7,014 sq.m (75,498 sq.ft)net lettable area with typical floors of 9,700 sq.ft - demolition just commencing and completion in April 2019.
Its striking facade will be an architecturual highlight along the River Liffey. Occupiers of the property can enjoy panoramic views of the River Liffey.
The building will be of the highest standard and the quality of specification on offer will include:-
Imposing facade incorporating double glazed window units and insulated glass spandrel panels
Impressive double height feature entrance from Public plaza
Four pipe fan coil air conditioning
Raised access floors with floor boxes
High quality shower and changing facilities
Sedum "Green" Roof
Basement car parking and bicycle storeroom
The Grade A third generation office accommodation will be available from April 2019.
The building will achieve an A3 BER rating ensuring that it is highly efficient with low annual running costs.
The South Docklands have some of Dublin's best amenities including the Bord Gais Grand Canal Theatre, the Marker Hotel, Dublin's Convention Centre and an incredible array of restaurants, shops, gyms and leisure amenities including zipline wakeboarding, paddleboarding, canoeing and canal barges on the Grand Canal Dock. These amenities, the connectivity and the wonderful working environment that the unique Dockland's area offers are all reasons that firms such as Facebook, Yahoo, Google, Mason Hayes & Curran, Mathersons, A& L Goodbody, PWC, State Street and Accenture have chosen to locate into the Docklands. The location of 76 Sir John Rogerson's Quay is further enhanced by excellent transport links nearby with the Luas at Spencer Dock, bus stops outside the building, national train station within a 5 minute walk at Grand Canal Dock, a Dublin Bike station to the rear of the building and the M50 and Dublin Airport are easily accessed via the nearby Dublin Tunnel.