Microsoft Ireland’s brand new campus headquarters creates an unrivalled workplace for the Dublin-based team, with views of the mountains and race & golf courses, technology embedded throughout the building, state-of-the-art gym and exercise spaces, a range of cuisine at bespoke designed restaurants, and rooftop terraces.
The new building ranges between 4 – 5 storeys over 2 levels of undercroft basement. Office accommodation is provided on all floors, with ancillary staff facilities including WCs, canteens, and storage areas.
Basement levels provide 215 car parking spaces, 24 motorcycle spaces, 220 spaces for bicycle parking, staff gym/leisure centre with changing/shower/toilet areas, ESB sub-station, services and plant areas, waste management areas, deliveries, and storage areas.
The roof level includes additional plant and services and ‘green roof’ covering. At surface level, 343 car parking spaces are provided for staff and visitors plus drop-off area with short-stay parking. Circulation routes and landscaped open spaces are extensively ustilised across the site to maximise opportunities for activity and amenity.
The new campus is proving a significant attraction for people who are looking for an airy and modern workplace of the future which facilitates their desire to be close to open spaces while retaining easy access to the city centre, sea and mountains through a range of public transport links.
RTÉ News: Microsoft's €134m campus opens in Dublin
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