As of February 28, 2021
(45% joint co-ownership interest in the real estate trust beneficiary right)
|Location||403-1 Oyama-cho, Midori-ku, Sagamihara, Kanagawa|
|Completion date||January 9, 2015|
|Total floor space (Note 1)||145,809.59 m²|
|Land area (Note 1)||67,746.26 m²|
|Leasable area (Note 2)||58,487.96 m²|
|Appraisal NOI yield||4.6％|
|Number of tenants (Note 3)||15|
|Nearest train station||Approx. 1.0 km from "Hashimoto Station" of the JR Yokohama Line, JR Sagami Line and Keio Sagamihara Line|
|Major trunk road||Fronts the National Route 16
Approx. 6.5 km from "Sagamihara Interchange" of the Ken-O Expressway
|(Note 1)||“Total floor space” and “Land area” are the figures corresponding to 100% interest in the trust beneficiary right to the property.|
|(Note 2)||“Leasable area” is the sum total of the area regarded as being available for leasing based on each lease agreement, building drawing, etc. for buildings (excluding the leased area stated in the lease agreement for shops, vending machines, photovoltaic power generation facilities and parking spaces).|
|(Note 3)||“Number of tenants” is based on the lease agreements with tenants for warehouses, offices and lands for each property or property in trust.|
■ The area surrounding the facilities has been recognized as quite fitting for logistics hubs over time, as the gateway to the Tokyo metropolitan area for those who come from western Japan. So high tenant demand can be expected.
■ As to expressways, junction with Tomei Expressway, Chuo Expressway, etc. via "Ebina Junction" and "Hachioji Junction" make for easy access from outside of the Tokyo metropolitan area.
■ As to the access to other trunk roads, the area is quite close to National Route 129 which runs from north to south in the center of Kanagawa Prefecture as well as to National Route 16 which is one of the main circular roads of the Tokyo metropolitan area. That ensures high transportation efficiency for the facilities.
■ The site is a walking distance from Hashimoto Station of JR Yokohama Line, JR Sagami Line and Keio Sagamihara Line, as well as being quite close from a residential area. So respective location is advantageous for them to secure a necessary workforce for the facilities.
■ The site directly faces National Route 16, a major circular road of the Tokyo metropolitan area.
■ Dedicated up and down ramps make for easy direct loading from and unloading to each floor.
■ Multiple entrances and exits for large vehicles make for easy entry to and exit from the building.
■ Central lanes are in place to secure highly-safe line of flow.
■ Enough attention has been paid to BCP in that quake-absorbing structure was adopted for the buildings and that emergency power generators (workable for 72 hours) are equipped.
■ Advanced security system (working 24 hours and 365 days a year) was adopted for the buildings.