Dublin’s 2021 office market gets a dose of optimism
While many employees are still working remotely at the moment, it seems that most would prefer the hybrid model of working between office and home
The Covid-19-induced global work-from-home experiment inexorably affected office take-up demand levels throughout 2020.
Corporate occupiers focused on supporting employees working remotely and planning the return to their current workplaces, rather than concentrating on further expansion needs.
Most office space requirements identified at the start of 2020 are understandably temporarily on hold and likely to re-engage in 2021. However, TikTok announcing its plans to grow in Dublin has been a positive end to 2020 and an...
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