Bonham Quay is a unique new campus and the first of its kind for Galway City. Bonham Quay’s location, design and specification ensures occupiers will be able to work in an exciting, innovative and be part of a growing city centric community.
Bonham Quay has the benefit of being located where there is well-educated local population and the skilled workforce is supplemented by many who are drawn to the City by its strong enterprise culture and lifestyle. Galway combines a cosmopolitan diversity with a distinctive regional culture.
From the Spanish Arch and Eyre Square, to Church Lane and Lynch’s Castle, Galway and its residents are steeped in history.
Nowhere is the link between the past, the present and the future stronger than the waterfront site for Bonham Quay Galway. In fact, such is the strength of the link between this part of Galway and the famous Spanish Armada, that each of our four buildings is named after a Spanish Military Order.
What’s more, many of the crew of The Spanish Armada are buried on ground beside them.
Bonham Quay is designed as four office blocks alongside two public squares that all connect via landscape bridges overlooking Galway Docks with maximum access to superior views.
The campus is designed to accommodate a working community of 3,000, furthermore to ensure the campus community has the benefit of amenities as a retail, cafe, restaurants, cultural arts facility and a commuter fitness centre.