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Offices eyeing the suburbs

New office development activity is extending its reach beyond Dublin’s central business district as city rents and demand continue to rise

28th May, 2017
A computer-generated image of Navigation Square in Cork

Rising office rents, combined with increasing demand for Grade A office space as well as the opportunities that may arise from Brexit, have helped to spread new office development activity beyond Dublin’s central business district (CBD) and into the suburbs and regions.

Dublin will see 178,250 square metres of office space delivered by the end of this year, according to the latest Irish office report from Cushman & Wakefield. However, it says the...

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