• Future occupiers will enjoy uninterrupted panoramic views of the river

  • The building steps down from a height of 9 storeys to 5 storeys at the river frontage

  • Generous roof terraces boast unrivalled views of the River Liffey

City Quay

13-18 City Quay is a new, headquarters style, flexible office building of 9 storeys over a single basement on a brownfield site bounded by City Quay, Princess Street South, Gloucester Street and St. Mary’s Church in Dublin 2.

Panoramic views of the river and iconic works of Dublin Architecture including the Customs House, the Samuel Beckett Bridge, the Convention Centre and of the Dublin Mountains to the South setting it apart from other office buildings in Dublin. City Quay will be a new landmark addition to Dublin’s skyline. The Granted permission for the City Quay site ensures it has a discernible presence along the South Quay underlining its Headquarters status.

In elevation, the building steps down from a height of 9 storeys to 5 storeys at the river frontage providing a series of generous roof terraces that boast unrivaled views of the River Liffey.

The building is entered from the North and is set within a new landscaped plaza space. This gives an impressive approach and importantly, adds scale to the building reception. Once inside, the generous reception area has full height glazing commanding views of the Campshires and of the River.


Client
Bennett Contruction

Status
Planning Permission Granted

Year
2017

Size
14,000m2

Location
City Quay, Dublin 2