The Windmill Lane studios in Dublin made famous by rock group U2 are available to rent along with office and adjoining industrial space.
U2 recorded their first three albums at Windmill Lane, the Steve Lillywhite-produced ‘Boy’ and ‘War’, as well as the Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois production, ‘The Joshua Tree’.
The property which still attracts U2 fans and is known in the music and film industry, extends to over 2,536sqm and is available to lease in tranches of accommodation from 360sqm upwards on flexible terms.
Agents Xavier McCaffrey are quoting €162 per sq m for the offices, and €86 per sqm for the industrial space.
A ground floor retail/storage unit also forms part of the property, which comprises 360sqm.
The adjoining site next to Windmill Lane, the property once used and known as the “Avis Car Rental Headquarters”, 1-10 Creighton Street, is also available to lease comprising 1,030sqm of warehouse and office accommodation.
The property benefits from a central courtyard offering a generous 42 car-parking spaces, with dual access from Windmill Lane and Hanover Street East.
It features cellular and open plan offices, meeting rooms, professional recording studios, practice rooms, storage facilities and an impressive reception area. All of the recording equipment has been removed from the property.
The colourful location is a regularly visited tourist attraction and forms part of Dublin’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Tour.
Commenting on the property, Damien McCaffrey, Director of Xavier McCaffrey said: “Windmill Lane is a superb property with an abundance of character and a fantastic legacy in the music industry and we expect that there will be great interest in this property from occupiers whose corporate image compliments the history of the building,” Specifications include: CAT 5 Cabling, floor boxes and perimeter trunking, storage heaters, air conditioning, intercom, and IT/comms rooms.