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About HASEKO

Our History

Feb. 1937 Established Hasegawa Komuten in Amagasaki-shi, Hyogo
Aug. 1946 Incorporated Hasegawa Komuten Co., Ltd., headquartered in Himeji-shi, Hyogo
Feb. 1951 Opened Tokyo branch Office
Aug. 1953 Transferred headquarters to Osaka
Apr. 1965 Listed on the 1st Sections of Tokyo Stock Exchange, Osaka Securities Exchange and Nagoya Stock Exchange
Feb. 1969

Completed construction of “Ashiya Matsuhama Heights,” the first condominium Haseko constructed

Jul. 1970 Completed construction of “Nissho Iwai Shiroganedai Condominium,” the first condominium Haseko constructed in Tokyo Metropolitan Area
Dec. 1970 Transferred headquarters to Hasegawa Building No. 8 in Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Dec. 1973 Achieved number one of accumulated condominium construction in Japan (35,000 units)
Dec. 1974 Completed construction of headquarters building, “Akasaka Long Beach Bldg.,” in Akasaka, Minato-ku Tokyo and transferred headquarters there
Nov. 1977

Completed construction of “Palais Royal Nagatacho,” high-grade condominium

Jan. 1981 Completed construction of “ Shiba Head Office Building” in Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo and transferred headquarters there
May. 1984

Completed construction of “Palais Royal Ashiya-Midorigaoka,” the first rebuilt condominium

Oct. 1988 Changed corporate name to HASEKO Corporation
Jan. 1989 Completed “Century City Omiya Koen,” a condominium with services for elder people
Oct. 1992

Completed construction of “Acro City Towers,” a 32-storied skyscraper condominium

Mar. 1997 Obtained ISO 9001 certification, an international standard for quality control and quality assurance system, in Tokyo area
*First such certification for a Japanese company in the “design and construction of multi-family dwellings” category
Jul. 1997 Obtained ISO 9001 certification, an international standard for quality control and quality assurance system, in Kansai area for design and construction of multi-family dwellings
Dec. 1998 Achieved construction of accumulated 300,000 units of condominiums
Mar. 1999 Finished “Hills Kugahara,” a large-scale replacement project
Dec. 2000 Completed construction of “House Solana,” Haseko’s first skeleton-infill housing
Jul. 2001 Obtained ISO 14001 certification, a international standard for environmental management, in Kansai area
Oct. 2001 Obtained ISO 14001 certification, a international standard for environmental management, in Tokyo area
Mar. 2003 Started operation of “Century City Kita Urawa,” a paid care house for elderly people
Apr. 2003 Established “Haseko Anesis Corporation,” a service-related new subsidiary
Sep. 2003 Completed the "Urayasu AMC Project," an advanced multi-purpose urban development project
Aug. 2004

Completed construction of “Fukasawa House,” the first introduction of disaster prevention sets

Mar. 2005 Participated in the reuse business and opened the first "KASIKOSH" store, a recycle shop
Nov. 2005 Completed the "Shirokane Urban Renewal Project" in Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo, that harmonized living, commercial and industrial settings
Mar. 2006 Completed "Obel Grandio Haginaka," Japan's first rebuilding of a condominium applying the Revised Condominium Unit Ownership Act
Nov. 2006 Created "Sakura no Sato," a large-scale new town
Mar. 2009

Completed construction of "The Kitahama," a 54-storied condominium with 465 units built on the former site of a department store in Kitahama, Osaka

Jun. 2009 Obtained certification as "long-life, high-quality housing" for the two projects of "BRANCHERA Urawa" and "BRANCHERA Suitakatayamakoen" - the first such certification in Japan for for-sale condominiums
May. 2011

Completed construction of "BRANCHERA Urawa," a 18-storied condominium with 69 units, that was certified as "long-life, high-quality housing"

Jun. 2011 Achieved construction of a cumulative total of 500,000 condominium units
Jul. 2011

Completed construction of “BRANCHERA Suitakatayamakoen,” a 10-storied condominium with 114 units, that was certified as “longlife, high-quality housing”

Mar. 2013

Season Suite Shiki-no-Mori certified as a low carbon building (the first acquisition of such certification among for-sale condominiums)

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