Gaw Capital Partners has added 29 residential properties in Tokyo to its Japan multifamily real estate portfolio via a partnership with Alyssa Partners.

The real estate private equity firm said it has partnered with Alyssa Partners to acquire the 30,000sqm residential assets from a “major Japanese conglomerate”, without disclosing any financial information.

Alyssa Partners is a minority equity investor and will act as asset manager for the assets which comprise 835 apartment units. 

Gaw Capital’s Japan multifamily real estate investment platform is backed by Qatar Investment Authority and an unnamed institutional investor.  

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Source: Gaw Capital

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Isabella Lo, managing director and principal of investments and head of Japan at Gaw Capital Partners, said: “We believe in the long-term prospects of Japan’s residential sector and the resilience of its housing market.

“The acquisition of these well-located and high-quality multifamily properties further enables us to leverage our expertise in enhancing the value and appeal of the properties and creating exceptional living spaces that meet the evolving needs of residents.”

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