Maximize the corporate value of the Seibu Group
through the effective use of
Seibu Group’s real estate assets


The Seibu Group owns approximately 41.87 million square meters of land nationwide and approximately 470,000 square meters of land in Tokyo's 23 wards, constituting the Group’s major asset.
The mission of Seibu Properties is to maximize the corporate value of the Group by making effective use of those real estate assets and realizing their full earning potential.
We at Seibu Properties, which plays a central role as the key to increasing the corporate value of the Seibu Group, are creating cities where people smile and building the future of the Seibu Group, handling everything from development to operation.



Three asset strategies

To fully utilize our assets,
we aim to realize potential earning power from three perspectives, improve profitability, and boost asset efficiency.

Grand Emio Tokorozawa

DaiyaGate Ikebukuro

Increasing the value of existing businesses

Through the expansion and structural alterations as well as the renovation of existing assets in line with existing applications, we further improve their profitability and maintain or increase their competitiveness.

Former Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka

Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho

Reorganizing portfolios

We reorganize business portfolios and convert hotels, commercial facilities, offices, and residential facilities in line with changing needs.
One example is Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho, where the site of the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka was reborn through mixed use development.

PMO Nihonbashi Nicyome

PMO Akihabara II

Concentrate management resources on core businesses

We convert cash generated by expropriation or sale of owned assets with assets that are expected to improve profits.
We also improve asset efficiency and profitability by utilizing non-operating assets such as idle land and underpasses.

The needs generated through operation and management
lead to the next development.

Seibu Properties handles everything from development to operation.
Rather than simply working on isolated projects, we translate the wants and needs of the customers who use our facilities, which we capture through everyday interactions, into the next development, and in doing so, we drive ever-evolving urban development.


Creating new stages

Utilizing the abundant land resources unique to the Seibu Group, we work on projects that produce new value for society. We are engaged in various projects such as station-centered commercial buildings, mixed-used buildings, residential development, and station-front redevelopment.

  • Tokorozawa Station area development
  • DaiyaGate Ikebukuro
  • Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho
  • Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza
  • Development around Shakujii-koen Station
  • Takanawa-Shinagawa Project

Commercial facilities

Enabling rich lifestyles

We bring vitality and liveliness to the city through shopping centers and commercial facilities inside or near stations. We also provide abundant leisure opportunities through facilities such as Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza.


Realizing comfortable everyday living

The Seibu Group has a long history of district development under the theme of “harmony between people and nature." going all the way back to the Taisho era. We utilize the know-how we have cultivated over our history for large-scale sites for sale in lots in the Tokyo metropolitan area and functional and unique condominiums along Seibu Railway.


Spacious leisure propositions

The Seibu Group first developed holiday home areas in Karuizawa in 1918 (Taisho 7), and then in Hakone and other areas. From these achievements, we went on to sell residential resort properties at locations such as Minami Boso and Onjuku Seibu Greentown, which are residential type resorts that overlook the Pacific Ocean.


Creation of highly functional spaces

We offer high-quality office spaces mainly in the Central Tokyo Area and the Shin-Yokohama and Tokorozawa areas. Not only the comfort of workers but also the function of the real estate asset as a local landmark are taken into consideration.

We are also developing other businesses
that are closely related to people's everyday lives.



Three area strategies

We have designated the three areas of “Railways”, “Central Tokyo Area”, and “Resorts” as core areas,
and we prioritize the implementation of measures based on our long-term real estate business strategy for business expansion.

Realization of potential profitability
through effective use of real estate assets
in line with area strategy(core areas)

Further dividing Railway Lines into seven areas,
we seek to maximize the value of railway lines based on the specific strategy for each area.

Areas along the Seibu Railway

We are further enhancing value along railway lines by dividing Railway Lines into seven areas and promoting businesses tailored to the respective characteristics of each area in coordination with urban transportation and businesses along railways.

Resort Areas

In addition to Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza, we are carrying out projects mainly in the Karuizawa area, where group assets such as hotels and golf courses are concentrated.

Central Tokyo Areas

We manage and study large-scale compound development projects centering on the Kioicho area where Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho is located, and the Minato Ward, which has a concentration of large hotels such as Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa.

Main land holdings in Tokyo's 23 wards*1