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The Newtownards Road is one of Belfast’s main arterial routes heading East from Belfast City Centre towards Ballyhackamore. The subject property is situated close to the junction with Dee Street.
The Newtownards Road is in a densely populated residential area and benefits from a high level of passing traffic and pedestrian footfall.
The subject site fronts the Crumlin Road and the corner of Yarrow Street in North Belfast, approximately 1.5 miles from the city centre. Land use in the area comprises primarily of commercial properties fronting the Crumlin Road with residential property in the surrounding streets and avenues.
Originally a purpose built Lidl store the premises extend to c. 103,657 sq ft (1,268 sq m) on a fully enclosed site of 2.27 acres with 147 car parking spaces and serving facilities.
The property is in excellent condition and benefits from a glazed frontage with roller shutters, suspended ceiling lighting and ancillary accommodation.
The property occupies a prominent corner site at the junction of Donegall Quay, Ann Street and Oxford Street and therefore benefits from some of the best views in Belfast. The property is located opposite Queen’s Bridge which offers easy access to East Belfast and beyond Holywood and Bangor.
The subject forms part of a modern showroom/warehouse development which comprises 2 units. The property is constructed from a steel portal frame enclosed with a combination of brick/block work and profile metal cladding. The unit benefits from an electrically operated roller shutter door and trade counter shop frontage on the front elevation.
The Mercantile is an exemplar of modern grade A office space, occupying Belfast’s premier city-centre location overlooking the City Hall. When completed in Q3 2020, it will offer flexible Grade A office space over 8 upper floors with typical floor plates of c.
The property of traditional construction, is arranged over 3 floors, providing a ground floor café whilst the upper floors, benefiting from separate access, provides office accommodation with ancillary kitchen and wc/shower facilities.
The café with its glazed shopfront is finished internally with plastered/painted walls, suspended ceilings with...
This Grade B2 Listed building was constructed in c.1850 and originally occupied by James Tedford & Co. as a ship chandler's and sail making business, until it was converted to a licensed restaurant in the late 1990's.
The site occupies a prominent location on the busy Saintfield Road in Carryduff, a prosperous suburb to the south of Belfast. Current retail facilities are poor and there are significant outstanding retail requirements.
The subject property occupies a prominent position on the Albertbridge Road, one of the main arterial routes into Belfast in close proximity to East Bridge Street and Belfast Central Station. It provides numerous amenities including shops and excellent bus links into the city centre.
The property comprises a three storey modern self-contained office building and is finished to include carpet floor coverings, suspended ceilings, recessed lighting and perimeter trunking, with kitchen and WCfacilities. It also includes an area to the rear which could provide parking for approx. 4 cars
Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland providing the principal shopping facilities for a catchment population of approximately 1 million people. The city is one of the main retail centres in the UK and Ireland, attracting shoppers from around the world.
The property occupies a prime position in the City Centre close to Dunnes, Starbucks,...
The site extends to c.11 hectares (2.71 acres) and benefits from extensive frontage onto Roguery Road and is clearly visible from the Toome Bypass. Planning permission granted for site for petrol filling station.
The lands occupy a prime location fronting onto the Boucher Road, approximately 3 miles to the south west of the city centre and with excellent connections to the M1 Motorway and wider road network.
The subject site forms part of the Old Balmoral Fruit Market and all the buildings have now been cleared.
The subject premises provides warehouse accommodation with ancillary offices and currently has a walk in freezer and chiller which can remain, if required.
The property occupies a highly accessible location in South Belfast, just off Stockmans Roundabout at Junction 2 of the M1 Motorway.
Drumbeg is a small village located approximately 4 miles from Lisburn City Centre and 6.5 miles from Belfast City Centre. The village is situated within the Lagan Valley Regional Park and the Lagan Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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