Monday 23 April 2018

Dublin warehouse goes on the block with a €2.2m guide

Unit 25 at Magna Business Park is on the market for sale or to let
Unit 25 at Magna Business Park is on the market for sale or to let
Peter Flanagan

Peter Flanagan

William Harvey & Co has been retained to sell a warehouse outside Dublin with a guide price of €2.2m.

The agent has been instructed to sell or rent out what it describes as a "grade A quality, detached, modern warehouse and office facility within the actively managed and landscaped Magna Business Park".

Unit 25 at the park can be bought for €2.2m, or rented for €185,000 per annum.

"This state of the art facility extends to a total gross external floor area of 2,337 sq m with a site of two acres," the agent said.

The warehouse is described as offering "bright" accommodation with a clear internal height of 10m. The roof is twin skin metal deck with 10pc roof lights and all floors are reinforced concrete.

The building also has a loading docking area with access from the rear via three automated dock levellers and one generous sized loading door. High output lighting is provided in the warehouse and the property is fitted with security cameras as well as an intruder alarm.

There are two levels of non-structural mezzanine flooring extending to a total area of 977 sq m.

The building includes 234 sq .m of "superb quality" and fully fitted office accommodation with provision made for the installation of a passenger lift if required.

Magna Business Park is located on Citywest Road which connects the N7 with the N81. The N81 and M50 Motorway Interchange is just under 7km from the park. Citywest is served by the Luas which links the area to Tallaght Town Centre and the City Centre. The Citywest Shopping Centre is immediately adjacent to Magna Business Park and provides a supermarket, pharmacy, restaurant and café facilities.

"This property is without doubt one of the finest, modern warehouse & office facilities available on the market today," Harveys said.

The industrial market has started to recover in Dublin after years in the doldrums.

Sunday Independent

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