East Wharf Overview


MKN Property Group is an award-winning, privatelyowned property development company based in Dublin. First established in 1996 and spanning two generations, MKN has developed a stunning portfolio of premium residential and commercial developments in the capital.

MKN’s experience is reflected in the design and development of East Wharf which comprises of a 183 bedroom hotel, 105 apartments and one retail unit in three blocks ranging in height from 8 to 15 stories, on a landmark site at the entrance to the North Docklands.



A Unique Position

East Wharf is a brand new development located on the banks of the Tolka River in Dublin 3. Uniquely positioned in the bustling suburb of East Wall, adjacent to both Clontarf and North Docklands, this address offers residents both a long established sense of community as well as the close proximity of the city centre. In the immediate environs of East Wharf are the vibrant and much sought-after neighbourhoods of Fairview and Clontarf, filled with shops, cafes, parks and more besides.

Additionally, EastPoint Business Park, the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), Point Square, 3Arena, Convention Centre Dublin and Croke Park are all within walking distance.

EastPoint Business Park is a mere five minutes’ walk from East Wharf, set among 40 acres of landscaped greenery and home to a number of national, multi-national and Fortune 500 companies.

A short walk south of East Wharf puts you at the beginning of the Dublin Docklands area, a thriving centre for international enterprise and innovation, housing many of the Tech sector’s most prominent players including Salesforce, Google, Meta, LinkedIn, Twitter and TikTok, along with Ireland’s Central Bank, leading law firms and international financial institutions. Covering an impressive 520 ha/1,300 acres of the capital, there are over 40,000 people working and 26,000 living in the Docklands.


East Wharf is located within easy reach of the Dublin Docklands, International Financial Services Centre, Convention Centre Dublin (CCD), Croke Park and the 3Arena. Dublin’s Port Tunnel, located next to the East Wharf development, provides easy access to both Dublin Airport (12 km and 15 minutes) and Ireland’s motorway network.
The Dublin Docklands area has transformed into a recognised tech hub, with an international status attracting established global brands who include Salesforce, Yahoo, Meta, Google and TikTok. The part of the city extends to an area of approximately 520 ha/1300 acres with over 40,000 people working and 26,000 people living in the area.



East Wharf is excellently served by Dublin’s various modes of public transport. The local DART station, Clontarf Road is ten minutes’ walk away and from here, users can quickly connect with the greater Dublin area. The LUAS runs through the nearby IFSC and serves the city centre extremely well before stretching on towards South and West Dublin.

The quality bus corridor offers multiple route options and can be accessed on North Strand Road, a mere five minutes’ walk from East Wharf. O’Connell Street is thirty minutes away on foot and there is a dedicated cycle lane running from East Wharf all the way along the coast out to the scenic fishing village of Howth.

The Port Tunnel and East Link bridge are both less than five minutes’ drive from East Wharf, conveniently linking motorists with Dublin Airport, South County Dublin and all major road networks within a 10 minute drive.



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In The Neighbourhood


East Wall has enjoyed immense growth and development in recent decades and yet has famously maintained all of its original character and energy. The position of East Wharf puts an endless array of options on the resident’s doorstep regarding work, rest and play – and all within a short distance of home.

The closest neighbouring suburbs are Fairview, Marino and Clontarf, all less than ten minutes’ walk from East Wharf, each one offering up its own unique blend of retail, dining and ‘things-to-do’. The main thoroughfare joining Fairview and Marino presents on one side a variety of high-end amenities including grocery stores, fish-shops, a fruit and vegetable market, an art gallery, beauty salons and a number of cafes and eateries. Across the road is the stunning 20-hectare Fairview Park, which neighbours East Wharf.

Clontarf lies to the east of Fairview and Marino and is equidistant from East Wharf. There are some first-rate retail and dining options on offer here, including specialist butchers, wine merchant, fashion boutiques, bakeries and food stores. Clontarf also features West Wood private health and fitness club which has state-of-the-art gym and workout facilities including the only 50-metre swimming pool in the country.

Clontarf marks the beginning of a stunning coastal drive away from the city and along scenic seaside suburbia all the way out as far as the Howth peninsula. This route also offers some ten kilometres of dedicated cycle and pedestrian pathways, taking in large expanses of green space, views of North Bull Island and Saint Anne’s Park.


East Wharf is a mixed-use scheme comprising of a 183-bedroom hotel, a retail unit, residential amenity space, and 105 apartments spread across three blocks (A, B and C) ranging in height from 8 to 15 stories.

The scheme will also include internal residential amenity areas, a landscaped urban plaza, riverside walkway along the River Tolka, a play area, car parking at basement level and bicycle parking at surface and basement level.

Accommodation Schedule


Block A 183 Bedroom Hotel
Block B 46 Apartments and Retail Unit
Block C 59 Apartments

Professional Team


Davey + Smith
13 The Seapoint Building
44/45 Clontarf Road
Dublin 3
01 244 7638


Blackhall Green
01 474 0600

Landscape Architect

Murray’s & Associates
16 The Seapoint Building
44/45 Clontarf Road
Dublin 3
01 854 0090

M&E Engineer

O’Connor Sutton Cronin
9 Prussia Street
01 868 2000


MKN Property Group
18 The Seapoint Building
Dublin 3
01 851 0028

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