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Westmoreland Street, Dublin, D2

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College Green, Dublin, D2

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College Green, Dublin, D2

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Trinity Street, Dublin, D2

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Exchequer Street, Dublin 2, 2

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Call for pricing Located on the north side of Exchequer Street directly opposite its junction with Drury Street. The property is strategically positioned in ...More info >

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Harcourt Street, Dublin, D2

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From £250 per person per month Prestige modern turnkey offices. 5 mins from St Stephen's Green in a much sought after area of commercial Dublin. On all main bus and rail l...More info >

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Molesworth Street, Dublin, Dublin

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From £500 per person per month Molesworth Street is a magnificent Georgian townhouse that has been restored and refurbished to a very high standard. The building still ret...More info >

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Dublin City Centre, Dublin, D2

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From £450 per person per month *SERVICES PROVIDED AT NO EXTRA COST* - Access 24 hours a day throughout the year to and from the Property and through the Property by mea...More info >

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St Stephen's Green, Dublin, D2

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From £350 per person per month Two inter-connecting Georgian buildings built in 1840, beautifully restored to their original grandeur, situated on Dublin’s most prestigiou...More info >

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Area Information

The vibrant and exciting capital city of Ireland, Dublin is a charming city that boasts history, culture, and character in abundance. Once a Viking settlement, Dublin has undergone huge expansion having become the principle city of Ireland following the Normal invasion. Today, the city is one that is bustling, colourful, diverse, and popular amongst tourists. There are many landmarks and attractions in the city, including Dublin Castle, the Spire of Dublin, Mansion House, St Patrick’s Cathedral, and The Custom House, to name but a few. Often seen as one of the jewels of the Emerald Isle, Dublin is a place that is fascinating as well as exciting.

Business Information

As the economic hub of Ireland, Dublin enjoys a bustling and thriving commercial sector and is home to a variety of different types of businesses that have office space in the city. St James’ Gate Brewery is where Guinness is produced and has been brewed since the 1750s. The city is home to a number of global corporations, which includes the likes of Google, PayPal, Microsoft, Pfizer, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay.

Entertainment And Dining Out

No matter what sort of entertainment you want, you will find it in this city. From vibrant nightlife and live music to movies, live performances, and the arts, you will find it all in the venues that line the streets of this vibrant city. The Temple Bar is a very popular nightspot here while the Film Institute offers special interest movie screenings. When it comes to eating out, you will be thoroughly spoilt for choice in Dublin. Check out the great Brazilian dishes at Sabor Brazil or head to Ruposhi Indian Restaurant for fiery Indian food. The Whitefriar Grill is the place to enjoy fine food in an elegant setting while Chapter One offers contemporary European cuisine to cater for all palates.

Transport Information

There are good road links and networks throughout the city, including the M50 motorway, which provides increased convenient for those driving in the city. The Dublin Port Tunnel caters for larger vehicles and provides a connection between Dublin Port and the M1. Many bus routes serve the city along with a reliable network of taxis, so getting around via ground transport is no problem. The two main links to the rail service in Dublin are Heuston and Connolly railway stations and there is also the Luas tram network for those looking for an alternative means of transport. Dublin Airport is the major air travel hub in the area for those looking for flights.

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