Tech revolution squeeze pushes developers west
As room to build in the east of Dublin and the docklands is swallowed up, newcomers must look elsewhere for the next decades’ urban renewal
Occasionally, a revolutionary product comes along which has far-reaching and unforeseen effects on the real estate market.
The iPhone was launched by Apple in June 2007 and it, together with the advances in 3G and 4G mobile technology, has provided a platform for growth for numerous technology companies to expand their customer base and their revenues.
Ireland, and in particular Dublin, received a significant endorsement from Facebook in 2008 when it established its international headquarters here....
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Modern freehold office block in central Dublin guiding at €18m
Fleming Court, just a few minutes’ walk from Baggot Street in D2, extends to 2,730 square metres over five floors
Pair of eye-catching Dublin properties come to market from Hora
No 43 Fitzwilliam Square in Dublin 2 and Castle Manor on the Swords Road are guiding at €3.75m and €1.5m respectively