Clancourt seeks tenants for remodelled space at One Park Place

First and seventh floors of Hatch St scheme comprise 41,400sq ft of grade A offices

With a flight to quality emerging as a key trend in the post-pandemic office market, agent Knight Frank expects to see strong interest from prospective occupiers in the newly remodelled space on offer from the Clancourt Group at One Park Place on Upper Hatch Street, Dublin 2.

Some 3,860sq m (41,400sq ft) of grade A office accommodation is available to let immediately across the first (1,760sq m/18,900 sq ft) and seventh floors (2,100sq m/22,500sq ft) following the completion of a comprehensive works programme involving the remodelling of the building’s two receptions, atrium, lobbies and W/C facilities, and the installation of 19 clubhouse -quality showers, a drying room and parking for 340 bicycles. The first-floor office space comes with 180 workstations in place, providing the incoming tenant with a significant saving on their fit-out costs.

Occupiers will have the ability to cycle to work, stroll through the Iveagh Gardens at lunchtime, or take a class with the personal trainer located in the adjoining Vaults at Park Place. The Vaults also has a range of food and beverage outlets including Zambrero, Mortons, Café Nerro and Tir Deli.

One Park Place is well located adjacent to the Harcourt Street Luas green line stop and within a short walk of a number of Dublin Bus route stops and the Aircoach service to Dublin Airport. There are a number of Dublin Bikes stations nearby, the closest of which is located opposite the building.


One Park Place forms part of the wider Park Place scheme which is home to a number of leading corporates including Gartner, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Slack, Aviva, KPMG and IDA Ireland.

In addition to One Park Place, Clancourt is involved in the construction of the next phase of development known as Four & Five Park Place. Upon completion, this portion of the scheme will comprise 18,301sq m (197,000sq ft) of office space in a landmark headquarter building. The group also has a number of other development sites within the immediate locality.

Ronald Quinlan

Ronald Quinlan

Ronald Quinlan is Property Editor of The Irish Times