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KDX Residence Sakurajosui
Tokyo metropolitan area
KDX Residence Sakurajosui
KDX Residence Sakurajosui
KDX Residence Sakurajosui
Takaidoshuku was the first district of inns along the Koshu Kaido, one of five major highways originating at Tokyo's Nihonbashi in the Edo Period. Takaido, which means "high well," is said to originate from a natural spring in a high part of this village. This property is about a three-minute walk from Sakurajosui Station on the Keio Line, from which about 13 minutes to Shinjuku Station by train, providing excellent transportation convenience. Furthermore, the property is in a quiet residential area. A supermarket and banks are nearby and the Shimo-Takaido Shopping Arcade, with about 260 stores, is within walking distance. Convenience for transportation and various facilities for everyday activities are expected to generate consistent rental demand chiefly from singles.
Location 1-26-14, Shimo-takaido, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
Structure RC
TypeStudio
Site Area 423.37 ㎡
Total Leasable Floor Area 1,227.16 ㎡
Total Leasable Units43 units
Completion Date Sep. 13, 2016
Acquisition Date Nov 1, 2016
Acquisition Price 894 million yen

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