distance from Nearest Station One minute from Akihabara Station, JR Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku, and, Sobu Lines
Total Floor Space 2,354.88㎡
Construction RC
Completed June 1993
Acquisition Date February 7, 2014
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Characteristics of the Location

This property is located within one minute’s walk of JR Akihabara Station, immediately south of the station’s central gate. Akihabara Station offers great potential as a destination station. The area was formerly a specialized area for consumer electronics, but has been converting progressively to a specialized area for hobby-related goods and services, and is gradually attracting the full range of businesses associated with destination station buildings and their surrounding entertainment districts.

The area immediately around Akihabara Station is considered to enjoy high development potential for catering and entertainment businesses.

Property Characteristics

Leased in full to a major karaoke industry player, this property is in multiple use, with the second to fifth floors occupied by four independently branded catering establishments and the sixth to ninth floors by karaoke facilities. The property has maintained competitiveness through the advantage of its location immediately next to a station and the synergistic benefit of a combination of karaoke and catering.

The station-side location also offers the possibility of alternating tenants such as catering, entertainment, services, and other industries.

Press Releases

February 7, 2014
Notice concerning Completion of Asset Acquisition PDF(PDF:437KB)

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