Hong Kong-based real estate private equity firm Gaw Capital Partners has led an acquisition of the Minatomirai Center Building, a class A office building located in Yokohama, Japan.
No financial details were disclosed in a company announcement.
It marks the fourth real estate acquisition in Japan led by Gaw, which has previously acquired Hyatt Regency Osaka for US$30 million in 2014, Aoyama Building in Tokyo for US$65.3 million last January, and Project Arrows, a retail flagship property in Omotesando, Tokyo, for an undisclosed amount.
Located in Yokohama’s central business district, Minatomirai is a 21-storey office building loctated on a 10,000 square meter site, and was completed in 2010. It has direct access to the Minato Mirai subway station, which connects to both Tokyo and Haneda International Airport within 30 minutes, and ...
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