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Bodega para Venta en Los Colores

BODEGA PARA  VENTA
$1.250.000.000

SECTOR LOS COLORES

Bodega con una área de 400 mtrs aprox, muy bien ubicada con muy buenas vías de acceso, y rutas de transporte. tiene tres niveles, puerta camión, piso de alta resistencia, doble altura, oficinas, 4 baños, parqueo para tres carros, estrategicamente ubicada cerca a la universidad salazar y herrera, y carrera 70. Optima para desarrollar actividad comercial y/o industrial.

Área libre: 400 m2

Estrato: 4

Antiguedad: 0

Nivel: 1

Habitaciones: 0

Baños:

4

Características del sector

  • Estación de Servicio
  • Zona Comercial
  • Transporte Publico cercano
  • Cerca a Vía Principal
  • Universidades y Colegios

Características interiores

  • Acceso para Camiones
  • Parqueadero Interno
  • Citofono
  • Piso de Alta Resistencia
  • Oficinas Administrativas
  • Altura Libre
  • Bahia Exterior de Parqueo

2 respuestas a Bodega para Venta en Los Colores

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