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Cushman & Wakefield Galway brings to the market a prime residential site in Oranmore, Co Galway. The site, which extends to approximately 2.66 hectares (6.57 acres), is located in one of Galway’s most sought-after residential areas.
Cushman & Wakefield is seeking offers in excess of €1.25m for one of Galway city’s most well recognised buildings.
Cushman & Wakefield Galway brings to the market a prime landholding in the centre of Barna.
McDonogh Capital Investments, a subsidiary of Galway-based Thomas McDonogh & Sons Limited, has lodged a planning application for the first phase of a new market defining office campus, Eastgate, to the east of Galway City.
Cushman & Wakefield is guiding €9.6 million for Westside Shopping Centre, a fully let shopping centre in Galway.
Hibernian House, located on the northern edge of Eyre Square, currently has two floors of Grade A office accommodation remaining.
More than 500 construction jobs will be created in the city centre next spring when work begins on the €100m Bonham Quay project. An Bord Pleanála this week approved plans by local developer Gerry Barrett to proceed with the substantial office development overlooking Galway docks.
Cushman & Wakefield has announced that No 1 City East, Oranmore, has officially been launched to the market to let. The property comprises superb grade A office accommodation extending to c6,410sq m (69,000sq ft) over four levels. This landmark building in a high profile position in Oranmore has undergone an extensive redevelopment by Siorap Investments Ltd. The design of the completed offices will be of an exceptionally high standard which meets current occupiers' exacting demands.
Galway City Council have this evening granted planning permission for a new two acre development which will deliver in excess of 26,000 sq. m of Grade A Office Space to Galway City Centre.
CIE through its agent Cushman & Wakefield is seeking premium rental bids by competitive tender to redevelop the 8.2 acre Ceannt site in Galway city. The city centre site has long been a Galway landmark and is steeped in the history of the city with the adjacent rail station being built in 1851 with the completion of the Dublin-Galway rail line. Furthermore the site is strategically linked to Galway’s transport hub which will no doubt be an integral part of the development of Ceannt Quarter.