Former restaurant on Cork city’s Prince’s Street selling for €275,000

No 29 is suited to restaurant, retail, deli or café use, subject to planning permission.

DEMAND for Cork city cafe units remains at hot-cake sales levels, so a keen appetite can be expected in the sale of a former restaurant at 29 Prince’s Street.

Set between South Mall and Oliver Plunkett Street, and listed now with Siobhan Young and Philip Horgan, of Cushman & Wakefield, is this slender property, with 675 sq ft net internally and with first-floor storage.

It’s for sale, with vacant possession, at €275,000, and is mid-terraced, with a glazed front to Princes Street and has good floor-to-ceiling height. It’s next door to Cork Arts Supplies, near the South Mall, and Parliament Bridge, and traders close-by include the well-established Nash 19, and Rossini’s, while the eclectic Ivory Tower restaurant bookends the street at first-floor level at No 45/Exchange Buildings.

No 29 is suited to restaurant, retail, deli or café use, subject to planning permission, say Cushman & Wakefield, and they are selling by private treaty with vacant possession.

Meanwhile, the city’s burgeoning restaurant scene is awaiting the opening of Japanese chef, Takashi Miyazaki’s new sister restaurant to his compact eaterie at 1A Evergreen Street, Ichigo Ichie, a traditional ‘Kappou’ Japanese, fine-dining sit-down, at an as-yet undisclosed
location. He has advertised for a manager for Ichigo Ichie.

Details: Cushman & Wakefield 021-4275454


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