Thursday June 4, 2020

IDA hunts new central Dublin base

State’s lease on Iput-owned Wilton Terrace is up next year

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

18th June, 2017

The IDA is looking for a new headquarters in central Dublin as the lease on its existing shared office comes to an end in 2019.

IDA Ireland shares an office on Wilton Terrace, beside the Grand Canal in Dublin, with a number of other government bodies that will look to move to a new site with it.

The IDA is seeking a building of up to 120,000 square feet and have appointed property agents GVA Donal...

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