Block C was designed by Scott Tallon Walker Architects and constructed by SISK builders in 2006 and is part of an established development known as Crosbie's Yard and comprises a detached five storey over basement mixed-use office and apartment building, with adjoining underground car park, fronting onto a secure landscaped courtyard. The property is well presented and maintained. A passenger lift serves all floors
There is pedestrian access via a gated entrance from Ossory Road and via double vehicular gates from West Road leading to the central courtyard and the underground car park. There is a shared communal area and gardens with 10 over ground shared visitor's car parking spaces and there are 40 numbered underground car parking spaces with Block C out of a total 253 car spaces.
There is pedestrian access at ground floor level to the front of the building. The property consists of office space, a proposed crÃ¨che/with previous FPP for change of use to offices, a proposed basement gym/with previous FPP for change of use to offices and 8 residential work/live in apartments. The accommodation comprises offices on three levels and 8 no. 2 bedroom live/work apartments over two levels. There previously was FPP for change of use of the live/work apartments to offices, together with a change of use of the proposed crÃ¨che on ground floor to offices. The proposed gym and plant and utility area at basement level also had the benefit of a planning permission for change of use to offices.
Mixed-use secure gated development of approx. 1,912 sq.m. (20,588 sq.ft.) in a highly accessible north city location on Ossory Road, beside North Strand and East Wall, only 2km from O'Connell Street.
Offices approx. 1,150 sq.m. (12,378 sq.ft.) over 3 floors and 8 no. 90 sq.m. apartments fully fitted and furnished ready to rent. 40 dedicated underground car spaces and 10 surface shared car spaces.
Beside Dublin Port, Port Tunnel, Eastlink, Croke Park, IFSC, 03 Arena and new office and retail buildings at East Wall with Lidl and ESB International.
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