Sunday September 20, 2020

Flexible workspace provider Knotel signs two more leases in Dublin

The deals bring the US company’s total acquisitions in the city centre to three

2nd February, 2020
The Bloodstone Building on John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin 2: Knotel has acquired 816 square metres of space there

Flexible workspace platform and WeWork competitor Knotel has signed the leases on two more properties in Dublin, making a hat-trick since it first entered the Irish market last November when it took space at Riverview House on City Quay in Dublin 2.

Savills, which facilitated the transactions with Knotel, has announced the acquisition of 816 square metres at the Bloodstone Building on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and 805 square metres at Ashford House on Tara Street...

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