A high-profile Dublin Docklands building plus an adjacent site are up for sale for a total of €105 million.
The building currently occupied by State Street Bank and the site are being sold by Savills on behalf of Grant Thornton, acting as joint receiver to SJRQ Investments Limited and SJRQ Property Investments Limited.
The price tag may be explained by the fact that the building at 78 John Rogerson’s Quay is considered the highest specified office building in the entire Dublin Docklands, according to Savills.
The undeveloped waterfront site adjoining the existing office building is one of the last remaining prime development opportunities of significance in the South Dublin Docklands.
Domhnaill O’Sullivan Director of Investment at Savills said that “given the central location, build quality and investor appetite for 3rd generation offices let to blue chip covenants we anticipate a strong level of interest in the property.”
Read more in The Irish Times.