Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) March 03, 2015
UrbanStar Capital and the UrbanStar group of companies, a Canadian real estate asset management and investment firm, have opened a new office in Tokyo, Japan, strategically located in the prestigious business district of Hirakawa-cho, Chiyoda-ku. Plans to develop operations in Tokyo were initiated by Dean Frank Gorenc, CEO of UrbanStar, to better service and accommodate the needs of investor groups in Asia.
"We are very pleased to announce our new office in Tokyo," said Dean Gorenc. "Tokyo is a key city in Asia and now we can offer clients and agents a greater opportunity to grow their relationships with UrbanStar."
The UrbanStar group of companies is focused on investing in selected regional cities in the thriving markets of Western Canada. UrbanStar has over 2500 investors in its various offerings, and manages over 673 acres of developable land in Calgary, Alberta. The new Tokyo office is an important step in growing the business and achieving the goal of taking new land offerings sales to over $50 million annually, making UrbanStar a leader in Canadian land offerings in Asia.
This press release does not constitute a solicitation or an offer to purchase securities. All offerings carried out will be made to qualified investors under an Offering Memorandum or Term Sheet available from registered dealers and in compliance with applicable securities laws of the specific jurisdiction in which the offering is being made.
Located at the head office in Calgary, Alberta, UrbanStar is a specialized firm that designs, implements and operates real estate asset management solutions for investors. UrbanStar has the ability to offer an array of real estate services including real estate and mortgage brokerage services. To learn more about the company’s land investment opportunities, business strategy and extensive list of services, visit http://www.urbanstarcapital.com/ or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube.
Dean Frank Gorenc, CEO UrbanStar
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