Tech deals mask caution in Dublin office market

Space in the under 2,800 square metre office range was slower to fill last year, writes Paul Scannell

3rd February, 2019
The Sharp Building, Hogan Place, Dublin 2

There’s no denying that 2018 was another strong year for the Dublin office market, with take-up rising 8 per cent to almost 358,000 square metres, surpassing last year’s record of 334,450 square metres.

However, the headline data masks an interesting divergence in market trends, with the tech office megadeals that were the prime driver of this increase, masking less certain demand for the smaller lot sizes.

Space in the under 2,800 square metre range was...

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