The real estate developer’s investment vehicle will target companies working on technologies and services related to novel lifestyles, industry transformation and sustainability.

Japan-based property developer Mitsubishi Estate has formed a ¥10bn ($82m) corporate venture capital (CVC) fund called Bricks Fund Tokyo, which will invest its capital over the next five years.

Founded in 1937, Mitsubishi Estate manages real estate assets and provides architectural designs across markets including its home country, China, Vietnam and Singapore as well as the UK and the United States. It falls under the auspices of diversified conglomerate Mitsubishi Group.

Bricks Fund Tokyo will provide tens of millions to…

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Edison Fu

Edison Fu is a reporter and Asia liaison at Global Corporate Venturing.