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North Dock

91-94 North Wall Quay
Dublin 1, D01 CD70

To let€50 per ft²
Size3,600-154,000 ft² / 334-14,307 m² (approx. 33-1,430 desks)


Dublin first NZEB capable office building available to let.

  • 150 feet of water frontage
  • Column free floorplates
  • LEED Gold Rating
  • Dublins 1st NZEB office building


North Dock provides tenants with 30 car parking space in the secure undercroft and 266 bicycle spaces. The accommodation comprises of the following

Floor/UnitDescriptionSq ftAvailability
GroundNorth Dock One3,897Available
GroundNorth Dock Two1,324Available
MezzanineNorth Dock One2,778Available
MezzanineNorth Dock Two2,863Available
1stNorth Dock One12,056Available
1stNorth Dock Two15,037Available
2ndNorth Dock One13,229Available
2ndNorth Dock Two15,769Available
3rdNorth Dock One13,261Available
3rdNorth Dock Two15,780Available
4thNorth Dock One13,261Available
5thNorth Dock One13,261Available
6thNorth Dock One12,637Available
7thNorth Dock One5,479Available
7thNorth Dock Two4,855Available
8thNorth Dock One4,801Available
8thNorth Dock Two3,649Available


North Dock is a magnificent Grade A HQ office building extending to over 200,000 sq ft.

The building can be split into two distinct blocks over 9 floors each with their own dedicated entrance.

Tenants will enjoy uninterrupted river a city views from the upper floors in North Dock.

Tenants are provided with bright and efficient floor plates with floor to ceiling glazing and a floor to ceiling height of 2.95m. 

The typical floor plate measures 28,000 sq ft. while the upper floors are set back and extend to 3-5,000 sq ft and provide enviable views the Docklands.

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  • Floor to ceiling glazing
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  • Mezzanine
  • 24 Hour access
  • Building Reception
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Building Energy Rating

Building Energy Rating A2

Location and Transport

The North Docks have evolved and diversified rapidly in recent times and are now at the heart of business and culture in Dublin.
Dublin’s Docklands is at the heart of the Smart Cities initiative benefitting from Dublin City Council’s investment in smart city facilities, which are being developed in conjunction with a number of international technology partners.

This gives occupiers the benefit of enjoying new advance in lighting, Wi-Fi, integrated transport systems and live data on everything from environmental sustainability to the availability of car parking and free bikes schemes.