Thursday July 9, 2020

Well-located eateries are the flavour of the month

Prices are on the up for restaurants and cafés in salubrious (and even not-so-salubrious) locales around Dublin

9th April, 2017
Harbour Square in Dun Laoghaire: four ground-floor units for €2.75m

Prices for enviably- located restaurants and cafés are on the increase, as a result of private investors competing with restaurant operators for the few that are coming to the market. This applies not only to upmarket restaurants in affluent middle-class areas, but also to fast food outlets in busy areas with high footfall.

If this becomes a sustained trend, it may reflect a sea change from previous periods of recovering property cycles. During...

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