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T-5 Komaki

  • Aichi
  • Less than 10,000㎡
  • Single
Location 790-1 Nagata, Shimozue, Komaki, Aichi
Site Area 11,057.18 m2
Total leasable area 9,486.45 m2
Structure/Floors Steel-frame structure, alloyplated steel sheet roof, 2-story building
Completed August 5, 1994
Acquisition Date Dec. 27, 2007
Acquisition Price 2,100 million yen
No. of Tenants 1
Major Tenants Nippon Access, Inc.

Income(Loss) from Real Estate Leasing Business

(million yen)

The 25th Period The 26th Period The 27th Period The 28th Period The 29th 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 51 51 49 25 50
Depreciation 15 15 15 15 15
Loss on Write-offs of noncurrect assets 0 -
Income(loss) from real estate leasing business 35 36 34 9 34
Book Value 1,903 1,888 1,872 1,857 1,841
Appraisal Value 2,070 2,110 2,130 2,080 2,070
* Not disclosed, for unable to obtain the tenant’s consent.

Location Profile

The site serves as a node for the area and features excellent access to expressways and major gateways, situated approximately 6km from the Komaki Interchange on both the Tomei Expressway and the Meishin Expressway. As such, the area is attracting attention as a central logistics base that can provide coverage of the entire Chubu region.
The property is situated in an area well-suited to consumer logistics operations, due to its location within 15km of Nagoya, a major commercial hub serving the entire Chubu region. Due to its proximity to the production bases of many major manufacturers, the facility can also expect to benefit from manufacturing logistics demand. Due to its location within an area dedicated to manufacturing, the facility can be run around the clock. Coupled with the comparatively ready availability of local labor resources, the site is thus ideally suited as a location for logistics operations.

Facility Profile

The property was designed as a DC-type logistics center that reflects the requested specifications of the tenant, serving as its delivery base for the Chubu region. The facility is divided into sections to enable various temperature-controlled environments (freezer storage, refrigerated storage and normal temperature storage) for the tenant's products, and ample space is secured for efficient incoming and outgoing cargo processing, sorting and picking operations. The facility is also equipped with dual-sided berths to handle frequent traffic, and of the 28 shipping entrances, 15 feature dock shelters. These and other attributes of the facility enable the maintenance of product freshness, the improvement of on-site operational efficiency and the reduction of costs.

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