This area was named "Toyosu" because of hope for being an abundant cay for future in July 1937 and now is a rapidly developing residential area that has characteristic of a complex city for working, living, playing and learning. Toyosu is also famous for the fact that the first store of "Seven Eleven" which is said to be the first convenience store in Japan opened. This property is only a eight-minute walk from Toyosu Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, from which about 6 minutes to Ginza 1-chome Station by train. The property provides excellent access to Tokyo's main business and commercial areas. Furthermore, there are some life convenience facilities such as "Urban Dock LaLaport Toyosu" and "Super VIVA HOME Toyosu branch." "Toyosu Park" and "WILD MAGIC" which is urban outdoor park are also within walking distance. Due to the living comfort and environment, in addition to workers around the nearest station, stable rental demand from singles commuting to the central Tokyo is expected.
||1-2-33, Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo
|Total Leasable Floor Area
|Total Leasable Units||242 units|
||Jul. 7, 2017
||Aug 22, 2017
||7,500 million yen