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CX Managers

Our customer experience managers are here not just to make your tenancy easier, but to make everyday life and business run more smoothly. We believe the best CX managers anticipate your needs before you do.;

Here’s what sets us apart…

Hotel for Business

We don’t see this as an office campus. Instead, it’s more of a “hotel for business”.

We have a collection of processes to track every customer query and maintain a happy, productive high-end workplace. This means a full team of CX managers, including one front-of-house in each main building to help you with everyday needs.


This team of CX managers is responsible for maintaining and improving your situation. They are your first point of contact and a reflection of our dedication in making this the best possible place to run a business.

This is a relatively new and young business campus, but already we’ve helped tenants organise events on campus.

Just like a hotel concierge, our CX managers are armed with local knowledge and a long list of contacts.

Our B2B customer management team is happy to help you make the most of this cutting-edge campus, whether that’s helping with big events, making the most of the space and environment or putting you in touch with handy services, from dry cleaning to movers.

Our job is to ensure that your experience is as enjoyable and smooth as it possibly can be.

New City Quarter for Dublin

We’re not just building offices; we’re building a community.

Soon, Dublin Airport Central will be a bustling business park of five blocks, dozens of businesses and 3-4,000 tenants.

These tenants will have access to our expert community managers who will inform them of the 35 food and beverage offerings, local discounts for Dublin Airport Central customers, and even allowances to our myriad services (such as gyms and classes).

Welcome to Dublin’s newest, most comprehensive business quarter.

The Most Instagrammed Skyscrappers in the World

Jun 3, 2020, 13:04 PM by User Not Found

The world’s iconic skyscrapers make awe-inspiring backdrops for any Instagram post. With plenty of futuristic and architecturally diverse buildings to choose from, which of these world-famous designs has gained the title of the most popular on Instagram around the world?

We gathered research to find out the most Instagrammed skyscrapers in the world, and the results pay homage to some of the globe’s most inventive and impressive buildings. Not only that, but we wanted to see what the total height of these Instagram photos would be in comparison to the height of the buildings themselves.


1. Empire State Building

It’s no surprise that the Empire State Building in the heart of New York’s Manhattan bags the top spot with a massive 4,283,025 hashtags!

This much-loved skyscraper was the tallest building in the world from 1931 to 1972, and the first to contain over 100 floors. Despite being overtaken for these accolades, its appeal is enduring thanks to its classic Art Deco design, stunning views and iconic status as a symbol of New York City. That is clearly represented in the number of photos (ie hashtags) taken of the skyscraper piled up, which towers over the building itself.


2. Burj Khalifa

Following closely behind is the Burj Khalifa, which dominates the Dubai skyline and is currently the tallest building in the world. Standing at a breath-taking 828 metres, it has so far earned a total of 3,617,996 hashtags. It’s a must-do snap for anyone visiting the United Arab Emirate’s most glamorous city and can be seen rising majestically above the skyline wherever you are. Whilst the tallest building by a large margin, it is still not the most popular. The total of its ‘hashtagged’ photos has yet to reach the heights of those of the Empire State .

Building, but it is not far behind. This architectural newcomer has only been around since 2010, so there is still time for it to gain the top spot of most Instagrammed skyscraper in the future.

These two trailblazing buildings each bring their own unique qualities to the list – the enduring classic design of the Empire State Building offsets the belief-defying ultra-modern lines of the Burj Khalifa.

While these stunning creations stole the show, the next most Instagrammed skyscrapers are also worth a mention for their popularity and photogenic allure.


3. One World Trade Center

Standing proud at 541 metres, the One World Trade Center in New York earned 688,106 hashtags. It’s the main building replacing the top spot after the World Trade Center was destroyed in the terrorist attacks of 9/11, and represents the tallest building in the western hemisphere. Without a doubt, it has quickly earned its place in the hearts of Instagrammers since its completion in 2014.


4. Taipei 101 Tower

Next in line is the Taipei 101 Tower in Taiwan with 680,312 hashtags. This impressive edifice held the title of the tallest building in the world from 2004 until 2010 when the Burj Khalifa snatched its crown. This landmark was designed to look like a bamboo stalk and is famed for its green credentials thanks to its in-house water recycling and cooling systems.


5. Willis Tower

Coming in in 5th place, we have another American architectural masterpiece – the Willis Tower in Chicago, with 624,497 hashtags. Formerly known as the Sears Tower, it was the tallest building in the world from 1974 to 1998. Its glass balcony and stunning views of the city make it a hotspot for visitors to Chicago.

Without a doubt, any one of the skyscrapers on our list is an Instagram hero, capable of drawing in the crowds and stacking up the hashtags.

And all of these remarkable buildings include office spaces, combining beauty with practicality and providing the world’s ultimate work and play destinations. Unsurpassed in their ingenuity and attraction, they are bound to rule Instagram for a long time to come