Average price: 1,800,000 Yen/sqm
Size range: 42.01 ~ 124.47 sqm (452 ~ 1339 sq.ft)
Location: Nishiazabu, Minato-ku
The Parkhouse Nishiazabu Residence was developed by Mitsubishi Jisho Residence, CapitaLand and SECOM Home Life Co.
This is the first building over 19 stories to be built in the Nishiazabu 1~4 Chome address since 1970.
Residents of The Parkhouse Nishiazabu will have the exclusive use of a Mercedes Benz car-sharing service. Mercedes Benz will have several cars parked in the building’s car park and residents can choose to borrow the cars to drive themselves, or use the services of a chauffeur. Don’t want to drive? The building is is walking distance to Hiroo’s international supermarkets, schools, cafes, parks and Embassies.
Monthly building management and repair fund fees are approximately 572 Yen/sqm (based on apartment’s internal floor area).
The top floor penthouse apartment features 4 meter high ceilings.
In January 2014, two construction workers died on site in an workplace-related accident.
A large number of apartments in this building were purchased by investors. As of September 2014, 57 apartments (30% of the building) were advertised for rent.
Apartments were priced from 40 ~ 290 million Yen when brand new, with an average price of 1,300,000 Yen/sqm. All new apartments had sold out by April 2014.
Hiroo Sta. – 6 min walk
Roppongi Sta. – 12 min walk
Nogizaka Sta. – 14 min walk
Azabu Juban Sta. – 17 min walk
|No. of units:||190|
|Construction Company:||Toda Corporation|
|Developer:||Mitsubishi Jisho Residence and CapitaLand|
|Carparking:||87 spaces (45,000 ~ 67,500 Yen/month)|
|Land size:||3031.63 sqm|
The Penthouse Modelroom:
|APARTMENTS PREVIOUSLY LISTED FOR SALE|
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