30-38 Lam Tin Street, Kwai Chung for sale via expression of interest

The building has a total gross area of approximately 31,331 sqft.

30-38 Lam Tin Street in Kwai Chung is up for en-bloc sale, announced CBRE in a press release. CBRE is the sole agent of the sale.

The property is a 3-storey industrial building with a total gross area of approximately 31,331 sqft in a 16,721 sqft site. It is accessible from both Lam Tin Street and Ta Chuen Ping Street.

According to CBRE, the property has a redevelopment potential of up to 190,619 sqft, subject to final approval of land premium and town planning application.

It will be sold on an “as-is” basis with existing tenancies.

Interested parties may submit an expression of interest until 23 November, Wednesday, 12 NN. Enquiries can be made to the following numbers: Frederick Lai, 9194 5323; Simon Yu, 9685 8365; or Travis Tai, 6225 3356.

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