Waystone to relocate its Dublin headquarters to a new flagship location as it continues its expansion

      Waystone is pleased to announce that it will relocate to new Dublin headquarters following its agreement to lease 52,000 sq ft of workspace at 35 Shelbourne Road, Dublin 4.

      Waystone will take 4 floors of the flagship building in order to accommodate its 600 strong Dublin workforce based in the city and expects to occupy the building in Q4 2022.

      The new, contemporary office space offers a bright and vibrant working environment with excellent connectivity and a location in the centre of Dublin’s on-trend business quarter, benefitting both Waystone employees and its client base. The energy efficient, nZEB building design will meet the needs of a growing employee base, enhancing integration and collaboration and providing an agile and state-of-the-art working environment.

      The move marks an important milestone for Waystone and is prompted by the recent swell in headcount following its recent agreements with both KB Associates and Centaur Fund Services to come together to create Europe’s leading management company offering. Following these latest agreements Waystone’s Ireland operation will have a presence across three locations; Dublin, Cashel and Maynooth with 200 and 50 staff respectively.

      Waystone Global COO, Paul Cahill comments, “Our decision to relocate our Dublin headquarters is a response to our recent growth and our desire for a collaborative and technically-advanced space that will excite and inspire our people. 35 Shelbourne Road is a development that fits well with our culture and has the benefit of being flexible enough to adapt to our future needs.”


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