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Dublin Office Market Q4 2020

Ronan Corbett • 05/02/2021

2020 resulted in a sudden, unexpected and artificial slowdown placed on the Dublin office market, with the impact of COVID-19 felt across all bar the first quarter. Take up reached 167,700 sq m in the year as a whole, a decline of 30% on 2019 levels.

 

Although activity and sentiment rose in the final months of the year, the follow through to signed deals remained slow. Just 28,450 sq m signed in the final quarter as further lockdowns and work from home policies continued to place little pressure on even expanding firms to immediately commit to space.

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Dermot Hughes • 12/03/2021

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Investor Interest Remains Strong Despite COVID-19 Challenges

Despite COVID-19 challenges, the final 3 months of the year witnessed a strong close to 2020 for the Irish investment market. According to the latest research by Cushman & Wakefield, a total of €861m transacted in Irish commercial property in the final quarter, bringing the year-end total to just over €2bn.

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