Stunning development located in Nishinari-ku, Osaka.
The building has 36 apartments made up of 1 – 2 bedrooms ranging from 324 – 647sqft (30 – 60 sqm) in size.
Completion – Q4 2021
Located in a traditional Japanese residential and commercial district, where food, shopping, and medical care are readily available.
A multitude of coffee shops, bookstores, and convenience stores can be find following an iconic food court and supermarket at the exit of the station.
Nearby amenities also include the Tengachaya shopping street, where historical values of architecture and building styles could be discovered. Tourists typically get to immerse themselves into the local culture and lifestyle during their stay.
Transport links are easily accessible with just a 5-minute walk to Tengachaya Station where the 5 major lines intersect, including Nankai Line to airport / Wakayama, Koya Line, Sakaisuji Line, JR Kansai Line / Kintetsu to Nara, Hankyu Kyoto Line to Kyoto.
A further option with just a 6-minute walk to Kishinosato Station in Yotsubashi, easy and direct access to Namba, Shinsaibashi, as well as other parts in the city centre.
Further highlights of the development and location include:
1 – Osaka having won the official title to host the World Expo in 2025. In line with that, the Japanese government has speculated that the economy will spike as high as 2 trillion yen, and potentially drive in up to 28 million tourists from both domestic and foreign. This also translates to the benefit of the property sector as well.
2 – The golden age of Osaka is approaching: G20 summit in 2019, opening of casino in 2024, followed by the World Expo in 2025. There will be a surge in tourism, overall economy, culture, and technology expected to be seen while ushering in this golden age of Japan. Osaka will then be seen as the prominent city in the world.
3 – With the above favourable factors mentioned, Osaka is deemed to have a huge potential for capital appreciation growth on properties.
Home Area:323 sqft