Thursday July 9, 2020

IDA spent €9.4 million to end lease on D4 block

Carrisbrook House is home to the Israeli embassy

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
10th July, 2016
Carrisbrook House in Dublin 4

The IDA spent €9.4 million to quit its lease on a near-empty high-profile office building in the heart of Dublin 4 that failed to attract tenants.

The agency inherited the lease to Carrisbrook House, which is home to the Israeli embassy, in 2014 after control of several properties that had been under the remit of Forfás transferred to it. The building is adjacent to some of the most expensive land developments in the country, but has...

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