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Mahon Point Shopping Centre

Mahon Point Shopping Centre
Ionad Siopadóireachta Rinn Mhachan
Location Mahon Point, Cork, Ireland

51°53′15″N 8°23′56″W / 51.88750°N 8.39889°W / 51.88750; -8.39889Coordinates: 51°53′15″N 8°23′56″W / 51.88750°N 8.39889°W / 51.88750; -8.39889

Address Mahon Point Shopping Centre
Opening date February 2005
Developer O' Callaghan Properties Ltd/Deka
Management Justin Young
Architect Project Architects
No. of stores and services 75
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 23,225 square metres (250,000 sq ft)
Parking 2,000
No. of floors 2 (main levels)

Mahon Point Shopping Centre (Irish: Ionad Siopadóireachta Rinn Mhachan) is a shopping centre in the suburbs of Cork in Ireland. The centre has over 60 stores including Debenhams, Next, Zara, French Connection, Tesco and a thirteen-screen Omniplex cinema. Mahon Point is also home to an award-winning farmers' market which runs every Thursday.

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