When Ballymore chief Sean Mulryan and his partners at Singapore-headquartered developers Oxley unveiled plans in October 2016 for over a million square feet of offices and apartments in the Dublin Docklands, there were some who may have baulked at the scale of their ambition.
Fast forward to today however, and it would appear that Mr Mulryan got his timing right in relation to the delivery of the Dublin Landings scheme. Having only recently sold No 1 Dublin Landings to the German pension fund, Triuva, for around €164m, Ballymore and Oxley are now offering No 2 Dublin Landings to the market through joint agents CBRE and Knight Frank for €98.8m.
Due for completion later this month, the building should prove attractive to investors, as it has already been pre-let to global co-working operator, WeWork.
Located next to the new headquarters of the Central Bank of Ireland and the new head office of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) at North Wall Quay, the overall Dublin Landings development extends to 93,000 sq m (1,001,043 sq ft). In addition to No 1 & 2, a further three office blocks will be developed on the site providing a further 28,700 sq m of space. The construction of all three buildings is under way with a view to making them available for occupation in 2019.
All told, Dublin Landings will comprise 298 apartments, offices, restaurants, bars, retail, and landscaped gardens.
Some 6,000 people are expected to work and live at the docklands scheme once it is finished.
Article Source: <a href=”https://www.independent.ie/business/commercial-property/100m-price-tag-for-docklands-scheme-36936413.html”>http://tinyurl.com/kbwqb42 </a>
- 21 Belvedere Place, Dublin 1
- +353 1 855 4188
- +353 1 836 6550
- 14 Jun 2018Tesla plans to cut 9pc of workforce, says Musk
- 14 Jun 2018‘Do you have that fiver for me?’ – PayPal gets personal in new push
- 13 Jun 2018Irish Ferries to take further hit of €4m – €5m from ship delay
- 13 Jun 2018Malin hits a new all-time low with State down 30pc
- 13 Jun 2018Bank of Ireland overhaul bill soars to €1.4bn