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Total Assets under Ownership/No. of Properties

As of the last day of November 30, 2017, we owned 31 office buildings (total purchase price of 73,041million yen) and 69 residences (total purchase price of 93,312 million yen) for a total of 100 properties (total combined purchase price of 166,353 million yen).

  Office Office
(properties)
Residence Residence
(properties)
Hotel Hotel
(properties)
Total
(properties)
20th FP ¥437.1
hundred million
21 ¥813.3
hundred million
62 ¥41.8
hundred million 
87
21st FP ¥466.4
hundred million
22 ¥813.3
hundred million
62 ¥41.8
hundred million 
88
22nd FP ¥466.4
hundred million
22 ¥813.3
hundred million
62 ¥41.8
hundred million 
88
23rd FP ¥527.6
hundred million
25 ¥813.3
hundred million
62 ¥41.8
hundred million 
91
24th FP ¥527.6
hundred million
25 ¥812.2
hundred million
60 ¥41.8
hundred million 
89
25th FP ¥622.6
hundred million
28 ¥812.2
hundred million
60 ¥41.8
hundred million 
92
26th FP ¥622.6
hundred million
28 ¥812.2
hundred million
60 ¥41.8
hundred million 
92
27th FP ¥680.0
hundred million
30 ¥828.5
hundred million
61 ¥41.8
hundred million 
95
28th FP ¥711.5
hundred million
31 ¥849.5
hundred million
63     94
29th FP ¥742.5
hundred million
32 ¥904.8
hundred million
66     98
30th FP ¥723.9
hundred million
31 ¥904.8
hundred million
66     97
31st FP ¥744.2
hundred million
32 ¥922.1
hundred million
68     100
32nd FP ¥730.4
hundred million
31 ¥933.1
hundred million
69     100

Portfolio Classification (%)(Note)

As of May 31, 2018

■Investment Category

Offices 42.40%
Residences 57.60%
Hotels 0.00%
 

■Investment Area

Central Tokyo (5 Wards) 44.14%
Tokyo (23 Wards) 26.36%
Outlying Tokyo 9.34%
Other 20.16%

■Building Age

Less than 5 years 1.53%
5 to 10 years 5.23%
10 to 15 years 47.33%
15 to 20 years 15.09%
20 years or more 30.82%

■Size

Smaller than 3,000㎡ 42.56%
3,000㎡ to 5,000㎡ 22.76%
5,000㎡ to 10,000㎡ 27.69%
10,000㎡ or larger 6.99%
 
 
(Note)
The figures in the graphs are based on purchase price by individual group compared to the classification as a whole; figures are rounded to the nearest hundredth.

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