Tuesday January 28, 2020

Central Bank’s €90 million extra building

The Central Bank of Ireland is spending around €90 million buying an office building in north Dublin.

15th August, 2015
Completed, the new Central Bank headquarters will have space for 1,600 staff.

The Central Bank of Ireland is spending around €90 million buying an office building in North Dublin near its €140 million new eco-headquarters on North Wall Quay.

Its governor Patrick Honohan only last November said the bank’s move to a new location would enhance its effectiveness “by bringing together all our city centre staff into a single location”.

The bank said in a statement last Friday however that buying a second...

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