Saturday December 7, 2019

Hibernia Reit boss: WeWork problems not hurting market

Hibernia was reportedly in talks with WeWork for the American company to lease two of its high-profile buildings in the Dublin docklands

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
17th November, 2019

The head of commercial property giant Hibernia Reit has said the problems of WeWork are not hurting the Irish office market. Hibernia was reportedly in talks with WeWork for the American company to lease two of its high-profile buildings in the Dublin docklands. WeWork has undergone a dramatic fall from grace in the last two months and pulled out of a number of Dublin office deals.

Hibernia chief executive Kevin Nowlan said although the company...

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