Reversionary mixed-use development on offer in Dundrum for €850,000
Apollo Buildings extends to 900 square metres and includes retail component, offices and large lock-up unit with 30 parking spaces
A highly reversionary mixed-use investment in Dundrum, Dublin 14 has been brought to the market by QRE Real Estate Advisers.
Known locally as the ‘Apollo Buildings’, the property comprises a substantial holding in a pivotal location on the Dundrum Road close to the Dundrum Village Centre and Dundrum Luas stop.
The buildings extend to about 900 square metres and comprise a retail component (occupied by Human Appeal and the Village Vets), first floor offices...
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