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Rise & Shine: The Future of Dublin's Workspace Industry

How Is Dublin's Office Market Shaping Up in 2019?

Event Ended On: Tuesday October 1 2019

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Dublin Airport Central

Dublin Airport Central is Ireland’s next generation business destination, offering unrivalled international and national connectivity, directly opposite Terminal 2. Boasting a unique mix of business and social amenities, Dublin Airport Central is the ideal location for businesses to thrive and grow. Redefining expectations with enticing offerings, our development brings the best Dublin Airport has to offer to growing national and international businesses.


Aerotropolis & Beyond: New City Quarter Regeneration

Philip Dunne

Senior Manager, Communications, Kelloggs

Tomás Sexton

Director, Coady Architects

The Era of Campus Developments

Keith O'Neill

Executive Director, BNP Paribas Real Estate
Geraldine Ruane

Geraldine Ruane

Chief Operating Officer, Trinity College


Time Activity
8:00 AM
8:40 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:40 AM
8:45 AM
Welcoming Remarks by DAA
8:45 AM
9:30 AM
Aerotropolis & Beyond: New City Quarter Regeneration
9:30 AM
9:40 AM
Technology, Talent and Tenants: Transforming the Occupier Market
A presentation by Equiem
9:40 AM
9:55 AM
Stretch Break & Networking
10:00 AM
10:40 AM
The Era of Campus Developments
How will the Workplaces of the Future Transform?
10:40 AM
11:00 AM
Post Panel Networking


Block Three 

4th Floor

Dublin Airport Central (just walk past the marketing suite and you will see a white marquee set up)

Parking: Terminal 2 Car Park

Dublin Airport


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Event Summary

As demand in the traditional core CBD reaches its tipping point, in which neighbourhoods of Dublin will the economy and real estate ecosystem blossom?

The Dublin Office market achieves record performances in 2018 that were largely driven by strategic

transactions, predominantly from the expansion of

occupiers in the tech sector. According to CBRE 2019 Outlook, it could be a

‘three in a row’ in 2019, given the

office take-up in Dublin stays on track for another strong

year and supply remains tight.

One of the major trends in 2019 will be the extension of office leasing activity into new city quarters, such as the North Wall, Dublin 8, Cherrywood, Dublin Airport, Sandyford and other parts. There is a high potential for rental growth as these areas are being regenerated, providing occupiers with new centers of innovation as they continue to demand collaborative spaces that are smart and sustainable.

As such, it will be ever so important for the

industry to

adapt to

sustainable and integrated ways to deliver office environments embedded in larger mixed-use environments.

Please join us for Bisnow's

​Dublin Future of Office

event and meet the creative stakeholders who are driving the growth, and finding opportunities for investment and development​ across the city​.​ The event will discuss new city quarter regeneration, campus developments, and sustainability.​

We will bring together the visionaries pioneering new markets and spaces,​ ​shaping

​new office standards and ​lifestyles outside of

​D2 and D4. Share your comments, post your photos and ask questions using #BisnowEurope on Twitter and Instagram, and follow us at @BisnowEurope on Twitter for more local news.

  1. How can Dublin's office investment benefit wider regeneration efforts? What planning efforts are underway that will attract tenants to brand Aerotropolis as more than just an industrial community?
  2. The road to positive absorption: What does a new city quarter need to offer in order to attract occupiers? What are Dublin's emerging areas and who is investing?
  3. Are campus-like office scheme the new big thing? What kind of design and development expertise is needed to ensure success?
  4. Is sustainable development cost-effective for the Office sector? What are the most cost-effective design and building solutions?
  5. How is the industry addressing and achieving the Near Zero Energy Building (NZEB) standards?