DescriptionDesigned to optimise space, flexibility and views with full height glazing maximising natural daylight, the scheme comprises approx. 80,000 sq ft. It offers two distinct but connected buildings; an upgraded and converted Victorian warehouse structure to the front that will be refurbished to the highest standard of modern offices.
Complimenting this, a highly efficient, modern 6 storey office block will be created at the southern end of the property overlooking Whitaker Square.
An attractive landscaped and exclusively pedestrianised zone leading from the quay side will provide unrivaled synergy between the two buildings and create an ambient outdoor environment.
The building has been designed to meet the highest global standards in design and sustainability credentials to include NZEB and LEED Platinum standards and WELL Gold enabled.
Constructed in the 1890's this original warehouse has continuously evolved over the last 127 years and is now set to become an inspirational work space for the future.
FeaturesIconic modern offices incorporating a historic warehouse building,Landmark location with panoramic views over River Liffey,Enhanced urban spaces envelop the buildings,10 car spaces & 136 bicycle spaces ,NZEB, LEED Platinum and WELL Gold enabled,Many original features retained ,
BER DetailsWELL Gold, Wiredscore Platinum, LEED Platinum
DirectionsThe Tropical Fruit Warehouse, located at 30 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, is an exciting office location, ideally situated between the IFSC, Grand Canal Dock and the traditional core CBD. It is surrounded by leading corporates, government bodies, exhibition & hotel space.
The property benefits from waterfront views onto the River Liffey and also a number of Dublin’s iconic landmarks, such as the Samuel Beckett Bridge, Convention Centre Dublin, the Central Bank of Ireland HQ and the 3Arena.
The building is surrounded by some of the world's most innovative, forward thinking companies in Tech, Media, Finance and Commerce such as Accenture, Airbnb, BNY Mellon, BOI, Facebook, Google, HSBC, LogMeIn, Matheson, State Street and TripAdvisor.