Joint agents Lisney and JLL are to launch a marketing campaign over the coming weeks for the commercial element of Boland’s Quay, one of the largest developments ever planned for Dublin with an expected expenditure of €150 million.
Three new buildings in the south docklands will have about 36,851sq m (397,000sq ft) of office, residential, retail and cultural space.The project will also involve the restoration of protected mill buildings and the development of a new civic plaza looking on to the waterfront at Grand Canal Dock.
Mark Reynolds, who acts as receiver along with his colleague Glenn Cran of Savills, said that less than six months after obtaining planning approval they were on site and progressing the project.
He expected strong interest in the office space from local and international occupiers.
Boland’s Mill building is to be fully refurbished to provide over 20,000sq ft of office space.
Source: Irish Times January 27th 2016