Capital Dock has something for everyone: attractive to office teams, locals and tourists alike it will be a constant hub of commercial activity.
Prime retail space extending to 26,425 sq ft will be frequented daily by the catchment area's 20,000-strong international workforce and affluent local residential community.
Occupying a prime riverfront location and featuring Ireland’s tallest building, the campus is a dramatic new Docklands destination – a neighbourhood, workplace and social space combined.
Home to 190 luxury apartments and headquarters to several world leading firms, this affluent and bustling quarter will be an ideal environment for retail and restaurants to prosper. A broad new street, spacious public square, inviting parkland and waterside promenades provide attractive spaces for terrace life and outdoor socialising.
You have a variety of opportunities from which to choose: from a double-height riverfront store to a standalone sculptural pavilion, campus amenities extend over nine venues – five for retail, four for F&B.
The Quarterdeck’s sculptural form and vivid colour make it a stand-out building on the South Docklands. Inspired by the area’s maritime heritage, this eye-catching pavilion creates a dramatic restaurant setting at the entrance locks to the Grand Canal.
The building’s distinctive, ship-like structure, outdoor deck and vibrant red finish create a seafaring feel that promises a unique dining experience. Inside, over two open plan floors, full-height glazing bathes the dining areas in light, animation and views from the square through to the waterways.
The Quarterdeck can function as a standalone flagship restaurant or accommodate two individual restaurants, one with a rooftop terrace.