Over 39,000 people now work in the Docklands across the banking, financial, commercial law and other service sectors.
The Docklands is now viewed as an integral and vibrant part of the city, and will continue to be a major centre of employment for the coming years.
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Some of the recent movers to the Docklands...
McCann FitzGerald is one of several law firms to have located to the south Docklands area. It moved from its building in the IFSC to a state-of-the-art 118,360 sq ft office building on Sir John Rogerson's Quay where 475 staff are employed.
Google, which has its European headquarters at Barrow Street, continues to expand. it said it would boost employee numbers based at the facility to over 2000 through the next 18 months. Google is planning to lease an additional 100,000 sq ft of Docklands office space to facilitate this expansion.
On the north side of the River Liffey, PricewaterhouseCoopers at #1 Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay is now complete and the company's 2,000 staff are well settled into their new home. The firm has announced it will take an additional 35,000 sq ft of office space bringing its total accommodation in Docklands to 230,000 sq ft for 2,000 employees.
Matheson Ormsby Prentice
Leading Irish corporate law firm Matheson Ormsby Prentice are now located at their new offices at 70 Sir John Rogerson's Quay along Dublin's Docklands.
With over 133,000 sq ft of office space, Matheson Ormsby Prentice will now occupy the largest law firm offices in Ireland. In addition, the firm has options to expand this space to more than 175,000 sq ft over the course of the next ten years.
Other major Docklands tenants who have taken up residency…
The adjacent Longboat Quay is now home to the Irish Taxation Institute, FMB chartered accountants and Ashville Media with 100 employees.
On the quayside, the ESRI moved into its 20,000 sq ft offices at Whitaker Square where 90 people are employed.
Also joining the growing legal cluster in the south Docklands is Beauchamps Solicitors, with 125 people, moving to offices on Sir John Rogerson's Quay and also Mason Hayes Curran has opened its new 60,000 sq ft building at Barrow Street, where over 200 people are employed. They join Google and Coyle Hamilton Willis. Dillon Eustace, which has a staff of over 200, have also moved to Sir John Rogerson's Quay.
Belgian financial services company Fortis also took up residency in their new building incorporating 100,000 sq ft in space at Spencer Dock in 2007, Accenture moved into 1 Grand Canal Square