Park Mansion Mita Tsunamachi to go on sale this month

Park Mansion Mita Tsunamachi The Forest Modelroom

Mitsui’s latest development – Park Mansion Mita Tsunamachi The Forest – goes on sale at the end of this month. Although prices have yet to be officially announced, this could be the most expensive condominium to go on sale in Tokyo this year. The model room was opened to the public over the weekend, but we had a sneak peak last week.

The 11-storey building is currently under construction 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).

About the model room

The 167 sqm (1,797 sqft) 1-Bedroom room is filled with optional extras and non-standard finishes. The original plan for this apartment is two bedrooms, one bathroom and a study. In addition this apartment, along with two others, also have private ‘atelier’ rooms on the 10th floor. The atelier that comes with this particular apartment is 35 sqm and has a mini kitchen, toilet, shower room and a 21 sqm roof terrace. Perfect for a home office, man cave or guest room.

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Japan’s first million-dollar apartment

Price: 96,000,000 JPY
Size: 134.65sqm (1450 sqft)
Price per sqm: 713,000 JPY

Akasaka Park Mansion was Japan’s first building to have an apartment priced over 100 million Yen.

The “Park Mansion” apartments by Mitsui Fudosan are the most prestigious and are recognized as one of the top brands of apartments in Japan to this day.

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Park Mansion Mita Hyugazaka (Under Construction)

*Update: All 11 units that were initially offered for sale in May, 2010, sold within 9 days. As of late September, 2010, there are 4 unsold units remaining.

Located across the street from the Australian Embassy and the Tsunamachi Mitsui Club.

Hyugazaka is the name given to the slope between Mita 1 and 2 Chome.?In historical times, the Mita area was the location of Daimyo’s mansions (feudal rulers).

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