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2-storey warehouse facility on Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim on sale for $50m

The property at 310 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim has a potential built-up area of 564,761 square feet.

A two-storey logistics building at 301 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim is up for sale for around $50m through a private treaty.

In a statement, CBRE said the property is on a plot covering an area of around 3.7 hectares with a remaining lease tenure until 2041.

The property has a total gross floor area of around 459,278 square feet. It also has a potential built-up area of around 564,761 square feet, offering an additional 105,483 square feet of untapped plot ratio.

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CBRE said the facility itself has an area of 430,000 square feet, with an ancillary office space of 26,000 square feet.

It also has a floor-to-floor ceiling height of over eight metres per floor and has 15 dock levellers, allowing an efficient loading of 40-foot containers.

The property also has 42 container parking lots, a 2,000 kilo-volt ampere 400 volts incoming power supply, a six-tonne cargo lift, and two three-tonne goods hoists.

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