US-based real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson and its equity partners have reached a new milestone with the completion of Capital Dock, one of the largest mixed-use developments ever created in Ireland.
The 22-storey development in Dublin’s South Docklands spans 4.8 acres, providing over 690,000 sq ft (64,000 m2) of new mixed-use space, including offices, retail and multifamily units, as well as more than 1.5 acres of public park space.
JP Morgan and jobs site Indeed have committed to occupy all of the available office space, and are preparing their new offices for occupancy in 2019.
Beginning in January 2019, the tower's 190 multifamily units will be available to rent, with five-star resident amenities.
'We are so proud of what the team has accomplished here in Dublin at Capital Dock with what’s been our largest scale development to date, and to deliver high-quality residences within such a vibrant market,' said William McMorrow, chairman and CEO of Kennedy Wilson. 'When we began conceptualising Capital Dock years ago, we envisioned creating a new heart for the Docklands that brought people together in modern work spaces and beautiful outdoor areas, while raising the bar for residential rentals. To see the area come to life and our vision come to fruition is incredibly satisfying and reinforces the exciting future of the Docklands and the greater Dublin market.'
Kennedy Wilson and an equity partner took direct ownership of the site in mid-2013.