But the arrival of 5 Harcourt Road has introduced new standards of architectural quality, sustainability and flexibility to the district.
Bathed in natural light, beautifully finished in the finest Irish limestone, granite and walnut and presenting a fully glazed façade, the building is designed to make a bold and confident statement.
In total, 5 Harcourt Road offers over 50,280 sq ft of Grade A office space across seven floors. These are configured to allow the maximum amount of flexibility and have a floor-to-ceiling height of 2.8 metres.
As it is freestanding, tenants enjoy panoramic views east to Adelaide Road and to Harcourt Street in the north. Adding to the sense of exclusivity, the statement entrance has a set-back design and there is a striking public space graced by a beautiful sculpture to the front.
Targeting both LEED Gold status and a B1 BER, 5 Harcourt Road has been built to minimise its impact on the environment. LED lighting is standard throughout while gym-quality changing facilities, 60 secure cycle places and a dedicated bicycle elevator make cycling a viable option for anyone working in the building.
The building also benefits from four-pipe fan coil air conditioning which offers far more control over the internal temperate of specific areas.
5 Harcourt Road is adjacent to some of Dublin’s most renowned hotels, restaurants, parks and shopping areas. World-famous names such as the Shelbourne Hotel, St Stephen’s Green and Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud are within an easy stroll.
The building is equally well served by its transport links. Dublin’s tram system – the Luas – is just a one minute walk while bus, taxi and airport shuttles are only a couple of minutes away.
And in such a district, it’s not surprising that many world-renowned accountancy, legal and tech firms have chosen to locate their principal Irish offices nearby.
5 Harcourt Road has introduced new standards of architectural quality, sustainability and flexibility
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