DUBLIN, IRELAND—The National Asset Management Agency, and an Irish real Eestate firm are asking $221 million (€160M) for three office blocks and a row of shops and apartments in the Dublin 2 area.

According to a report in the Irish Times, investors will also have the option to bid for individual assets in the Redwood portfolio, according to joint selling agents Adrian Truick of Knight Frank and Fergus O’Farrell of Savills. With the various buildings extending to 30,300 square meters, an annual revenue of around $11 million (€8M) and a weighted average unexpired lease term of 10.7 years, the sale will be of particular interest to German and American investment companies as well as to two Irish pension funds, IPUT and Irish Life.

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