The Daiwa House Group operates a diverse range of businesses across the three fields that we call Housing, Business, and Life. Through our operations, we create new value for society.
In the Housing field, we operate our new housing and existing housing businesses, which together cover the areas of "building, living, and home succession."
In the Business Fields, we support the growth of client companies seeking to expand their networks of offices, commercial facilities, logistics facilities and so on.
As IR materials for the Daiwa House Group's stockholders as well as investors in general, we disclose a variety of information on our management strategy as well as financial and business performance data, and stock/rating information, among others.
Here you can read all about our medium-term management plan, which is informed by a management vision expressed in our slogan "Connecting Hearts." In line with this, we are operating a wide range of businesses in the fields of housing, business, and lifestyle support with the goal of being a group that "co-creates value for individuals, communities, and people's lifestyles."
Here you can find results briefing materials, including information on our management policies and medium-term management plan, summaries of financial results, financial highlights, and more.
Since the founding of Daiwa House Industry in 1955, we have worked to create and deliver the products and services that are essential for society. Today, the Daiwa House Group continues to push the boundaries of innovation in search of technologies, products, and services that bring new value to individuals, communities, and people's lifestyles.
The Group's story begins with the founding of Daiwa House Industry to realize the idea of "industrialization of construction." Subsequently, the Group came into being and has grown to encompass a wide range of businesses from home building to commercial facility construction, the development and operation of resort hotels, and many others.
Nobuo Ishibashi, the founder of Daiwa House Industry, dedicated his whole life to realizing the grand dream of creating things that would truly be of use to the public and to society at large. Mr. Ishibashi has passed away, but his spirit lives on in today's Daiwa House Group. In this section we introduce the four "revolutions" begun by Nobuo Ishibashi and carried on by the Group.
At the Daiwa House Group, we ask ourselves what we can do here and now to help bring about a sustainable society, and we put our ideas to work through our business operations, and through environmental preservation activities and other initiatives in the field of corporate social responsibility.
Recently developed technologies now allow us to reduce atmospheric emissions of carbon dioxide while harmonizing our business operations with the natural environment. We work to devise and develop homes, communities, and lifestyle choices that are both eco-friendly and user-friendly. In this section, we describe the many measures that the Group has taken to bring a sustainable society into being.
In early 2015, Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd. plans to commence a multipurpose development project (tentatively named the Summer Hill Project) in a suburban area of Sydney, New South Wales, the Commonwealth of Australia.
In 2014 Daiwa House Industry commenced the Berkeley Project, a major rental housing development project in Texas, in collaboration with the real estate developer Lincoln Property Company, one of the leading rental housing management companies in the US in terms of the number of home units under management. The project site area is 100,000 square meters, and the planned number of dwellings is 716.
As part of activities in corporate social responsibility, Daiwa has become a Strategic Partner for the TOMODACHI Initiative, a public-private partnership between the U.S.-Japan Council and the U.S. Embassy in Japan that invests in the next generation of Japanese and American leaders. From April 10-12, 2015, the TOMODACHI Daiwa House Student Leadership Conference will hold it’s first conference in Silicon Valley, California. The focus of this conference is on entrepreneurship and innovation for university students with academic, career and/or personal interests in U.S.-Japan relations.