The property has two entrances at street level allowing for separate use of the ground floor and upper floors.
Lot One: prime ground floor and lower ground floor high profile commercial building suitable for many uses; approximately 1600 sqft (excluding lower ground floor); ceiling height 17′.
Lot Two: the upper floors, suitable for conversion to three individual two-bed duplex apartments and one four-bed apartment (tax incentives available); approximately 1600 sqft on each floor (ceiling height first floor 16’6); sample drawings available on request.
Lot Three: the entire building.
Planning permission was obtained for a penthouse floor on the building (now lapsed). Further development is possible (SPP) and the building has potential for corporate headquarters, a boutique hotel, etc. (SPP).
Dublin was voted the second best city in Europe to relocate workers to (source – Irish Daily Mail, 7th August 2022) and Capel Street was voted one of the coolest streets in the world by Time Out magazine.
Kerr House was originally three separate houses but was rebuilt circa 1870 as commercial premises on the ground and lower ground floors with apartment(s) overhead (source – Irish Architectural Archive) for Messrs Kerr & Co.
Capel Street is currently enjoying rejuvenation, having recently been pedestrianised, eliminating traffic noise on this superbly located central Dublin Street. Capel Street is a destination for an electric mix of food shops, restaurants and bars serving local and global cuisine. A wide variety of retail outlets share the street. The main shopping areas of central Dublin are within a short walking distance: Henry Street and Grafton Street. Transport links on the street include the Luas and bus services. Taxi services are nearby.