INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY | Half Floor Binary TowerINVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY | Half Floor Binary Tower
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AED9,500,000
The Binary, Business Bay, Dubai
8,549 sqft

Overview

  • TypeCommercial Floor
  • Price
    AED9,500,000
  • Bedroom(s)-
  • Bath(s)-
  • Area8,549 sqft
  • PurposeFor Sale
  • LocationThe Binary, Business Bay, Dubai
  • Ref. No:Bayut - 1026-Cf-S-4473

Description

Located  in Business Bay, opposite the Oberoi Hotel, the Binary is built for business. The office tower is one of Omniyats most iconic commercial projects marrying functionality with superior design at the heart of Dubais prime time locale. The property offers an unrivaled location within Business Bay where business and pleasure come together and boasts prestigious neighbors such as the Burj Khalifa, Dubai International Financial Center, the World Trade & Convention Center and Emirates Towers.

The building comprises 3 basements + Ground Floor + 5 podiums + 24 floors. The floors are serviced by 7 lifts.

Each unit has a bathroom and pantry.

The investment opportunity on offer comprises the following:
8,549.35 sq. ft. leased to a company which operates the area as serviced offices
10 units which together make up half a full floor
11 parking spaces
Net rent receivable: AED 750,000 p. a.
Lease expiry: 31st July 2021 (renewal terms can be agreed before a purchase)
Asking price is AED 9,500,000
Service charge: AED 16.18/sq. ft.

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Size:
8,549 sqft
Current status
Includes furnishings
AED480,881
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Total Price
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Loan Period
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Down Payment
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25%
Interest Rate
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AED
34,684
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TOTAL LOAN AMOUNTAED10,405,096
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