Carrickfergus shopping centre up for sale for £1.6million
The DeCourcy Shopping Centre in Carrickfergus has been put up for sale for £1.6million.
The centre was listed as a going concern this week by joint agents, Osborne King and TDK Property.
The shopping arcade, which opened in the 1990s, is located at Antrim Street in the town centre.
With a current net income of £231,860 per annum, its main tenants include Iceland, Home Bargains, New Look, and Poundstretcher.
The listing notes the total area of the property as 54,000 square feet on a site of approximately 2.4 acres.
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