Google abandoned a previous plan to lease offices in Dublin to provide office space for about 2000 employees, one of the city’s biggest real estate deals in recent years. Google has been negotiating with property owners to rent about 18766 square meters of space in sorting office near the southern pier of the Irish capital. “After careful consideration, Google has decided not to continue with this plan,” a Google spokesman said in an email Google did not specify why it abandoned the office rental plan. < / P > < p > Google is a major real estate leasing company in Dublin, with thousands of employees in the city. At silicon docks in Dublin, Google rents several offices. While Google plans to continue investing in its Irish business, its decision to give up renting offices will be closely watched as investors assess the impact of the new coronavirus epidemic on the city. < / P > < p > after the collapse of Ireland’s real estate industry, companies including twitter, Google and Facebook helped to revive it, and a large amount of overseas money poured into Ireland to build offices and apartments. In the second quarter of this year, companies rented 9885 square meters of office space in Dublin, according to CBRE. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today