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Agent seeks €6m for stake in designated future city area

The collection is being sold in one lot and comprises 46 units extending to about 6,011 square metres.

12th November, 2017
Applewood shopping centre in Swords, Co Dublin

Knight Frank is offering investors the chance to purchase two income-producing commercial village/neighbourhood centres at Applewood Village in Swords and at Drynam Square in nearby Kinsealy, two heavily populated and growing north Dublin suburbs.

The collection is being sold in one lot and comprises 15 retail units, five eatery/takeaway units, two medical practices, 13 office suites, a public house/off-licence, a creche, an ATM, a one-bed apartment, five two-bed apartments, a three-bed apartment and two...

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