The property comprises of a four storey over basement, city centre terrace with attractive red brick façade. It is a modern construction under a pitched slate covered roof. The terrace boasts three points of access directly from the public footpath on Bridge Street and offers a rare opportunity to avail of an expansive profile onto one of the city centres busiest thoroughfares.
Bridge Street is located to the north of St. Patrick’s Bridge in the heart of Cork city centre. It links St. Patrick’s Hill with St. Patrick’s Street and is a major conduit between the city centre quays and MacCurtain Street. Ground floors along this street are primarily in retail use, while there are a mix of retail and commercial operators at upper floor levels.
The street enjoys a very high volume of both pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Bridge Street will be part of the MacCurtain Street Public Transport Improvement Scheme, a plan to create a more sustainable transport system in the city. The subject property is situated on the west side of Bridge Street, between its junctions with Coburg Street and Camden Quay.
AccommodationBasement: 111.13 Sq.M. 1,196.2 Sq.Ft.
Ground: 209.33 Sq.M. 2,253.2 Sq.Ft.
First: 373.44 Sq.M. 4,019.6 Sq.Ft.
Second: 331.49 Sq.M. 3,568.0 Sq.Ft.
Third: 331.49 Sq.M. 3,568.0 Sq.Ft.
Total: 1,356.88 Sq.M. 14,605.0 Sq.Ft.
Features3 points of access to public street
Floor access via 4 stairwells and 1 passenger lift
Separate access available to upper floors
No.s 11–13 fit out as for office/banking use
No.s 14–15 fit out as for commercial uses
Possible use of 20 car parking spaces in nearby multistory carpark
Sought after central location
DirectionsPlease see Eircode T23 F728 for directions.
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