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Google wants to link docklands buildings with ‘skybridges’

Killian Woods

Business reporter

28th April, 2019
Computer-generated image of skybridges at Google’s new buildings in Dublin’s docklands

Google has plans to build more ‘skybridges’ to link up office blocks being built on the old Boland’s Mill site in the Dublin docklands

Last year, Google spent some €300 million to acquire the Bolands Quay office scheme which is located a short distance from its European headquarters. The purchase price was understood to include construction and fit out costs.

Plans to redevelop the old Boland’s Mill site, which was previously...

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