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Saturday 24 March 2018

City centre opportunity

A property on a third of an acre with potential to feature in Dublin's new Chinatown has come to the market on Hill Street.

Comprising 2,332sqm of multi-storey warehousing, 40-42 Hill Street is available to purchase in one or more lots with an asking price of €700,000. Enda Moore of agents Hooke and MacDonald points out this works out at less than €301psm.

"Given its central downtown location, the existing accommodation would suit a wide range of uses including storage, leisure, retail/wholesale use, dance studios, an ethnic food market or as an enterprise centre," Mr Moore says.

The property consists of three buildings ranging in size from 509-941sqm.

It benefits from rear access off North Great Georges Street and has full planning permission for 28 apartments and a ground floor retail unit of 242sqm. However this permission is due to run out this year.

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