Wednesday September 23, 2020

Dublin’s serviced office market is still working

The number of flexible or ‘hot’ desks available in the capital continues to grow despite the collapse of big player WeWork, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

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Joe McGinley, chief executive of Iconic Offices, expects 2020 to be the company’s best year to date. Picture: Bryan Meade

Despite the woes of global giant WeWork, once Dublin’s largest serviced office provider, new research suggests the capital’s office market grew by a third last year.

Data collected by serviced office brokers Click Offices saw the addition of some 7,000 flexible or “hot” desks in Dublin last year (down about 1,000 on the previous, bumper year). The sector is expected to grow by another 4,000 desks this year, according to the broker.

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