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Ikea is reported to be keen on a site in Carrickmines. Photograph: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann
What’s hot in the burbs

The highest suburban retail and office rents in Dublin are on the southside – with Sandyford and Dundrum setting the pace – but travel a little furthe(...)

Dogpatch Labs’ shared-office space at CHQ in the IFSC. Photograph: David Sleator

Co-working and flexible office space – where companies and individuals rent on a short-term basis in trendy, often Google-like environments – emerged (...)

Dublin’s office space take-up fell in the first quarter compared to the same period last year which was noted as an “exceptional” three months. Photograph: iStock

Office space take up in Dublin fell 25 per cent in the first quarter of this year compared to the same period in 2017 although market analysts suggest(...)

Indeed.com has pre-let space at 100 and 300 Capital Dock. Photograph: Reuters

Half of overall office space take up in Dublin last year was in the city’s central business district (CBD), figures from commercial property agent Cus(...)

Some believe the development focus will now shift to the north docks as there’s very few sites or refurbishment opportunities left on the southside. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Dublin office market had another strong year in 2017 with take-up and rents approaching 2007 peaks and a strong supply line of new space under con(...)

Hong Kong: limited availability and strong demand from mainland Chinese corporations pushed Hong Kong costs up

Hong Kong has replaced London’s West End as the most expensive office market in which to locate staff, according to new research from Cushman & Wa(...)

Much of Dublin’s big  increase in the pace of development work is located close to the new Central Bank building on North Wall Quay

There were 79 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on November 1st from the seventh floor of the Irish Times building on Tara Street.(...)

Development activity in Dublin increased in the third quarter by 11 per cent. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The first nine-months of this year saw the highest take up of office space since 2007 in Dublin, figures from commercial property company Cushman and (...)

The main driver of demand for office space in Dublin at the moment is coming from the technology and finance sectors. Photograph: iStock
Peak office at last

Many estate agents are predicting only very moderate rent rises at the top end of the market over the next few years and some even see a tempering of (...)

Facebook is to seek a further office block of 7,432-9,290sq m (80,000-100,000sq ft) in Dublin by 2018 – sufficient space to accommodate a further 700-plus workers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Demand for office space in Dublin is now running at its strongest level for years even before a range of banks and financial institutions decide if t(...)

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