D2 Victorian with restaurant and offices sells for €2.2m

Upper Baggot Street building with floor area of 332sq m produces rental income of €110,500

22 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 2, has been sold for €2.2 million

22 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 2, has been sold for €2.2 million

 

A Victorian building with a restaurant on the ground floor and offices overhead at 22 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 2, has been sold for €2.2 million. The initial yield will work out at 4.62 per cent.

Stephen Conway, of Colliers International, said the agent was inundated with inquiries about the investment, which produces a rental income of €110,500.

The ground floor is let to Saba, the Thai and Vietnamese restaurant, on a 15-year lease from 2015 at an annual rent of €85,000. The lease provides for five yearly open market rent reviews and a break option in year 10.

The three upper floors are let to the Elmwood Centre, a counselling and psychotherapy organisation, on a four-year and nine-month lease from 2015 at a rent of €256,500, equating to €16 per sq ft.

The building has an overall floor area of 332sq m (3,580sq ft) and a capital value of €615 per sq ft.

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