Foretseine Akasaka Tangocho 4F

SOLD3 Bedrooms + 2 Bathrooms, 202.18 sqm
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo


*This apartment sold in June 2018 and is no longer available*

Foretseine Akasaka Tangocho is a luxury 7-storey condominium located just 300 meters from the Akasaka Sacas complex and 300 meters from the Akasaka Palace grounds. The Foretseine brand is developed under a division of Mori Trust, and is one of a small number of true high-end brands of apartment buildings in Tokyo and caters to discerning buyers looking for refined luxury.

There are just 19 apartments in the building and they are tightly held, appealing to wealthy owner-occupiers.

Services include concierge and a 24hr caretaker.

This is a spacious 3-Bedroom corner apartment on the 4th floor. It is south-east and south-west facing and receives natural sunlight. It includes a large living room with open-plan kitchen and informal dining room, a master bedroom with walk-in closet and full ensuite bathroom, and a family bathroom.

The land ownership share for this apartment is approximately 79.66 sqm.

Car parking is not included with the apartment but may be rented separately subject to availability. Trunkroom storage spaces can be rented from 1,800 ~ 4,800 Yen/month (subject to availability).

Park Court Akasaka Hinokicho The Tower 24F

SOLD2 Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom, 72.53 sqm
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo


*This apartment sold in June 2018 and is no longer available*

Park Court Akasaka Hinokicho The Tower is a brand new 44-storey high-rise apartment tower located adjacent to the Tokyo Midtown complex in central Tokyo. Construction was completed in February 2018, with apartments to be delivered to buyers from April 2018 onwards.

The Kengo Kuma-designed luxury residence includes a front desk with concierge service, a gym (a rarity in most condominiums), view lounge and party room. Car parking is very limited in this building, with just 103 spaces for the 322 apartments. Only 13 of those spaces are flat parking, while the rest are machine parking.

This is a 2 Bedroom apartment on the 24th floor. It is south-east facing and has views towards Tokyo Midtown, Hinokicho Park and Tokyo Tower. It includes a full-width balcony, open-plan kitchen, master bedroom with walk-in closet, and wood flooring. This was originally designed to be a 3-Bedroom layout but a larger living/dining room was chosen instead of a third bedroom. The apartment has never been occupied.

Details of Akasaka’s 44-storey condominium announced

Details on Park Court Akasaka Hinokicho The Tower (previously the Akasaka 9 Chome Tower Project) have just been released. The 170m tall, 44-storey condominium, which was designed by Nikken and famed architect Kengo Kuma, is currently under construction on the northern side of Tokyo Midtown.

The high-rise will contain 322 apartments, of which just 163 (50%) will be available for sale. The remainder will go to landholders and participants of the development. The two and three-bedroom apartments will range in size from 57.61 ~ 203.96 sqm (620 ~ 2,195 sq ft). Layouts are cleverly designed and do not contain any windowless bedrooms that you may find in cheaper developments. The largest apartment, a 203 sqm penthouse, includes two full bathrooms, while the rest of the apartments have 1 bathroom.

Sales will begin in September October November 2015 . Prices have yet to be announced, but with apartments in other recent high-rises in Akasaka selling for around 2,000,000 Yen/sqm, it is likely that we will see comparative pricing in this new project. There have been rumours that apartments could be priced as high as 3,000,000 Yen/sqm.

Akasaka Real Estate For Sale

The Akasaka neighbourhood is located just north of Roppongi and contains a variety of low and high-rise apartments, office towers, restaurants and stores.  Retail options include Tokyo Midtown, which contains high-end shopping and dining options, as well as Akasaka Sacas and Ark Hills.

The Akasaka address is part of Tokyo’s “3 A’s” (Akasaka, Aoyama and Azabu), which are considered the most desirable areas in the city. Since the early Meiji period, the elevated areas in Akasaka became home to a number of wealthy Daimyo mansions and other grand estates. Japan’s very first condominium to have all apartments priced over 100 million Yen was ‘Akasaka Park Mansion’.

The following is a selection of apartments, houses, land and investment properties for sale in the Akasaka area:

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