Glenageary is a suburb of County Dublin. It is surrounded by the towns of Dalkey, Dún Laoghaire, Glasthule, Johnstown, Killiney and Sallynoggin. It is part of the Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown area and lies about 13 kilometres south-east of the city centre.
When searching for office spaces in Glenageary, you will find a lot of period townhouses that have been lovingly converted and restored into professional offices, as well as modern new-builds.
Serviced offices in Glenageary benefit from all of the amenities of a city centre location, without the city centre price tag.
However, it is not just the prices that have people looking for offices to rent in Glenageary. The superb location, proximity to Dublin, transport links and residential options make for an excellent location for your business’ office.
Dublin Bus offers two services that run through Glenageary and bring passengers into the city centre: route 7, which runs every half an hour, and route 59, which runs every hour. Glenageary also has rail access, offering a service to Greystones to the south, and through the city to Howth and Malahide to the north.
Popular with local residents and workers alike, excellent lunchtime spots in the area include Hatch Coffee and The Cookbook Cafe. For some after-work dinner, we recommend Odell’s Bistro, Carluccio’s Glasthule and Rasam Restaurant. If you are in need of some team-bonding, you can’t go wrong with a few drinks at The Dalkey Duck, Fitzgeralds of Sandycove or Eagle House. However, as you are so close to the city centre, why not enjoy all of the joys of the city centre nightlife as well and jump on the Dart into the city?
To take in the sights and sounds of the surrounding areas, take a visit to Bullock Harbour, Joyce’s Tower or Sandycove Castle.