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IrelandDublinDublin 2South City Centre115 Grafton Street, South City Centre, Dublin 2, D02 XK03

€500,000 / year

115 Grafton Street, South City Centre, Dublin 2, D02 XK03

680.7m 2Retail Units Refreshed on Aug 14, 2019
#52 of 63 Properties Viewed in South City Centre
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Tel: 01 853 6016
PSRA Licence No. 001848
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Description

The property comprises a five storey over basement mixed use commercial property.  There is a glazed mezzanine level between ground and first floor which creates a prominent and attractive shop front onto Grafton Street.  The ground floor has excellent frontage.  Internally the shop floor is spacious with excellent floor to ceiling height.  The basement, which is accessed from the rear of the shop provides for large open plan storage accommodation.  The upper floors are accessed via a mezzanine level. The shop would suit a variety of national and international retail brands seeking a flagship store on Dublin's premiers shopping street. The accomodation comprises: Basement:  1,460 Sqft Ground:       1,594 Sqft First:            1,151 Sqft Second:       971 Sqft Third:           966 Sqft Fourth:         634 Sqft Fifth:             551 Sqft Total:             7,327 Sqft New long lease

Location

Grafton Street is Ireland's most renowned shopping street connecting Dublin's St Stephen's Green at the southern end to Trinity College and College Green to the north.  115 Grafton Street benefits from in the region 50 million pedestrians per year.  A host of national and international retailers have been attracted to the area including well known brands Brown Thomas, M&S, Massimo Dutti, River Island, Hugo Boss and Tommy Hilfiger.  Complementary uses such as hotels, restaurants, cafés and bars ensure trading for retailers is possible well into the late evening ideal.  Trinity College and the Luas Cross City further enhance this location for a flagship store.

Negotiator Details

Emma Coffey