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Several Dublin Hospitality Venues To Be Auctioned By Property Agency Knight Frank

Published on Oct 21 2021 11:37 AM in General Industry tagged: Trending Posts / Knight Frank

Several Dublin Hospitality Venues To Be Auctioned By Property Agency Knight Frank

Several hospitality venues in Dublin will be auctioned by commercial and residential property agency Knight Frank in November. Abbey Street Properties As reported by The Irish Times, two restaurants...

Several hospitality venues in Dublin will be auctioned by commercial and residential property agency Knight Frank in November.

Abbey Street Properties

As reported by The Irish Times, two restaurants, a retail/café unit and six residential units at 38/39 Abbey Street Upper and 20 Liffey Street Lower that extends to approximately 1,054.6 square metres in total and come with full planning permission in place for an 86-bed hostel are guiding in excess of €2.5 million.

A terraced three-bay, five-storey commercial building over basement at 72 Middle Abbey Street that has an active planning permission for a 17-bedroom hotel with a penthouse suite granted is reportedly guiding in excess €750,000.

A four-storey over basement property comprising two commercial units at 58/59 Middle Abbey Street is reportedly guiding in excess of €2.5 million at auction.

Capel Street Properties

Two mixed use, four storey over basement buildings with a shopfront at ground floor at 119 & 120 Capel Street that include a Korean restaurant at ground floor, with basement storage, are reportedly guiding in excess of €1 million.

Waterfront Property

A waterfront Dublin city centre hotel at 10-11 Eden Quay and 12 Harbour Court that comprises a waterfront hotel with 30 rooms, bar and night club opportunity is reportedly guiding in excess of €3 million.

Harcourt Street Property

A four-storey over-basement, mid-terraced, mixed-use, Georgian building at 10 Harcourt Street with numbers 10 and 11 Montague Lane that includes a vacant café/restaurant unit with a kitchen to the rear is reportedly guiding in excess of €2.6 million.

Knight Frank Statement

Knight Frank reportedly said that the properties offer "a wide and varied gamut of genuine value-add investment and development opportunities that should appeal to those who have the expertise and platforms to realise what could be substantial returns on investment given the locations in question".

© 2021 Hospitality Ireland – your source for the latest industry news. Article by Dave Simpson. Click subscribe to sign up for the Hospitality Ireland print edition.

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