Tuesday September 22, 2020

100 luxury apartments in Capital Dock are vacant one year on

The rental units in Dublin 2 range from €3,500 to €20,000 per month

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
2nd February, 2020
Capital Dock in Dublin 2

A hundred luxury apartments in Ireland’s tallest residential building are still empty a year after being put on the market.

Capital Dock, a 190-apartment, 22-storey built-to-let tower in Dublin’s Docklands was completed in late 2018. The apartments were brought to the rental market in January 2019.

Available records show its 150 two-bedroom units were priced at between €3,500 to €4,000 a month. The 185-square-metre penthouse on the 22nd floor was available to rent...

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