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Seibu Properties leverages the resources held by the Seibu Group to engage in a wide range of development endeavors that include hotels, commercial buildings, office buildings, residences and parking areas.
In developing the areas along Seibu Railway lines, Seibu Properties is endeavoring to improve the convenience of Seibu Railway passengers while aiming to realize the transition “from stations where people just pass through to stations where people come together.” One of the ways it does so is to establish facilities that offer living convenience by striving to develop wayside areas chosen by customers and, in the process, facilitate the opening of childrearing support facilities and the vitalization of towns.
Additionally, in its urban redevelopment efforts, Seibu Properties is carrying out the complex redevelopment of the former site of the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka, which spans an approximate area of 30,400 m2, and is otherwise endeavoring to conduct highly-attractive urban development that serves to bring forth new value-added.

Description of Current Projects

Tokorozawa Station East Exit Building Plan 〈 Phase Ⅰ scheduled to open in March 2018; Phase Ⅱin Summer 2020 〉

With the “Tokorozawa Station East Exit Building Plan,” based on the idea of promoting the evolution of the City of Tokorozawa while also keeping future development plans for the West Exit in sight, Seibu Properties is pushing forward with the development of a community-oriented station building centered on a commercial facility that offers a high level of convenience to both station passengers and nearby residents.

Description of Past Projects

DaiyaGate Ikebukuro 〈 Opened in Apr 2019 〉

Seibu Properties will utilize the space above tracks on the Seibu Railway Ikebukuro Line and a site that it owns on the west side of those tracks to build a 18-story office building with two sublevels that has a commercial facility placed on its lower floors. The total office area available for rent will be among the highest in the Ikebukuro area.

Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho

On the former site of the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka, which closed its doors in March 2011, Seibu Properties constructed the “Kioi Tower,” which houses a hotel, offices, a commercial facility and conference rooms, and “Kioi Residence,” a lease residence building, all while preserving and restoring the former residence of Yi Un (the former Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka Old Building), which is designated as one of Tokyo’s tangible cultural properties. “Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho,” which is made up of those two buildings, underwent its grand opening in July 2016.

Eminade Shakujii-Koen

The wayside areas of Seibu Railway lines effectively combine the appeal of both Tokyo’s center and its suburbs. A representative location of those areas is “Shakujii-Koen Station.” Using new space created through railway elevation and the surrounding area, as well as “Making this town into one that makes existing residents feel glad to live there and compels others to want to live there” as the facility’s motif, Seibu Properties pushed forward with this complex urban development project that proposes lifestyle options to people, one where clothing, food and housing as well as public functions are all available. This facility, called “Eminade Shakujii-Koen,” was completed in March 2017.

“Emio:” In-station commercial facilities at Seibu Railway stations

Since the opening of “Emio Nerima” in 2007, the “Emio” series of in-station commercial facilities at Seibu Railway stations has grown to 15 locations (Ikebukuro, Nerima, Nakamurabashi, Fujimidai, Nerima-Takanodai, Shakujii-Koen, Hoya, Hibarigaoka (operation temporarily suspended), Higashi-Kurume, Takadanobaba, Musashi-Seki, Tanashi, Shin-Tokorozawa, Sayamashi and Musashisakai) that play a part in elevating the value of areas along Seibu Railway lines. Through “Emio,” Seibu Properties is helping those stations make the transition “from stations where people just pass through to stations where people come together” by providing everyday convenience, relaxation and enjoyment and making Emio facilities into community-oriented ones that will please local residents as well as station passengers.

Record of Past Emio Projects

Emio Ikebukuro (Opened in Oct 2014)

Emio Nerima-Takanodai (Opened in Jun 2012)

Emio Sayamashi (Opened in Jun 2011)

Emio Higashi-Kurume (Opened in May 2010)