Central Bank Commences Marketing of Lease of Upper Floors in Mayor Street Building

14 May 2021 Press Release

Central Bank of Ireland

The Central Bank of Ireland has commenced marketing of the lease of the top three floors in its new Mayor Street building in association with property agents Lisney.

This forms part of the Central Bank’s long-term accommodation strategy. In order to ensure that the accommodation needs of an increasingly complex Central Bank are met, the Central Bank is selling its Spencer Dock building and creating an integrated campus between its building in North Wall Quay and the lower floors (1-3) of its Mayor Street building. The Central Bank has also ceased leasing offices in Blackhall Place, which were used for Inquiry Hearings. These will in future be held in Mayor Street.

Notes to Editor

In November 2018, the Central Bank announced plans to purchase Dublin Landings DL4/5. This acquisition will secure the organisation’s long-term accommodation needs.

In November 2020, the Central Bank announced its intention to sell its premises at Block R, Spencer Dock, Dublin 1.

Further information on the Central Bank’s Dockland Campus is available on its website