33 Shop Street, Galway - SOLD

33 Shop Street is a part two/three story landmark building extending to 1,042.9 sq.m (11,226 sq.ft) NIA incorporating 834.1 sq.m (8,978 sq.ft) of retail area over ground and first floor levels. The scale of the retail floor plates in the subject property is rare as the major shortfall of Shop Street (and Galway generally) is an absence of retail units of scale suitable for modern retailer requirements.

The property occupies a corner regular shaped site of approximately 0.14 acres with significant frontage of 17 meters to Shop Street. Church Lane abuts the building and provides servicing access which is utilised by Eason’s. The building is a Protected Structure dating back to approximately 1910 and is located within the City’s core Architectural Conservation Area.

Internally the retail areas are open plan and underwent refurbishment in 2013 to provide books, news and magazines at ground floor and stationery and gifts on the first floor.

An up-only escalator, links the ground and first floor retail areas, which are also serviced by a stairs and customer lift. Access to the second floor stockroom/offices is also via stairs and lift.

FloorPrimary UseSq.m NIASq.ft NIA
Ground Retail424.94,574
First Retail409.24,404
SecondStorage / Office208.82,248
Total 1,042.911,226

An assignable measurement survey is available on request.