Office Units 4 & 5, The Capel Building, Mary’s Abbey,Dublin7 have been brought to the market through property consultants HT Meagher O’Reilly. HT Meagher O’Reilly has been instructed by Ferris & Associates, liquidator of Kendar Properties Ltd., to offer the accommodation available for sale by private treaty.
Units 4 & 5 form part of The Capel Building, a striking, state-of-the-art, mixed use scheme, which provides five floors of offices over retail with basement car parking.
The Capel Building is located at the junction of Mary’s Abbey and Capel Street between The Four Courts and the Jervis Street Centre. The building is within easy reach of Dublin Castle, The Four Courts, the Law Library, Smithfield, Civic Offices, The Morrison and Ormond Quay hotels and Temple Bar. The property is well served by public transport including the Luas Red Line, which links Tallaght to the I.F.S.C and connects Connolly Station to Heuston. The Luas stops within 300 metres of the building.
The quality of finish in this development is immediately evident from the minute one enters the dramatic double height entrance foyer. Measuring approx. 300 sq.m., the foyer boasts a glazed central atrium, stone cladding, marble finishes and a water feature. A central reception, located within the entrance foyer, services the requirements of all occupiers within the building.
Office Units 4 & 5 are two superb, own door, high profile, ground floor units. They are located on the south east corner of the main reception area, with two glazed doorways and a large display window overlooking the water feature. While both units have separate entrances and are essentially self-contained, they are presently interconnected via an internal corridor.
The accommodation extends to a total approximate net internal floor area of 690 sq.m. together with 6 car parking spaces. Unit 4 extends to approx. 516 sq.m. net internal floor area and Unit 5 to approx. 174 sq.m. net internal floor area. The accommodation is fitted out to a modern, third generation specification and is laid out to provide a mixture of open plan and cellular office accommodation.
HT Meagher O’Reilly are quoting a price of €995,000 exclusive for the entire.
The building is ideally suited to a variety of occupiers seeking a central, easy to reach, ultra modern office. It’s likely to attract law practices and legal cost accountants that want to be located within easy reach of the city’s legal quarter or other professional practices, and investors interested in acquiring a central office location with access to major transport links.
Full details are available from either Paul Hanly or Mark Headon in HT Meagher O’ Reilly on