100-101 Grafton Street is an impressive five-storey over basement building occupying a prime pitch on Grafton Street. The building also has the benefit of profile to the pedestrianised section of Wicklow Street immediately opposite Brown Thomas department store.
The building is of period construction with feature red brick elevations to the upper floors, traditional timber frame sliding sash windows and feature stone façades at ground level. Overall the building extends to approximately 1,677 sq m (18,060 sq ft) with frontage onto Grafton Street of approximately 13 metres and a further 11 metres frontage on Wicklow Street.
Internally, the ground floor of the building comprises the newly refurbished banking hall which incorporates ATM’S, online and telephone banking kiosks, lounge areas, cashiers desk and meeting rooms. The first floor has a mix of customer areas and internal meeting rooms and back office rooms. Within the Grafton Street side of the first floor there is a dedicated student banking area.
The upper floors provide private additional office accommodation and staff facilities. The floors are mainly of suspended timber construction, walls are plastered and painted and there are suspended ceilings incorporating fluorescent tube light fittings and air conditioning vents. The basement provides for secure storage and includes the banks vaults and document storage.