Find the right space for your business
It’s more than just space for your office, retail or industrial requirements. It’s your business. Leasing the right space in the right location can elevate your brand, streamline your operations, attract leading talent and make a meaningful impact on your bottom line.
A lease also represents a significant commitment of time and financial resources. We partner with you to ensure your lease is not just a line item — it’s a competitive advantage. We do this by bringing together our specialized market knowledge with a deep understanding of your business strategy to achieve your goals.
With in-depth market knowledge, research and industry expertise, Japan Tenant Representation excels in the local market sector. The team is dedicated to offering comprehensive yet customised commercial leasing services to meet the clients’ specific requirements through dedicated teams specialised in different sectors and geographies.
Colliers International has exclusively represented over three hundred and fifty Fortune 1000 firms in hundreds of office, warehouse, and retail leasing transactions. As Tenant Representatives with exclusive allegiance to the client, we pride ourselves in ensuring that our activities never represent a conflict of interest.
As market business changes, the role of tenant representation is no longer limited to simple negotiations. Our tenant representation team are experts at crafting real estate strategies to suit your current and future market needs. Our experts:
・Guide stakeholders through the selection process;
・Provide in-depth analysis of market conditions and trends to ensure the best possible selection choice is made;
・Identify potential hurdles and top tenant mistakes to keep your office relocation or rent renewal process on target with minimal disruption to your business and productivity.
What do Colliers’ Tenant Representation services include?
Our Tenant Representation services experts will provide you with a range of services, including lease negotiation and renewal, in-depth location analysis and workplace design.
If your needs include multi-market real estate matters, ongoing outsourced services or other complexities, you might be interested in exploring our other services and specializations, such as Occupier Advisors, Corporate Solutions services or Project Management services.
What are my options?
If your space satisfies your current and future needs, consider renewing your lease. We can help you ensure the space will be available and negotiate a new lease with the building owner.
If you’ve outgrown your space or need to make a change, you might consider subleasing additional space, relocating when your lease expires or even purchasing instead of leasing. We’ll partner with you to create a short-list of options and secure the best space for your business. Or, you might be looking to establish a presence in the market by opening a new location. We’ll help you define your needs and find the right space.
How much space do I need and where do I want to be located?
It all starts with thinking critically about the future of your business. The best commercial leasing decisions take medium- to long-range business goals into consideration. Ask yourself:
- Is my business growing or shrinking?
- What type of talent am I looking to attract?
- What locations align with my business vision and goals?
We’ll work with you to answer these questions and more to guide your decision-making process.
What is the timeline and process I can expect?
It’s best to consider your future real estate needs 18 to 24 months prior to your lease expiration. We’ll stand by you every step of the way in a well-defined process that achieves your desired outcomes while minimizing disruption to your business and productivity.
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What are all the costs I should consider?
The negotiation of rent and tenant incentives depends on the dynamics of your local market. Your Colliers expert will help you understand these market conditions and arm you with the tools you need to develop an accurate cost projection.
Don’t forget to factor in any tenant improvement costs, which might include retaining a workplace designer, construction costs, utility expenses, essential infrastructure investments and furniture, fixture and equipment expenditures.
Some other costs to consider include legal fees, costs associated with concluding your current lease and any “make good” obligations to return your existing space to its original state.
How do I ensure I make the best decision?
In any complex process, the best decisions are founded in reliable information, strong relationships and collaboration. Your Colliers professional will arm you with actionable market insight, meaningful business connections and occupancy analysis to help you make the most optimal decision.
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Katsuji has represented over 250 Fortune 1000 firms in Japan as a principal and has 30 years of domestic and international real estate experience. Katsuji is recognized as one of the most influential and active office real estate advisors in the Japanese market. Katsuji has worked with clients in most industries including technology, medical and financial services.
Ichiro has over 20 years of experience in the real estate and financial sectors including assignments at AIU and the Central Labor Bank in Tokyo, and Able Real Estate USA in Boston where he was Assistant Manager for 4 years. He holds a real estate brokerage license and has domestic and international real estate experience in both commercial and residential property types. He is currently active in leasing transactions for manufacturing, pharma and technology related firms. Ichiro has represented over numerous Fortune 1000 firms in Japan as a Tenant Representative at Colliers International.
Ai brings over 16 years of working experience covering marketing, sales and management in the real estate, technology, travel and hospitality industries.
With extensive experience in the flexible workspace industry, Ai has helped hundreds of start-ups to global fortune 500 companies with advisory services for office space requirements in Japan and overseas.
Miyu has 12 years corporate level experience in the financial and real estate industries. As part of her previous assignments, she used to provide global real estate solutions to multi-national companies or business owners. She holds an Australian real estate license and has worked in the industry there, being Involved in all aspects of residential property management, as well as showing property to domestic and international investors. Miyu is a native Japanese speaker and is also fluent in English.