Work to transform the site of the old Aer Lingus head office at Dublin Airport are to commence later this month, as the six-storey building is to become a 70-acre business park.
Dublin Airport Authority will invest around €10 million in the project, which will seek business from international high-tech companies involved in research and development as well as other service industries, the Irish Times reports.
The building, which will be known in future as One, Dublin Airport Central in future, will be regenerated by a new triple-glazed façade, improved insulation, flexible layout and the installation of T50 broadband throughout.
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An estimated 700 jobs will be created upon completion of the project, and a further 60 jobs for the construction phase.