The subject property comprises the entire 1st floor of the Green Building, a five storey over basement mixed use purpose built eco-friendly building. The premises can be accessed from either Temple Lane South or Crow Street. The Property was built and designed as an energy efficient building towards the end of 1994. As it was the first of its nature, it has a unique place amongst the more prestigious buildings Dublin City has to over.
The residential and commercial elements of the building are vertically interconnected through the use of a central feature glazed atrium. The atrium allows the natural light to brighten the building throughout. The apartments on the upper floors overlook the commercial element of the property through the bright spacious atrium windows. The office layout itself allows for up nto 22 work stations and offers excellent wall storage.
The Green Building is situated between Crow Street and Temple Lane South in the heart of Dublin's Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar. Crow Street and Temple Lane South run parallel to Fownes Street Lower situated adjacent to The Central Bank of Ireland. Grafton Street is only a 5-minute walk from the property. Nearby occupiers include The Central Bank of Ireland, Mercantile Hotel, First Call Management, Cut & Sew Barbers, North Face and Bewleys Caf to name a few. The Luas Red Line is just a 5-minute walk across the River Liffey and the Green Line a 10-minute walk on Stephens Green.
Office 5.0 x 4.8 Open Plan 9.9 x 1.6
Office 6.4 X 2.7 Open Plan 2.7 x 14.7
Restroom 1.7 x 1.2 Kitchen 2.3 x 3.0
Restroom 2.5 x 2.5 Office 2.2 x 3.4
Office 4.8 x 5.3 Office 2.2 x 1.6
Office 7.4 x 3.9
Total 177 sq. m. (1,900 sq. ft.)
All intending purchasers must satisfy themselves on floor areas.
The property is located in an area zoned Objective Z5 "to consolidate and facilitate the development of the central area, and to identify, reinforce and strengthen and protect its civic design character and dignity".
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