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Demand strong in business districts

If there is one section of the property market that benefited from riding the crest of the Celtic Tiger wave only to suffer the slings and arrows of the global economic downturn, it is the office market.

18th November, 2006

If there is one section of the property market that benefited from riding the crest of the Celtic Tiger wave only to suffer the slings and arrows of the global economic downturn, it is the office market.

At the height of the office market boom during the late 1990s, the Dublin market was enjoying average take up of 150,000 to 200,000 square metres per annum compared to take up levels of 40,000 to 80,000 during...

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