At the heart of the Silicon Docks, this former ‘An Post’ site has been transformed into an occupier-centred, state-of-the-art commercial development, very much in keeping with the success of this Dublin 2 city quarter.
Certified LEED Platinum, the Sorting Office comprises 202,000 sq ft of commercial space over a 7-storey high grade building.
With high-profile tech neighbours and energising surroundings like the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Hanover Quay and the Convention Centre, the building was designed with collaboration in mind with wide, open floors, a spacious atrium and dramatic features like high-speed scenic elevators.
Details & Amenities
The Sorting Office comprises a seven-storey mixed-use building, with 202,000 sq ft of office space and 6,000 sq ft of prime retail floor space, including space for a cafe.
The seven-storey LEED platinum office block – providing total user flexibility based on open floor plates and economic structural grid – is presented in a strong geometric form, defined by lightness and clarity.
The coherence of the design is emphasised in the choice of facade materials: acid-etched precast, unitized glazing and perforated aluminium brise-soleil fins. The double-height entrance and retail units enhance the streetscape.
Inside, the open, light-filled central atrium is welcoming, airy and peaceful, best appreciated from the dramatic scenic lifts, bringing users to highly flexible staff spaces for work, socialising and collaboration. South-facing landscaped terraces and roof planting soften the aerial perspective and provide outdoor spaces to users.
202,000 sq ft office space
318 Secured Bike spaces
26 Car parking spaces
6,000 sq ft Retail space
Showers & Changing facilities
LEED Platinum Certified
Landscaped Terrace areas
Located on Cardiff Lane, in the heart of the Silicon Docks, the Sorting Office benefits from an exceptional location with access to numerous amenities, services and residential developments, including Ropemaker Place, recently completed by Marlet
The building is particularly well connected, with two DART stops within walking distance, as well as Commuter Train Line, Luas, Dublin Bus and Dublin Bikes station all within easy reach. Dublin airport is only a 15-minute drive, via the Dublin Port Tunnel.
The Sorting Office sits within a new wholly regenerated and repurposed Dublin quarter that cleverly combines new state-of-the-art commercial and residential Marlet developments, with The Shipping Office, One Lime Street and Ropemaker Place.
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Set among the lively new Harborage quarter, Ropemaker Place blends peaceful living with the soul of the city. This 7-storey development, designed to retain elements of the warehouse feel and rich history of the local area, offers 56 high-end apartments.