Price: €43,350 yearly
Property Type: Office
Floor Area: 1927 Sq.ft
63 South Great George's Street, Dublin 2, D02 A036, Ireland
For Sale, To Let
Price On Request
South Great Georges Street is part of the Dublin city centre retail core, an area designated as the premier retail destination in Ireland. Early retail links to this location date back to the late 19th century when the Georges Street Arcade was opened with the promotion of wealthy Dublin families of the era.
140 years later, South Great Georges Street is established as a vibrant category 2 retail street, accommodating a wide variety of commercial uses including retail, food and beverage, leisure, and night-time uses which all compliment, and serve the surrounding population of city centre office workers, residents, and visiting tourists.
The area is a bustling commercial and cultural quarter which accommodates many attractions and footfall drivers. Within walking distance of 63 South Great Georges Street are numerous tourist attractions including, Dublin Castle, City Hall, Temple Bar, St Stephens Green, St Patricks Cathedral, the Chester Beatty Library, the Marshes Library, and the Olympia Theatre.
Notable neighbouring occupiers include Sostrene & Grene, Five Guys, Great Outdoors, Dunnes Stores food hall, Boojum, F45 and Flyefit gyms, and many popular night-time venues like The Chelsea Drug Store, Nolita, Hogans and The George.
South Great Georges Street connects with Dame Street, both streets are transport nodes for Dublin bus services from the south, north and western suburbs of Dublin city. In addition, the Dublin Luas stop at St Stephen’s Green is within walking distance of the area, making it widely accessible via public transport services.
Number 63 South Great Georges Street is a mid-terraced period building dating from circa the late 17th Century. The building is a three-storey over basement property providing approximately 2,538 sq ft of accommodation. Originally constructed as part of a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, the building has evolved and been adapted for commercial uses since the beginning of the 18th century when it was occupied originally by a jeweller.
The most recent tenant was a restaurant use trading as Wing it. Prior to their occupation of Number 63 & 63A, they carried out an extensive fit-out of the premises in 2018. The property is presented with the benefit of this modern and high-quality fit out including fixtures and fittings which remain in situ.
The space includes ladies and gents’ toilets at basement level, a bar and seating area for 18 at ground floor, further seating for 18 at first floor, with a commercial kitchen and staff changing facilities on the second floor.