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U.35 Nutgrove Shopping Centre

Rathfarnham, Dublin 14

To Let €35 per sq.ft
Property Highlights
  • High profile position within the mall
  • Excellent Retail Opportunity in a strong performing suburban scheme.
  • Anchored by Penneys, Tesco and Dunnes Stores
Property Location

Nutgrove Shopping Centre is an established shopping centre situated in the heart of Rathfarnham.
It is anchored by Penneys, Tesco and Dunnes Stores and has other notable occupiers including Boots, Trespass, Burger King, McDonalds, Starbucks, Specsavers, Claires Accessories, Camile, Argos, 

The Card Factory, Four Star Pizza, Dealz, Tiger, Clarkes Shoes, Holland & Barrett, and Peter Mark. Nutgrove Shopping Centre has an average weekly footfall of 80,000, and there are approximately 1,000 free customer car parking spaces.

Property Description

The unit which extends to approx. 40 sq.m. (420 sq.ft.) is located in a high-profile position along the main mall. The unit is a fully serviced regular shaped retail unit with glazed shop front, laminate flooring and suspended florescent lighting. There is also a mezzanine storage area which is accessed via a rear staircase.

Lease Terms

Available on new lease terms

Property Size/Area
40 sq.m. (420 sq.ft.)
Property Status
To Let
BER Details
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