Office letting continues to be strong in the capital

Forty per cent of the new office space due to be completed in Dublin next year is pre-let, according to estate agents Savills Hamilton Osborne King.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
6th September, 2008

Forty per cent of the new office space due to be completed in Dublin next year is pre-let, according to estate agents Savills Hamilton Osborne King.

In its latest office market bulletin, the firm reports that around 129,000 square metres of office space was taken up in the capital during the first six months of this year, despite the slowdown in the economy.

According to Mary-Kate McGarry, an economist in the firm’s research unit, of the...

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