Rabobank, the leading bank headquartered in Utrecht in the Netherlands, has leased 3 floors in 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay for its Dublin office. The recently completed building was developed by TIO, one of the most successful developers of Offices and Residential in Dublin’s Docklands.
Rabobank has leased the 6th, 7th and 8th floors of the building totalling 23,500 sq.ft. and will now commence fitting out the space to suit their requirements.
76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay is the final buildings to be constructed in the redevelopment of this portion of the Quays east of the Samuel Beckett Bridge. It is also the most distinctive building here reaching 9 storeys high with a setback double height entrance hall with a striking Orange trim.
The optimum floorplates of almost 10,000 sq.ft each, give bright work space with lovely views up and down the River Liffey. The building has been designed to achieve LEED Gold and BER A3, so it will be both sustainable and cost efficient for occupiers.
The building has a distinctive double height entrance hall, 4 elevators and two stairs serving all floors. At basement level there is secure bicycle parking, staff lockers, drying rooms and shower facilities.
To the rear of the building will be the new pocket park which will provide a nice bright sheltered meeting place for local workers and residents alike. There are a number of coffee shops, restaurants, convenience stores and pubs within a couple of minutes walk in either direction outside the front door. The thriving Grand Canal Dock district along with the Marker Hotel are within 5 minutes leisurely walk.
Office neighbours include Accenture, JP Morgan, State Street, Indeed and DocuSign while there are also a number of the best docklands residential schemes immediately adjacent including the new Benson Building, Opus 6 and Capital Dock.
Kellie O’Brien of Savills advised TIO and said: “We’re delighted that Rabobank have chosen No.76 as their new Dublin office. We believe this building offers the best office space available in the South Docklands and we expect to be announcing another new tenant shortly.”
John Shannon of Cushman & Wakefield advised Rabobank.