Established in1937
Established Hasegawa Komuten in Amagasaki-shi, Hyogo
Incorporated Hasegawa Komuten Co., Ltd., headquartered in Himeji-shi, Hyogo
Transferred headquarters to Osaka
  • 1962 Promulgated Condominium Unit Ownership Act
  • 1963 First condominium boom
Listed on the 1st Sections of Tokyo Stock Exchange, Osaka Securities Exchange and Nagoya Stock Exchange
  • 1968 Second condominium boom
1969 Ashiya Matsuhama Heights
Completed construction of “Ashiya Matsuhama Heights,” the first condominium Haseko constructed
Transferred headquarters to Hasegawa Skyline Building in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
1970 Transferred headquarters(Hasegawa Skyline Building)
The beginning of the condominium age
  • 1972 Third condominium boom
  • 1973 First oil crisis
Achieved number one of accumulated condominium construction in Japan
(35,000 units)
Developed CONBUS (CONdominium BUilding System) series of standard production systems for condominiums
Completed construction of “Akasaka Long Beach Bldg.” Transferred headquarters to Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
1974 Akasaka Long Beach Bldg
Completed “444 Nahua,” the first overseas condominium Haseko constructed in Hawaii
1976 444 Nahua
  • 1977 Fourth condominium boom
1977 Minami-magome Sky Heights
Completed construction of “Minami-magome Sky Heights,” the first all-electric condominium Haseko constructed
1977 Palais Royal Nagatacho
Completed construction of “Palais Royal Nagatacho,” the first ultraluxury condominium Haseko constructed
1977 Condominium Department Store
Opened “Condominium Department Store”
  • 1978 Miyagi earthquake
Established Haseko Property Management Holdings Inc. (currently Haseko Community, Inc.)
  • 1979 Second oil crisis
Established Haseko Sales Inc. (currently HASEKO URBEST Inc.)
  • 1980 Revision of Building Standards Act (new earthquake resistance standards)
1980 Ikonobecho Sky Heights
Completed construction of “Ikonobecho Sky Heights,” the first solar condominium Haseko constructed
Achieved construction of accumulated 100,000 units
Developed “CONBUS NewLife 808,” the culmination of the “CONBUS” series
Completed construction of “Shiba Head Office Building” in Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo and transferred headquarters there
1981 Shiba Head Office Building
Developed “IC Home Monitor,” a comprehensive housing information panel
1981 Shiba Head Office Building
Era of condominium diversification
1983 Started the “Urayasu AMC Project.”
Started the “Urayasu AMC Project,” the first advanced multi-purpose urban development project by Haseko
Completed construction of “Palais Royal Midorigaoka,” the first condominium Haseko rebuilt
1984 Palais Royal Midorigaoka
  • 1986 Fifth condominium boom
Established Rental Information Center, Inc. (currently HASEKO LIVENET, Inc.)
Established technical research institute
Completed construction of “EL-CITY Shin-Urayasu 4th Building,” the first CHS-certified condominium Haseko constructed
1987 EL-CITY Shin-Urayasu 4th Building
1988 La Vista Takarazuka 1988 Kyoto Brighton Hotel
Changed corporate name to HASEKO Corporation
Started “La Vista Takarazuka,” the first advanced multi-purpose urban development project in Kansai by Haseko
1988 La Vista Takarazuka
Opening of “Kyoto Brighton Hotel,” the first hotel business by Haseko
1988 Kyoto Brighton Hotel
  • 1989 Introduction of 3% consumption tax
Achieved construction of accumulated 200,000 units
Completed “Century City Omiya Koen,” the first condominium with services for elder people Haseko constructed
1989 Century City Omiya Koen
  • 1990 Japan’s bubble economy burst and recession
Established Research Institute (currently HASEKO RESEARCH INSTITUTE Inc.),
the industry’s first intangible think tank
Introduction of Haseko Community’s “Owl 24”
(24-hour machine monitoring system)
  • 1991 Promulgated new Act on Land and Building Lease
1992 Acro City Towers
Completed construction of “Acro City Towers,” the first skyscraper condominium Haseko constructed
Towards an era of emphasis on quality and performance
  • 1993 Introduction of Housing Performance Warranty Scheme
