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Construction begins on top of the range €100 million Dublin office building

‘The Reflector’, as it is known, will eventually provide space for more than 1,000 employees.

View 5 - Exterior Dusk - CMYK Artist's impression of The Reflector on Hanover Quay, Dublin Source: Savills

CONSTRUCTION HAS BEGUN on a new €100 million office building in the heart of Dublin’s business district. A very pretty office building.

The Reflector, as it is known, is a 125,000 square foot grade A construction. It’s expected to be completed in the second half of 2018.

It’s being built by Park Developments Group who were behind the nearby Hanover Quay scheme.

hanover quay Hanover Quay Source: Google Maps

The building itself is situated on Hanover Quay and Grand Canal Dock on the south side of the Liffey.

Grand Canal Dock is at the heart of Dublin’s business district, with nearby multinationals like Accenture, Airbnb, Facebook, Google, and Twitter ten a penny.

When finished its office sections should provide space enough to house over 1,000 employees.

View 2 - Corner View - CMYK Source: Savills

The building has been designed to enable it to “readily and officially split” with ease depending upon the requirements of its corporate occupants. So say real estate advisors Savills at any rate.

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“The integration of the Reflector with the existing dock-front buildings will create dynamic new relationships between old and new within the waterfront context,” says Andrew Cunningham of Savills.

View 6 - West Reception 06 CMYK Source: Savills

View 3 - Entrances - CMYK Source: Savills

The Reflector offers grade A sustainable and energy efficient office space, fantastic natural light, and great views, making it a top class working environment.

Along with its office space potential, the building is set to house 40 luxury apartments and a single restaurant complex.

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