Guineys to open in former Fitzgerald Nash premises
A well-known Clonmel business premies has been sold to a major department store group that plans to open for business by Easter.
According to selling agents Moynihan Curran Chartered Surveyors, the former Fitzgerald Nash store at 13/14 Irishtown, has been sold to Guineys
The selling agents were guiding a price of €500,000 and Kate Curran expects this new retail use to be a further catalyst for other retailers looking to locate in the town centre and which presently offers exceptional value for those national retailers currently in a position to expand.
The sale to Michael Guiney has been confirmed by the agents acting on behalf of liquidator Richard Maguire of O’Donovan Caulfield Lavin Limerick.
Ms Curran says - “The property which provides approximately 20,000 sq ft of commercial accommodation in total over a number of floor levels, represents another excellent vote of confidence in Clonmel town centre where profile retailers such as River Island and Holland & Barrett have located in recent years. Guineys are planning to be open for trade by Easter 2013”.
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