Bar with planning for two apartments in Cork

First viewings of Cork’s Great Escape — a licensed complex including a bar with dance areas including pole dancing, accommodation, and a development site, took place on a quiet day - Good Friday.

There’s scope for income, investment, and further development at the premises on the corner of Leitrim Street and Hardwick Street, notes Garry O’Donnell of ERA Downey McCarthy.

He guides No 31-32 Leitrim Street and 6 Hardwick Street at €375,000 and says there’s current annual income of €45,5000.

There’s an 1,800 sq ft licensed premises with overhead accommodation and stores, and FPP for new-builds on Hardwick Street (which connects to St Patrick’s Hill) for two, two-storey three-bed 1,275 sq ft apartments.

Planning is valid until 2019 and there would be 2huge demand from professionals working in the likes of Apple, Tyco, Blizzard etc for accommodation in the area,” says Mr O’Donnell.

There’s also income from an advertising sign of the corner gable.

Details: ERA Downey McCarthy 021-4905000.


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