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Final lots of Carrickmines Park on sale for €45 million

Site has potential for development of multiplex cinema in one of the lots, subject to planning

28th October, 2015
The Park, Carrickmines.

The last undeveloped section of The Park in Carrickmines, one of the country’s busiest retail centres, has been put on the market with a guide price of more than €45 million.

The Park was built by developer Michael Cotter of Park Development in 2004, and it is currently home to retailers like Woodies, Mothercare, Powercity, Currys, PC World, TK Maxx, Heatons, Harvey Norman and Smyths. According to estate agent Savills, which is handling...

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