Panoramic views of the city from 15th floor
The EXO Building marks the pinnacle of construction capability and bold decision-making. Form and function are combined in perfect proportions to ensure a strong impression is made on all who interact with it, whether that's working in it or gazing at it from afar.The EXO Building has been designed to target a Building Energy Rating of A3 and LEED Gold certification and Wired Certified Platinum.
Spectacular views from 8th floor roof garden
For everyone arriving into the city centre via the Port Tunnel, this will be the first building they see. And what an impression it will make!
Close to all the city's main roads and the important M50 motorway, well served with frequent, reliable public transport and just 15 minutes from Dublin's International Airport.Designed to impress, to be noticed, to endure, the EXO is the one that future buildings will be measured against.Built with strength, beauty and sustainability in mind.The EXO is equally impressive inside, with its high-spec finish, high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and stunning, panoramic views.
Designed to impress, to be noticed, to endure, the EXO is the one that future buildings will be measured against.
Ease of access is one of the many reasons why Dublin's North Quays has become such a successful business district.Buses and trams pass every few minutes, linking the city centre and train stations. The nearby East Link Bridge provides a direct route to the city's southside.The M50 and Port Tunnel are close by, making all parts of Ireland easy to reach by road, and Dublin International Airport is just 15 minutes away. There are numerous Dublin Bike stations, and ample car parking spaces, plus 800 space public car park on site.
There's an almost tangible sense of excitement and possibility in the air as dynamic companies continue to make this area their home or regional headquarters.The EXO Building will be a striking new landmark for the city's revitalised north quays. As Dublin's tallest office structure, it will push the city's skyline to dramatic new heights, utterly changing the way Dublin is viewed.For everyone arriving into the city centre via the Port Tunnel, this will be the first building they see. And what an impression it will make!
Shay Cleary Architects
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