Park Mansion Mita Tsunamachi The Forest 6F

498,000,000 Yen
(3,770,000 Yen/sqm)
2 Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom, 132.09 sqm
Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Park Mansion Mita Tsunamachi The Forest is a 11-storey luxury condominium located on a large 6,100 sqm site directly south of the Australian Embassy. It is directly across the street from the gardens of the historic members-only Tsunamachi Mitsui Club as well as Mitsui’s very first Park Mansion building – Mita Tsunamachi Park Mansion (1971).

Residents and their guests can enter via a 50 meter long sweeping driveway that leads to the formal entrance. Upon entering the foyer with stained-glass by Albano Poli and stonework by Masatoshi Izumi, they will be greeted by a concierge counter which can provide assistance with arranging house-keeping, catering, calling taxis, and so on. The 3rd floor will have a fitness room with ‘Technogym’ equipment designed by Italian architect Antonion Citterio. Residents can choose to relax in the lounges, and can host functions or guests in the private villa located in a secluded corner of the grounds. The villa contains a kitchen and entertaining area, bedroom and large bathroom with spa tub.

The building is surrounded by carefully landscaped gardens designed by California-based Daniel Garness. The gardens also feature a number of traditional Japanese lanterns and stonework designed to blend seamlessly with the adjoining embassy.

Several of the car-parks in the basement contain plug-in points for Hybrid cars.

This is a 2-Bedroom corner apartment on the 6th floor. It is north and east facing and looks towards the Australian Embassy and Tsunamachi Mitsui Club estate. The apartment includes an enclosed kitchen, two storage closets, a master bedroom with walk-in closet, a bathroom with double-basin vanity and a separate guest toilet.

One car park is included with the apartment. (Machine type parking suitable for a high-roof vehicle; L5300mm x W1950mm x H2100mm x 2300kg).

NTT flips condominium building in Azabujuban

IKSIKS Azabujuban 1

NTT Urban Development and renovation company Rebita have converted a 27-year old former expat rental apartment building in Azabujuban into condominium units for individual sale.

The building, now called IKSIKS Azabujuban, is a 6-storey building completed in 1989. It was originally called Sun Palace Minamiazabu, and apartments were renting for around 3,300 ~ 3,500 Yen/sqm per month until recently. Several apartments are still occupied by tenants and won’t be available until the tenants agree to move out.

NTT acquired the building in 2015. Renovations were completed at the end of last month, and three of the thirteen apartments in the building are already under contract.

City Tower Azabu Juban 15F

3-Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom, 81.38 sqm
Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo

*This apartment was sold in November 2015 and is no longer available*

City Tower Azabu Juban is a high-rise apartment building located a short walk from the popular Azabu Juban restaurant quarter. Facilities include a coach entrance, guest parking, concierge, conference room and resident lounge.

This is a 3-Bedroom apartment on the 15th floor. It is south-west facing. The apartment features custom built-in cabinetry, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a master bedroom with walk-in closet, storage closet, and a shoe closet.