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Sunday 19 November 2017

Pivotal pitch on Dublin's Duke St guiding at €2.6m

No 20 Duke Street
No 20 Duke Street
Ronald Quinlan

Ronald Quinlan

A rare opportunity has come to the market to acquire a high-profile retail and commercial building with full vacant possession in the heart of Dublin city centre's most sought after shopping and business district.

Located at a pivotal junction with Duke Lane Upper and within the busy pedestrian zone formed by Duke Stree, Lemon Street, Royal Hibernian Way and South Anne Street, No 20 Duke Street is a three-storey, over-basement corner building extending to 190 sq m (2,045 sq ft).

The property, which has "superb potential" for either refurbishment or redevelopment, will be offered for sale by public tender on Friday, December 1 next.

Agents Quinn Agnew are guiding in excess of €2.6m for the property.

Manus Agnew of Quinn Agnew said: "This is indeed a rare opportunity to secure a trophy property with potential to enhance what is already a prime corner pitch suitable for a wide variety of uses."

No 20 Duke Street is adjacent to both the Nespresso outlet and the Duke Street entrance of Marks & Spencer's flagship Grafton Street store.

It also sits within a short walk of Grafton Street and the new Luas stop on Dawson Street.

Sunday Independent

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