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Unizo Holdings

2-10-0, Hatchobori, Chuo-ku
Tokyo, JP
(813) 352-3753
Website

Unizo Holdings is a real estate developer and investment firm based in Japan. Originally formed in 1959 as the Daisho Fudosan Company, the company was until recently known as Jowa Holdings and had been known for purchasing commercial property, golf courses, hotels, and shopping centers in Tokyo and other areas of Japan. Unizo also has real estate management and cleaning services, as well as a brokerage arm. The Japanese company has recently made an increased push to purchase New York City real estate along with other Japanese investment firms. In 2013 the company bought the 400,000-square-foot office building at 440 Ninth Avenue owned by Sherwood Equities for $210 million. In 2015 Unizo went on a spree, buying 321 West 44th Street for $165 million (which it then renovated), two office buildings in Madison Square Park for $210 million, and 370 Lexington Avenue for $247 million. In 2015, the company officially changed its name to Unizo Holdings.

  • Event Sales
  • Address 321 West 44th Street
  • Neighborhood Midtown West
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 181,021
  • Price $ 152,500,000
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The buyer purchased the Midtown West property for $152.5 million.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 440 Ninth Avenue
  • Neighborhood Penn Plaza
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 411,000
  • Price $ 269,000,000
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The buyer purchased the Penn Plaza property for $269 million.
  • Event office Leasing
  • Address 40 West 25th Street
  • Neighborhood Midtown South
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 22,000
notes
The Berlin-based food kit service signed a lease.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 370 Lexington Avenue
  • Neighborhood Midtown
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 295,106
  • Price $ 247,000,000
  • Price per foot $ 836.99
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The office building sold for $247 million.

02/26/2016
The largest traditional office building sale to close during that end-of-the-year stretch was the $247 million purchase of the 295,000-square-foot 370 Lexington Avenue by Unizo Holdings â€' although there are several mega-deals pending, like RXR Realty’s expected purchase of 1285 Sixth Avenue for $1.7 billion...