IPUT get green light to convert former tropical fruit warehouse into offices

Tropical Fruit Warehouse IPUT

Irish fund IPUT has secured planning permission to redevelop 30 - 32 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin from a warehouse building into a 70,000 sq ft office-led mixed-use scheme.

The historic building, which was originally used for the importation of tropical fruit into Ireland, sits on the Dublin waterfront facing the Samuel Beckett bridge. IPUT’s new proposals will deliver more than 70,000 sq ft of offices including a six-storey office block and a converted original warehouse containing two office floors alongside the protected structure. There will also be significant investment in the public realm, creating a pedestrian connection to Whitaker Square from the River Liffey which will include café and an artist’s studio at street level.

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