Our vision

Our vision is to set the benchmark for excellence in Irish real estate and positively shape the future of our city

We are Ireland’s leading commercial property investment company and the largest owner of offices and logistics assets in Dublin. We are a long-term investor with a 50-year track record in real estate. We own and manage a portfolio comprising over 5 million sq ft, valued at over €2.7 billion. We are custodians of our city, and take pride in the buildings we develop, own and manage. We build workplaces that are healthy and fulfilling places to spend time in, and, by delivering high-quality sustainable buildings, we attract major global companies to Dublin.

Our philosophy

We are passionate about our buildings and our presence in the city. We make long term investment decisions for the benefit of our stakeholders, with an emphasis on excellence in design, sustainability and the occupier experience. This philosophy is embodied in our four values: Custodians, Leaders, Trusted, and Passion.

Our values

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Custodians

We are custodians of our city. Our ambition is to make a positive contribution to society by sustainably redeveloping our properties, actively managing our estate and working closely with our stakeholders.

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Leaders

We are leaders in Irish real estate and will continue to advance that position through our culture of excellence and innovation.

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Trusted

We build trust through performance, not just in our track record but in our conduct and openness with our investors and stakeholders.

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Passion

We are passionate about the built environment. We take pride in the buildings we develop, own and manage, taking care to ensure they support and improve the communities in which we work.

Making Place

Making Place, our thought leadership report, launched in partnership with Arup, addressed the major shifts in office working life due to digitisation, which have been accelerated by the pandemic. It shows there is a need to recalibrate offices to make them more appealing, and to work harder to be part of sustainable places both socially and economically.

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Our experience

We are a long-term investor with a 50-year track record in the city.

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