Iveagh Court, a landmark office and residential complex, occupies a central location at the junction of Harcourt Road and Charlemont Street in Dublin’s Central Business District. Block A was the first building to be developed in Iveagh Court, let to the Office of Public Works, it is currently occupied by the National Transport Authority.
Iveagh Court is a landmark mixed-use scheme incorporating office, retail and residential on a regenerated site of two acres at the junction of Harcourt Road and Charlemont Street in Dublin’s Central Business District.
Development commenced in 1998 and was completed in 2004. The developer, Alcove Properties, worked with a number of small owners of original holdings to develop an overall mixed use scheme of new and refurbished office accommodation (210,000sqft), 51 residential units, ground floor retail and a substantial underground car park. The development included the preservation and integration of a protected Georgian house No.72 Charlemont Street. Iveagh Court is featured in the book "Dublin A Celebration, from the 1st to the 21st Century", published in the millennium.
Located just minutes walk from St Stephens Green the development enjoys unparalleled access to all the facilities and amenities that the city has to offer and has excellent accessibility to the public transport network. Iveagh Court is the choice location of many leading international and domestic companies and institutions, including Mercer, Office of Public Works (OPW), Central Bank, Aon Hewitt, William Grant & Sons Distillers, CIMA, Skandia and several embassies to name but a few.