Office market starts to find its feet after Covid-19

It’s uncertain what the post-coronavirus version of office life will be like in the short and medium term, but demand is returning in the Dublin market

12th September, 2021
Office market starts to find its feet after Covid-19
The Fitzwilliam 28 development in Dublin 2: nearing practical completion and substantially pre-let

We all know that life has felt like it’s been on hold for the past 18 months as we manage our way through the Covid-19 pandemic, both personally and professionally.

When it comes to demand from tenants for new office space in Dublin, it’s clear that the pandemic has led to postponed decisions, and a dramatic 81 per cent decline in the amount of new space leased in the first half of the year....

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