Unique High Floor Office for Lease in Reem Island

Abu Dhabi, Al Reem Island

Reference ID: CA-R-2212

Reference ID: CA-R-2212

Unique High Floor Office for Lease in Reem Island

Property Info

Size (SqFt)

6,497

Furnished

Yes

Commercial For
Rent
Rent Is Paid
Biyearly
Listed By
Agent
Posted On
August 8th, 2020
Property Reference
CA-R-2212
Amenities
  • View of Landmark

  • Available Furnished

  • View of Water


Description

We are pleased to offer you fantastic offices for lease with the following features:

  • Total area 603 sq.m
  • High floor with outstanding sea and city views
  • Fully fitted condition
  • 7 parking spaces
  • Utilities are metered
  • Retail, F&B and supermarket available in Boutique Mall at GF/LGF levels within same building.
Call Zaid ElWarry on / or visit abudhabi.savills.ae for further details

Sun & Sky Towers form part of Shams Abu Dhabi, and are the two tallest buildings in the Shams Gate district. The 74-storey Sky Tower consists of a mix of residential and commercial units.

Savills Real Estate operates in both the residential and commercial property markets with services including residential sales and lettings, commercial leasing and investment, consultancy, property management and valuation. Whether managing a large portfolio for a corporate client, or helping a family find the perfect home, we are here to offer advice and deliver proactive solutions.

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