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Mixed use block close to Dublin city centre for €2.25m


Quinn Agnew are seeking €2.25m for Block C at Crosbie's Yard

Quinn Agnew are seeking €2.25m for Block C at Crosbie's Yard

Quinn Agnew are seeking €2.25m for Block C at Crosbie's Yard

Quinn Agnew is seeking €2.25m for a mixed use block on Dublin's northside.

The firm has been retained as agents over Block C Crosbie's Yard (pictured) in Dublin 3.

The property, which is for sale by private treaty, is a five storey over basement has office space on the first, second and fourth floors.

There are eight "live/work" units on the second and third floors with extra storage space in the basement.

While the rest of the Crosbie's Yard development contains a mix of one, two and three bed apartments, Block C contains the commercial part of the development.

According to Quinn Agnew the block is fully fitted and ready to be occupied immediately. There is a small section in the basement that is vacant and would be fitted out by the new occupier.

The property extends to 2,620 sq m and has a total of 30 car parking spaces. Two thirds of those are in the basement while the remaining 10 are surface spaces.

Quinn Agnew's Manus Agnew believes that the standard of finish and flexibility of the space means interest in the property is likely to come from a number of sectors.

Office, educational, training bodies, and the medical industry are all likely to benefit from the space because of the high quality finish and the central location of the property.

Crosbie's Yard is within walking distance of the IFSC and Connolly Station, among several other amenities.

The development was designed by Scott Talon Walker and built by Sisk.

The Crosbie's Yard development was completed in the earlier part of the 2000s.

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