- The dominant retail park in the North West
- Catchment population of around 400,000
- Tenants include Homebase, Currys, Toys
Derry is the second largest city in Northern Ireland and is situated close to the border with the Repulic of Ireland attracting an exciting range of tenants including Homebase, Argos, Toy R Us, JJB, Pets at Home, M&S and Tesco.
The city benefits from excellent road communications, with access from Belfast via the M2 and M22 motorways. The A2 runs to the north east linking with Limavady and Coleraine via the A37. The A5 links with Strabane, Omagh and the south, whilst the N13 connects to Letterkenny in the Republic of Ireland.
Crescent Link Retail Park is positioned approximately 3 Km (1.8 miles) to the east of the city centre, across the River Foyle on the south eastern side of the popular A514 Crescent Link Road.
Crescent Link is the dominant retail park in the catchment, providing a significant critical mass of retail warehousing with approximately 243,547 sq ft (22,626 sq m) of space, equating to around 40% of the catchment’s total retail warehouse provision .
Derry is designated as the regional city for the north west and has been one of the Northern Ireland’s fastest growing cities for over 25 years.
An exciting opportunity
Crescent Link Retail Park is one of Northern Ireland's most impressive retail opportunities. Its existing line-up of retailers and attractive demographics are convincing more great brands to locate into this vibrant area.
An extensive catchment
The city plays a wider role in the North West with an extensive catchment population of around 400,000 people who travel from areas including the neighbouring districts of Strabane, Limavady and Donegal to work and shop (Derry City Council 2006).
Within a 30 minute drive time of the centre the catchment benefits from a good socio-economic profile with the key points being as follows:
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Crescent Link is a strong location for bulky goods operators, with £86 million per annum spent on durable goods within a 30 minute drive time. Average spend per household on each of the three broad bulky goods categories is also higher than the Northern Ireland average.*
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