What was once home to the shipping and transport companies that helped Dublin become the city it is today, 1909 Quayside on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay is ready to welcome the next generation of businesses. Set amongst the remaining campshires, which have been lovingly restored and repurposed, Quayside will feature 177,000 sq ft of Grade A office space and 5,700 sq ft of retail space split across eight storeys.
Details & Amenities
The facade of the development was designed to stay in sync with the campshire structures, enhancing the relationship between the two with carefully selected materials. Yet the building has a distinctive character which will make it a Liffey landmark.
Matching this exquisite exterior is a just as impressive interior with a double basement level featuring gym and changing facilities, as well as bicycle and car 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.
And above all of this, a rooftop with a River Liffey view and external landscaped terraces populated by native vegetation; sustainably designed to be a natural habitat for flora and fauna within the city.
177,000 sq ft of Office Space
5,700 sq ft of Retail Space
230 Bicycle spaces
16 Car spaces
Multiple terraced areas
Sitting on the corner of Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Lime Street on the banks of the River Liffey, there couldn’t be a more central location for this 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 connected, with three Luas stations within five minutes’ walk and two Dart stations within a ten-minute walk, providing exceptional access across Dublin and beyond.
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