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Prominent Commercial Retail Space with high volumes of pedestrian traffic.
Located within the high profile shopping complex at Logan’s on the main A26 transport
corridor linking Belfast and Derry City with over 20,000 passing vehicles daily.
Site Area c.0.30 acre (c.0.12 hectare) with c.1,196 sq ft (c.111.11 sq m) of retail premises.
Formally trading as a garden centre this accommodation not only suits this use but also lends itself to a variety of commercial retail uses such as a market garden / farm shop, commercial vehicle sales, caravan & camper sales and other similar uses (subject to planning).
c.0.30 acre (c.0.12 hectare)
c.1,196 sq ft (c.111.11 sq m)
Every 3 years
Landlord to insure, tenant to reimburse
All outgoings and rentals are quoted exclusive of but may be liable to VAT
Non-Domestic Rate in £: 0.588556
Strictly by appointment through agent
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