Dublin office market hopeful for 2021
Working from home is expected to continue well into next year, but estate agents are optimistic that the office will remain a favoured option for many employers and their workers
This will go down as a year to forget for the Dublin office market.
The year started with a bang, with over one million square feet leased in the first quarter – the top five deals were all in excess of 100,000 square feet with Mastercard/ Slack/ Indeed/ Google and Dropbox all committing to large office footprints in the city. The subsequent take up figures of 75,000 square feet (Q2) and 235,000 square feet (Q3)...
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