It is also said that the name of Takaban in Meguro-ku, where this property is located, is derived from the fact that the "takaban", which is the place to monitor and manage a Taka-ba where the generals enjoyed falconry was placed. The Taka-ba of Meguro-area was one of the six Taka-bas that were developed in the Edo era. The opening of the Tokyu Mekama Line (the current Meguro Line) in 1923 and the Tokyu Toyoko Line in 1927 prompted rapid urbanization from Taisho period to Showa period, and the area is now known as one of the largest high-end residential areas in Tokyo.
This property is a small family-type property mainly composed of 1R and 1K in the range of 30m2, and located approximately 6 minutes' walk from Gakugeidai Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line.
The Investment Corporation believes that stable demand is expected from single persons and couple households commuting to the center of Tokyo, because the shopping district surrounding Gakugeidai Station has convenient living facilities such as supermarkets and banks, and access to the terminal station of Shibuya Station and Ikebukuro Station in about six minutes and 23 minutes, respectively from the nearest station, is excellent in terms of transportation convenience to the business and commercial areas of the city center.
||2-4-3, Takaban, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
||Reinforced concrete structure with flat roof / Fifth-story building
|Total Leasable Floor Area
|Total Leasable Units||23 units|
||April 24, 2003
||Feb 27, 2020
||750 million yen