Kamiyacho

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MG Meguro Ekimae

MG Meguro Ekimae

2-9/F, MG Meguro Ekimae,
2-15-19 Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo, Japan

T +81 (0)3 4530 9688
F +81 (0)3 4540 1000

Features:
  • Co-working and flexible office space solutions available
  • 3,900 square metres of space across 8 floors
  • Multiple Seminar rooms and Meeting Room options
  • Directly opposite the JR Meguro station on Yamanote Line
  • 1 minute walking distance from three major subway lines
  • 2 stops from Shibuya station, located in Shinagawa-ku
  • Variety of dining and entertainment options within walking distance
  • Access to a range of accommodation options including the Westin Hotel, Hotel Wing and Hotel Mid
  • 30 minutes to New Haneda International Airport via public transport

Products:
  • Rental Offices
  • Virtual Offices
  • Meeting Rooms and Seminar Spaces
  • Business Services
  • IT Services

Overview

Our Business Centre is conveniently located opposite the Meguro JR train station, with easy access to the rest of the city via metro lines (Namboku and Mita lines) , the JR Yamanote line, and various bus routes.

Meguro is an upcoming business area, undergoing far-reaching redevelopment over the next four years, and is strategically nestled between the major business and leisure hubs of Shibuya, Ebisu and Shinagawa. Shinagawa Station is just a few stops away, and it offers additional transport connections with the shinkansen (bullet train) for long distance domestic travel and direct connections to Haneda International Airport.

Meguro boasts a high-end reception, a large number of expertly designed meeting rooms, seminar space, and over 500sqm of co-working space with wellness zones including business lounge, pantry space, gym and shower facilities as well as unlimited coffee and Wi-Fi to encourage a collaborative and well-balanced work environment.

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2014.01.03 Compass Offices and ILCA present the Tokyo Neural Networking Party.
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When: 17:00 to 21:00, Thursday 16 January

Where: 2F & 4F Habitat, MG Meguro Ekimae Building

Price: Conference + Party (with 1 free drink) ¥5,000

            Conference ¥4,000

            Party (with 1 free drink) ¥1,500

*Party Free for Compass Offices / Habitat members

 

 

This month, Compass Offices and ILCA have teamed up to present the Tokyo Neural Networking Party at the Compass Habitat, MG Meguro Ekimae Building on Thursday 16 January.

 

 

The Tokyo Neural Networking Party will be a unique event that will be split into two parts; the first of which will be a conference entitled ‘Do Crowds Dream of Cloud Computing in 2014? (17:00 to 19:00 @ 2nd floor seminar space), offering insight on hot topics related to crowd fundraising, cloud technology and collective intelligence by various industry and academic experts. The second part of the event will be the Party in the Habitat, from 18:00 to 21:00, featuring a range of whacky interactive exhibitions, live entertainment and refreshments.

 

“We are delighted to be co-hosting the Tokyo Neural Networking Party with the ILCA” says Compass Offices Regional Director, Tom Cocks. “Compass Offices sees itself as an entrepreneurial brand, so for us to be able to host an event that will ultimately help new businesses develop, plus showcase a range of talented individuals, is the perfect way to demonstrate that.”

 

“The Habitat is a very unique facility that is perfectly suited to this type of informal yet edifying event” says Cocks. “Since launching the Habitat in May 2013, more and more businesses are using the space, not only as a mobile working solution but also as the perfect venue for hosting events and informal gatherings”.

 

Compass Offices opened their Business Centre, which is located across 8 floors of the MG Meguro Ekimae Building in May 2013. The Meguro Centre also provided the location for the first ever Compass Habitat, a first-of-its-kind workspace and eco-system based in the heart of Tokyo. “Habitat was a huge gamble for us, as it really hadn't ever been heard of before in Japan. We knew that ways-of-working were evolving with an increasing number of workers choosing to forego traditional office space for more flexible working solutions. However the uptake and positive feedback from our users has been really pleasing. Some people enjoy the space so much, that they actually use it as their everyday office!” said Cocks.

 

Following the success of the Habitat in MG Meguro Ekimae Building, Compass Offices have just announced that they will be launching a Habitat in Seoul, South Korea in March 2014.

