10 Molesworth Street
A subtle landmark office building in the heart of Dublin’s business and cultural life.
The site is located on the corner of Molesworth Street and South Frederick Street and forms part of the vista which terminates with Leinster House. This new development has been designed to reflect its prestigious environment and the rich heritage of the surrounding area. this prominent building creates superb new modern Grade A office space with generous roof terraces and private gardens.
Responding sensitively to the historic context.
The design combines contemporary architecture with superior craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail to produce a unique building finished to exceptionally high standards. The striking double height entrance is framed in Portland stone and bronze detailing. The elevations are finished in a combination of handmade Coleford brick, Portland stone and full height, floor-to-ceiling windows incorporating finely honed stone fins. The new building has been carefully composed to respond sensitively to the rhythm, texture and variety of the historic context.
With the capacity to accommodate 1,500 employees.
The scheme creates an economically viable and highly sustainable building which improves the appearance and strengthens the civic nature of this important streetscape. Achieving a leed platinum rating 10 Molesworth Street incorporates a flexible, sustainable building plan that emphasises efficiency, ensuring the building occupiers can minimize both operationsal costs and environmental impact.
A natural advantage.
The private landscaped gardens provide a unique amenity in the heart of Dublin 2. The southerly aspect of the gardens are complemented by an elegant lawn and sunken garden that offers occupiers of the building a peaceful space removed from the bustle of the city.
5,500 sq ft of stone-paved terraces on the fourth and fifth floors provide a unique outdoor amenity with unrivalled views towards Leinster House, Government Buildings, the Mansion House and further around the city.
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