1-31, Nishi-toyokawa-cho, Ibaraki City, Osaka Prefecture
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Growing commuter town
Nitori Ibaraki-Kita Store is located in Ibaraki City in northern Osaka Prefecture, at the crossroads of Route 171, a major trunk road that connects Osaka and Kyoto, and Osaka Prefecture's Ibaraki-Settsu route. In addition to its convenient access and excellent visibility, it is located in an advantaged property environment at the entrance of Saito (International Culture Park), a large-scale development area under development.
Railroad access to the property has been dramatically improved as Osaka Monorail's Saito (International Culture Park) Line was extended in March 2007 and its Toyokawa Station opened very close to the site.
A retail-use facility that fits the market area characteristics
The percentage of young families is high in Ibaraki City, and further population growth can be expected from the development of surrounding areas. In addition, competition with other specialized outlets, such as furniture stores, is low. Consequently, the location has market characteristics that suit Nitori the tenant. HHR owns the land only.