Five office blocks, retail space and 273 luxury apartments...
Leading property group Ballymore has today launched its major new "Dublin Landings" project, a €700 million development situated on the capital's North Wall Quay that will reach completion over the next four years.
The one million square feet site rubs shoulders with the Central Bank's new headquarters and 3Arena and will feature 700,000 sq ft of Grade A office and retail space, along with 273 luxury residential apartments.
Five new office buildings will be delivered by 2020, with the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) anticipated to be the first tenant in 2018. Construction on the first two blocks is already underway. The overall project is set to create some 2,000 jobs in the construction sector.
Ballymore chairman and group chief executive Sean Mulryan said:
"Dublin Landings will showcase our design expertise in Docklands development and will bring to life our vision of creating a vibrant community within the areas. Through considered landscaping and careful planning of the urban spaces, we aim to achieve a strong sense of place."
Ballymore has teamed up with Oxley to manage and the deliver the project, following on from the pair recently launching one of London's largest and fastest-selling mixed-use projects, Royal Wharf, together.
Oxley chairman Ching Chiat Kwong expressed his excitement for the company's first Irish venture:
"We have great confidence in the Dublin market and particularly the central business district. This unique mixed-use site is unlike any other in Dublin and we look forward to working with Ballymore."