1) Where domestic and oversea investors are putting its money in Dublin
2) The impact the changes in the way we live and work will have on property investment - how office space will evolve, and what the future holds for Dublin's rental sector
3) What international occupiers are planning in Dublin
4) How the balance between supply and demand will evolve in the city and surrounding regions
|7:30 AM - 8:30 AM||
Breakfast & Networking
|8:30 AM - 9:05 AM||
Reimagining Dublin: Mitigating Growth and Shaping the Future
|9:05 AM - 9:40 AM||
Tenant of the Future: The Owner-Tenant-Relationship-Model
|9:40 AM - 10:15 AM||
Building Dublin's Future BTR Pipeline
|10:15 AM - 10:45 AM||
Post Panel Networking
The Round Room at The Mansion House
Dublin 2, Ireland
Dublin had a booming 2017. The city has been Europe's new tech and investment hub for international occupiers and investors for some time, and Brexit has not dampened this. But while the Irish property market has reinvented itself, is the transformation happening too fast? Could the lack of homes and an outdated infrastructure system hurt the growth of the commercial sector in 2018? According to The Telegraph, the Irish property market outlook is not as certain as many predict...
With billions of euros invested already in the development pipeline, record-breaking investment from foreign companies and seismic disruption being created by technology, learn about what 2018 holds for Dublin and network with the players shaping the city. We're bringing together expert panelists at our first-ever Dublin State of the Market event. Our speakers will dive deep into their development & leasing strategies, their hottest projects, and how and why Dublin is being redefined.
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