Facebook plans huge campus at Ballsbridge AIB site
Facebook’s creation of a new campus in Dublin 4 will, when it is completed, be twice the size of Microsoft’s enormous new campus in Leopardstown, Co Dublin
Facebook is advancing plans to build a giant campus in Ballsbridge that will extend across 700,000 square feet and comfortably house 5,000 staff.
Bloomberg has previously reported that Facebook is in talks to take 450,000 square feet at AIB’s Bankcentre campus, but The Sunday Business Post understands its plan is even more ambitious.
Facebook also wants to take over 325,000 square feet more of office space being developed in front of AIB’s Bankcentre headquarters by Johnny...
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