Dublin office rents could drop in 2019, says expert

Gearóid Collins of IWG believes the market has reached a tipping point, writes Donal Buckley

3rd June, 2018
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Dublin office rents may see declines next year as the market is undergoing a major change with increasing resistance to long-term onerous leases.

That’s according to Gearóid Collins, country managing director in Ireland for IWG, the international serviced office provider which is both a tenant and a landlord, with about 27,900 square metres of offices in 15 locations in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.

In ten years, the Dublin property market “has gone from...

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