One Le Pole Square, Ship St, Dublin 2

The regeneration of this site forms the basis of a significant urban renewal scheme in one of the most archaeologically sensitive areas of Dublin’s medieval city. A new pedestrian street will link Chancery Lane and Ship Street Great; on this route a new civic square will be created over the remains of the 7th-century St. Michael Le Pole church.

Located on Ship Street Great, this office and Convention Centre building and its eponymous square create a new destination at the heart of medieval Dublin.

The office development includes a convention centre for 900 persons, cultural uses and retail units facing onto Ship Street, Chancery Lane and the new Le Pole Square.

The overall project comprised of  first class office development of 10,521 sq. m with NZEB standards. The glazed façade reveals six storeys of Grade A offices set over a foyer and two-storey basement. Sustainability is at the heart of this A2 energy efficient new building. Flexible floorplates, a double height reception together with private rooftop terraces and gardens set the stage for a workplace of the future.

  • Area

    10,521 m² ( 113,250 ft² )

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