Hynes Building, St Augustine Street, GalwayPOA To Rent 3,517.00 sqm approx
* Prime City Centre Location
* Excellent Fitted Office Accommodation
* Open Plan and cellular offices
* Excellent Staff Facilities
* Highly Efficient and regular shaped Floor Plates
MetLife occupy three floors of the Hynes Building and MetLife offices has undergone a major refurbishment to provide high end office accommodation and facilities. The offices are accessed by a designed lobby off Augustine Street and has 2 eight person passenger lifts to all floors. Completed in 2017, it has been finished to the highest standards on 1st and 2nd floor and provides for an excellent working environment. The office accommodation is open plan for the majority and incorporates a number of modern offices, boardroom, canteen, comms room and collaboration booths with full air conditioning throughout.
Additionally, the building includes several interior courtyard areas access via the first floor. These courtyard gardens are an excellent recreation and breakout area for staff and also provide additional natural light to the office.
Hynes Building is strategically located in the heart of Galway City Centre at the southwest of Eyre Square. It occupies a high profile location only a short walking distance from Shop Street which is Galway’s busiest street. Access to the property is via St. Augustine Street, there is also an entrance from Merchants Road. The property is adjacent to Galway City Library. This area is considered one of Galway’s prime office locations and other occupiers in the vicinity are the newly built Bonham Quay office campus, The Eyre Square Centre and Mayoralty House.
Galway and the West region have been continuously endorsed by global brands in Life Sciences, Software Development, Telecommunications and the Games industries. These knowledge-intensive companies are drawn to the area due to the skilled, multilingual workforce and local expertise in Business, Science, Engineering and Management.
Galway is the largest city in the West of Ireland, the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland after Dublin and Cork and has a population of 79,934, a 5.3% growth in the last five years, with a combined population for Galway City and County of 258,058 (Census 2016). Galway has two major third level institutions; National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) and Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), which, together in Galway city, have a total student population of approximately 28,000