Dublin Landings has been awarded the 2022 Urban Design & Architecture Award – the second accolade to be presented to the waterfront scheme this year.
Judges noted “the project is distinguished by its stunning architecture and striking landscaping”, as well as referencing to the “calibre of the tenants who have chosen to take space there”; businesses now anchored at Dublin Landings include We Work, The Central Bank of Ireland and the National Treasury Management Agency.
Speaking of the award, which comes just months after Ballymore earned the CBRE Excellence in Placemaking award for the scheme, developments director David Killion said: “Much thought was put into the designs for Dublin Landings, with a sensitive approach that has drawn on the Docklands’ rich heritage, while injecting green space in the form of tree-lined avenues and squares.
“This architecture award is testament to our efforts, and a credit to all involved with the design of a scheme that we hope raises the bar for Dublin.”
Hailed by the Irish Times as “one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin”, Dublin Landings is a culturally-rich quarter for the city, with more than 1 million sq ft of commercial space – including five Grade A office buildings – and 268 apartments.
This brand-new urban community in the centre of the city, has reopened a disused Docklands site connected to the River Liffey. Find out more about it here.