Hibernia REIT to pay €51.3 million for Dublin office building

Central Quay is located between Sir John Rogerson's Quay and Hanover Quay in the South Docks

22nd February, 2016
Dublin Docklands. Pic: Ireland's Content Pool

Hibernia REIT said it has agreed to pay €51.3 million to acquire Central Quay, a modern office building located between Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Hanover Quay in the South Docks area of Dublin.

Central Quay was completed in 2007 and is a 57,700 square foot office building arranged over six floors with 26 car parking spaces. It is currently 88 per cent occupied and let to three tenants – AWAS Aviation Acquisitions,...

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