WITH Japanese prime time shows praising Niseko for its culinary diversity, commercial restaurant property in upper Hirafu is maintaining strong interest.
Most recent construction projects in the Upper Village are now being built, with the ground level reserved for commercial ventures, and these spaces don’t tend to stay on the
THE scaffolding has come off of Suiboku, giving everyone in town a chance to see the latest addition to the Upper Village landscape.
West Canada Homes was chief project manager of Suiboku, Niseko Real Estate’s latest development. Its lead designer was the Japan-based company Atelier BNK.
The 10-unit apartment
THE developers of Panorama, which was to be built on a 3825sqm block of land in Upper Hirafu, have cancelled their plans to build, refunded all deposits received and put the site back on the market.
Panorama was designed to be an-all penthouse luxury development, due to include 55 units, day spa, wellness centre and commercial space.