Introduction of interior ordering system
Devising of a unique Housing Performance mark
Opening of “Urayasu Brighton Hotel Tokyo Bay”
1993 Urayasu Brighton Hotel Tokyo Bay
  • 1994 Sixth condominium boom
Installation of the industry’s first “Naked Room”
Kansai branch office moved to Tatsuno Hiranomachi Building
(Chuo-ku, Osaka City)
Developed Haseko Community’s “Long-term Repair Planning System”
Developed “sheath pipe header construction method”
  • 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake
Developed “SUPPS (Sus Prefab Piping System) construction method”
1996 AXE Gotenyama
Completed construction of “AXE Gotenyama,” the first flexible plan condominium Haseko constructed
  • 1997 Increase of consumption tax to 5%
Obtained ISO 9001 certification (First such certification in the design and construction of condominiums)
Formulated the “Health-conscious Interior Specifications”
Achieved construction of accumulated 300,000 units
1998 Todoroki Stage House
Completed construction of “Todoroki Stage House,” the first detached house complex Haseko constructed
1998 Todoroki Stage House
Completed construction of “More Crest Jingumae,” the first fixed-term leasehold condominium Haseko constructed
(first use of “Air doctor 24”)
  • 1999 Seventh condominium boom
Completed construction of “Hills Kugahara,” one of the largest reconstruction projects
in Japan
Completed construction of “More Crest Tsukiji,” the first Internet-enabled condominium Haseko constructed
Developed “Eco-Poser 530” food waste disposal system
  • 2000 Promulgated Housing Quality Assurance Act
2000 House Solana
Completed construction of “House Solana,” the first SI housing Haseko constructed
Establishment of building diagnostics team “Juyushi”
Obtained ISO 14001 certification
  • 2002 Promulgated Act on Facilitation of Reconstruction of Condominiums
2002 Placea
Completed construction of “Placea,” the first large-scale condominium to obtain a Design and Housing Performance Certificate
Established service-related business promotion company HASEKO ANESIS CORPORATION
Completed construction of “Air Residence Shin-Urayasu Premium Towers”
(Urayasu AMC plan completed)
2003 Air Residence Shin-Urayasu Premium Towers
Developed next-generation energy-saving system “ECONIS”
Developed emergency drinking water generation system “WELL UP”
2003 Air Residence Shin-Urayasu Premium Towers
  • 2004 Chūetsu earthquake
Achieved construction of accumulated 400,000 units
2004 Fukasawa House
Completed construction of “Fukasawa House,” the first disaster prevention condominium with disaster prevention equipment)
2004 Fukasawa House
Developed menu plan system “Sel-Fit”
Developed drainage pipe renovation technology “HAM-J Method”
  • 2005 Earthquake-resistance data falsification scandal
Developed original specification “U’s-Style”
Completed “Shirokane Aer City,” an urban renewal project in harmony with residential, commercial and industrial areas in Shirokane 1-chome, East District
2005 Shirokane Aer City
  • 2006 Promulgation of Basic Act for Housing
2006 OBER Grandio Haginaka 2006 Garden Flats Toyonaka Asahigaoka
Completed construction of “OBER Grandio Haginaka,” the first condominium applying the Revised Condominium Unit Ownership Act
2006 OBER Grandio Haginaka
Proposed standard installation of a three-piece disaster prevention set
Completed construction of “Garden Flats Toyonaka Asahigaoka,” the first rebuilt condominium to utilize adjacent land
2006 Garden Flats Toyonaka Asahigaoka
Towards an era of safety and security
Completed construction of “Shimuzudani House,” the first RC skyscraper condominium
2007 Shimuzudani House
Developed comprehensive lifestyle support service “Lovely Style”
2007 Shimuzudani House
  • 2008 Bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers
2008 La Vista Takarazuka 2008 Pretinage Oike Higashinotoin 2008 Jindaiji Residence 2008 Grand Maison Higashitotsuka
Developed Haseko Premium After Sales Service
Completed “La Vista Takarazuka,” an advanced multi-purpose urban development project
2008 La Vista Takarazuka
Completed construction of “Pretinage Oike Higashinotoin,” the first use of Rakustyle
2008 Pretinage Oike Higashinotoin
