Mita Garden Hills model room opens near Tokyo Tower
On September 20th, the Mita Garden Hills model room was unveiled to the public by joint developers Mitsui Fudosan Residential and Mitsubishi Jisho Residence.
Mita Garden Hills, with 1,002 condos total, is the first joint development of the Garden Hills brand after Hiroo Garden Hills 38 years ago.
With a land size of approx. 2.5 hectares, Mita Garden Hills is the largest condo complex in Tokyo’s Minato ward.
The development includes five buildings, shared facilities, and a diverse range of condos from studios to 4 bedroom units.
Prices range from ¥150 million to ¥4.5 billion, with the majority of buyers so far consisting of own-use and second-home purchasers.
The second phase of sales focusing on West Hill is scheduled to commence in November of 2023. Completion is expected late March of 2025.
Located just a 5 to 7 minute walk from the Oedo Line's Azabu-Juban station and a 10 to 12 minute walk from the Mita Line's Shiba-Koen station, Mita Garden Hills is situated on the former site of the Ministry of Communications and Telecommunications' Insurance Bureau.
Exterior CG courtesy of Mitsubishi Jisho Residence & Mitsui Fudosan Residential
The project neighbors Mitsui Group's reception hall and the Tsunamachi Mitsui Club to the south. With a site area of approximately 2.5 hectares, it is the largest condominium in Minato Ward and serves as a flagship condominium boasting the Garden Hills brand, the first collaboration between the two developers for the first time in 38 years since Hiroo Garden Hills.
Courtesy of Mitsubishi Jisho Residence & Mitsui Fudosan Residential
The complex consists of five buildings: Park Mansion, North Hill, West Hill, East Hill, South Hill, and Villa. The Center Hill building features a private courtyard and shared facilities for residents.
Center Hill CG courtesy of Mitsubishi Jisho Residence & Mitsui Fudosan Residential
Approximately 3,000 square meters have been allocated for shared facilities, including workspaces, a fitness room, a pool, a golf range, saunas, a rock bath, and a restaurant.
The units range from studio apartments to 4LDK, with floor areas ranging from approximately 30 to 376 square meters. The goal is for all units to be ZEH-Oriented. STUDIO units can also be used for SOHO purposes.
Completion is scheduled for late March 2025.
Lobby CG courtesy of Mitsubishi Jisho Residence & Mitsui Fudosan Residential
Detailed sales information, including sales performance, has not been publicly disclosed by the developer, but they did confirm that the own-use segment, including second-home buyers, accounts for 80% of the buyers so far.
The first phase was divided into five stages and supplied approximately 700 units. Prices range from 150 million yen (for a floor area of approximately 30 square meters) to 4.5 billion yen (for a floor area of 376 square meters), with a per-tsubo price of 13 million yen.
Rotary CG courtesy of Mitsubishi Jisho Residence & Mitsui Fudosan Residential
The Park Mansion building, with higher spec build materials, is priced at 17 million yen per tsubo, while the other buildings are at an average of 12 million yen per tsubo.
It is reported that the primary demand segment, including second-home buyers, accounts for 80% of the buyers.
The second phase focusing on the West Hill structure, which is the only eight-story building in the complex, is scheduled to go on sale in November, 2023.