Wilton Shopping Centre, Cork is reportedly on the market for €86,000.
Savills has launched the shopping centre to the market on behalf of York Capital, reports the Irish Examiner.
With anchor stores such as Tesco and Penneys, the retail centre reportedly boasts a footfall of over 5.5 million per annum.
Speaking with the Irish Examiner, Fergus O’Farrell of Savills said: “The unique combination of accessibility from across the city and suburbs, proximity to the two largest third level institutes and Cork University Hospital, and home to Penney’s only suburban Cork store ensure that Wilton is a sustainably strong retail location with a diverse consumer base supporting the range of retailers within the scheme."
Other key retailers within the centre includes Boots, Euro Giant and Easons.
Cork second-largest retail centre opened on December 6th 1979. In 2003 a major extension commenced with the addition of 10 new Units and a Tesco Superstore.
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