Hotels & Hospitality
Ref 636241

71 South Mall

City Centre
Cork, T12 HC79

AvailabilityImmediately
For saleAvailable on request
Size58 Bedrooms

Description

Opportunity To Acquire A Fully Consented Hotel Scheme

A High Quality Boutique 58 Guestroom Hotel Designed By Scott Tallon Walker Architects

A prestigious and imposing former banking hall fronting directly onto Cork City’s South Mall.

71 South Mall comprises a terraced five bay Victorian building, with a double height and ornate ground floor banking hall, built in the early 1880 ’s

Approx 8 863 sq ft gross area to the front and rear, with a striking limestone façade on South Mall, with rear access onto Morgan’s Lane.  The proposed development will bring the size up to approximately 18,428 sq.ft.

The consented development comprises a 58 guestroom boutique hotel, comprising a part conversion of the existing bank building at 71 South Mall, along with a part demolition and new build bedroom block extension to the rear and side, with access onto Morgans Lane.

At ground floor level of the proposed development, the scheme provides for a large and attractive restaurant, bar and hotel reception area fronting South Mall and capable of being operated independently if so desired

Location:

Situated on Cork’s main thoroughfare, which runs from Grand Parade in the west to Parnell Place in the east.

South Mall is one of the most popular thoroughfares in central Cork City and at ground floor level, the scheme provides for a large and attractive restaurant, bar and hotel reception area, with the F&B facilities capable of being operated independently, if so desired

Building Energy Rating

BER Rating  E2
BER No.     800604670  
EPI:        976.77 kWh/m2/yr 



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Features

  • Prime location on South Mall
  • Cork’s best-known trading address
  • Striking terraced five-bay Victorian building
  • Full planning consent for a 58 key hotel
  • A former classical banking hall
  • Attractive double height restaurant / bar / cafe
  • Scott Tallon Walker Architects designed

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