During the Edo era, the residents of Kichijoji Monzen-cho, located outside the Koishikawa Suidobashi, were said to have migrated to this area because of the damage caused by the Great Fire of Meireki and named this area "Kichijoji". "Kichijoji" has been developed since the Meiji era and is a highly popular residential area that is in harmony between the commercial environment and the abundant living environment. The property is located approximately 14 minutes walk from Kichijoji Station, the Keio Inokashira Line and the JR Chuo Line, and it is located in a highly accessible location with good access to urban commercial facilities and office districts with taking approximately 14 minutes from the station to "Shinjuku" Station and approximately 28 minutes from the station to "Tokyo" Station.
The surrounding area is a shopping district that has a high degree of town touring due to the coexistence of largescale retail stores with shopping districts such as Kichijoji Sunroad Shopping Street where small shops gather. The area also has a rich natural environment, including Inokashira OnshiPark which have been selected as one of the 100 Nihon Sakura famous place and Zenpukuji Park. The Investment Corporation considers that the location offers both high living convenience and a favorable living environment, so that a wide range of rental demand from single-person households or couple households commuting to the city center is expected.
||1-23-20 Higashi-cho, Kichijo-ji, Musashino-shi, Tokyo
||Reinforced concrete structure/ Fifth-story building
|Total Leasable Floor Area
|Total Leasable Units||21 units|
||February 28, 2020
||Mar 13, 2020
||621 million yen