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Units At Portlaoise Shopping Centre Portlaoise, County Laois , R32 EF85

  • Bathroom 1
  • Unfurnished

At a glance...

  • Tenant Ready, in shell condition.
  • Adjoining Dunnes Stores
  • A Short Walk from Portlaoise Town Centre
  • Ample Free Customer Parking
  • Located in a Densely Populated part of Portlaoise town
  • The only Shopping Centre in this Part of Town.
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Excellent Retail Opportunity to secure one of the external terrace retail units adjoining the newly refurbished and extended Dunnes Stores on the Mountmellick Road, Portlaoise, Co. Laois.

This long established shopping centre is ideally situated in a densely populated, residential area c.1km from Portlaoise town centre. The Centre has been successfully trading for over 40 years. The units have been newly refurbished and upgraded and are now tenant ready, in shell condition. The shopping centre has the benefit of ample, free parking spaces for customers and deliveries. All the retail units are own door, fronting onto the car park, with good display windows. Rear access to all units to facilitate deliveries. Portlaoise has a population of 22,000 (2016 census).

There are nine retail units in total.
Four Units are now available for lease.

Units 8-10, GIA c.93 sq. meters each. May be leased as single units or as a double/treble unit (GIA c.186 sq. meters).

Unit 12, GIA c. 204 sq. meters. End unit closest to the entrance, display windows on two side, highly visible from public road.

Traffic Data was collected for the period between 10/08/2022 to the 19/08/2022 with a total of 105,998 vehicles recorded. The daily peak time in traffic was between the hours of 5pm and 6pm with an average of 1,165 vehicles passing within the hour.

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