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IHG Signs InterContinental Hotel and Residences in Osaka, Japan

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InterContinental Hotels Group and Osaka Station North Yard Development Project have reached an agreement for IHG to open a luxury hotel and high-end residences within the Osaka Station North Yard Development Project in Osaka city under the InterContinental brand.

This marks the debut of the InterContinental brand in Osaka and the debut of InterContinental residences in Japan. Both the hotel and residences are scheduled to open in 2013.

Osaka Station North Yard lies in the heart of the city and spans approximately 24 hectares. Work is already underway in the seven-hectare early development zone, where the new InterContinental hotel and residences will be located.

Designated by the city as a special zone for urban redevelopment, this seven-hectare area will feature a concentration of urban amenities, high-end offices, luxurious modern accommodation options and a 10,000 sqm plaza and pedestrian mall. Osakas first InterContinental is a key development in the zone and will feature approximately 200 rooms and 50 residential apartments, along with restaurants and banqueting facilities.

In Japan, there are currently six InterContinental hotels in Tokyo and Okinawa.

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