Belfast Telegraph

Office floor sale allows investors to dock in Dublin

By Ronald Quinlan

Owner-occupiers and investors seeking a berth in Dublin's Docklands may be interested in the office accommodation on offer at Portview House.

The entire fifth floor of the property is being offered for sale with vacant possession by JLL for an asking price of €3.25m.

Extending to 5,241 sq ft, the space comprises open-plan accommodation with meeting rooms, a conference room, kitchenette and access to a shared reception on the building's ground floor. The office also benefits from a balcony offering 360-degree views of Dublin's north and south docks. Three car parking spaces are also included in the sale.

Portview House occupies a prominent location in the Dublin Docklands. Nearby occupiers include Matheson, Accenture, Google and Facebook, while Oxfam, INTL, FCStone, USI, Stratagem and Huskies also occupy space.

The building is accessible using public transport. The Luas Red line is an eight-minute walk away while Grand Canal Dart station is located within a 15-minute walk. Numerous Dublin bus routes operate within the immediate vicinity.

Stephen Noonan of JLL said: "Portview House provides an excellent opportunity to secure a high specification office suite in a landmark building... which will appeal to various parties as it has the benefit of vacant possession."

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