Sunday October 25, 2020

Harcourt Street office block offers tempting potential for €21m

Period building overlooking the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin 2 offers leeway for redevelopment

10th October, 2020
76-78 Harcourt Street extends to 2,317 square metres and has 100 per cent government income for more than six years

Savills has placed 76-78 Harcourt Street in Dublin on the market with a guide price of €21 million. The investment offers buyers the opportunity to acquire a prime office block with 100 per cent government income for more than six years.

The office block extends to 2,317 square metres over a lower ground and ground floor plus four upper floors, which overlook one the city’s finest parks – the Iveagh Gardens.

The property features a...

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