Completed construction of “Jindaiji Residence,” which was awarded the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s Green City Award
2008 Jindaiji Residence
Completed construction of “Grand Maison Higashitotsuka,” which was awarded the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s Green City Award in 2009
2008 Grand Maison Higashitotsuka
Started “Condominium Water Spraying Operation”
Completed construction of “The Kitahama,” a 54-storied condominium that was the tallest in Japan at the time
2009 The Kitahama
Completed construction of “BRANCHERA Kawaguchi Aokicho Park,” the first use of Be-Liv
2009 BRANCHERA Kawaguchi Aokicho Park
2009 The Kitahama 2009 BRANCHERA Kawaguchi Aokicho Park
2010 Kosuge Housing
Completed construction of the PFI project “Kosuge Housing,” Ayasegawa Housing for civil servants
  • 2011 The Great East Japan Earthquake
Completed construction of “BRANCHERA Urawa” and “BRANCHERA Suita Katayama Park”
Adopted as a “long-life, high-quality housing” leading project and obtained certification as “long-life, high-quality housing” - the first such certification in Japan
2011 BRANCHERA Urawa 2011 BRANCHERA Suita Katayama Park
Developed “Long Quality Condominium,”
the first use of “Shiki no Mori Residence”
Developed next-generation energy-saving system “ECONIS II”
2011 BRANCHERA Urawa 2011 BRANCHERA Suita Katayama Park
Achieved construction of accumulated 500,000 units
Developed next-generation condominium “Be-NEXT”
Haseko Premium After Sales Service adopted by over 10,000 units
Adopted a leading project for saving CO2 in housing and buildings (renovation of “Estate Tsurumaki 4 and 5”)
Completed construction of “Milica Hills,” which was awarded both the Osaka Governor’s Award and Biodiversity Award of the “Osaka Excellent Greening Award” in 2014
2013 Milica Hills
Achieved construction of accumulated 550,000 units
2014 BRANCHERA Nijo Castle
Completed construction of “BRANCHERA Nijo Castle,” a low carbon certified building
Started construction of service apartment “HHCT1” in Hanoi City, Vietnam, the first project in Asia Haseko constructed
2015 HHCT1 (First project in Vietnam)
Completed construction of “Milica Terrace,” which was awarded the Osaka Governor’s Award of the “Osaka Excellent Greening Award” in 2016
2015 Milica Terrace
Refurbished the model room of the presentation space “LIPS” to strengthen the proposal of the “B-Next” series
Completed construction of “BRANCHERA Itabashi Nishidai,” the first introduction of Haseko’s BIM
(Building Information Modeling)
2015 HHCT1 (First project in Vietnam) 2015 Milica Terrace
the Haseko Women’s team
Started sales of “BRANCHERA Urawa Komaba,” the first condominium in the Women’s Success Promotion Project
Developed movable storage unit “UGOQLO”
2018 Haseko Technical Center
Completed construction of “Haseko Technical Center” in Tama-shi, Tokyo, a project commemorating the 80th anniversary of the company’s founding
Completed construction of “Renai Azabujuban Building,” which was awarded the “Scenic Town Creation Award” in Minato-ku, Tokyo
2019 Renai Azabujuban Building
2020 Feel I Residence 2020 Renai Minami Kashiwa Ekimae
Completed construction of “Feel I Residence,” the first ICT condominium
2020 Feel I Residence
Opened “TOKYO KAMATA 4316,” the first private accommodation business
“Renai Minami Kashiwa Ekimae,” the first ZEH-M
2020 Renai Minami Kashiwa Ekimae
  • 2021 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics
Established The Haseko Group’s Climate Change Response Policy “HASEKO ZERO Emission”
Opening of Asuka village’s first project for the reuse of old houses “BRANCHERA Villa Asuka”
Haseko’s greenhouse gas reduction targets obtained accreditation by the Science Based Targets(SBT)initiative
Completed “Acoustic Experiment Building” at Haseko Technical Center
2022 BRANCHERA Villa Asuka
Completed construction of “BRANSIESTA Urayasu,” the first use of wooden construction in private areas and hybrid structure with reinforced concrete construction
Completed construction of “Sustaina Branche Hongyotoku,” the first existing renovation property in Japan to achieve net zero CO2 emissions during building operation