Location: Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin
Architect: O' Mahony Pike
21st century city living - Capital Dock is a city centre location bounded on three sides by canal and riverside promenades, the layout of this strategic urban quarter has been carefully considered to create a development of distinction, with a variety of high quality public spaces and exemplary building designs. The buildings are designed as strong, simple forms, taking reference from the traditional industrial architecture of the docklands. Their simple geometry and robust materiality are concerned with permanence and timelessness. A landmark building forms the centre piece of the development extending to over 23 floors above ground. Upon completion the 22-storey mixed-use tower became the tallest storeyed building in the Republic of Ireland, and the third tallest on the island of Ireland.
Located on the peninsula that separates Grand Canal Dock from the River Liffey, Capital Dock Residence graces the Dublin skyline, soaring above Docklands, the city’s most dynamic, cosmopolitan neighbourhood. Dublin Docklands brims with history, culture, entertainment and energy. Independent stores, markets, theatres, cafés and bars fill its maritime streets. A short walk or taxi ride takes you to the very heart of the capital where even more shopping, entertainment and cultural opportunities await.