A landmark waterside location
Enjoy the best of urban life at Six Hanover Quay, luxurious contemporary apartments in a landmark building with a unique high-profile identity on the Dockland waterfront in Dublin’s newest urban quarter. Situated in one of the most distinctive and exciting new pieces of architecture in the city, each apartment is packed with energy-efficient features such as an A3 rating and heat recovery, underfloor heating, and a central service room with an integrated washer/dryer.
At street level, a spacious glazed south-facing restaurant opens onto to Hanover Quay, while an airy coffee shop with outdoor street seating terrace is located on the west corner. A private residents’ gym is situated on the first floor and features great views over Chocolate Park, while a large landscaped, glazed and walled residents’ garden and terrace are located above at roof level.
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