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refurbished offices in central dublin to let

by:Dolight LED Panel     2019-09-15
Hollywood Square is seeking 55 euros per square foot of office space in central Dublin, covering an area of about 13,600 square feet.
The company is renting space for the station building in the development of Park Square, upper hatch Street, Dublin 2.
The station building was originally part of the Harcourt station, but Laifang said the property had been \"repaired sensitively, retaining many of the original features, the bare truss and the original stone wall are included to ensure that the occupier fully benefits from its unique properties \".
\"This is combined with the introduction of a new mezzanine floor with a generous set --
\"From the height of the front and back, natural light is allowed to penetrate the entire office,\" the company said . \".
The internal workspace has been modernized to meet the \"most demanding\" needs of end users.
The building now includes full air conditioning, acoustic ceiling panels at the bottom of the mezzanine, linear lamps, elevated floors on the platform floor, and high quality passenger and cargo lifts.
In addition, the internal stairwell of the main entrance connects the platform layer to the mezzanine.
The building also includes a full set of amenities, a bathroom, and a shower.
Parking is also available.
The station building, developed by crancott, provides what Jim O\'Reilly of Knight\'s place calls \"unparalleled\" quality.
Due to its unique features, major locations, and access to all transport nodes (
Including Luas station, Harcourt Street, nearby)
\"Station construction will attract a large number of occupiers in the TMT, professional and financial services sectors,\" he said . \".
\"In a market, there is one
The station building records the lack of A-level inventory, achieving a perfect balance between a quality office space and a unique collaborative work area.
\"The property is located above Park Place\'s very successful retail vault, which is now home to Mortons, Peacock Green, Caffe Nero and the weekly farmer\'s market, office occupiers in development and wider areas are very welcome \".
Enter the station building from the retail plaza below through three high-quality dedicated external stairs.
\"From the full high glazed height on the front of the station building to the halo effect lighting around the architectural signature entrance, each detail has been carefully considered,\" Mr O\'Reilly added . \".
€ 55 per square foot, the property\'s rent is close to the highest level of this cycle.
Aircraft leasing company AerCap has agreed to pay a clause of 60 euros per square foot for the space of a new office building developed by businessman Dennis O\'Brien in the green of St. Stephen, analysts say rents will be up to 70 euros per square foot next year.
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