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History

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1960〜

1960 Established Daikyo Shoji Incorporated
1964 Established Daikyo Kanko Incorporated (now DAIKYO INCORPORATED)
1968 Launched condominium sales Launched first Lions Mansion

Launched condominium sales Launched first Lions Mansion

1969 Established Daikyo Kanri Incorporated (now DAIKYO ASTAGE INCORPORATED) as a company specializing in condominium management

Established Daikyo Kanri Incorporated (now DAIKYO ASTAGE INCORPORATED) as a company specializing in condominium management

1975 Introduced auto‐lock main entrance and brick‐tile exterior

Introduced auto‐lock main entrance and brick‐tile exterior

1978 Achieved top position as industry leader in condominium units supplied (4,289 units), remaining No.1 for 29 consecutive years
1979 Established Jutaku Ryutsu Center to launch real estate distribution and brokerage operations

1980〜

1983 Completed 1,000th building in Lions Mansion series

Completed 1,000th building in Lions Mansion series

1984 Developed and deployed LIONSONLINE‐GUARD (L.O.G System), the industry's first centralized condominium management system

Developed and deployed LIONSONLINE‐GUARD (L.O.G System), the industry's first centralized condominium management system

Engineering department set up at Daikyo Kanri Incorporated (now DAIKYO ASTAGE INCORPORATED). Comprehensive large‐scale condominium repairs and maintenance started
1987 Daikyo Kanko Incorporated renamed DAIKYO INCORPORATED

Daikyo Kanko Incorporated renamed DAIKYO INCORPORATED

1988 Annual sales totaled 10,000 units; cumulative contracts reached about 100,000 units
Established Daikyo Jutaku Ryutsu Incorporated (now DAIKYO ANABUKI REAL ESTATE INCORPORATED)
Set up condominium management industry's first training center
1994 First loss posted since founding Net loss of 16.1 billion yen due to impact of slump in condominium sales following collapse of bubble economy
1997 Launched Highest condominium (at the time) Tower condominium was 185 m high with 55 above-ground floors, making this the highest condominium in Japan (until 2006).
1998 First management reforms established Economic slump, asset deflation, and banks’ non-performing loan problems resulting from the bubble's collapse began to have an impact on actual business, pushing down condominium sales and leading to massive inventories. With a change in president, management reforms were taken to build a revenue system capable of ensuring profit at certain levels.
Became biggest condominium management company for first time (with 231,286 units under management)

2000〜

2001 Following the introduction of the Housing Performance Labeling System, became the first in the industry to receive the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport’s house design performance evaluation

Following the introduction of the Housing Performance Labeling System, became the first in the industry to receive the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport’s house design performance evaluation

2002 Launched Forest Lake Hibarigaoka, the first private sector-built condominium complex in Japan to receive official approval as an environment-friendly housing project

Launched Forest Lake Hibarigaoka, the first private sector-built condominium complex in Japan to receive official approval as an environment-friendly housing project

2004 “Second financial support” requested, and support requested and authorized from Industrial Revitalization Corporation of Japan
Shift from business structure centered on condominiums to a three-pronged cyclical business with the addition of a condominium management business and real estate brokerage business
Became first in the industry to manage more than 300,000 condominiums
2005 Formed capital alliance with ORIX Corporation
2006 Established DAIKYO L・DESIGN INCORPORATED (now DAIKYO REFORM・DESIGN INCORPORATED to sell interior decor and remodeling services

Established DAIKYO L . DESIGN INCORPORATED (now DAIKYO REFORM・DESIGN INCORPORATED to sell interior decor and remodeling services

2007 The Lions Ueno no Mori, the 6,000th Lions mansion building, launched

The Lions Ueno no Mori, the 6,000th Lions mansion building, launched

Established TAIWAN DAIKYO INCORPORATED
2009 Building and condominium management firm ORIX Facilities Corporation joined the Group
2011 Became first in the industry to manage more than 400,000 condominiums
2013 Real estate brokerage and consulting firm Asset Wave Incorporated (now Anabuki Construction Inc.) joined the Group
Became first in Japan to manage more than 500,000 condominiums
Completed 8,000th condominium building
2014
Established construction company Shared space renovation business was split off from DAIKYO ASTAGE INCORPORATION, a condominium management services company, to become DAIKYO CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED (currently DAIKYO ANABUKI CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED)

Condominium renovation specialist DAIKYO CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED started comprehensive and large‐scale repairs and maintenance (merged with and absorbed DAIKYO ASTAGE INCORPORATED and established a construction firm, DAIKYO ANABUKI CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED in 2015)

Established DAIKYO AUSTRALIA PTY LTD.
Established Daikyo Hongkong Limited
2015 Repair and maintenance company SHUKEN INCORPORATED joined the Group
2018 ANABUKI LIFE SUPPORT INC., a joint venture company in the nursing care business, was established by Anabuki Construction Inc. and CARE STATION INC.
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