Trinity Point offers grade-A office space with green credentials at €60 per sq ft

South Leinster Street building has a prime location next to TCD and National Gallery

Companies looking to base their operations in a key Dublin city centre location while meeting their environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals may be interested in the opportunity presented by the offices at Trinity Point.

Situated in a prime position at 10/11 South Leinster Street, the subject property is one of just a small number of third-generation sustainable office schemes available in the city’s central business district. The building overlooks Trinity College Dublin and sits adjacent to both the National Gallery of Ireland and Dáil Éireann on nearby Kildare Street.

Agent Cushman & Wakefield is quoting a rent of €646 per sq m (€60 per sq ft) on new flexible lease terms for the office accommodation on the first and second floors of the building and €4,000 per car-parking space.

The modern, predominantly open-plan space comprises some 1,660sq m (17,900sq ft) of grade A offices across both floors and is also available on a floor-by-floor basis offering occupiers the flexibility of leasing 827sq m (8,900sq ft). Generous on-site bike storage and shower facilities are also available to occupiers as part of the package.


Commenting on the office accommodation, Patrick Kiersey of Cushman & Wakefield said: “Trinity Point is one of only a few third-generation, sustainable office buildings developed in Dublin’s central business district to a specification incorporating a twin-skin façade. The building’s design offers occupiers the combination of both natural ventilation and mechanical air conditioning, thereby reducing overall energy costs and enhancing the work environment for occupiers.”

Trinity Point is just a five-minute walk from St Stephen’s Green, Dawson Street and Grafton Street. The subject property benefits from unrivalled public transport links, with the Dart, Luas, and numerous Dublin Bus routes all to be found within close proximity to its entrance.

Ronald Quinlan

Ronald Quinlan

Ronald Quinlan is Property Editor of The Irish Times