WITH fresh powder in the winter, cherry blossoms in spring, rolling hills packed full of flowers in summer and phenomenal warm hues in Autumn, Hokkaido’s Furano is a must-experience destination. The city’s proximity to national parks, cultural experiences and the year-round activities on offer are sure reasons why Hokkaido property developers Nisade and Hokkaido Tracks Resort Development (HTRD) teamed up to bring you an exciting project for Hokkaido’s alpine development – The Vale Furano (TVF).
HTRD’s Director Simon Robinson explains why he and Nisade Director Jonathan Martin collaborated on the project. “It (Furano) is a new market place that requires a new approach. Jonathan and I are obviously committed to the area. It makes a lot of sense to bring our skills and knowledge together as partners instead of competitors. It is an enjoyable collaboration.”
Leveraging off each company’s success – 399 combined total properties – and the success of The Vale Niseko, TVF will offer buyers boutique styling and lower price points in an established tourism location that still has a lot of room for growth.
The building will be designed with style and functionality in mind and comes with a 5% guaranteed return for the first two years. TVF is the first of Furano’s luxury boutique offerings and its inception marks an exciting joint venture for two of Hokkaido’s established alpine developers.