Join a thriving community in Dublin’s newest rental neighbourhood

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Published on October 30th, 2020 |
by Raychel O’Connell





Located close to the Convention Centre, Silicon Docks and the IFSC Quayside Quarter is an exceptional development of stylish and modern apartments. Residents can choose between furnished or unfurnished homes which are available in a range of sizes. Imagine rooms filled with natural light from floor to ceiling windows and a private balcony where you can sit and enjoy views of the River Liffey. Their team is there to help at every stage of the process by offering virtual viewings and contracts, while also welcoming you into all community activities once you’re moved it.

With Quayside Quarter you get more than just an apartment. Your living space extends beyond your front door. Work out to your own beat at the on-site gym, work from private meeting rooms and co-working spaces or take some downtime in the lounge areas. When you move into Quayside Quarter you gain an instant community, with activities regularly arranged for all the residents. The in-house team have also adapted to these times by creating virtual events and special surprises regularly arranged for guests.

Donal Ashe, Community Manager at Quayside Quarter said; “The team in Quayside Quarter started leasing our first phase of apartments earlier this year, with our first residents moving into their homes in January 2020. With the onset of COVID and the restrictions that followed, we were fortunate to be well placed for such a move as our online platform enabled a potential resident to view, apply and ultimately sign a lease electronically. We’ve also moved from physical resident events to an online experience focusing on wellbeing, which ensured residents continued to feel engaged and in touch with our team during this time. Virtual coffee’s, quiz’s and regular Microsoft Teams meetings have ensured staff morale has remained high too.

There is no doubt COVID has presented a challenge to our team, but we have been able to adapt quickly, leveraging the experience of our Greystar colleagues across Europe and the US to ensure the safety and happiness of our residents. As restrictions began to ease, we’ve found our amenities have proven extremely popular with residents. The lounge and co-working space, as well as the onsite gym are proving particularly important as people transition to working from home more frequently.”

Living in Quayside Quarter has been a fantastic experience from the start. The facilities are amazing, with a beautiful courtyard and fully kitted out gym among other things. All of the staff are helpful, approachable and most importantly friendly! The team here have made Quayside Quarter into a community more than just a rented apartment which has been amazing.

– Ailish, QQ Resident

Quayside Quarter sits in the heart of these Docklands, a thriving centre for commerce, a hub for innovation, world leading technology and financial institutions. Already home to well known companies, including WeWork, The Central Bank of Ireland and the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA). Located on North Wall Quay, Quayside Quarter is the residential part of Dublin Landings an area destined to bring a renewed sense of energy to the North Docklands. Conveniently located only 5 minutes away from Docklands rapid rail station (DART) and right next to Spencer Dock light rail station (LUAS).

The on-site team operated uninterruptedly even during the most challenging times of a lockdown. Moreover, the team helped us to keep our spirits high by sharing weekly treats over the period of several weeks in the summer. Those treats were creative and relevant. The team has been working hard to bring our community together (while staying apart) that is especially important in these uncertain times. 

Valentina, QQ Resident

On top of all this, there’s also parking available, secure bike storage, a concierge service, landscaped gardens and a postal room with secure parcel storage. Click here to find out more or to book a private or virtual viewing.



















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