The property is located on the South Mall in the heart of Cork’s Central Business District, occupying a prime corner position with frontage onto the South Mall and Parliament Street. The South Mall is the traditional business district of Cork and is home to a combination of indigenous and international firms from the banking, insurance, professional services, and technology sectors. There are a host of popular hotel’s, bars and cafés to choose from in the immediate area, including the Imperial Hotel, Jacobs and Electric. Neighbouring occupiers in the vicinity include AIB, UCC, KPMG, AlienVault, Huawei, Forcepoint, EY,
Deloitte, Clearstream Global Securities, PWC, Apple and Johnson Control’s.
St Patrick Street which is Cork City’s main shopping thoroughfare is just a short walk away and is home to all the main retail stores such as Brown Thomas, Lifestyle Sports and Penney’s.
32 South Mall is home to the Munster headquarters for the Bank of Ireland who lease the building in its entirety. The property comprises a high specification five storey, building which underwent a substantial refurbishment in 2008. Accommodation includes retail banking hall at ground floor level and an additional four floors of modern, light filled, office space with the benefit of separate access overhead.
The entire property is let to the Governor & Company of the Bank of Ireland on a full repairing and insuring lease that commenced on 6th February 2007 and will expire on 5th February 2032. The current passing rent is €864,879.35 per annum. The lease benefits from five yearly Upward Only Rent Review provisions.
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