A1 office space in demand in Dublin

The Dublin office market is being driven by a demand for a very particular type of building, writes Marian Finnegan.

19th May, 2012
Demand is good for Grade A1 buildings built after 2005, with raised floors, suspended ceilings and air conditioning.

When a market turns, it generally does so quietly, and it is often only with hindsight that we know it has happened. With that in mind, those of us who analyse the property market have been carefully analysing trends in the macro markets and then in submarkets to understand the subtleties of their individual performances.

At first glance, the Dublin office market appears to be a market saturated with stock. Indeed, our latest analysis shows...

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