26-28 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

For Sale
414 sq m / 4,459 sq ft
PriceIn excess of €4.75m
  • High profile retail/office investment on Dawson Street
  • Superb location just metres from Dawson Street’s junction with St. Stephen’s Green
  • Extending to 414 sq.m. / 4,459 sq.ft.
  • Fully let producing €221,201 per annum
  • Dawson Street has undergone major rejuvenation in recent years enhancing its appeal
  • Offers in excess of €4.75m equating to an income yield of 4.3% after purchasers costs of 8.46%

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Full Description

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No’s 26 – 28 Dawson Street comprises a four-storey over basement mid terraced building. The accommodation extends to 414 sq m (4,459 sq ft) NIA. The ground floor comprises two interconnected retail units plus a café / sandwich bar. Both units have generous frontage to Dawson Street of 18.5 metres. The basement is used for associated storage and ancillary uses while the three upper floors comprise of office space. The upper floors are accessed via a separate entrance lobby from Dawson Street with a separate feature staircase linking all upper floors. The upper floors were originally designed for office use and comprise bright air-conditioned office space. According to the Irish Architectural Archive, this building dates from 1910 and was designed by renowned architect George Patrick Sheridan who had a thriving practice  in Dublin at the time. He later became the President  of the RIAI. The building was commended as ‘a remarkably good example of clever planning of offices with excellent lighting’ in the Irish Builder magazine of the time. The decorative panels to the front elevation were cast in lead off-site and may comprise the earliest Irish example of curtain walling. The building is in excellent condition.

The property is situated on the southern end of Dawson Street close to its junction with St. Stephen’s Green. Dawson Street is a busy thoroughfare that runs in a north / south direction parallel to Grafton Street. The street has a vibrant mix of uses including retail, restaurants and cafés, offices, hotel, leisure, entertainment and educational. It forms an important part of the south city centre retail core that is centred on Grafton Street. The proximity to Grafton Street has resulted in a strong retail and food & beverage presence on the street.

The street has and continues to undergo huge change with several large office redevelopments. The completion of the Luas Cross City line has also transformed the street. The Ivy restaurant and refurbished Café En Seine have recently opened on the street adding to the areas overall appeal. The immediate area benefits from excellent public transport links including the Luas Cross City which stops on Dawson Street and St. Stephen’s Green. The DART station is located a short walk away at Pearse Street and numerous buses stop on Dawson Street and adjacent streets. There are several multi-storey car parks nearby. Nearby occupiers on the street include The Dawson Lounge,  Peruke & Periwig, The Dawson Hotel, Joshua House office  and The Mansion House.

Subject to Contract/Contract Denied

Property Contacts

Gavin Brennan

Associate Director

Email: gbrennan@hwbc.ie


Kieran Curtin

Chartered Surveyor

Email: kcurtin@hwbc.ie


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