Urban Development and Industrial Parks
Promoting the needing urban development and industrial parks leading to "regional revitalization"
Pushing ahead with urban development projects that meet the changing needs of the times, tailored to the differing requirements of each community
The first urban development project undertaken by Daiwa House was the Habikino Neopolis housing complex, completed in 1962, which was also Japan’s first large-scale housing development project by a private-sector company. In 1976 we developed the Okayama Neopolis project – the largest by a private-sector company at that time – and our efforts in other projects were oriented toward creating residential environments where people could live in comfort and also in harmony with nature. We are pooling our efforts to offer urban development projects that meet the changing needs of the times, tailored to the differing requirements of each community, in a single package covering everything from initial planning, site preparation and flood management, through design and construction, to post-completion maintenance. And at all times, we keep uppermost in our minds the need for optimally effective land utilization that will serve the needs of the community far into the future.
Revitalizing regional communities through industrial park development
As a pioneer in the industrialization of construction shortly after its founding, Daiwa House has developed a wide range of industrial parks, taking advantage of the know-how it has built up in the course of extensive experience in the construction of manufacturing plants, logistics facilities, medical treatment and nursing care facilities, offices, and others. Combining the business resources possessed by the Daiwa House Group, we put together proposals for the construction of benefits-package facilities such as company housing and staff dormitories, including the preliminary land preparation work. In close collaboration with local governments, we also contribute to the revitalization of regional economies through measures to attract corporate tenants to our industrial parks.