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Sir John Rogersons Quay

The 1909 Quayside building, sitting on the corner of Lime Street and Sir John Rogerson's Quay in Dublin 2, offers a powerful address where the city meets the rapidly expanding Silicon Docks. The building comprises of 155,431 sq ft of Grade A office space and 9,832 sq ft of retail space split across eight storeys.

Property Overview

  • Address

    Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2

  • Developer

    Marlet

  • Architect

    Henry J Lyons

  • Commercial Space

    155,431 sq ft of Grade A office space & 9,832 sq ft of retail space

Details & Amenities

The 1909 Quayside building will have a greatly positive effect on the changing landscape of the quays of the River Liffey.

With its exquisite exterior, the building is just as impressive on the inside with basement level gym and changing facilities, as well as bicycle parking, staff facilities and storage.

The ground floor will consist of retail and reception services with grade A commercial space encompassing the rest of the building.

There is also some nice outdoor space with terraces located on the second, fifth, sixth floors as well as a roof level plant area.

155,431 sq ft of Office Space
Bicycle Storage
Gym
9,832 sq ft of Retail Space
Car Parking
Multiple terraced areas

Site Location

Sitting on the corner of Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Lime Street on the banks of the River Liffey, one could not ask for a more central location for Prime Grade A commercial space.

The 1909 Quayside building is located next to the rapidly expanding Silicon Docks area of Dublin with nearby neighbours including international financial institutions, leading legal firms as well as world renowned global media and technology companies.

The building is exceptionally well located, having three Luas stations within five minutes’ walk and two Dart stations within a ten minute walk, collectively providing exceptional access across Dublin and beyond.

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