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Development Land
0.03 acres

******Auction Date – 3.00pm Thursday 1st July 2021***
For Sale by Online Auction (unless previously sold)

Ready to go development opportunity – F.P.P. 3 Apartments and 1 Retail unit

The subject site is situated in the heart of Dublin 1, directly adjacent to the bustling retail thoroughfare of Henry Street and O’Connell Street. The property is an exceptional city centre development opportunity with F.P.P for 3 no. apartments (1 no. 1 bed + study unit and 2 no. 2 bed apartments) over ground floor and part basement retail space. The rear aspect of the proposed apartments overlooks an attractive rear internal courtyard of the adjacent apartment block (not part of the sale).
The subject property stands on a site of approx. 0.03 acres (0.012 hectares) and is currently comprises four storeys over basement level. The site is vacant and internal works have been undertaken to prepare the property for development.

Planning Permission
(Reg. Ref. No. 4489/18)
Planning permission for the conversion of first, second third floors to 1 no. 1 bedroom apartment (64.3 sq.m.) and 2 no. 2 bedroom apartments (73 sq.m) extending the current building to the rear on the upper floors, modifications to existing ground floor retail (95.2 sqm) and basement retail stock / store room (31.2 sq.m.) and associated works.

There are a host of amenities in the vicinity, which include a wide array of high street retailers on Henry Street, such as Zara, H&M, River Island and Pull & Bear among others with the Jervis Street and Ilac shopping centres also nearby. Nearby restaurants and cafes include Wings, Brother Hubbard, The Coffee Bean, Nando’s, Boco’s, The Black Sheep and Slattery’s Pub. There are multitude of employers in the surrounding City Centre, Rotunda Hospital and Dublin Docklands.
The area also benefits from excellent transport links with both the Luas Green & Red lines located within walking distance. The red line can be found at Jervis Street stop, while the green line can be reached at nearby Dominic Street stop. Connolly and Heuston can both be reached via the red line, which provides access to the wider rail network. Furthermore, there are copious Dublin Bus routes serving the immediate area, along with Dublin Bikes stand on Wolfe Tone Street.

The site falls under the Dublin City Development Plan 2016 –2022 and is zoned Objective Z5 –To consolidate and facilitate the development of the central area, and to identify, reinforce, strengthen and protect its civic design character and dignity.

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Guide Price
Available upon application.

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56 Mary Street, Dublin 1

Guide €575,000 exclusive

  • Online auction – 3.00pm Thursday 1st July 2021
  • Ready to go development opportunity
  • F.P.P. 3 Apartments and 1 Retail unit
  • Situated in the heart of Dublin 1