At your service: is this the future of the office?
Iconic Offices is offering premium city centre spaces that stand out from others on the market
A shortage of suitable space, rising rents, traditional, long-term or inflexible lease models and the potential for a further squeeze on space in the aftermath of Brexit collectively put an enormous amount of pressure on Dublin’s office market. Yet every cloud has its silver lining, and the combination of these issues bodes well for companies like Iconic Offices, which specialise in premium-level serviced offices in Dublin city centre.
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