Iconic Offices

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WeWork’s Charlemont Exchange is the largest flexible office space in Dublin with 2,400 desks.

Research by serviced office brokers, Click Offices, has found that the Dublin serviced office market grew by over 30 per cent in 2019, with 7,000 new (...)

Kenneth Rouse, managing director and head of investment at BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland. Photograph: Fennell Photography

Dublin has joined the top 10 European cities for serviced office space deals in 2018, according to a new report from BNP Paribas Real Estate (BNPPRE).(...)

The Vandal Cafe and Restaurant at Iconic Offices’  Masonry development in Dublin 8

Iconic Offices, the State’s largest flexible workspace provider, has invested more than €500,000 in building a cafe and restaurant at one of its Dubli(...)

An artist’s impression of the reception and lounge area at the Lennox Building in  Dublin 8.

Flexible workspace provider Iconic Offices is promising office accommodation “akin to a boutique five-star hotel” at its latest location in Dublin cit(...)

304 Mother Theresa House, a penthouse apartment in Rathfarnham, features floor-to-ceiling windows in the  livingroom

Vendors Brian and Cathy can but hope that the sale of their spacious, light-filled Rathfarnham apartment is less tortured than its acquisition. After (...)

Us&Co  is renting out 271 desks in a high-end office scheme at 5 School House Lane in Dublin 2.

Another overseas firm has entered the fast-growing market for shared office space in Dublin which already includes the likes of WeWork and Regus. U(...)

Click Offices says there is 106,838sq m   of serviced office space in the capital. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Dublin’s serviced office market grew by 50 per cent last year – that’s 8,000 desks which equate to 37,161sq m (400,000sq ft) of office space – accordi(...)

Joe McGinley of Iconic: “The clientele we attract are a little bit older than at other shared workspaces .” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There weren’t too many estate agents who had fancy premises and fridges stocked full of champagne during the recession, but Joe McGinley was one of th(...)

Iconic Offices chief executive Joe McGinley and chief financial officer Brian Kelly.

Dublin-based Iconic Offices has announced it is to raise equity as it goes about “ambitious” expansion plans into continental Europe. The company sai(...)

The likes of Google and Facebook have ‘raised the bar’ in terms of what Millennials expect from a workspace
Bye-bye Boomers hello Millennials

You may object to lumping people together by age but anyone working with or recruiting Millennials – loosely that generation that reached early adulth(...)

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