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Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, announced today that Naoki Mita has joined the firm in Tokyo as Director of Landlord Representation, Retail Services. The Retail Landlord Representation Services team provides leasing advisory services to landlords, developers and owners of retail properties, including shopping centers throughout Japan. Naoki will leverage his 26 years of retail experience, which includes shopping center tenancy and store management, to expand Cushman & Wakefield’s Landlord Representation services in Tokyo and in regional cities throughout Japan.
Isao Suga • 01/04/2020
Cushman & Wakefield has released their APAC Office Report: Outlook 2020, which has indicated greater opportunities for occupiers despite a challenging 2020 ahead resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak. An overall economic slowdown in Asia Pacific appears inevitable in 2020, but occupiers will likely enjoy declines in rental levels and enhanced lease terms.
Hideaki Suzuki • 27/03/2020
Cushman & Wakefield acts as real estate advisor for the newly opened ‘remm plus GINZA’ hotel in Tokyo’s premier Ginza / Shimbashi District
Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, acted as real estate advisor to Daito Trust Construction Co., Ltd. on their “remm plus GINZA” hotel project.
Yuko Okayasu • 26/03/2020
Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, announced today that Cushman & Wakefield Asset Management K.K. will execute a value-add strategy and renovate a warehouse located in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, to provide cold storage facilities. The property’s North Wing will be occupied from September 2020, and the South Wing is currently being marketed to new tenants.
Yuko Okayasu • 09/03/2020
Cushman & Wakefield Advises on the Lease Acquisition for New Logistics Facility in Shiraoka City, Japan
A 4-storey logistics facility located in Shiraoka, Saitama Prefecture developed by Tokyu Land Corporation was leased to Trancom, a comprehensive logistics services company.
Yuko Okayasu • 13/02/2020
The retirement of Baby Boomers and the debut of Generation Z workers, along with other demographic shifts, have major implications for real estate occupiers, investors and policy-makers around the world, according to a new global research report from Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK). All stakeholders need to understand the impact of these trends and how to position themselves to maximize opportunities.
Yuko Okayasu • 08/01/2020
Singapore Market Ranks #6 Due to Low Environmental Risk and Presence of Most Major Global Colocation Operators
Yuko Okayasu • 21/01/2020
Cushman & Wakefield Japan participated in Tokyo Run 2019, a fundraising event on Saturday, November 30th organized by the RFTC, Japan’s leading breast cancer foundation in the Hibiya Park in Tokyo & at the nearby public roads. Run for The Cure/Walk for Life is an event which aim is to raise greater breast cancer awareness in Japan. For cause well-wishers, it encourages 5 km / 10 km runs and 3 km walks for adults and kids.
Yuko Okayasu • 06/12/2019
Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, is pleased to announce that it has successfully placed several luxury retail brands into the main commercial floor of Shibuya Scramble Square. The 47-floor facility, directly linked to Shibuya Station is owned by Tokyu, JR East, and Tokyo Metro.
Yuko Okayasu • 07/11/2019