The Bridge Mills is nestled on the banks of the Corrib at the foot of O Briens Bridge. This 450 year old building has been beautifully restored and is currently home to Two Language Schools, Designer Swap Shop, Art School, Jewellers. and Il Vicolo Restaurant. The Total rent roll for the fully let B
The property is arranged to provide a part two/ three storey mixed use development. Overall, the development provides 2 x ground floor retail units, 2 x two bedroom apartments, 1 x three bedroom duplex apartment and 1 x three bedroom mews house.
The property is arranged over ground and first floors and extends to approximately 239 sq. m (2,581 sq. ft) NIA. The unit benefits from dual frontage with access from Parnell Street and inside the Parnell Centre. Internally the ground floor provides a customer eating area, preparation area, kitchen
The property is arranged to over ground and first floors to provide a mid-terrace office building. The property was formerly a bank branch and is currently laid out as a mix of open plan and cellular office accommodation. The building benefits from off street parking to the front and approximately 5
33-34 East Essex Street comprises an attractive two storey red brick commercial premises nestled in the midst of South Dublin’s thriving cultural district of Temple Bar. The well located property comprises a retail unit with restaurant use which extends to ap-proximately 241 Sq. m (2,600 Sq. ft).
• A prime detached industrial facility extending to approximately 1,329 Sq. m (14,308 Sq. ft) • Situated approximately 8km west of Dublin City Centre and within 1km of both the M50 / Naas Road interchange (J9) and M50 /Ballymount Interchange (J10) • Let to Tocana Limited on a 10 year FRI lease from