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91 O ‘Connell Street, Limerick


Price
P.O.A.

Type
Commercial

Status
To Let

Description

Announcing to the market a truly superb inner city elegant 4 storey over basement and extended Georgian Property recently refurbished throughout located in the historical hub of Limericks business district. Available for immediate letting this property is currently laid out in cellular office accommodation, well proportioned, spacious, bright and ideal for those in seach of prime inner city space. Gas fired central heating system. High profile frontage to O Connell Street.To Let with vacant possession.To suit modern day business needs the building has new electrical and CAT 6 data cabling, new emergency lighting, fire detection and communicable control unit. The building has been retrofitted with energy efficient lighting throughout, zoned heating control, flow metering and efficient gas condensing boiler and increased insulation blanket in basement and top floor.
Circa 5,364 square feet - Floor plans available on request. ideally available all in one lot. Partial lettings may be considered. Inspection of this "Trophy" property is very highly recommended.

Features

  • Furnished
  • In the hub of the Central Business District.
  • Beautifully restored and refurbished Georgian Gem.
  • Extended to the rear with courtyard.
  • Good frontage to O Connell Street.
  • High profile occupiers nearby.
  • In turnkey condition.
  • Available for immediate occupation.

Accommodation


Note:
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Directions

Enter Eircode V94 NP9E in your mobile device. This property is situated on the right hand side of the street as you drive up O Connell Street between the junctions of Glentworth Street and Mallow Street. The surrounding area is considered an established office location within Limerick city occupied by various solicitors, accountants and insurance brokers.

Limerick is the capital of Ireland`s Mid-West region with an urban and rural hinterland population of over 200,000 and is noted for its shopping, its dining and entertainment, its historical significance, as well as its contributions to the arts. The immediate urban population is estimated at 80,000. Limerick is recognised as the main administrative capital of the mid-west region. Excellent transport links to Dublin Cork and Galway via the M7, M20 and M 18 respectively. Shannon Airport is located just 30 km west of the city. Limerick also enjoys superb educational, sporting and recreational facilities such as University of Limerick, Limerick Institute of Technology, Mary Immaculate College, Thomond Park, The LIT Gaelic Grounds, The Limetree Theatre and The University Concert Hall.