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58 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2

495.17m 2Office Refreshed on Jan 13, 2021
Savills Commercial Offices
Savills Commercial Offices
Tel: 01 618 1300
PSRA Licence No. 002233
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58 Fitzwilliam Square is undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment and restoration programme due for completion in Q1 2021. The finished building will provide the functionality and highest specification of a modern contemporary office within the charm of a traditional Georgian building. The four-storey over basement Georgian building extends to approximately 5,330 sq. ft. The building will comprise office accommodation from lower ground to third floor, open plan and cellular with ample boardroom, meeting and collaborative space. Tenants will also benefit from modern amenity provisions including bicycle parking, shower and changing facilities. In addition to the private access to Fitzwilliam Square, occupiers will also have their own exclusive landscaped garden at Lower Ground Floor level.


Exclusive access to the prestigious Fitzwilliam Square,Shower and changing facilities,2 car parking spaces available,Ample bicycle parking,Floor boxes wired for power and data - Cat 6 data cabling,WiFi controlled energy efficient heating

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58 Fitzwilliam is located in the heart of Georgian Dublin and the Central Business District. The property is within walking distance of Government Buildings, St Stephens’s Green, Grand Canal Dock, Merrion Square and Grafton Street. The property’s central location connects it to all major modes of transport. The Stephen’s Green Luas stop and Pearse Street DART Station are both within a short 10 minute walk. The property is also within walking distance of the popular residential neighbourhoods of Ballsbridge, Donnybrook, Ranelagh and Rathmines and there are numerous Dublin Bike Stations located on the Square itself. The surrounding area is home to many renowned global companies including; LinkedIn, Bank of Ireland, Shire Pharmaceutical, Slack, Aercap, Duff & Phelps and Goldman Sachs.


Seán Ryan McCaffrey