Sandyford Business Park is a highly successful and established business district in the heart of the South Dublin suburbs, approximately 9km from Dublin City Centre. The area is widely regarded as the premier suburban office location in Dublin.
Sandyford benefits from prime public transport links with its own Luas stop (5-minute walk) that takes passengers direct to St. Stephen’s Green within 25 minutes. It is also easily accessible by car, with the M50
Junction 13 interchange immediately to the south providing access to a host of national arterial routes and Dublin Airport in circa 30 minutes. In addition, there are numerous Dublin Bus routes that serve Sandyford which connect to the City Centre and surrounding suburbs, as well as an Aircoach link direct to Dublin Airport.
The location is characterised by several largescale office developments such as Central Park, Beacon Court, Beacon South Quarter, The Atrium, Trigon House and One South County. Many of the country’s largest office occupiers have chosen Sandyford as their preferred location due to its location and transport links. These occupiers include; Microsoft, Google, Salesforce, Bank of America, Bayer and Vodafone.
Designed by architects Duffy Mitchell O'Donoghue, Q House is a development of high-quality own door office units. The total development is approximately 9,200 sq.m. (100,000 sq.ft.) and is contained in a six-storey building designed around a central landscaped courtyard. The building incorporates sharp architectural design and includes large elements of glass and natural stone which combine to create a striking modern building. The development also allows for a generous entrance, manned reception and large common lift lobbies on all floors.
Suite 406 is situated on the fourth floor and extends to approximately 418 sq.m. (4,500 sq.ft.) on a gross internal basis.