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Residential market braces for change

According to CBRE`s latest ViewPoint report, new goverment budgetary measures as well as actions by the Department of Housing are going to impact residential development. Some of these include:
Friday, 27. October 2017

Kennedy Wilson refinances Phase II of 845-unit Clancy Quay Development

Kennedy Wilson and its equity partner have refinanced the existing construction loan on Phase II of Clancy Quay. When complete, Clancy Quay will include 845 units within a high-end multifamily community on the southern banks of the River Liffey in Dublin, at the historic site of Clancy Barracks. The loan was secured following...
Friday, 27. October 2017

Industrial market continues to perform steadily

According to JLL, take-up for Q3 totalled 407,904 sq ft across 33 deals. This is a decrease of 42% in the quarter, and a 55% decrease compared to Q3 2016. The main cause for the reduction in take-up is the decrease in the number deals, with 11 fewer deals in Q3 (33) compared to Q2 (44). There was also a decrease in the number...
Friday, 27. October 2017

Patron Capital and Code collaborate to create new pod hostel in Dublin

Patron Capital has acquired the Jacobs Inn in Dublin, which it will transform into a new pod-style hostel, branded and managed by Code Pod Hostel. The company launched its concept three years ago with its first location in Edinburgh New Town. It aims to offer affordable accommodation for „design-conscious travellers who value...
Friday, 27. October 2017

Tristan fund increases build-to-rent apartments platform in Dublin

An opportunity fund advised by pan-European real estate investment manager Tristan Capital Partners is adding another 138 multifamily for-rent apartments to its existing VERT platform following the off-market acquisition of three high quality, stand-alone residential buildings in Leopardstown, South Dublin.
Wednesday, 25. October 2017

Up to 850 new residential units planned for Limerick

The first step towards one of the largest planned residential projects outside the capital has been taken with the announcement that Limerick Twenty Thirty (LTT) is to develop 850 units at Mungret. The project, as part of a wider programme of investment in public and private housing, will add further momentum to Limerick’s e...
Tuesday, 24. October 2017

Notable increase in demand in the Dublin industrial & logistics sector

According to CBRE, 48,863 m² of take-up was recorded in the Dublin industrial & logistics market during the third quarter of 2017, bringing total take-up in this sector in the first three quarters of 2017 to almost 170,000 m². This is down approximately 20% on the volume of activity achieved in the first three quarters of 201...
Monday, 23. October 2017
Round Hill Capital appoints Brian Welsh as Chief Executive of The Nido Collection

Round Hill Capital appoints Brian Welsh as Chief Executive of The Nido Collection

Round Hill Capital has appointed Brian Welsh as Chief Executive of The Nido Collection, the Group’s UK, Ireland and Continental European student accommodation investment and operational platform and brand. Welsh will lead the continuing expansion of Round Hill’s student accommodation business as well as explore the extension ...
Monday, 23. October 2017

Stability across all indices in JLL Irish Property Index

The JLL Property Index, which has been undertaken by JLL since 1969, measures returns to direct investment in property and represents a hypothetical portfolio typical of the market. The Overall Returns of the portfolio in the last 3 months are +3.8% and in the last 12 months total +13.1%. This combined Capital and Income Retu...
Friday, 20. October 2017

Irish retail sector momentum continues

CBRE recently released their latest research report, focussing on trends in the retail sector of the Irish economy and property market. According to CBRE, during the last six-month period the Irish retail sector has continued to show positive fundamentals driven by strong economic conditions and monthly footfall figures. Reta...
Tuesday, 17. October 2017

Sharp increase in Q3 Belfast office lettings

Office space take-up in Belfast increased significantly in Q3, according to new data released by Savills Northern Ireland. 19 transactions, totalling 91,557 sq. ft. completed in the quarter – more than double the number in Q1 and Q2 combined (14) taking the total take-up for the year to date to 257,029 sq. ft. An overwhelming...
Tuesday, 17. October 2017

Shoreditch is world's most expensive tech district

Shoreditch is the most expensive tech district in the world, with intense demand for office space pushing rents higher than those in Mid-Market, San Francisco, and almost double those in Brooklyn, New York, according to new research from Knight Frank.
Friday, 6. October 2017

16 Dublin pubs sold in the first 9 months of 2017

CBRE Ireland released statistics on the volume and value of pub sales in the Dublin market in the first nine months of 2017 showing that a total of 16 pub properties, totalling more than €17.8 million between them sold in the Irish capital in the first three quarters of the year.
Wednesday, 4. October 2017
€1.3 billion of investment in Irish property transacted in 2017

€1.3 billion of investment in Irish property transacted in 2017

€1.3 billion of Irish property has traded so far in 2017. While this is lower than 2016, last year was an exceptional year. In Q3, €530 million of investment transactions closed. The largest transaction in Q3 was the sale of a €60 million off-market office transaction in Dublin. The second largest was retail unit at 100-101 G...
Wednesday, 4. October 2017

23 Hotel Sales in the Irish Market in the first 9 months of 2017

CBRE Ireland today released statistics on the volume and value of hotel sales in the Irish market in the first nine months of 2017, showing that a total of 23 hotel properties, totalling more than €87 million between them sold in Ireland during the first nine months of 2017.
Tuesday, 3. October 2017
Patrizia acquires two-property BTR development in Dublin from Cosgrave Developments

Patrizia acquires two-property BTR development in Dublin from Cosgrave Developments

Patrizia Immobilien AG announces the acquisition of a €130 million project to develop high-quality rental apartments in the prosperous Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown borough of Greater Dublin. The investment is on behalf of two pan-European funds; the seller is Cosgrave Developments. The construction of the two properties, Charlotte ...
Friday, 29. September 2017