The case for urban regions and the multi-family/PRS sectors
As more people in Ireland migrate towards city living and working, there will be an increased demand for greater housing density including more apartments
One of the topics that has received attention due to the Covid-19 restrictions is the merits or otherwise of city or urban living.
Human beings are generally social animals and the personal interaction that occurs in an office setting is hugely positive. As the months have gone on, many people have found the logistics of working from home to be difficult, not conducive to a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing, with some feeling isolated.
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