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Former Copper Bar & Grill Sandyford for sale

Written by Robert McHugh, on 20th Jun 2019. Posted in Property

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CBRE have confirmed their instructions to offer the former Copper Bar & Grill, Blackthorn Road, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18 to the market for sale by private treaty.

The property is a purpose-built bar, restaurant and entertainment venue located within the Beacon South Quarter residential and commercial development. The former bar and restaurant extends to approximately 1,031 sq m (11,101 sq ft) spread over three levels.

The accommodation briefly comprises ground floor bar and catering kitchen; first floor mezzanine / private function area while on the lower ground floor there is a restaurant / dining area, large catering kitchen, customer toilets and extensive storage facilities. Outside, there is a customer seating area / beer garden.

The property is located within the Beacon South Quarter development immediately adjacent to the Beacon Hospital and the Beacon Hotel. The surrounding Sandyford area has developed rapidly in recent years with over 800 apartments in the immediate vicinity.

In addition, Sandyford Business District, comprising Stillorgan Industrial Estate, Sandyford Business estate, Central Park and South County Dublin Business Park has over 650 companies spread over 150 categories.

Commenting on the opportunity, Director CBRE Hotels, John Ryan said, "The sale of the former Copper Bar & Grill offers an exciting opportunity to re-establish a lucrative food and drink business within the densely populated Sandyford residential and commercial area. Because of its size, the property also offers alternative use potential (subject to the necessary planning permission) to develop a new retail experience."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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