As part of our residential property business, NSKRE is working on a wide array of projects that spark the development of towns. We address problems faced by the city and perform urban redevelopment projects to promote the rebuilding of apartments. Besides housing, we also conduct large-scale development projects to create a community. NSKRE also works on urban development projects to deliver housing that satisfies every need of urban residents with diverse lifestyles. NSKRE hopes to pass on an ever-shining town to the next generation through these projects.
Shibaura in Minato Ward, Tokyo
Total number of units: 3,763 (Condominium: 1,928 units; Rental Apartments 1,835 units)
Completed in September 2008
This is a renovation of whole city block in which an "island" with a total development area of 6 hectares was recreated through government-civic collaboration. With the aim of creating a community that transcends generations, centered on condominiums and rental apartments, Shibaura Island encompasses commercial facilities, a health club, a mall of medical clinics and institutions for the elderly as well.
Park Court Azabujuban The Tower
Mita in Minato Ward, Tokyo
Total number of units: 440
Completed in May 2010
The center of the Mita Koyama-cho District Type-I urban redevelopment project aimed at building a disaster-resistant urban area and restoring the residential population. In collaboration with the local community, we are promoting town creation that hands down the community from one generation to the next.
The Jingumae Residence
Jingumae in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo
Total number of units: 220
Completed in April 2013
The Harajuku Housing Apartment, completed in 1957 was rebuilt as this large-scale condominium. As a new Jingumae landmark, the site is awash with nature with approx. 55% of its lot being vacant.
Terrace Shibuya Mitake
Shibuya in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo
Total number of units: 196
Completed in December 2012
A tower residential complex comprising housing, business and retail facilities. The Mitake Building, completed in 1959, was rebuilt to create this complex, which features a mid-story isolation structure between the third and fourth floors.
Yokohama Momijizaka Residence
Nishi Ward, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Total number of units: 368 Completed in November 2011
The Hanasaki Housing Estate sold by Japan Housing Corp. (currently, Urban Renaissance Agency – UR) (4 stories above ground, 4 buildings, 88 units in total) was rebuilt into the Yokohama Momijizaka Residence (10-11 stories above ground, 3 buildings and one communal building, 368 units in total). Completed in November 2011, it is one of the largest-scale rebuilt apartments in Yokohama City. With its impressive external appearance featuring red brick-like tiles and glass as well as symbolic gas lamps, it embodies Yokohama’s history, aesthetic awareness and manners that should be handed down from one generation to the next. Alongside the Momijizaka slope is also a public open space for people to enjoy leaf peeping in fall.
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