Nearly all 465 units in Japan's tallest condominium building, which was just finished Tuesday, have been sold despite the economic downturn, according to the building's developers.
Less than 10 of the condos in the 209-meter tower in Osaka's Kitahama district remain unsold. The average price was ¥67 million. The 303-sq.-meter unit on the top floor went for ¥580 million, said the developers, including Sanyo Homes Co.
The Kitahama Tower & Plaza comprises a 54-story building with residential units from the 12th floor up and an adjacent six-story shopping plaza. The developers began handing over the keys to the condos Tuesday.