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A BEAUTIFULLY maintained, aesthetically attractive former bank building in the Benoni CBD, which lends itself to retail, office or residential use, comes up for auction shortly, courtesy of Park Village Auctions' property division.
The sale of this prime investment will be followed by that of an assortment of movable assets including a large quantity of upholstery fabric, office furniture and effects, to be sold by way of "piece-meal".
The sale, on instructions of the liquidator, takes place on site at 46-48 Princess Avenue, Benoni, on Thursday April 29, commencing at 11am. Viewing is on the preceding Wednesday, April 28, from 9am to 4pm.
The four-storey, brick-faced granite premises is strategically positioned in the centre of Benoni, next to the Oriental Plaza, close to all major amenities and the taxi rank.
"This is an excellent opportunity for a supermarket chain on the ground floor and offices or residential conversion of the upper three floors, which have a separate entrance," says PVA's Lawrence Wulfsohn.
He points out that there are basement storage facilities and excellent security is in place.
As for movable assets, there's a large quantity of business fabrics, with names that will ring a bell with aficionados such as Seaworld, Galaxy, Rafaga and Festival, as well as a large range of vinyl prints (Erange, 1010 Special and so on) and a variety of car fabrics.
For further information call 011-789-4375/6/7 or e-mail www.parkvillageauctions.co.za