3011 Lake Drive Citywest Dublin 24POA To Let 4,830.96 sqm approx
Available Q3 2020
Total area 52,785 sqft
3.2m floor to ceiling
4 Pipe fan coil A/C units
Platinum Leed Rating
1:8 base occupancy
3011 Lake Drive is a prestigious proposed office development that truly lies at the heart of Citywest’s busy, everexpanding campus.
3009 Lake Drive is the latest office development on the campus, planned in two blocks totalling over 115,000 sq.ft. when combined with 3011, that overlook the iconic Pool of Tara lake. There is approval in place to link these two blocks together, if required. Davy Hickey have a proven track record of working with tenants to accommodate the current and future needs of their business.
These corporate headquarters are well designed to create a sense of space, with spectacular views of the renowned campus landscaping and beyond, and offer maximum flexibility with a central core finished to the highest specifications, offering state of the art facilities for its new occupier. These offices are designed to be finished to a LEED Platinum and BER A3 rating.
Accessibility was a priority for Citywest from the start, so there has always been ample parking for as many people as ever might need it
The campus has multiple access points and is strategically located on the high-profile Naas Road (N7), which provides immediate access to the rest of the country via a well-developed road network. Dublin’s orbital motorway, the M50, is only a few minutes’ drive away providing easy access to Dublin Airport.
Citywest also hosts the National Digital Park, the landing point for the transatlantic fibre cable. Multiple Telecom providers operate within the campus on the resilient basis, to provide choice and enhanced connectivity for tenants. The buildings on Lake Drive have access to a 24-way telecommunication ducting system, as well as on campus connectivity to the T50 and transatlantic fibre network.
Citywest is a genuine transport hub for commuters. Connectivity to commuter locations is provided by the many bus routes that pass or terminate at the campus. In addition, the Luas tram line – which connects directly to the IFSC - was recently extended to Citywest, thanks to Davy Hickey’s own investment.
A complimentary shuttle bus service runs from the Luas stop around the campus during peak hours.
Campus Management is also active in continuing to improve accessibility with ongoing car and bike initiatives.
The importance of providing a secure and safe environment for occupiers is evident by the 24-hour security presence and extensive CCTV network throughout the campus.