BoI takes over Hibernian offices

Bank of Ireland has agreed to rent 1,720 square metres of office space in Dublin 2 which was formerly occupied by the insurance group Hibernian.

19th May, 2007

Bank of Ireland has agreed to rent 1,720 square metres of office space in Dublin 2 which was formerly occupied by the insurance group Hibernian.

T he bank is to lease two buildings, the adjoining Hibernian Corner and Nassau House, which are located at the junction of Nassau Street and Dawson Street in Dublin’s central business district.

Hibernian is vacating the space after opting to relocate to Clancourt’s highly successful Park Place scheme on Hatch...

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