Redeveloped by Ronan Group, the Treasury Building is a landmark six-storey Grade A office building that previously housed Boland’s Bakery. This historic building was occupied by Éamon de Valera, later President of Ireland, during the 1916 Easter Rising.
Following its purchase in 1984, a major redevelopment saw the building stripped back to its concrete framed structure and reimagined for a new commercial future with the first 20,000 sq ft floorplates ever delivered in the Irish market.
The exterior exudes authority with red brick mixed with Art Deco detailing, while the interiors impress with a full height marble-clad atrium lobby with commanding waterfall feature.
The Treasury Building was the headquarters of the Irish government’s National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) for many years. Google bought this prime office building from Ronan Group for €120 million in early 2020 to further expand their Silicon Docks campus.