2600sq.ft.Warehouse with 2 offices|Al Quoz

AED 90,000 /yr

Posted On: July 16th, 2019

Size (SqFt)

2,600

Furnished

No

Commercial For

Rent

Rent Is Paid

In 4 Cheques

Listed By

Agent

Posted On

July 16th, 2019

Property Reference

almaha-1251023

Description

- Insulated warehouse of 2600 sq.ft.with 2 offices
- Electricity 3 phase, 11.6 kw
- Height: 6.5 meters
- Civil Defense approved
- Common washroom

Annual rent: AED.90,000/-

Terms of payment : 4 Installments per annum

Refundable Deposit: AED.5,000/-

VAT:5% of annual rent

Govt. tax:21% of annual rent (inclusive of vat on tax)

Commission:5% of annual rent

Ideal for carpentry, storage, metal work & event company.

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AL MAHA REAL ESTATE was established in the year 1998 in Dubai to provide prime residential and commercial properties to meet the demand rising from the vibrant economy.The range of our properties include warehouses, villas offices staff accommodation and apartments.

Our Office is located at Regal Tower,Office # 2705,Al Sa'ada street,Business Bay Dubai.

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