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Charlemont Exchange

The Charlemont Exchange building, located on the bank of the Grand Canal in Dublin 2, consists of 122,924 sq ft of Modern Grade A office Space, split over seven floors of highly flexible space.   The building boasts impressive views stretching from the Pigeon House, Aviva Stadium, the Grand Canal and the Dublin Mountains.

Property Overview

  • Address

    Charlemont Exchange, Charlemont Street, Dublin 2

  • Developer

    Marlet Property Group

  • Architect

    BKD Architects

  • Commercial Space

    122,924 sq ft of Gold LEED office space

Details & Amenities

The Charlemont Exchange building comprises of 122,924 sq ft of Modern Grade A level office space. The building is seven floors in height, with highly flexible spaces & large floor to ceiling heights throughout.

It has 11 male and female shower and changing facilities, 108 car parking spaces and 102 secure bicycle spaces.

The voluminous 6m high reception area with extensive glazing and stone finishes exudes quality leaving a marketable impression on workers and visitors alike.

122,924 sq ft Grade A Office Space
102 Bicycle Spaces
Penthouse level terrace
108 Car Spaces
Shower & Changing Room facilities

The building boasts impressive views stretching from the Pigeon House, Aviva Stadium, the Grand Canal and the Dublin Mountains

Development Location

Charlemont Exchange is located on a high profile corner position in the Central Business District which lies on one of the busiest gateway routes to the South Dublin suburbs.

The location easily accesses an abundance of food and leisure amenities as well as multiple transport nodes on the buildings doorstep.

There is a Dublin Bikes station right outside the building, a Dublin Bus stop with routes into and out of the city centre, and the Charlemont Luas station a 4 minute walk away.

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