Smile12 Registered User
#31

how do you find out what shops are goin to be in it.. so you can apply beforehand?

Sully Moderator
#32

Smile12 said:
how do you find out what shops are goin to be in it.. so you can apply beforehand?


No idea, bar keeping an eye in local newspapers I guess. I was unaware of any shops going into it.

RobitTV Registered User
#33

There's no point having dunnes anyway to be honest. Id much rather Marks and spencers or a other store that is popular.

But marks and spencers is getting unlikely

Professey Chin Registered User
#34

RobitTV said:
There's no point having dunnes anyway to be honest. Id much rather Marks and spencers or a other store that is popular.

But marks and spencers is getting unlikely


Didnt think M&S were ever even on the table

#35

Why are people even talking about M&S?

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Kina Registered User
#36

An Entertainments/ Leisure facility there would be great. Like a cinema, a food court, bowling, a gym facility.

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#37

Did you hear the one about the Three bears? Once upon a time there was Three bears Daddy bear Mammy bear........ Not going to happen in
the next five if not ten years

BBM77 Registered User
#38

Jesus, I can’t believe anybody thinks this place is going to open. As has been said before it is financially unviable not to mention the fact that it was built on the assumption that the population in the Ferrybank suburb was going to grow to 10 to 15 thousand. Dunnes does not want to open in there and M&S are at the wrong end of the market for Ferrybank.

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wmpdd3 Registered User
#39

i think its going to be a lovely great library in a massive building.

#40

I hear golden discs are taking over the whole building.

#41

A very large shop selling a huge range of albino elephants is also rumoured

Nypd Registered User
#42

It's going to be a giant joke shop, selling pictures of the clowns that gave it the thumbs up.

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#43

http://www.daft.ie/searchcommercial.daft?id=113024

Would someone buy this even at such a knockdown price with the threat of the Ferrybank centre hanging over it?

#44

No, but that would be nothing to do with Ferrybank. I think we both know that nothing is going to happen to that in our lifetime...

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Deise Vu Registered User
#45

wellboytoo said:
http://www.daft.ie/searchcommercial.daft?id=113024

Would someone buy this even at such a knockdown price with the threat of the Ferrybank centre hanging over it?


€575K to buy 54,000 sq ft and probably open to offers about €10 per sq ft. According to earlier posts a 1,000 sq ft unit was supposed to rent for roughly €50K per annum in the Ferrybank Shopping Centre.

That is what you call recalibrating expectations.

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