Triple A class rating office in The Opus

AED 270,800 /yr

Dubai, Business Bay

Reference ID: CO-R-16711

Reference ID: CO-R-16711

Triple A class rating office in The Opus

Property Info

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Posted On

April 8th, 2020

Property Reference


  • Dining in Building

  • Retail in Building


This 2,708 sq. ft. office is located in The Opus Tower, Business Bay. Positioned on a mid- floor, this property provides 2 parking spaces and is for lease. The Opus Tower is a mixed-use development with 15 floors of offices, luxury serviced apartments, ME by Melia, ground floor retail areas, and with an easy access to Sheikh Zayed Road and the Dubai Metro. The lease rate is AED 100/ sq. ft., or AED 270,800 per annum, excluding service charges.

Unit features:

  • Shell and core office
  • On a mid-floor
  • High-quality finishes
  • Service charge AED 20/sq.ft. per annum
  • 1/1,000 sq.ft. parking ratio

Building features:

  • Triple-A Class rating
  • High-level security systems
  • Business Centre at ME by Melia
  • ME state-of-the-art gym, swimming pool and spa
  • Roof-top bar, club, and a variety of F&B outlets
  • Walking distance to bus stop and Business Bay Metro station
CORE is one of the leading real estate companies in Dubai, offering bespoke residential and commercial property advice to local and international clients.
RERA permit number for this property: 21374


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