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Iput this week resumed construction of LinkedIn’s new European HQ at Wilton Park in Dublin

Irish property investment group Iput has secured a new and increased revolving credit facility of €300 million from Wells Fargo Bank . Some €200 mil(...)

Riverside One extends to 110,000sq ft and is occupied by Irish law firm McCann FitzGerald

Irish property company Iput has moved to consolidate its ownership of the headquarters of one of Ireland’s top law firms with a deal to acquire a 29.2(...)

No 95 Lower Baggot Street in  Dublin is believed to have been acquired by a well-known house-builder

LinkedIn’s decision to establish a major European campus at Iput’s Wilton Park scheme in Dublin city centre is understood to have led to strong intere(...)

A Google Street View image of  the British Museum

To paraphrase a philosophical conundrum: if an artwork exists in a gallery, and nobody sees it, is it still meaningful? As cultural institutions close(...)

The Fernbank scheme in Churchtown, which is currently undergoing WiredScore Home certification

WiredScore, a company that rates and certifies buildings in terms of internet connectivity, is launching a service for the build-to-rent market with 1(...)

Linkedin’s new European HQ at Wilton Park in Dublin 2 will meet the highest green design standards

A sustainable future requires long-term thinking and leadership. When it comes to doing business, it’s important to move away from short-term investme(...)

An artist’s impression of LinkedIn’s future campus at Wilton Park, Dublin 2. The extra space will allow the firm to expand to 4,000 employees in Dublin

It’s official: city – and campus – working is in. LinkedIn became the latest tech company to announce it was expanding, creating a campus for its EMEA(...)

An artist’s impression of  Wilton Park in Dublin 2. The scheme is being developed by Iput.

LinkedIn is set to establish a major European headquarter campus in Dublin city centre after agreeing a deal to pre-let the remaining 39,950sq m (430,(...)

An artist’s impression of the Dublin Landings development on North Wall quay.

Property investor Iput has paid €115 million to acquire an office block on Dublin’s north quays, Three Dublin Landings. The company, which controls (...)

LinkedIn earlier this year announced plans to create 800 new jobs in Dublin in a move that will take headcount here to 2,000 by the middle of 2020

LinkedIn’s Irish subsidiary has declared a combined $1 billion (€908.5 million) in dividend payments to its immediate parent and ultimate owner Micros(...)

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