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Published in Commercial Property on 24/06/2020

Jones Investments introduces ‘Bottleworks’ on Dublin’s Barrow Street


CNI Editor reports

Bottleworks, a former glass factory on Barrow Street, will be available to occupy at the end of this year following its redevelopment to a collaborative working space.

Located on Barrow Street in Dublin 2, Bottleworks boasts superbly designed open plan work space developed to the highest standards with a vision for the future of work central to its inspiration. The vibrant space in the heart of Silicon Docks will offer a collaborative working space designed to accommodate a range of working options and facilitate multi occupancy tenants or offer small to medium sized companies the opportunity to occupy a self-contained building. Extending to 28,000 sq feet over 5 floors,  Bottleworks will offer a variety of fully serviced working spaces and meeting rooms and will also be equipped with a café and attractive external courtyards.

The development is being undertaken by Jones Investments which has established an enviable track record for providing high end office accommodation to some of the biggest names in the technology sector. With more than 25 years’ combined experience, the team at Jones Investments has been responsible for the development of Facebook’s original headquarters at Hanover Quay, the redevelopment of the Dockmill Building on Barrow Street subsequently sold to Google and more recently the reimagining of The One Building for international payments company Stripe.

This experience has helped to inform the redevelopment of the spectacular Bottleworks building.. As with previous developments completed by Jones Investments, Bottleworks will be finished to the highest quality with its striking design set to complement its surroundings and the premises of its neighbouring technology giants. The architectural Henry J Lyons design takes its cue from the site’s history, creating an elevated industrial aesthetic building. The graphic simplicity of the black and white form is given depth and texture through a range of tactile materials, while the richly planted courtyards provide green focal points internally.

From a location perspective, the positioning of Bottleworks is ideal. The building is located on the same street as Grand Canal train station, within walking distance of numerous bus routes, a number of Dublin bike stations and a 15 minute walk to both Luas tram lines. Dublin Airport is only a 20 minute drive from the building and it is also closely located to the M50 orbital route through the Port Tunnel. The property also benefits from a host of well-established amenities with numerous cafes and eateries on the doorstep, event centres such as The Bord Gais Theatre and The 3 Arena within walking distance as are a number of local hotels including The Marker, The Spencer & The Clayton.

The immediate area is also home to a multitude of well-known companies such as: Google, Accenture; Mason Hayes & Curran; William Fry; NTMA; Cairn; KBC; Twitter; Google; and Perrigo. In addition, the proposed Grand Canal Innovation District, being led by Trinity College Dublin, will be just a few minutes’ walk away.

Savills is handling the letting on behalf of Jones Investments.