Tenants sought for Leeson Street Georgian with ultra-modern makeover


A classic Georgian building on Dublin’s Leeson Street will appeal to potential occupiers looking for a sense of history combined with an ultra-modern sustainable office design.

Investor Aviva has embarked on a substantial redevelopment of 18 Leeson Street, which will keep the classic facade synonymous with the area, while upgrading behind it into an ultra-modern office interior.

Formerly occupied by the Office of the Ombudsman, the building is being extensively redeveloped by main contractors Graham, while the re-design is being undertaken by McCauley Daye O’Connell Architects. Once complete the building will provide 2,276sq m (24,500sq ft) of grade A office space over five floors, with floors ranging in size from 409sq m (4,400sq ft) to 511sq m (5,500sq ft). It is scheduled to be completed by March 2022 and is being marketed by agents Knight Frank and JLL, who are quoting a rent of €60sq ft.

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