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4th Floor, The Reflector (Part A), Dublin 2

1476.31m 2Office Refreshed on Dec 5, 2020
#158 of 160 Properties Viewed in Dublin 2
Savills Commercial Offices
Savills Commercial Offices
Tel: 01 618 1300
PSRA Licence No. 002233
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Description

Extending to approximately 125,000 sq ft in total, the building is split into two wings with individual receptions. The available space extends to 23,332 sq ft spanning both East and West wing of the 4th floor. Available as an entire floor of 23,332 sq ft or split as follows: Part A - 15,891 sq ft Part B - 7,401 sq ft Part A is fully fitted with a high quality fit out comprising predominantly open plan space with 11 meeting rooms, a boardroom and breakout space. Part B comes ready for tenant fit-out with CAT A contribution available.

Features

Iconic Grade A office building,Impressive uninterrupted views of Grand Canal Dock,Excellent natural light on all elevations,LEED V4 gold standard / A3 BER,Efficient floor plates with minimal internal columns,Four Pipe fan coil air conditioning,6 car parking spaces available

BER Details

BER A3

Directions

The Reflector is located in one of the most sought after locations in Dublin by occupiers, on Hanover Quay, in the heart of Dublin's South Docklands. It is well serviced for commuters, with Luas, DART, train and bus routes all within a short walk, and a Dublin Bike station on its doorstep. The area has excellent road infrastructure with the Samuel Beckett Bridge providing easy access to the North Docks, IFSC and Dublin Airport. - Prominent waterfront setting ‒ South Facing facade with extensive views of Grand Canal Dock - Well established office location with multiple HQ buildings nearby ‒ Google, Facebook, State Street, William Fry, Matheson, McCann Fitzgerald, HSBC, Airbnb, Accenture - Abundance of amenities on doorstep including The Marker Hotel, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, BrewDog Dublin, MacKenzies restaurant, and many cafes and casual eateries

Negotiator

Michael Healy