All you need to know about Dublin

Dublin is a small city, located just outside of Columbus, Ohio. As of 2010, the city is home to just over 40,000 residents. Dublin is known for the Memorial Tournament, a stop on golf’s PGA Tour and is also home to numerous golf courses, and as a result, Dublin is home to several golf professionals. Dublin also holds the largest 3-day Irish festival in the world on an annual basis. Dublin corporate housing is the ideal base for your business travel and corporate stay in Dublin. Corporate housing in Dublin offers business travellers more space, privacy, and flexibility than they would normally receive from hotel accommodation.  

Dublin’s history can be dated back to the early 1800s when the village that was to become Dublin began to take shape. According to historians, the city was named after John Sheilds birthplace of Dublin, Ireland. Sheilds and his partner John Sells surveyed the village in 1810 and developed it into a small town. It is only in recent years that Dublin has developed from a largely rural town into a suburban business hub. In the 1970’s the area was transformed by the creation of the I-270 outerbelt and the construction of the Muirfield Village Golf Club and housing projects.

Dublin has become home to the headquarters of a number of companies, including IGS Energy, Wendy’s and Cardinal Health. Most of the population of Dublin is employed by the finance and insurance industry as well as health care. Corporate housing in Dublin provides close proximity to the businesses in the area and offers business travellers to the area easy access to their work destinations.

Dublin is a short drive from The Ohio State University Airport and the John Glenn Columbus International Airport, regular buses run to and from the city centre across the suburbs of Columbus. Corporate housing in Dublin offers close proximity to transport links throughout the city. For your corporate housing in Dublin, book now with SilverDoor Apartments.