Two Lime St properties bought by Hibernia Reit for €4.6m

Hibernia REIT plc (Hibernia) has just announced the acquisition of two properties in the South Docks area of Dublin for total consideration of €4.6m.

Both properties are located on Lime Street, in Block 11 of the area designated by Dublin City Council as a Strategic Development Zone (SDZ).

8/9 Hanover Street East, the purchase of which has completed, is a part two, part four storey office building of approximately 12,700 sq. ft. with a current passing rent of €110,000 per annum: 3,900 sq. ft. of the 12,700 sq. ft. is currently vacant. The property is situated on the corner of Lime Street and Hanover Street East on c. 0.10 acres.

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11 Lime Street, on which contracts have been exchanged, is a refurbished three bedroom, four storey house which sits on 0.05 acres.

Following completion of these transactions, Hibernia will have invested €523m, with a further €43m committed.

Kevin Nowlan, Chief Executive Officer, WK Nowlan REIT Management Limited, the Investment Manager, said: “We are delighted to have agreed these two transactions in Dublin’s South Docks, one of which was executed off market.  They are located close to our quadrant of assets at Windmill Lane and position us well to participate in the regeneration of the area.”