Prime Dublin City Centre Building, Home To Popular Tapas Restaurant, On The Market
The building that is home to Salamanca Tapas Bar and Restaurant has been put on the market with offers in excess of €2.8 million being sought for the property.
Property consultants Bagnall Doyle McMahon are handling the sale of the building, which is located in a prime city centre location on 1 St Andrews Street, adjacent to St Andrew's Church, reports The Irish Times.
Salamanca was founded in 2002 and offers a variety of Spanish tapas dishes.
The four-storey, 443 square metre building is held on a 25-year lease from March 2014 with five yearly rent reviews, the first of which is scheduled for March 2019. It has a current rent of €155,000 per annum, with break options available in 2029 and 2034.