We will contribute to the creation of a global financial city by revitalizing areas.
Heiwa Real Estate was founded as a company that owns and leases stock exchange buildings, and currently owns the Tokyo Stock Exchange Building, the Osaka Securities Exchange Building, the Nagoya Stock Exchange Building, and the Fukuoka Shoken Building.
Supporting Japan’s financial infrastructure, we redeveloped the Osaka Securities Exchange Building, the Nagoya Stock Exchange Building by establishing relationships of trust with various stakeholders to obtain their cooperation. We have also launched the first phase of the Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho Revitalization Project.
We are leveraging the features of Nihonbashi Kabutocho, which is home to a securities market, to revitalize this district over the medium and long term. In doing so, we will contribute to the “Global Financial City: Tokyo” vision as we fulfill our social responsibility of contributing to the future of Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho.
Heiwa Real Estate strives to be a company that contributes to revitalizing areas nationwide with its building leasing business at the core of operations
The Heiwa Real Estate Group’s Leasing Business oversees the leasing of buildings in major cities across Japan, while its Real Estate Solutions Business deals in asset management and the acquisition of real estate for capital gains. The Group is also redeveloping Tokyo’s Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho district, the area in which Heiwa Real Estate was originally established.
Aiming to be a company that “contributes to revitalizing areas,” beginning with the redevelopment of the Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho areas.
We are advancing to our next phase: “Aiming to be a company that contributes to revitalizing areas.” Our objective is to increase our presence in society and build the foundation for further growth and increased corporate value. We also plan to employ the expertise we acquire through the redevelopment of Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho in revitalizing other urban districts.
A district where people connect, and where investment and growth are born
Supporting Japan’s financial infrastructure, by establishing relationships of trust with various stakeholders to obtain their cooperation, we have also launched the first phase of the Nihonbashi Kabutocho and Kayabacho Revitalization Project.
Since the Meiji era, Kabutocho has been an entrepreneurial district for investment and securities, a district where innovation has been in step with the times, where investors have gathered and where a broad array of information has been exchanged. This historical background and other factors were the basis for our concept of a district where people connect, and where investment and growth are born. Our goal is revitalization that is unique to Kabutocho by harmonizing Kabutocho’s potential with neighboring districts.
We make it a basic policy to distribute profit to our shareholders by setting a consolidated payout ratio of approximately 30% as a medium- to long-term target in consideration of the importance of maintaining the internal cash reserves required to increase our corporate value through the stable development of the redevelopment business, the building leasing business, and other businesses of the Group over the long term.