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79 Queen Street, Smithfield, Dublin 7

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Eircode: D07DW37
Stokes Property Consultants Ltd
Stokes Property Consultants Ltd
Tel: 01 233 4600
PSRA Licence No. 002615
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To Let, licensed premises formerly trading as The Dice Bar. Corner pitch fronting Queen Street and Benburb Street. This is a wonderful opportunity in one of Dublin's most vibrant and quickly developing areas. A stone's throw from Ellis Quay, 500 metres from Smithfield square, Luas runs parallel to the subject property and a variety of bus routes available. Queen Street & Benburb Street is one of the main thoroughfares linking Stoneybatter, Grangegorman and Smithfield with the quays. The area has developed beyond recognition in the last few years. The new DIT Grangegorman Campus accommodates approximately 20,000 students. Smithfield and Stoneybatter have emerged as one of Dublin's most progressive cultural and entertainment locations with a range of new restaurants, cafes and bars. Queen Street is home to Token, McGettigan's and Frank Ryan's and is adjacent to Smithfield and Stoneybatter. The LUAS (Red Line) crosses Benburb Street approximately 10m from the premises.


Accommodation: Basement: c. 136 sq. m. Ground Floor: c. 101 sq. m. Bar, Ladies & Gents First Floor: c. 84 sq. m. Kitchen, Living room, Toilet, Office x 3 Second Floor: c. 84 sq. m. Office x 4, Toilet Total Gross Floor Areas: 405 sq. m. Proposal: Rent: €90,000 per annum New FRI Lease Rates: €12,998 Ber: G Ber No: 800777344 E.P.I: 67.74 KgC02/m2/yr3.2


The licensed premises was established in c. 1770 and boasts strong double frontage onto Queen Street & Benburb Street. The property consists of three storey over basement building. The ground floor is a licensed premises with basement being used as storage. The first and second floor are in office use with a separate entrance via Queen Street. There is an opportunity to rent the neighbouring unit 91/92 Benburb Street, which has full planning for a 60 seater restaurant (Planning Reg No. 2190/14). There is an internal courtyard c. 30 sq. m. between both properties, which would be an ideal functioning outdoor space.