The developer of a new 125-acre business park in west Dublin believes that demand is still strong for new commercial and industrial space, despite worsening economic conditions. David Agar of Profile Properties, the firm behind Profile Park in Grangecastle, said that demand for office space in Dublin remains strong from indigenous firms and that there are strong prospects for multinationals, particularly from Britain, choosing Dublin as a new location. Profile Park will include industrial space, offices, a retail sector, a 200-bed hotel, a gym and a proposed motor park and will have a total of over 300,000 square metres of new commercial space.
Developer has faith in ‘buoyant’ office sector
Feb 12, 2018