For Dublin city to capitalise on office demand, only way is up

In BNP Paribas Real Estate's latest report, Ireland’s capital city retains the dubious honour of being among the top six most expensive European capital cities for prime office space rentals

21st July, 2019
Dublin will have to raise its sights if it wants to realise its potential in the sector

Dublin risks losing out on multinational occupier demand for office space, and on the ongoing Brexit dislocation, if there are not moves to address supply, according to new analysis by BNP Paribas Real Estate.

In its latest report, Ireland’s capital city retains the dubious honour of being among the top six most expensive European capital cities for prime office space rentals. London, Paris, Geneva, Stockholm and Dublin occupy the top spots for costly office space,...

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