For Sale – Immediately – City Centre
0.155 ha (0.385 acres)
The overall site extends to approx. 0.155 ha (0.385 acres) with an extensive 45m (147.6 ft) approximate frontage onto James Place East.
Currently comprising of approx. 958 sq m (10,310 sq ft) office building and approx. 184 sq m (1,981 sq ft) mews building with a surface car park area currently accommodating 9 car parking spaces, bicycle shelter and smoking shelter.
SHORT TERM LEASEBACK
The premises will be leased to ESB on a short term lease for a period of 6 months from closing.
ESB will have an option to extend this agreement by a further 3 months. If they remain in situ for the further 3 month period, they will pay a rent equivalent to €368,730 per annum or €92,187 per quarter. The tenant will be responsible for rates, insurance and utilities during their occupation and there will be no reinstatement or dilapidations liability upon expiry.
Prime Dublin 2 location
0.155 ha (0.385 acres) site with potentialy for new office development or other uses (SPP)
Two existing buildings in situ totalling 12,291 sq ft, refurbished in 2017
James place east is located in the heart of central business district in Dublin 2 and conveniently situated between Baggot Street and Mount Street, within close proximity to the renowned park at merrion square.
The subject site immediately adjoins the rear of the 30 Herbert Street office building (currently occupied benefits from its attractive classical façade. Miesian Plaza is adjacent to the site – the former Bank of Ireland Headquarters which was redesigned by the original s Scott Tallon Walker and is now occupied by Government Departments (including the Department of Health) and the pharmaceutical company, Shire. Also adjoining James Place East is the newly developed ESB office site which will include Fitzwilliam 27 (ESB’s new HQ) and Fitzwilliam 28 (fully leased to Slack). Designed by Grafton Architects and OMP Architects this ‘state of the art’ and sustainable development, will extend to over 450,000 sq ft and create a new pedestrian link to Fitzwilliam Street and Merrion Square.
The EMEA HQ’s for Google, LinkedIn, Stripe, Twitter, and now Slack, are also a short distance from the site.
As the area is currently undergoing such change with these large-scale office developments, this offers an opportunity for a new and exciting development on James Place East. With Merrion Square and St Stephen’s Green a short walk from the site, as well as numerous cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops located on Baggot Street, there is a variety of existing amenities available. Dublin’s prime retail location of Grafton Street is a 10-minute walk away.
The location ensures that all modes of public transport are conveniently accessible, with Pearse Street DART/ train station, the St Stephen’s Green LUAS station, air coach and numerous Dublin Bus routes and the increasingly popular Dublin Bike stations, all within a few minutes stroll from the site.
James Place East is surrounded by a range of leading national and international occupiers such as ESB, Department of Health, Shire, LinkedIn, Stripe, Accenture, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Bank of Ireland.
Building Energy Rating
BER No: 800770075
EPI: 210.56 kWh/m²/yr
James Place East
BER No: 800769952
EPI: 293.68 kWh/m²/yr
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