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Defining the CBD of Dublin is key for investors

Where does the capital’s central business district begin and end, and what repercussions does this have for those wanting to snap up offices?

27th May, 2018
Dublin Landings, a new mixed use block in the Dublin docklands

Dublin’s central business district (CBD) is expanding northwards and eastwards, a spread reflected in recent property market activity which has seen price tags of around €100 million for office blocks in Dublin 1.

Nevertheless, offices in the traditional CBD can still achieve premiums over the newer parts of central Dublin.

While it’s a common adage of the property industry that location is the key factor which decides where to buy property, the reality is...

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