Office
Ref 636225

1 George's Dock

IFSC
Dublin 1, D01 W213

AvailabilityImmediately
To letAvailable on request
Size44,174 ft² / 4,104 m² (approx. 410 desks)

Description

1 George’s Dock provides a standalone HQ opportunity comprising a 5 story over basement office building extending to approximately 44,174 sq ft NIA together with 46 basement car parking spaces.
 
The premises is available by way of Assignment of Leasehold interest from the current tenant.
 
The accommodation was refurbished by J.P. Morgan in 2016 and comprises mainly open plan office accommodation with associated cellular office and meeting rooms, kitchenette areas and refurbished toilet accommodation on each floor. The premises also benefits from male and female shower facilities, town hall meeting space, staff canteen and reception area.

 
Specification includes:
 
Raised access floors
Suspended ceilings
Recessed lighting
Perimeter 4 pipe air-conditioning
Carpeted floors
Plastered and painted walls
 
 
Location:
 
Located in a high-profile location in the heart of the IFSC, 1 George’s Dock benefits from unrivalled public transport links providing ease of access to the development. The IFSC is Dublin’s primary financial district and home to a range of international and domestic companies including KPMG, SIG, Walkers, BNP Paribas and Airbus.
 
Connolly DART/Rail Station and the Red Line Luas interchange are located 250 metres from the property. The George’s Dock Luas stop is 50 metres from the building which interconnects with the Green Line Luas at Marlborough Street/O’Connell Street offering connectivity throughout the City Centre.
 
The location of the property provides easy access to Dublin Port (10 minutes), the East-Link Bridge (5 minutes) and Dublin Airport (30 minutes).
 
A Dublin Bikes station is located 250 metres from the premises

Features

  • Fitted office accommodation
  • Refurbished in 2016
  • Own door building with naming rights
  • High profile location in the heart of the IFSC
  • Adjacent to Luas station and CHQ Building

Location and Transport