The name Hatagaya is attributed to the folklore of Hata-Arai-Ike (pond-washed flag) and the body of water where Yoshiie Minamoto washed his white war flag and dried it on a nearby pine tree when he passed through the area on his way to Kyoto following the Gosannen War. Since the Edo period, people have settled along the Koshu Kaido where urban development started to take off in 1914 with the opening of a railway line that is the present Keio Line.
The property is located a 6 minute-walk from Hatagaya Station on the Keio New Line, and a 7-minute walk from Sasazuka Station on the Keio Line and the Keio New Line. With a trip from Hatagaya Station to Shinjuku Station, the terminal station on the Keio New Line, taking approximately 5 minutes, transportation access to the commercial and business districts of central Tokyo is extremely favorable. In addition to a large number of shopping districts such as Hatagaya-rokugo and Hatagaya located in the vicinity of Hatagaya Station and Sasazuka Station, there are also several facilities that make living convenient such as supermarkets and post offices. Therefore, a wide range of rental demand is expected from single-person households and couples commuting to central Tokyo, as the property is in a location with both residential comfort and transportation convenience.
||2-24-7 Hatagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
||Reinforced concrete structure with flat roof / Thirteen-story building
|Total Leasable Floor Area
|Total Leasable Units||87 units|
||January 17, 2002
||Feb 27, 2020
||2,500 million yen