Saturday 3 December 2016

Retail outlets available at Dublin locations

Published 24/02/2010 | 05:00

Five retail units are among those for sale and letting at a number of locations around Dublin including Phibsboro, High St, Santry, Dun Laoghaire and Walkinstown.

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The Irish Red Cross Society has reduced its asking price from €400,000 to €260,000 for its premises at 47 Mountjoy St, near the Mater Hospital and Phibsboro in Dublin 7.

Measuring 78sqm, the two storey corner premises has frontage onto two streets and is within walking distance of Bolton St and the city centre.

The agents Brian Dwyer & Partners Ltd say that it would be suitable for use as a training centre or for use as a para medical, dental, therapy/counselling services, retail or offices.

Another agent Savills is seeking tenants for three units.

One of these, in Santry, is quoting a rent of €484 per sqm.

It is the last remaining unit, at Gulliver's Neighbourhood Centre on Santry Demesne and measures 253sqm.

Alternatively it can be split into two separate units of 109sqm and 144sqm.

In Dun Laoghaire a unit is available on Lower George Street, adjacent to Penneys and Shaws.

With a quoting rent of €60,000 per annum for the entire unit, its ground floor consists of 114sqm, with a basement of 90sqm, and 96sqm on the first floor.

Savills is also seeking to assign a lease on a 164sqm unit in Walkinstown for which the passing rent is €55,000 per annum.

Located next to Lidl and Eddie Rockets, it has planning permission for a restaurant take-away.

Hooke and MacDonald is the agent for a high profile retail unit at La Rochelle, near Christchurch, at the busy junction of High Street, Bridge Street and Thomas Street in Dublin 8.

Extending to 285sqm, the two storey outlet benefits from double frontage, rear access as well as on-street parking.

It is available on a flexible new lease and agents are quoting a rent of €20 per sq ft on the ground floor and €9 per sq ft on the first floor space, which is negotiable.

It is partially fitted-out with roller shutters and feature staircase, along with plasterwork and electrics and could suit use as a food store, off-licence, discount shop, gym/leisure, restaurant or take-away.

Meanwhile the families of developers Paddy Kelly and John Flynn have received Dublin City Council approval for a new shop and off-licence on the corner of Tara St and Poolbeg St in Dublin 2. Located next to Mulligan's pub and including 11, 13 and 15 Tara St, the project is owned by Coolbrook Developments whose directors include Elaine, James and John Flynn as well as Simon and Chris Kelly.

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