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Shop and office units at International Plaza on sale for $60m

The sale will be conducted by expression of interest.

A portfolio of 15 prime commercial units at International Plaza was put on sale for a guide price of $60m.

The properties marketing agent, Edmond Tie, said the portfolio, which comprises five shop units and ten office units, will be sold via expression of interest.

The EOI exercises will be closed on 1 November at 3 pm. Interested parties have the flexibility to acquire the entire portfolio or individual strata units. 

The total strata area of the 15 commercial units is approximately 18,482 sq ft (1,717 sq m). The measurements of the five shops range from 241 sq ft to 1,421 sq ft, and all are approved for F&B use. 

Meanwhile,  the office component of the portfolio for sale comprises six adjoining units on Level 29 and four adjoining units on Level 33, with sizes ranging from 936 sq ft to 2,336 sq ft. 
 

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