• Leopardstown lies to the east of the greater Dublin area and sits at the foot of the Dublin Mountains. It is in the Dublin 18 district in the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown area, approximately 8km from the city centre. It is a primarily residential town and is bordered by places such as Sandyford, Stepaside, Foxrock and Stillorgan. 

  • While Leopardstown is an important residential area, it is also a vital business hub for Dublin, with many business parks located here. One of the biggest business parks is Central Park, which houses the offices of giants such as Vodafone, Merrill Lynch and Volkswagen Bank. 

  • People seek offices to rent in Leopardstown for its excellent transport links to the city and the more competitive pricing of desks compared to those in the city centre.

  • Many of our serviced offices in Leopardstown are located around the Sandyford Business Estate. Here you will find professional private offices with spaces for single-person companies as well as teams of over 50 people. You will get to enjoy meeting rooms, onsite parking and, in some spaces, an internal courtyard, perfect for taking a well-deserved break from your desk. 

  • Leopardstown is close to the city centre and served by many excellent transport links, making your commute to your office space in Leopardstown an absolute breeze. The area is serviced by the Luas Green Line on the stops Central Park, Glencairn, The Gallops, Leopardstown Valley and Ballyogan Wood. Here you can catch a Luas and be in the city in just a few minutes. You can also hop on the bus, with numerous Dublin Bus routes servicing the area. 

  • If you are planning to drive to your serviced office in Leopardstown, it’s only a quick journey down the M50, which you can also use to access Dublin Airport.

  • Perhaps you want to leave your car at home while you travel, so you can also make use of the Aircoach route 700, which will take you from Leopardstown to Dublin Airport. 

  • Did you know that Leopardstown means Town of the Lepers? In medieval times, people with leprosy were kept outside the city to reduce the risk of infecting others. A leper hospital was built in the area we now know today as Leopardstown. The more you know, eh?

  • An important building in the area is Glencairn House, which functions as the residence of the British Ambassador to Ireland. If you rent office space in Leopardstown, you will be rubbing shoulders with some pretty important people. The area is also home to the famous Leopardstown Racecourse, which is the second most important racecourse in Ireland after the Curragh.

  • If you are searching for your morning caffeine hit on your way to work, we recommend trying The Art of Coffee or Munchies. For a lunchtime feed, try Freshii or Pizzicato. For something a little more substantial in the evening, we love Baan Thai Leopardstown, Bistro One Restaurant and China Sichuan. We also recommend trying out a few local pubs with your colleagues after work some time. Our favourites in the area are The Leopardstown Inn, Byrnes of Galloping Green and Sandyford House.

  • For somewhere to rest your head for an evening, either for you or for a client who has been visiting your office space in Leopardstown, we suggest you give Clayton Hotel Leopardstown, The Beacon Hotel or IMI Residence (Dundrum Hotel).

  • Leopardstown is also a wonderful place to live, with many young families calling the area home. There are wonderful schools, pre-schools and childcare facilities in the area.

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