A major retail site in east Belfast’s Ballyhackamore has gone on the market for £1.85m.
Located on the Upper Newtownards Road, the three-storey property is being sold by joint property agents – Lambert Smith Hampton and TDK.
This building currently houses Thai restaurant Camile, ice-cream shop Café Mauds and Mortgage First.
It also included four duplex apartments that have been recently completed.
The selling agents say “the units occupy a highly prominent position on the Upper Newtownards Road and benefit from high volumes of both passing vehicular and pedestrian flow”.
Also on the market is a 100-year-old property in south Belfast for £1.125m, amid the planned relocation of Action Cancer.
Estate Agency Lisney has been appointed to let or sell in Action Cancer House in south Belfast.
Found at Marlborough Park, this property has been added to the market due to the planned relocation of the Action Cancer charity to a new building next spring.
Constructed in 1917, this building has been home to Action Cancer since 1975. This location has been used for the charity’s breast screening clinic, therapeutic support centre and headquarters.
Andrew Gawley, associate director at Lisney, said: “The building is suitable for a wide range of uses, including as offices, clinic, day care facility and nursery, subject to the necessary consents being awarded.”
Invest NI is selling one of its properties outside Belfast following a review of its estate. Lisney has been appointed to sell the 1.5-acre site at Mayfield Link in Mallusk.
A spokeswoman for Invest NI said: “Following a review of its property holdings, Invest NI declared a stand-alone 1.5-acre area of land at Mayfield Link to be surplus to its requirements.
“The Department of Finance, through Land and Property Services, is bringing this land to the open market on behalf of Invest NI in order to achieve best value for the public purse.”