Full planning permission has been granted to Westhill by Dublin City Council to build on Usher’s Quay, located in Dublin City Centre. The planning permission offers the opportunity for a developer to demolish all of the existing buildings and construct a 6/7 storey building of 27 apartments (5 one-bed apartments and 22 two-bed apartments), alongside commercial space which encompasses 0.14 acres of land. Included in the subject property are: numbers 29/30 Usher’s Quay, a three-storey building with car parking at ground floor level; numbers 1, 1A and 2 Usher Street, a two-three storey terrace of derelict buildings.

This site offers a potential purchaser the opportunity to provide Dublin City Centre the prospect of thriving from the redevelopment of these derelict buildings. The Usher’s Quay site benefits from its location in a highly accessible area within easy walking distance of a number of city centre employment districts and amenities, specifically, The Four Courts, Grafton Street, Guinness Storehouse, Phoenix Park and Trinity College Dublin. The site is also close to numerous public transport links including Dublin Airport Express, the Smithfield Red Line Luas stop and Heuston Station, located less than 1km away.

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