NUTGROVE SHOPPING CENTRE, NUTGROVE AVENUE, DUBLIN 14

Nutgrove Shopping Centre

  • 218,000 square feet of district shopping centre located in South Dublin
  • Anchored by Tesco, Dunnes Stores and Penneys
  • Everyday Shopping Centre with over 70 units – does not compete directly with Dundrum Shopping Centre
  • DIPF has a 60% interest in the Shopping Centre
  • Footfall of almost 4m in 2014 – averaging 75,000 per week and up 3% on 2013
  • Centre is 100% occupied
  • New lettings to Tiger and Carraig Dunn
  • Continuing asset management initiatives underway in Centre


GRAFTON STREET, DUBLIN 2

Grafton Street

  • Four storeys over basement retail unit located on Dublin’s prime shopping street
  • Let in its entirety to Foot Locker
  • Foot Locker has sublet upper floor to Captain America's
  • Strong tenant covenant with long unexpired lease term remaining


WICKLOW STREET, DUBLIN 2

Wicklow Street

  • The property comprises a four-storey over basement building
  • Total net internal floor area of 3,181 square foot
  • Well located on Wicklow St, less than 150m from both Grafton Street and South William Street
  • Let to Hortons Limited trading as Louis Copeland & Sons on a 25 year lease


3 GPO BUILDINGS, HENRY STREET, DUBLIN 1

GPO Buildings

  • Located on Henry Street, close to junction with O’Connell Street and adjacent to GPO.
  • Retail area of 1,749 square foot
  • Let to Swarovski


31-33 HENRY STREET, DUBLIN 1

Henry Street

  • Three retail units together on busy location on Henry Street
  • Combined area of 7,000 square foot
  • Let to Lush, Vodafone and Butlers Chocolates
  • Planning permission obtained to convert the three units into a larger retail unit – under consideration but not currently commercial


The Fund is a real estate-based investment, is speculative and requires a long-term commitment, with no certainty of return. There can be no assurance that the Fund will achieve its Investment Objective or that an investor will recover the full amount invested in the Fund. Many of the investments will be highly illiquid.