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UBI business space for rent

Looking for a high ceiling, prime location and good image space, look no more. Asking $2psf.

Call King at 94772121 for more details.

http://www.sgbayhomes.com/18432146

UB Point is a brand new, 6-storey, multi-tenanted development offering more than 147,000 sq ft of B1 industrial space with common facilities such as passenger and cargo lifts, loading/unloading bays with dock-levellers and sheltered car park lots. UB Point is located within an established light industrial area and is easily accessible via PIE and is a ten-minute walk to the MacPherson MRT.


Space for Lease
Unit sizes: 1,200 – 29,500 sq ft

Freehold Industrial Space near Downtown line #sgbayhomes

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A rare #01 business space in Aljunied Industrial Complex. Mins to future Mattar MRT station. about 20 sqft ceiling height. Good as showflat or warehouse. Call King @ 94772121 for viewing details.

Aljunied Industrial Complex is a commercial property located at 623-625, Aljunied Road, 389835 in District 14. Aljunied Industrial Complex is primarily used for Light Industrial (B1) rental and sale. Aljunied Industrial Complex is close to Aljunied MRT Station (EW9) and MacPherson MRT Station (CC10). It is near to several bus stops located at Flextronic – 70311, opposite Flextronic – 70319 and opposite Canossa Convent Primary – 70021.

Amenities near Aljunied Industrial Complex

Aljunied Industrial Complex is near to several eateries located at nearby buildings such as Aljunied Industrial Complex Self-Service Canteen at 625 Aljunied Road and Canteen at Sindo Building.

Aljunied Industrial Complex is within reasonable distance to NTUC Fairprice Supermarket.

Aljunied Industrial Complex is accessible via Aljunied Road, MacPherson Road, Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway and Pan Island Expressway.

Property Investors now look increasingly to Office and Retail Segments

http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/premium/singapore/office-retail-segments-lure-investors-20140813

LED by rising rents and limited supply in the near-term, investment activities are expected to hold up for office and retail space. The absence of additional buyer’s stamp duty (ABSD) and seller’s stamp duty (SSD) in the commercial space is also making this segment more appealing to investors.

Knight Frank executive director Mary Sai noted that the Singapore retail and office markets are among top picks in Asia for foreign investors, who face heftier ABSD than locals in the residential market.

“Robust economic growth, stable government, low unemployment, strength of Singapore dollars, are some compelling pull factors for foreign investors in our commercial properties,” she said at the National Real Estate Congress yesterday.

“Another reason why people move over to commercial property is because the absolute sum of capital to be paid is affordable,” Ms Sai added, citing the example of Alexandra Central, which had 43 per cent of transactions below S$1 million. The project that was launched in January last year had 98.3 per cent of strata-titled retail space sold out within one day.