The popular Arc Café Bar in Liffey Valley, West Dublin, has been put on the market by agents CBRE with an asking price of €3.25m.
CBRE describes the building as “A contemporary styled and purpose built licensed premises/entertainment venue which is split over four levels with extensive outside terraces”. The property is located off the main M4 Dublin to Galway road and is close to its intersection with the M50 motorway, approximately 12km from Dublin city centre.
The bar is adjacent to the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and its densely populated surrounds, including the Clondalkin and Ballyfermot areas. The Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is one of the country’s largest shopping centres with a variety of retail outlets including Marks and Spencer, B&Q and H&M together with a multiplex cinema complex and several restaurants.
The bar is a purpose built licensed premises which extents to 1,540 sq m over four floors. The ground floor houses a lounge bar with extensive carvery and kitchen facilities, as well as a public bar and separate off license area.
A circular glazed mezzanine area leads to the stylish first floor late bar which has an extensive smoking terrace. There is a separate restaurant which is let to Lemongrass Restaurant on a long term 20 year lease. In the basement there are customer toilets and extensive keg and bottle storage areas.
Outside there are two smoking areas and a large car park with parking for approximately 170 cars. The total site area is c. 0.90 ha (2.2 acres).
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