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Waterfront House, Bridge Street, Sligo

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Waterfront House is a purpose built commercial/office development which was constructed in the mid 1990’s. The property is laid out over 4 floors and comprises open plan office space at each level, along with separate offices. The third floor is currently occupied.

Location: Waterfront House is a landmark office building within Sligo town centre. It enjoys excellent prominence fronting onto Bridge Street; the Garavogue River & the Stephen Street Car Park. This location is second to none within the financial & corporate district of Sligo town. Business’s trading in this vicinity include AIB, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank, Gilroy Gannon Chartered Accountants, Sligo Credit Union and McDermott Creed & Martyn Solicitors to name but a few. There is ample public car parking adjacent to the property in Stephen Street Car Park & further generous public car parking within a minutes stroll in the Connachton Road Car Parks. Waterfront House is a prime location for any company seeking a high profile, town centre presence. Sligo itself is easily accessible being within 45 mins of Ireland International Airport Knock, & also enjoys excellent public train & bus services. Sligo is approx. 210km from Dublin, 200km from Belfast & 137km from Galway.

Directions: In Sligo town centre.

Property Features

  • Landmark, town centre location
  • High profile building
  • Excellent street frontage
  • Stairwell and lift access at each level
  • Spacious bright office accommodation
  • High quality finish with suspended ceilings
  • Serviced with Cat 5 computer network wiring
  • Ample public car parking close by

  • Negotiator Details


    Shane Flanagan


    Contact Negotiator

    Contact Number:

    071 9159222 or 087 2461062


    Flanagan Ford Ltd t/a Flanagan Ford Financial Advisers are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
    Property Services are not regulated by the Financial Regulator