Providing some much needed good news within the commercial property market, joint agents Bannon and Kelly Walsh have successfully let a further four units at St. Olaves Business Centre, Kinsealy.
In a more challenging property market, the joint agents have secured Eugene Berry Financial Services, Green with Envy Landscape Designers, McGovern Public Relations and Jim Clarke Project Management.
Just three units remain available which would suit a variety of service/office providers or destination retail uses such as a café, restaurant, beauty salon etc.
Developed by Newlyn Developments, St. Olave’s Business Centre is also home to Links Crèche and Montessori and Collier Broderick Resource Consultancy.
Despite the slowdown in suburban lettings Newlyn developments had adopted an innovative strategy of enabling the tenant to lease the units on a long term basis with the option to purchase them at an agreed price in the future.
Marcus Wren, Director with Bannon said “given the shortage of funding at present, this approach has proven extremely successful, allowing interested parties the luxury of testing the location by renting initially with the option to purchase once funding is more readily available. We continue to have significant interest from potential occupiers, mainly based in the surrounding north Dublin suburbs such as Malahide, Portmarnock and Kinsealy who are attracted by the high quality of the development, plenty of car parking, low occupational costs and the ease of access by car and bus to the city centre, airport and M50.”
The own door showroom/retail units range in size from 66 sq.m up to 321 sq.m and are finished to a high standard while also benefiting from ample car parking. Attractive terms are being offered with quoting rents in the region of €215 per sq.m.
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