Henderson Park offers best-in-class office space in south Dublin for €35 per sq ft

76,000sq ft of grade A accommodation on offer in Building G at Central Park campus

Companies looking to locate their operations within a best-in-class and cost-effective office space may be interested in the latest offering from Henderson Park in south Dublin.

Following the completion of a major programme of investment which it carried out in conjunction with its architects, Henry J Lyons, the UK-headquartered property company is seeking occupiers for the fifth, sixth and seventh floors of Building G at the landmark Central Park campus in Leopardstown.

Some 7,060sq m (76,000sq ft) of grade A office accommodation is available to rent in flexible floor plates ranging in size from 2,230sq m to 2,415sq m (24,000sq ft to 26,000sq ft), together with 75 car-parking spaces at basement level. The joint letting agents Knight Frank and CBRE are quoting a rent of €35 per sq ft, which is significantly less than the headline rents of €57.50 to €60 per sq ft being negotiated currently in Dublin’s traditional central business district and docklands area.

Building G Central Park boasts 360-degree views of Dublin city and the Dublin Mountains with the seventh floor benefitting from a 132sq m (1,425sq ft) terrace. The property comes with a new Cat A office finish including four pipe fan coil air conditioning, LED lighting and metal suspended ceiling tiles, together with fully upgraded toilets and common areas.


Incoming tenants will also be able to avail of the building’s shower and changing facilities and lockers, along with the break-out spaces and waiting areas within its redesigned atrium. Henderson Park also offers a programme of onsite initiatives aimed at promoting work-life balance among the scheme’s occupiers.

‘Invested significantly’

While Building G already serves as a base for several leading corporates such as Mainstream Technologies, Market Star Europe, Sage and Salesforce, the wider Central Park campus is home to an array of occupiers including Vodafone, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Google, Allied Irish Banks, Ulster Bank, LeasePlan, Reinsurance Group of America and Genesis Aviation.

Jim O’Reilly, director at joint letting agent Knight Frank, says: “There is a significant focus on health and wellbeing within Central Park. In addition to providing best-in-class office buildings, Henderson Park have invested significantly elsewhere within the campus with a recently upgraded landscaped boulevard and a planned 1 acre park. There is a huge focus on the customer, their staff and their wellbeing.”

Alan Moran, director at CBRE, adds: “Central Park is one of the most accessible office campuses in the country, with its own Luas tram stop, dedicated feeder bus services to Dublin city centre and Blackrock Dart station, Aircoach services and range of other transport connections.”

Ronald Quinlan

Ronald Quinlan

Ronald Quinlan is Property Editor of The Irish Times