Details - Information last confirmed on June 22, 2021

The commercial real estate project to be sold is located in the core CBD area of Zhongshan city, a node city of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area.

The project is a nine-story building, covering an area of about 8,667 square meters, a construction area of 47,233 square meters and a rentable area of 51,000 square meters. Currently, a number of well-known brands have been carrying out business in the building.

The commercial real estate is a rare resource in the core area of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, with greater appreciation potential and less risk.

The current valuation for the project is over US$ 188 million, but the proposed sales price is only US$ 110 million.

The shareholder intends to sell 100% equity of the company holding the commercial real estate.

Serious buyers are welcome. Anyone who sends false inquiry will be blacklisted and reported.

PLEASE BE NOTED: The commercial real estate is located in Zhongshan city, China. Any interested party needs to show proof of funds and locks up the funds for purchase purpose. The above information is for reference only and does not constitute the final transaction conditions. Potential buyers need to sign brokerage service contract with us. We will help successful buyers to set up investment entity to meet the Chinese laws and regulations and go through the formalities of the merger and acquisition in China.

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