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Airbnb to take office space in Grand Canal Dock

Written by Robert McHugh, on 29th Jan 2019. Posted in Property

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It was announced yesterday that Airbnb are the latest international firm to take office space at the iconic Reflector building in Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.

The online hospitality services firm is to lease over 40,000 sq. ft. and will join web designers Wix and other international occupiers in the new office development, which is now nearly 90% occupied with circa 22,000 sq. ft. remaining over two floors.

The six-storey office building – which can accommodate more than 1,000 employees – was strategically designed to provide minimal internal columns and two separate receptions, which has proven to be a major attraction among occupiers seeking ultimate flexibility and efficiency.

The development will also incorporate 40 exclusive 1-3-bedroom luxury apartments and a single 3,500 sq. ft. retail/restaurant space.

Savills expects continued demand from the technology, legal and financial services sectors given the popularity of Dublin’s south docks and the relatively small amount of space available.

Speaking this week, Managing Director of Park Developments, Sean O’Neill said, "The Reflector is a quality office building that offers something unique in terms of its location, layout, design and flexibility. We’re delighted to welcome  Airbnb being such a strong global brand as the latest tenant to sign-up and we look forward to announcing full occupancy in the near future."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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