Docklands is currently developing over 400,000 sqm of commercial space granted planning permission. These developments will provide space for an additional 20,000 employees, 8,000 new residents, a minimum of 1BM investment in the area and a hard to estimate number of new businesses.
A list of Dockland new and currently developed sits includes;
- Boland’s Quay, above, with one 12 and another 13-story building, including space for Cafés and retail, waterfront civic plaza, roof gardens and restored listed building of great industrial heritage. All soon to be home to Google.
- Dublin Landings on North Wall Quay with over 1 million square feet of offices, apartments and shops and is home to WeWork, The Central Bank of Ireland, and National Treasury Management Agency.
- Capital Dock campus at the end of Sir John Rogerson’s Quay is home to State Street, JP Morgan, Indeed, Brewdog, Fresh, Freshii, The Art of Coffee and Capital Dock Residence which is a luxury rental apartment scheme and has the honour of being Ireland’s tallest building.
- The Exo Building at the Point Village with 15 floors will be Dublin’s tallest office building. With a roof top garden and space for 2,000 employees it is set to become one of the city’s iconic buildings.