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Shops in Cardiff

105 retail listings found in Cardiff

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    689 SF Shopping Centre Unit for Rent  |  Class: A1  

    Unit 14, Capitol Shopping Centre, Cardiff, CF10 2HQ

    The Captiol Shopping Centre is well positioned within Cardiff City Centre on the pedestrianised Queen Street and adjacent to the second busiest railway station in Wales, Queen Street Railway Station. The Shopping Centre is anchored by a 15,000 sq ft Tesco...

    Marketed by Cooke & Arkwright Ltd and Jackson Criss

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    2,000 SF Out of Town Shop for Rent  |  Class: A3  

    Centre for Student Life, Cardiff, CF10 3AT

    A3 Units to let from circa 2,000 sq.ft (plus mezzanine)- Ground floor and first floor. The intention is to develop an inspirational and landmark new 100,000 sq.ft mixed use building which will encompass all facets of student life for academic and non-academic...

    Marketed by Cooke & Arkwright Ltd

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    2,981 SF High Street Shop for Rent  |  Class: A1  

    33 - 35 Queen Street, Cardiff, CF10 2AG

    The property occupies a prime location on Queen Street, the main retail pitch in Cardiff City Centre and benefits from significant footfall. The property is in close proximity to the new Primark flagship store, Matalan and HMV. Other occupiers in...

    Marketed by EJ Hales and Tienda Property

  • Price: £240,000

    1,574 SF Out of Town Shop for Sale  |  Class: A1  

    372 North Road, Cardiff, CF14 3BP

    The property comprises an end of terrace building that provides ground floor retail/sales area with first floor offices. The freehold of the building is available

    Marketed by Emanuel Jones LLP

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    2,100 SF Shopping Centre Unit for Rent  |  Class: A1  

    1A Bridge Street Arcade, Cardiff, CF10 2EF

    ** Staff Unaware ** The subject property is arranged over ground floor only with a prominent triple façade. Consideration would be given to a split of the unit.

    Marketed by Brasier Freeth