Outlining the rationale behind We Work's decision to establish its first Dublin base, Mr Miropolski said: "We've been looking at the Dublin market for quite a while.
What's interesting is that we talk a lot to our members [around the world] and we ask 'what is it that you need? ' A lot of our members ask us not only in London, but also in Berlin and Amsterdam, when we would open our first location in Dublin. Mr Miropolski confirmed his company's intention to open its Iveagh Court base for business by spring 2018.
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We Work is understood to have agreed a rent of €538 per sq m (€50 per sq ft) under a 25-year lease with a 15-year break option.
Asked if the company would expand its Irish operations beyond its new premises at Iveagh Court, Managing Director of We Work Europe and Israel, Eugen Miropolski, said that while there were no plans to look outside Dublin as of now, this might change if We Work saw demand for space in other Irish cities from its members.
Extending to 5,109 sq m (55,000 sq ft), the property has the capacity to accommodate in the region of 1,000 workers, or 'members' as We Work refers to its tenants and those employed by them.
Iveagh Court had served as an overflow facility for the Central Bank in the period leading up to its move to its new headquarters at North Wall Quay in the IFSC.
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