6 Pembroke Row, a new Grade A Dublin 2 office building – extending to 26,716 sq ft – will accommodate up to 300 office workers upon its completion in Q3 2020.
The prime office development situated on Dublin’s Pembroke Row – in the heart of the city’s central business district is being developed by MKN Property Group. Letting agent, Savills, is seeking €55 per sq. ft. and expects demand to be strong given the prominent location of the 6-storey office building.
Location-wise, 6 Pembroke Row is ideally situated close to all main public transport routes and a short walk to Grand Canal, Baggot Street, St Stephen’s Green and Government Buildings. The area is popular with a whole host of international renowned companies, including LinkedIn, Amazon, Fitbit, Shire, Bank of Ireland, IBEC and the ESB.
Designed by leading architects Henry J. Lyons, 6 Pembroke Row offers flexible floor plates ranging between 3,046 sq. ft. and 5,328 sq. ft. Designed to the highest specification targeting a BER Rating of A3 and LEED Gold this building will suit a range of potential occupiers.
Externally, the buildings’ glazed floor to ceiling elevation provides exceptional natural light, delivering a bright and flexible work environment, suitable for single-let and multi-let occupancy.
Internally, 6 Pembroke Row features floor to ceiling heights of 2.7m and generous tenant amenities including dedicated showers, lockers, changing facilities secure bicycle parking and 9 car parking spaces.
Kellie O’Brien from Savills commented:
“6 Pembroke Row is a stunning new development situated in one of the most sought-after locations in Dublin for office occupiers. We have already had a number of enquiries from a range of occupiers and now that we have officially commenced the marketing process, we expect this to continue.”
Strong jobs growth made 2018 a record year for Dublin office lettings. Total take-up of purpose-built office space in Dublin was 345,783 sq m, representing an increase of 25% on the previous year. H1 2019 has continued in the same vein, with 160,626 sq m of space taken.