Tuesday October 27, 2020

Developer trio bought Pembroke Street site

Conservationist Paddy Fitzgerald, Carrick-on-Shannon builder Gerry Deane and accountant Tom Fox are the members of the consortium that agreed to pay slightly more than €26 million for the former headquarters of the Commissioners of Irish Lights at 16

17th June, 2006

The trio are expected to seek planning for an office scheme of at least 4,180 square metres and some residential units will also be considered for the site. That plan would double the density on the site.

At present the property has around 2,000 square metres of accommodation with 36 car parking spaces provided on a site of 0.31 acres.

The property is zoned to allow for both commercial and residential use, subject to planning permission.

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