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Offering a trusted Japanese brand – from initial development to after-sales service

In China, Daiwa House is involved in the development and sale of condominium projects that follow our values of safety, security, and trust.
We have also established a housing management joint venture company to develop a business structure that promotes post-sale condominium management and the formation of regional communities.
We aim to meet customer demands by enriching added-value services.

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Overview of Development Projects※1

Total floor area
1,104,137 m2
Total site area
452,793 m2
Total units for sale※2
5,600 (as of Feb 1,2017)
  • ※1 Includes Yihe Champs-Elysees (Dalian), Yihe Xinghai (Dalian), The Grace Residence (Suzhou), Moonlit Garden (Wuxi), and The Grace Residence (Changzhou)
  • ※2 Plans may be subject to revision as a result of the application of Chinese national or local regulations or legislation relating to real estate development.

At the Daiwa House Group, we are engaged in the development and sale of condominium projects in various parts of China, leveraging the know-how and technological expertise we have accumulated during our operations in Japan to offer customers guaranteed safety and reliability. We are establishing a growing reputation for excellence among middle-class and wealthy home buyers, not only for high-quality housing, but also for our design of entire communities. We have also set up joint-venture housing management companies in Dalian (Liaoning Province), and in Wuxi and Changzhou (both in Jiangsu Province), where they are laying the groundwork for a business involving condominium management and regional community creation as part of our expanding menu of after-sales services. Baoye Daiwa Industrialized House Manufacturing – a joint venture established in 2013 in the city of Shaoxing (Zhejiang Province) – is developing and expanding its production and sales of housing by industrialized methods.

Fujita has been doing business in China for over thirty years, and has been involved in the construction of manufacturing plants for Japanese-owned companies in the automotive and electronic appliance industries, among others. It has built a reputation as one of the top Japanese companies in the construction field. Against the backdrop of increasingly severe pollution problems in China, Fujita is also exploring possibilities in the environmental business market.

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