PVC King wrote:I agree that as scheme it would work very well; from an urban regeneration point of view it would be real progress. The time just isn't right for construction of offices without a pre-let in place. Dublin if it is organised can through marketing designs and then building on the basis of agreements for lease; stay well ahead of the curve.
Well that's eminently achievable in the Tara Street case. The new Biosciences Development at Trinity (known as Trinity Central for commercial property purposes) pre-let 42,000 of the 60,000 sq ft available to non-Trinity tenants to HMH, the education publisher. I'd say that with the right estate agent they could pre-let at least two-thirds of the building.
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