Starts Corporation Inc.

About Starts Corporation Inc.

Starts Corporation Inc. engages in the construction, real estate management, and tenant recruitment businesses in Japan and internationally. It is involved in the design and construction management of seismic isolated buildings; and the provision of real estate brokerage services, including the sale of buildings, condominiums, and single-family houses, as well as CRE solutions and housing management services for corporate customers. The company also manages residential buildings, parking lots, office buildings, commercial facilities, etc.; develops card key/home security services; and offers asset management consulting and J-REIT management services, as well as undertakes urban redevelopment and PFI projects. In addition, it publishes lifestyle monthly and free magazines, and cellphone novels, as well as operates OZmall website; promotes events; develops hotels, Japanese inns, golf courses, etc.; and manages and operates approximately 100 nursing homes, elderly housing facilities, and licensed nursery schools. Further, the company provides elderly facility introduction and childcare support services; and sells and installs housing fixtures and fittings. Starts Corporation Inc. was founded in 1969 and is based in Tokyo, Japan.


8850.T Japan

2,726USD8 (-0.29%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Real Estate

Industry: Real Estate—Diversified

Location Japan, Tokyo

Grade: ADA

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