bray's New centre’s tenant line-up includes sally's ice cream, Penneys, Sports Direct, Butler’s Chocolate Cafe, Stella Cinema and Bert’s Bowl.
Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan’s Oakmount is seeking tenants for the two remaining retail units at Bray Central, the 270,000sq ft mixed-use scheme it has developed in Bray, Co Wicklow. Bray Central offers a host of dining options, right in the heart of Bray. Whether it’s a takeaway coffee whilst you browse the shops, a long lunch or weekend family brunch at Elephant & Castle, or a quick grab and go feast from WOWBURGER, there is something for every taste and occasion.
The new centre is set to be anchored by retail giants Penney's and Sports Direct. The scheme’s line-up will also comprise Sally's Hand Rolled Ice Cream, Holland & Barrett, UMI Falafel, Butler’s Chocolate Cafe and several venues operated by McKillen and Ryan’s Press Up Entertainment Group. These include a five-screen Stella Cinema and Bert’s Bowl, a luxury 10-pin bowling alley. Two Press Up restaurants, Elephant and Castle and Wowburger, are already open for business along with the centre’s 250-space two-storey car park. Oakmount has also completed the restoration of three period houses to the rear of Bray Central on Eglinton Road and these properties will be offered for sale soon. The developer has also submitted a planning application for 25 apartments on the top floor of Bray Central.
The final retail units range in size from 1,000sq ft to 7,500sq ft and are available to let through joint agents Savills and Time Retail Partners.