Saturday 23 September 2017

Over 200 construction jobs created as part of €24m south Dublin office development

Artist's impression of Hampstead
Artist's impression of Hampstead
Artist's impression of Hampstead
Artist's impression of Hampstead
Louise Kelly

Louise Kelly

Up to 210 jobs will be created during construction of a 60,000 sq ft office building in south Dublin.

Park Developments Group is behind the €24m project at The Park, Carrickmines, Dublin 18.

‘The Hampstead Building’ will be the first new building to be created at the office and retail park since 2008.

The new addition will join the existing Iveagh, Hyde and Herbert Buildings which house international companies including Vodafone, Getty Images and SIRO.

The Park's location beside Junction 15 on the M50 in South Dublin, and its close proximity to the LUAS Green line, has proved popular with existing tenants thus far.

Savills has been instructed to find an occupier for the building which is expected to be completed by year end.

Artist's impression of Hampstead
Artist's impression of Hampstead
Artist's impression of Hampstead

Occupier rent is being quoted at €29.50 per square foot.

The Hampstead Building offers flexible office accommodation with efficient floorplates and high quality specification built to LEED Gold Standard.

The building includes an entrance space with a 6.42m floor-to-ceiling height with floor plates of 12,000 sqft featuring floor-to-ceiling heights of 2.7m.

When complete, upper floors will have views out to the Dublin Mountains while the rest of the building will overlook a scenic courtyard.

A basement car park with 90 spaces for commuting professionals is also part of this development.

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