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First quarter office lettings up 62 per cent

Demand in Dublin city centre has rippled out beyond the core business district

24th April, 2016
Anglesea House on Carysfort Avenue, Co Dublin

Healthy demand for Dublin city centre offices is reflected in recent activity in both the investment and lettings market. This week saw six office properties offered to the market, with combined guide prices of €38 million.

This is underpinned by the office lettings market. According to Knight Frank, quarter one letting activity was 62 per cent higher than the same period last year, with 67,187 square metres of space taken up across 54 transactions.

“This strong start to...

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