The buildings, which were sourced “off market”, benefit from education use having previously been occupied by American College Dublin.
A new 20 year lease has been negotiated with the private investor landlord.
Joe O'Donoghue Director of Office Advisory at Lambert Smith Hampton said, “We were pleased to be able to advise our clients on the letting of these prime buildings in the heart of the city. Buildings with the benefit of education use are highly sought after in the current climate given the demand for office accommodation and low vacancy rate in the central business district.”
The location of Merrion Square, access to amenities and public transport further enhanced the buildings attractiveness.
Emerald Cultural Institute has over 30 years of experience providing quality language and professional development programs to groups and individuals of all ages from more than 60 different countries. They have developed a sophisticated range of courses to meet their student’s needs. The Institute has centres across Dublin and the UK.
LSH has a number of other live office requirements for retained clients they are currently looking to satisfy.