Making capital out of office space

There’s no shortage of empty office space in Dublin, but Elaine Bannon is hopeful that she can find tenants despite the slowdown in the economy.

28th March, 2009

There’s no shortage of empty office space in Dublin, but Elaine Bannon is hopeful that she can find tenants despite the slowdown in the economy.

Indeed, the downturn might even help Bannon, who is general manager of the Lis Cara Business Centre in Dublin city centre. The development of serviced offices was opened last month by Mary Coughlan, the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

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