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T-4 Kadoma

  • Osaka
  • Less than 10,000㎡
  • Single
Location 9-7 Tonoshimacho, Kadoma, Osaka
Site Area 3,975.60 m2
Total leasable area 7,416.18 m2
Structure/Floors Steel-frame reinforced concrete structure, flat roof, 5-story building
Completed March 26, 1993
Acquisition Date Jun. 27, 2007
Acquisition Price 989 million yen
No. of Tenants 1
Major Tenants Kowa Company, Ltd.

Income(Loss) from Real Estate Leasing Business

(million yen)

The 20th Period The 21th Period The 22th Period The 23th Period The 24th Period
Real estate leasing business revenue 非開示* 非開示* 非開示* 非開示* 非開示*
Real estate leasing business expenses 非開示* 非開示* 非開示* 非開示* 非開示*
NOI 40 45 44 44 43
Depreciation 9 10 10 10 10
Loss on Write-offs of noncurrect assets -
Income(loss) from real estate leasing business 30 35 33 34 32
CAPEX 49 -
Book Value 1,096 1,086 1,075 1,065 1,055
Appraisal Value 1,570 1,600 1,650 1,470 1,500
* Not disclosed, for unable to obtain the tenant’s consent.

Location Profile

The property is situated in an area well-suited to consumer logistics operations, due to its location within a 10km radius east of central Osaka, a major commercial hub serving the larger Kansai area. Due to its proximity to the production bases of many major manufacturers, the facility can also expect to benefit from manufacturing logistics demand.
The property also enjoys excellent access to major roadways, located approximately 1km from the Kadoma Interchange on the Kinki Expressway and 3km from the Moriguchi Exit of the Hanshin Expressway, effectively ensuring a competitive advantage in terms of broad coverage of the Kansai area. Furthermore, it enjoys excellent access to key nodal points in the area's logistics network, including the Kita-Osaka Truck Terminal only 8km away and the Osaka Freight Terminal Station only 5km away. These advantages, along with the ready availability of local labor resources, suggest that the property is ideally suited as a location for logistics operations. Moreover, the property also stands to benefit from the lack of service currently provided by largescale logistics facilities to the inland Osaka area.

Facility Profile

The property is a comparatively large logistics facility for its location in an urban district. It is equipped with effective column spacing from 7.9m to 9.4m, a standard ceiling height from 5.8m to 6.0m on each floor and a floor load (warehouse section) of 1.2 tons per m2, making it a suitable storage and delivery base for both general consumer goods and manufactured goods. In the past, it benefited from the high population density of its locale and served as a trunk room storage facility.

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