City centre retail properties sell for 12.5% above guide price
Two buildings on Dublin’s Aston Quay and Aston Place went for €765,000 last week
Business transactions are continuing in the Irish market, in spite of the current pandemic. A case in point is the sale of a portfolio of two Dublin retail properties by Colliers International for 12.5 per cent above the lot’s guide price.
No 12 Aston Quay and 3 & 3A Aston Place are located some 100 metres from O’Connell Street in Dublin city centre and were highly sought-after retail opportunities.
Both are ideally located within a...
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