A property company has unveiled plans for a major development in Dublin city.
IPUT plc says it has received permission from An Bord Pleanála for a 450,000 sq ft office development at Wilton Park.
Two, Three and Four Wilton Park will be based adjacent to One Wilton Park, currently under construction on the banks of the Grand Canal.
This 150,000 sq ft building has already been pre-let to LinkedIn and is set for completion in late 2020.
Development of the remaining three inter-connecting buildings is scheduled to begin in 2020 and should be finished in 2023.
Two, Three and Four Wilton Park will be over six floors - plus ground and lower ground floors.
At ground level, it will have a café, restaurant and shops centred around a new public square.
The Wilton Park estate is made up of the former Fitzwilton House, Wilton Park House, Gardner House and public spaces.
The overall development will see a total of 600,000 sq ft of office and new retail/restaurant space, which could cater for up to 6,000 workers.
The building's exterior will consist of a mix of Portland stone, Travertine stone and bronze anodised aluminium framed large-format glazing.
The office buildings will be accessed through open reception areas, with the interior made up of full floor-to-ceiling glass.
The plans include extensive paving and landscaping, with the planting of semi-mature trees.
IPUT chief executive Niall Gaffney says: "IPUT strategically assembled the Wilton Park estate over the past decade with a vision to create an entirely new city quarter centred around its park.
"The first phase, One Wilton Park, is already under construction and we will now look to commence the development of Two, Three and Four Wilton Park in 2020.
"Wilton Park and its public spaces will be carefully designed and landscaped to realise true 'place-making' in this part of Dublin city.
"The entire Wilton Park scheme will deliver over 600,000 sq ft of office and new retail/restaurant spaces which will be completed to the highest global standard in design and sustainability."