25 North Wall Quay is being designed to be Ireland’s most sustainable office building

The transformation of North Wall Quay will provide a bespoke, world class 155,000 sq ft waterfront building which A&L Goodbody will reoccupy for many years to come.

A&L Goodbody has occupied North Wall Quay as its corporate headquarters since 2000 and has a long-standing relationship with IPUT.

The redevelopment of 25 North Wall Quay encapsulates IPUT’s proactive approach to continually improve the quality of the portfolio by repositioning and regenerating buildings to ensure they facilitate the business needs of our occupiers.

IPUT will retain the existing structure and increase the size of the building by 35% to 155,000 sq ft, adding two new floors together with landscaped terraces offering panoramic views of the city. The building will offer a new glazed façade, double height entrance, expansive reception area, new atrium to encourage collaboration and an entirely new client floor at penthouse level. Focused on sustainable transport and workforce well-being, the building will include electric car charging stations, 200 bicycle spaces, 200 lockers, a fitness room and changing facilities.

Location

North Wall Quay, Dublin 1

Size

155,000 sq ft

Acquired

2013

Tenancies

A&L Goodbody Solicitors

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Two levels of landscaped terraces provide unique panoramic views over the River Liffey.

NWQ will set the benchmark for sustainability, designed to deliver a world leading standard as IPUT’s first Net Zero Carbon (NZC) office building. The building is low carbon in design and highly energy efficient in operation. The transformation of this building is consistent with IPUT’s responsible investment strategy and aligns with our 2030 pathway to net zero carbon.

The re-development of NWQ is expected to commence in 2022 and is due for completion in 2024. During the re-development period, IPUT will accommodate A&L Goodbody within our existing portfolio, across four floors at our nearby offices at No. 3 Dublin Landings.

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Our office in the IFSC has been our home for over 20 years. In that time we have quadrupled in size. We now have the unique opportunity to rebuild our home for the future – for our clients, for our people and for the community we work in. It will facilitate our ambitious growth plans and will allow us to develop a new way of working – a more agile way of working – driving our business forward for the next 20 years. We’re delighted to be working alongside IPUT, our client for over 50 years, in creating a best in class building that supports our broader sustainability goals.
David Widger, Managing Partner at ALG
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Reduction in potential embodied carbon emissions
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Renewable electricity procured and generated on site to power the building
Clean tech
Clean technology used during construction to reduce site emissions
All electric
All-electric strategy with heating, cooling and hot water provided by heat pumps
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Target certification

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IPUT contact
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Michael Clarke
Chief Investment Officer
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