Monday November 23, 2020

Creating healthy work environments will pay off as a strategy in the long run

As ever, the smart money in the market will take a ‘flight to quality’ approach in these turbulent times

22nd November, 2020
The total size of the Dublin office market now stands at almost 4.1 million square metres, with vacant supply at 380,900 square metres

Despite the upheaval in the property market caused by Covid-19 this year, investors and occupier clients are optimistic about the medium and long-term and have used the slowdown in 2020 to now focus on long-term sustainability.

A total of 20,530 square metres of office space take-up was recorded in the Dublin market in the third quarter of this year.

While this is a vast improvement on the previous quarter, in which the take-up figure stood at a...

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