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BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE

Suteki Philosophy

Suteki’s commitment to building trust, building dreams and building the future—shows in everything it does. Through Group CEO Koichiro Hirata’s leadership, Suteki has arrived in this important moment, a moment marked by the presentation of a new vision for the suburban lifestyle. Suteki’s premiere luxury homes in the Northwest, both its 2018 Street of Dreams Harmony House and its 2017 Street of Dreams SUTEKI, are the first of a series of masterfully designed, sustainably-built homes planned for development in the Portland area.

Kengo Kuma and Hirata

BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE

Suteki Philosophy

Suteki’s commitment to building trust, building dreams and building the future—shows in everything it does. Through Group CEO Koichiro Hirata’s leadership, Suteki has arrived in this important moment, a moment marked by the presentation of a new vision for the suburban lifestyle. Suteki’s premiere luxury homes in the Northwest, both its 2018 Street of Dreams Harmony House and its 2017 Street of Dreams SUTEKI, are the first of a series of masterfully designed, sustainably-built homes planned for development in the Portland area.

BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE

Suteki History

Suteki’s story is one of inspiration, fortitude and a genuine intrepid spirit. Suteki is based in Yokohama, Japan, with offices around the world—all with a smart approach to designing environments that embrace cross-cultural design, comfort and a lifestyle centered around wellness. Suteki’s premiere home designs, made mostly of wood, draw from its expertise in the timber industry. Suteki’s parent company, Nice Corporation, was established in 1950 as Japan was rebuilding in the aftermath of World War II.

Nice Corporation started its business as a timber auction company. Through many changes, even devastating natural disaster, Suteki persevered and grew stronger. It is that strength that is threaded through the Suteki story. Now Suteki emerges a global leader in green building with its commitment to sustainable living and high style.

BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE

Suteki History

Suteki’s story is one of inspiration, fortitude and a genuine intrepid spirit. Suteki is based in Yokohama, Japan, with offices around the world—all with a smart approach to designing environments that embrace cross-cultural design, comfort and a lifestyle centered around wellness. Suteki’s premiere home designs, made mostly of wood, draw from its expertise in the timber industry. Suteki’s parent company, Nice Corporation, was established in 1950 as Japan was rebuilding in the aftermath of World War II.

Nice Corporation started its business as a timber auction company. Through many changes, even devastating natural disaster, Suteki persevered and grew stronger. It is that strength that is threaded through the Suteki story. Now Suteki emerges a global leader in green building with its commitment to sustainable living and high style.

BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE

Suteki in Portland

Suteki has deep roots in Portland and its legacy continues. Group CEO Koichiro Hirata’s family goes back generations with Oregon’s lumber industry, which is why the family chose the Portland area for its new home projects. Mr. Hirata’s father was awarded honorary citizenship by the City of Portland and was honored by the World Forestry Center as part of its Leadership Hall. Mr. Hirata himself was given the same honor, inducted in 2017. The history and deep affection for the Northwest is evident in the family connection and in the strong desire to bring elevated design to its developments. Luxury homes in the Northwest, both its 2018 Street of Dreams Harmony House and its 2017 Street of Dreams SUTEKI, are the first of a series of masterfully designed, sustainably-built homes planned for development in the Portland area.

BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE

Suteki in Portland

Suteki has deep roots in Portland and its legacy continues. Group CEO Koichiro Hirata’s family goes back generations with Oregon’s lumber industry, which is why the family chose the Portland area for its new home projects. Mr. Hirata’s father was awarded honorary citizenship by the City of Portland and was honored by the World Forestry Center as part of its Leadership Hall. Mr. Hirata himself was given the same honor, inducted in 2017. The history and deep affection for the Northwest is evident in the family connection and in the strong desire to bring elevated design to its developments. Luxury homes in the Northwest, both its 2018 Street of Dreams Harmony House and its 2017 Street of Dreams SUTEKI, are the first of a series of masterfully designed, sustainably-built homes planned for development in the Portland area.