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SMA x ECO TOWN Harumidai (sales completed)
Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture

Japan's first, next-generation Net-Zero Energy community

"SMA x ECO TOWN Harumidai" was birthed in Senboku New Town, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture. It is the first (*) Net-Zero Energy community in Japan that we have worked on as the Daiwa House Group.

  • * According to Daiwa House Industry
  • Development area: 16,832.44m2
  • Total units: 65 Single-family houses, 1 meeting hall

SMA x ECO TOWN Hidamari-no Oka (sales completed)
Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture

New smart town where sales revenue from the town is returned as living support service

This is an advanced example of Mie Prefecture's first Net-Zero Energy community with the town's own photovoltaic power station, and energy creation, conservation, and storage at housing units. This is the first initiative in Japan (*) to utilize sales proceeds from photovoltaic power station for town management and maintenance of single-family houses.

  • * According to Daiwa House Industry
  • Development area: 16,648.44m2
  • Total units: 66 single-family houses, One Ultra Lightweight Vehicle parking space

Lake Town Miwa-no Mori (sales completed)
Koshigaya City, Saitama Prefecture

A water town that utilizes the power of wind, sun, greenery and nature

"Lake Town Miwa-no Mori", a single-family residential area within Koshigaya Lake Town. We aimed for environmentally symbiotic town development with a passive design using natural forces such as wind, sun and greenery.

  • Development area: 32,585.73m2
  • Total units: 132 in single-family residential area, 500 in condominium area

SECUREA Toyota Kakimoto (sales completed)
Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture

First community in Japan to take advantage of power interchange system among multiple single-family houses

SECUREA Toyota Kakimoto - in the city of Toyota, Aichi Prefecture - has been designed to be the first case in Japan of a residential community that realizes the truly efficient use of energy by utilizing an interchange system for low-voltage electric power among single-family houses, together with energy self-sufficient homes made possible by the employment of various solar power electricity generation and storage systems.

  • * According to Daiwa House Industry
  • Development area : 6,911.02m2
  • Total units : 21 Single-family houses, 2 rental housings

Takao Sakura City (sales completed)
Hachioji City, Tokyo

Community development that integrates residences with shops, including a large-scale commercial facility

Takao Sakura City is a combined development project in the city of Hachioji-one of Japan's leading university towns-located in the Tokyo Metropolitan Region. Here, the Daiwa House Group has leveraged its comprehensive capabilities to create a community where residences-single-family houses and condominiums-are integrated with shops, including a large-scale commercial facility.

  • Development area : 94,315m2
  • Total units : 83 Single-family houses, 416 Condominiums, 1 Commercial facility

SECUREA Toyota Honmachi (under development)
Toyama City, Toyama

The first net zero energy town in the Hokuriku Region, featuring full countermeasures against possible natural disasters

SECUREA Toyota Honmachi is a multi-use development being undertaken on the site of a former elementary school in the city of Toyama. The project goes under the name of a safe & Eco-smart Model City Block Development Project in Toyama City, and when completed will consist of housing plus a multipurpose public facility including a community center, city government sub-office, and library. The housing development will be the first net zero energy community* in any of the three prefectures (Toyama, Ishikawa, and Fukui) of the Hokuriku Region. The public facilities project, which has already been completed, is the first construction in the D's SMART OFFICE brand constructed by the Group as a public-private partnership (PPP).

  • *1 According to Daiwa House Industry
  • * A town where the annual net primary energy consumption is zero or almost zero as a result of the improvement of the energy saving performance of the skeletal structures and facilities of houses and the effective use of renewable energies. This calculation does not include the regional center .
  • Development area: 8,381.26m2
  • Total units: 21 single-family houses, 1 meeting hall

SMA×ECO CITY Tsukuba Science City (sales completed)
Tsukuba City, Ibaraki

Each house is fitted with three batteries, and a home energy management system (HEMS) that enables easy tracking of energy usage

SMA×ECO CITY Tsukuba Science City has been positioned by Tsukuba City (an "environmental model city") as a low-carbon residential community. Each single-family house is fitted with a photovoltaic power generation system and two batteries, and all electric power and communication lines are laid underground. Every effort has been made to realize a low-carbon lifestyle through measures to help residents reduce their volume of carbon release into the atmosphere.

  • Development area: 51,420.46m2
  • Total units: 175 single-family houses, 1 community meeting place

Kyassen Ofunato
Ofunato City, Iwate Prefecture

Achieving reconstruction through area management in cooperation with the people

Ofunato City in Iwate Prefecture was damaged in the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, and the district around the JR Ofunato Station is being reconstructed. The area management method has been introduced for community maintenance, with the community development company as the promoting organization.

  • Development area: 10.4 hectares (Overall land readjustment project area: 33.8 hectares)
  • Commercial area: Factory outlet store, hotel, shopping center, shopping district (food and drink, sales of goods, services), winery, manufacturing facility, etc.

King Skyfront District A (under development)
Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture

Japan’s cutting-edge biomedical town

King Skyfront is an international strategic center in Tono-machi that aims to create new industries based on the highest standard of research and development. Daiwa House is working to develop communities that revitalize prosperity and interactions in King Skyfront District A.

  • Site area: 46,172.96m2
  • Facilities: A hotel building, 2 research buildings (primary development), 3 research buildings (secondary development, planned)

Funabashi Grand Oasis
Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture

Japan's first community development using 100% renewable energy for everything from construction to residential use

A large-scale multi-purpose development – including condominiums, rental housing, single-family houses, and commercial facilities – made possible by the Group's comprehensive strengths. The Funabashi Grand Oasis is the first city in Japan (*1) to make use of electric power from 100% renewable energy sources at every stage from construction to day-to-day use by residents.

  • Electric power supply comes principally from power plants that employ renewable energy sources and are operated by the Group nationwide.
  • We are taking steps to reduce the environmental impact of the construction and use of condominiums, rental housing, and single-family houses.
  • *1 According to research by Daiwa House Industry
  • Total development area: Approx. 57,500m2
  • Breakdown by use: Condominiums (571 units, already sold), rental housing (39 units in low-rise buildings, 223 units in medium- and high-rise buildings), 26 single-family houses, commercial facilities

Sapporo City, Hokkaido

Development of a sustainable community that residents can feel they are a part of, and where multiple generations can enjoy living

This is a multi-purpose community development project that leverages the Group's comprehensive strengths to create an integrated community on the site of a dilapidated municipal housing complex, with immediate access to the railway station. A circular aerial walkway connects all the facilities, and by collaborating with each business operator to realize area management, we will promote sustainable regional exchange and regional revitalization.

  • Large-scale multi-purpose development consisting of medical facilities, educational facilities, commercial facilities, shared parking lots, hotels, and condominiums.
  • Improving the convenience of daily life by directly connecting the JR and subway stations and consolidating their functions
  • Promoting sustainable regional revitalization through the Active Link aerial walkway, which connects all the local facilities, as well as through area management
  • Total development area: Approx. 55,700m2
  • Breakdown by use: Medical facilities (4 buildings), educational facilities (a university and vocational schools), commercial facilities, shared parking lots, hotels, condominiums (already sold)

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