Monday November 30, 2020

Hibernia Reit boss believes future offices will be ‘campus style’

Kevin Nowlan sees future office developments as being occupied by a number of tenants, with large convertible spaces as well as gyms, food outlets and even bars

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
22nd November, 2020
Kevin Nowlan, chief executive of Hibernia Reit: ‘If you are 23 and at the beginning of your career, you’ll want to be able to meet your boss and get the experience of learning.‘ Picture: Fergal Phillips

It is the great conundrum for businesses that the Covid-19 pandemic has thrown up. As employees get used to working from home for extended periods, will there ever be a day when they return to their office?

It’s a question that has very much been on the mind of Kevin Nowlan. The chief executive and co-founder of Hibernia Reit, one of the country’s biggest commercial property developers, has spent the last number of months wondering...

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