Unit 3, Mayor Street Upper (Point Village), IFSC, Dublin 1
€14,000 yearlyRetail unit to let|700 sq. feet (65 sq. metres)
- Unit Price: €215.29 per sq. m (€20.00 per sq. ft) per year
Available to move in:Immediately
Property Description:For More information or if you would like to arrange a viewing please feel free to contact Vincent Finnegan Commercial or our joint agents Bryan Walsh or Aoife Murray of Jones Lang LaSalle on 01 6731600.
Rent: in the region of 161 per sq.m. (€7.50 per sq.ft.) euro per annum.
Size: 65 sq.m.
These high profile retail units are located beside the Point Village LUAS station, the Gibson Hotel, the rear of the O2 Arena, the Point Village and Odeon Cinema.
There is also a large public car park that is located directly opposite these retail units that can accommodate up to 500 cars.
The retail units are located on a high profile corner below the Macken House offices and the Castleforbes apartments. The newly opened Odeon Cinema is located close by and there is excellent car parking on Caslteforbes Road and in the adjoining Point Village development. The area has also been given a further boost by the commencement of work on the new Central Bank Office Building that is located on adjoining Mayor Street site that fronts on to North Wall Quay and the river Liffey.
The retail units are located directly opposite the newly opened Odeon Cinema and the established Gibson Hotel and Point Village.
The large open square beside the Point Village holds a summer market which trades on Saturdays and provides a large mix of different ethnic food outlets and jewelry, fashion, retail, book and comic book stalls. There is also crazy golf and other amusements as well as a concert stage with live music
performers. Please see www.Pointvillagemarket.ie for further information.
The retail units are located on the ground floor of a six storey mixed use office / residential development. The development comprises of a modern high specification office building with basement car parking which has been let to UTV, FM 104, Bulgari and Vayu.
There are also a number of new residential developments in the immediate area, which
have been constructed to create a new live work environment in the IFSC/North Wall
Quay area. Most of the Castleforbes apartments have now been sold or rented and the
LUAS provides a very efficient service to the IFSC and the city centre. There is also
excellent road and bridge access network to the city centre and the north and south suburbs.
The retail units occupy a high profile position facing on to the LUAS line terminus, Gibson Hotel, O2
Arena and Point Village development. The Point Village development provides excellent
public car parking facilities for potential retailers. There is also a large public car park located directly opposite the road from these retail units that can accommodate up to 500 cars. The retail units are also within short walking distance of Spencer Dock, the IFSC and Sir John Rogersons Quay.
The Luas line to the O2 Arena and Point Village development provides a very
efficient service to the IFSC and the city centre. From Connolly Station the Luas line
passes through Mayor Street Lower crossing Georges Dock via the existing Bridge. It
then crosses Guild Street and continue through the Spencer Dock development across
New Wapping Street and Castleforbes Road and continues along Mayor Street Upper
passing by Macken House before terminating at the Point Village Station. The closest Luas
stop to the retail units will be the Point Village, which is less than a 1 minutes walk
Work was completed in March 2007 on the new 28 million Docklands Train Station.
The new station provides a train service every 15 minutes along the Maynooth-Dublin
line. With the Docklands integrating with LUAS and Dublin Bus, commuters can connect
to the city centre, Connolly, Heuston, and onwards to Tallaght and eventually West
Dublin making Dublin's Docklands even more accessible.
Macken Street Bridge (Calatrava)
In addition, Macken House is in close proximity to Dublin Port and the East Link Toll
Bridge, providing access to the major networks of Ireland.
The Port Tunnel runs from the M1 at Santry to link with Dublin Port, which is a 3 minute drive from Mayer Street. The completed scheme takes the majority (approx 9,000 vehicles a day) of heavy goods out of the city thus signicantly reducing traffic congestion around the city centre and in
particular the North Wall Quay area.
There are also several bus routes serving the immediate area. There is a bus service
from Dame Street to Castleforbes Road/Mayor Street. Price Water House Coopers also
provide a shuttle bus service for their staff from St. Stephen's green to North Wall Quay.
Large ground floor lock up shop/ shop units
Double frontage on to Mayor Street
Full floor to ceiling height glazed shop fronts
Excellent public transport, LUAS and Train service.
The Point Village car park is located beside the retail units.
There is also a large public car park located directly opposite these retail units
The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Point Village Market and O2 draw a large number of
tourists and customers to the area.
There are also a host of events in the Docklands in 2012 - Bavaria Formula 1, Tall Ships, Docklands Summer Festival, October Fest, Christmas Market, Irish Village Markets etc.
Existing companies already located in the IFSC/North Wall Quay area include:
Price Waterhouse Coopers
State Street Bank
Matherson Ormsby Prentice
Bank of Ireland
A and L Goodbody
Area: 65 m²
65 sq.m. (699.7 sq.ft.)
Retail units are available from:
The Mayor Street units are located beside Macken House on the LUAS terminal at the
rear of the O2 Arena and Point Village Market. Mayor Street is located just off North
Wall Quay, close to the junction of Mayor Street Upper and Castleforbes Road, in the
The surrounding area comprises established developments including Spencer Dock, the
International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) and the much acclaimed O2 Arena, Point
Village Market and Gibson Hotel.
The offices overhead in Macken House have been fully let to UTV, FM 104 and Bulgari
and the adjoining office block on Castleforbes Road has also been let to several
tenants. Most of the apartments in the Castleforbes development have also been sold.
The nearby East Link toll bridge and Sean O'Casey pedestrian Bridge provides excellent access to the South Quays whilst the Macken Street Bridge has the added benefit of vehicular access to and
from the South Docklands.
Daft Property Shortcode:http://www.daft.ie/566626
Date Entered/Renewed:14/11/2013 (25 days ago)