 

For more information on the Tokyo Neural Networking Party, please visit: http://ilca.asia/school/2370/

 

Fpr more information on the Compass Habitat, please contact

JPsales@compassoffices.com

2013.01.07 Compass Offices Announces New 8 Floor Serviced Office and Co-Working Space in Meguro, Tokyo
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Building on the success of the existing Tokyo Kamiyacho centre, Compass Offices (http://compassoffices.com) will add a substantial second location in Meguro in January 2013. The new centre is comprised of 3,900 square metres of office and meeting space across 8 floors and is located directly opposite the Meguro JR station. At the forefront of the flexible workspace trend in Japan, the Meguro centre will combine residential, retail, traditional office, serviced office, virtual office and co-working solutions in one work-life habitat.

 

"As the largest space in the Compass Offices portfolio, the new Meguro location allows us to provide a wide range of workspace and meeting solutions for our clients in Tokyo," Andrew Chung, CEO and founder of Compass Offices.

 

With investment in IT infrastructure, office space fit-out, co-working spaces and meeting rooms, Compass Offices are striving to make Meguro a new destination for clients seeking workspace solutions.

 

"This is truly a 21st Century solution which will be priced at a level extremely attractive to local entrepreneurs and market-entry companies alike. Compass Offices continues to lead through innovation and by providing flexible solutions to our customers. We look forward to welcoming many new friends to our Meguro centre," Jeremy Sanderson, Chairman, Compass Offices Japan.

 

Compass Offices was founded in Hong Kong in October 2009 and opened in Japan in 2011. Compass Offices has rapidly grown to become Hong Kong's largest Serviced Office provider with additional locations in Singapore.

 

Meguro will be the 31st location in the Compass Offices network with further regional growth in the pipeline. Renowned for high quality locations, transparent pricing and flexible terms, Compass Offices are the preferred solution for businesses looking to grow with a flexible office space provider.

2011.10.03 CBRE releases preliminary data on the vacancy rate and the average rent in the three major cities for August 2011
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In Tokyo’s 23 wards, the vacancy rate decreased 0.2 point to 7.5%. In Osaka was flat, 11.1%. In Nagoya decreased 0.2 point to 12.9%.

2011.09.29 How Virtual Offices Work
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Are you starting your own business and need to save cash? Do you want to test the sometimes turbulent waters of the business world first before you sign a lease for office space or get a mortgage for a building? Does your business lend itself well to operating in a virtual environment? Are your employees willing to work from their homes, cars, or other moving targets? Or, do you simply think the environmental benefits are reason enough to consider a virtual work space?

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2011.09.26 Advantages to Leasing Your Office Space
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For many entrepreneurs and small business owners, the question of whether to buy property or to lease office space can be a confusing issue. If you ask a professional real estate broker, he or she will probably tell you that it depends on the particular situation. The truth is, when it comes to this important business decision, there really is no “one size fits all” solution.

Of course, if you are lacking sufficient capital to purchase a commercial building, then the decision becomes an easy one. But leasing may be the smartest move anyway: Statistics show that most new business owners start out by leasing office space, and many business consultants advise leasing your work space until you get on your feet and your business starts operating in the black.

Some advantages to leasing your business property:

  • Flexibility. One obvious advantage to leasing property is the flexibility it provides. When the lease is up, you can easily relocate to another office that better suits the needs of your business and your budget.
  • Fewer responsibilities. The property manager or landlord is the one responsible for maintenance, security, remodeling, and other management issues.
  • Deductible payments. If the arrangement is a true lease (and the Internal Revenue Service agrees it is), then lease payments are deductible as operating expenses.
  • No mortgage. Not being locked into a mortgage loan allows you to free up cash and put it where it is needed. This is especially helpful for new business owners.
  • Tax credits. An investment tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in federal income taxes, equal to 10 percent of the cost of the equipment in the year the equipment is put into use. While the lessor usually takes the tax credit, it may pass part of the benefit on to the lessee in the form of a reduced lease payment.
  • Negotiable rates. If real estate properties in your area are plentiful, it may be possible to negotiate a lower price on your lease amount.
  • Less tax paperwork. If your business is leasing office space, your income tax return will be simpler to file, compared to the endless forms that building owners must fill out.
  • No down payment. When you purchase a building, you typically pay 20 to 25 percent of the price as a down payment and then mortgage the balance. When you lease office space, you need only pay one or two months of the lease value before moving in, which can be a real blessing for cash-strapped small business owners.