Wednesday January 29, 2020

Suburban offices up the ante to attract millennial talent

Two types of demand are driving the trend of large companies choosing to base themselves in Dublin’s suburbs

5th January, 2020
Suburban office block owners are creating urban campus-style business parks with a raft of on-site amenities and facilities to attract millennial talent

In the past five years, more than 464,515 square metres of office space has been leased in the Dublin suburban market. The capital has enjoyed a steady demand for suburban office space, with occupiers such as Google, Facebook, AIB and Elavon all choosing suburban locations for their growing operations in Ireland. So what is driving this demand?

Office take-up in 2019 by the TMT (telecommunications/media/technology) sector remained strong, accounting for 51 per cent of take-up in...

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