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Sunday 23 July 2017

Think tank to put offices on the market

THE Institute of International and European Affairs, headed by former Labour Party Senator Brendan Halligan, is selling its offices at 8 North Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
THE Institute of International and European Affairs, headed by former Labour Party Senator Brendan Halligan, is selling its offices at 8 North Great Georges Street, Dublin 1

THE Institute of International and European Affairs, headed by former Labour Party Senator Brendan Halligan, is selling its offices at 8 North Great Georges Street, Dublin 1, which has hosted visits by many famous international and European office holders and dignitaries.

Its patron is Mary McAleese, President of Ireland while the IIEA president is Dr Garret FitzGerald.

The building extends to 465sqm most of it in office use save for a top floor residential apartment. Ross Shorten of Lisney is marketing the building with full vacant possession and asking €1.3 million while being open to offers.

“North Great Georges Street is a prestigious north city Georgian Street containing mixed residential and office uses,” he adds. The street has been home to a number of afficiandos of inner city living including celebrities such as presidential hopeful Senator David Norris.

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