Bottleworks, Barrow Street, Dublin 4
Hi-tech Enterprise & Innovation Building
Jones Investments’s latest project, The Bottleworks, at Barrow Street, Dublin 4 is progressing steadily, following the temporary halting of construction due to to the global Covid-19 pandemic. It is now all systems go again. Take a look at our Gallery for our most current aerial and on-site shots! This hi-tech enterprise and innovation building, set in a co-working environment has been designed by Henry J. Lyons Architects. Following the demolition of the old warehouse, Sisk have been appointed as builders and construction is progressing well. The completed industrial-style building will be part of the cluster that already exists in the Silicon Docks and Barrow Street for technology companies. It will offer on-trend communal facilities for about 250 people, with shared work areas, meeting rooms and break-out spaces. Flexibility will be a key component in the finished facility, due for completion in 2020.
Contact Kellie O’Brien or Roland O’Connell at Savills for Letting Information.
Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, D02 CP04.
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A brief background to the project:
Jones Investments, the property development group headed by Chris Jones, will spend €10m building a hi-tech enterprise hub on Barrow Street in Dublin, close to the European headquarters of Google. The project will involve the demolition of a warehouse at 15 Barrow Street, and replacing it with the “enterprise and innovation building” aimed at technology, media and telecoms tenants. While it will be similar to flexible office space offered by companies including WeWork and Iconic Offices, it is understood Jones will consider letting the entire building to a single tenant, which would then run it as an enterprise centre. Jones bought the low-rise Barrow Street warehouse after it was put on the market for €2m in 2016. The developer initially sought permission for a 3,800 sq m building with five floors over a double basement. After some local objections and consultation with Dublin city council, it reduced the building by one floor and modified some other aspects of the building. Final planning permission was granted by the council in December and the decision was not appealed to An Bord Pleanala. The revised building will be 3,250 sq m in gross floor area. Commercial estate agents have forecast rents for prime office space will reach €700 per sq m this year.
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