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Dublin appealing to European investors

Ireland offers longer commercial leases than most continental markets - and terms tend to be more favourable

15th May, 2016
Hanover Quay in Dublin: BNP Paribas recently acquired premises at the riverside location

Strong rental growth across all sectors of Dublin’s commercial property market are likely to continue to appeal to investors, and especially European institutional ones, despite recent signs that the market may be taking a breather.

Joan Henry, head of research at BNP Paribas Real Estate, said there is scope for further growth in capital values of Dublin offices and that “steady, strong occupier demand for space in CBD locations will maintain a floor...

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