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Wednesday 18 January 2017

Think tank to put offices on the market

Published 30/03/2011 | 10:01

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.

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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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