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Former Dublin cinema to let as retail space

A former cinema building on Dublin’s Grafton Street has been refurbished and is available to let.

Covering 9,000 sqft over three floors, Seventy Two Grafton Street was designed in 1910 by architect Richard Francis Caulfield Orpen and opened its doors as a cinema in 1911.

Converted for retail use in the 1970s and acquired by IPUT plc in 2014, the building has now been refurbished throughout and agents Savills & JLL are seeking €750,000 (£656,200) per annum for the letting.

According to Savills, Grafton Street sees an annual footfall of 56 million people. 

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