• Dublin Landings

    Dublin Landings, North Wall Quay on the River Liffey

  • Dublin Landings

    New public space is created, with high-quality landscape design

  • Dublin Landings

    Dublin Landings stays connected with the red line on the doorstep

  • Dublin Landings

    PRS apartments of high specification offer bold kitchen design and floor to ceiling windows, with balcony

  • Dublin Landings

    Residential amenities include the gym, at Dublin Landings

  • Dublin Landings

    A residents' lounge offers a space for work and rest

  • Dublin Landings

    New retail / leisure at ground level activates the public realm

The new urban quarter in Dublin’s docklands

Striking architecture and inspired landscaping puts Dublin Landings in a league of its own – as do its occupants. With over 1 million square feet of offices, apartments and shops, Dublin Landings’ pedigree as the new commercial heart of the Irish capital is part of an overall new city block, which is home to the Central Bank of Ireland. A new community of entrepreneurs will also be heading for Dublin’s docklands with almost 10,000 square metres of office space having been let to WeWork.

"Confident and ambitious, but always welcoming."

Destined to be a vibrant, richly urban part of the city, Dublin Landings is designed to epitomise the city’s new attitude: confident and ambitious, but always welcoming. Well-connected by transport, and located between Dublin’s international airport and historic centre, it is the ideal gateway to the city but also a destination in its own right. At the heart of the Docklands business district, which has attracted globally recongised organised such as Google, Facebook, and PwD. Thoughtful, sensitive architecture will open up to the River Liffey, drawing on the docklands’ rich heritage, while tree-lined avenues and squares offer a place to sit and enjoy a summer’s day.

Dublin Landings

Docklands
Dublin D1 Ireland

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Key Facts

  • Land area: 2.35 ha
  • Residential: 300 PRS apartments
  • Commercial: 70,000 sq m, occupiers include WeWork, The Central Bank of Ireland, and National Treasury Management Agency
  • Retail/leisure: 1,600 sq m (cafe and restaurant) and hotel
  • Amenities: Concierge, landscaped courtyards, gym, business and social lounge
  • Status: Under construction