Industrial space still a hard sell

Take-up of industrial space across Dublin fell during the third quarter of the year, but take-up levels are expected to reach 150,000 square metres by the end of December, representing a 53 per cent increase on 2009, according to the latest research

9th October, 2010

Take-up of industrial space across Dublin fell during the third quarter of the year, but take-up levels are expected to reach 150,000 square metres by the end of December, representing a 53 per cent increase on 2009, according to the latest research from DTZ Sherry FitzGerald.

A total of 110,600 square metres of space has been let or sold so far this year, representing an increase of 40 per cent on the same period in 2009, the research showed.

DTZ’s research...

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