Investing in lifestyle and social infrastructure real estate
assets that enrich lives in local areas
The REIT organized by the LC Group aims to maintain a stable portfolio of real estate assets necessary for the implementation of policies promoted by the national and regional governments. In addition to acquiring assets indispensable to the daily lives of local community and society, which has already been actively pursued to date, the REIT will also invest in targeted real estate that promotes local employment and facilitates the betterment of society at a regional level.
The primary investment targets of the REIT are lifestyle-oriented commercial and social facilities, including hospitals and other healthcare facilities in suburban areas, where asset sizes were traditionally small and often overlooked. These facilities are indispensable to supporting the lives of residents in rural areas, and can be considered to be ‘living infrastructure’ assets. From the strategic viewpoint of supporting the lifestyles in suburban regions, we believe that it is of great significance to society to hold, manage, and continually improve these facilities in a long-term and stable manner through the REIT.
Investing in real estate facilities supporting the development and growth of suburban regional areas is the second pillar of the REIT. Part of the REIT strategy is to develop portfolio assets into local and regional growth engines that promote sustainable socio-economic growth. This serves to further a mission of revitalizing local communities and regional economies, supporting Japan as a whole.
Going beyond solely pursuing investment returns through rents, the REIT manager will collaborate with tenants, asset users and stakeholders working on-site, utilizing the real estate management expertise that the LC Group has cultivated over many years, with the ultimate goal of maximizing both asset and stakeholder value.
[Role in Stability of Daily Life]
*1 Optimization of existing facilities
Acquire facilities that are highly susceptible to achieving optimization of operational and financial management through targeted intervention
[Roles in Local and Regional Growth]
*2 Operational improvements and job creation
We aim to revitalize suburban areas/regions and create new job opportunities by improving the utilization of public facilities and carrying out developments that optimizing the use of public land.
Creating value in local areas and regions, looking beyond simple profits
Introduction to Proactive of IoMT, IoT, ICT
Efforts to reduce disasters by Earthquake resistant reinforcement
Promoting local and regional economic growth
Stimulating local areas and regions - Energizing Japan!