It contains 700,000 sq ft. of Grade A office and retail space.
After it secured development rights in Ireland last year, Singapore's property developer Oxley Holdings Ltd. officially launched its new docklands development in Dublin.
The project, named as Dublin Landings, will be jointly developed by Oxley and one of the largest privately-owned property groups in Europe, Ballymore Group.
It will comprise of 700,000 square feet of flexible Grade A office and retail space, and 273 luxury residential apartments.
Oxley's Executive Chairperson and CEO Ching Chiat Kwong noted that Dublin Landings is designed to be home to 5,500 people who will live and work in the area.
"Its prime location in the central business district caters well to the increasing demand from global financial institutions and other companies. Furthering our partnership with Ballymore, the project will tap into our partner’s local expertise and resources, and we are confident that Dublin Landings will be a success," Ching said.
More so, he said this is the group's second flagship project outside Asia after the Royal Wharf in London.
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