Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Legal limits: Dublin law firms are tight on space

Legal limits: Dublin law firms are tight on space

With legal firms in the capital providing less office space per worker than in other international cities, agile workplaces may be the future

One-third of surveyors believe property in a downturn

One-third of surveyors believe property in a downturn

The latest commercial property monitor shows twice as many still believe the opposite

Telco site in Athy fetches €604k at BidX1 auction

Telco site in Athy fetches €604k at BidX1 auction

The building has four tenants which generate a succulent gross yield of almost 14 per cent

Survey suggests price isn’t primary concern for those renting in Dublin

Survey suggests price isn’t primary concern for those renting in Dublin

Renters in Dublin are willing to pay a premium to be close to work

‘Can-do’ Cullaun making development happen

‘Can-do’ Cullaun making development happen

Cullaun Capital positions itself as a multi-asset class lender willing to consider a range of projects

Bluebell renewal project will create ‘green lung’ for local residents

Bluebell renewal project will create ‘green lung’ for local residents

The Dublin 12 retail park regeneration will include 1,305 residential units, rooftop farms and a large amenity area

Dublin 8 picks up pace as new developments come on stream

Dublin 8 picks up pace as new developments come on stream

A slew of projects will give a big boost for businesses and workers in a central part of the capital

Service stations capture investor imagination

Service stations capture investor imagination

Returns from service stations appear to be increasingly attractive for property investors

Peace in a pod

Peace in a pod

While tiny bedrooms are becoming a common feature in Dublin’s newer hotels, many of them are decked out with high-end accessories and cutting-edge art

Shopping around for retail-friendly residents

Shopping around for retail-friendly residents

Shopping centre owners have realised that one way to increase footfall is to build residential units close to their retail outlets

Drink to that: Dublin pub sales on the rise

Drink to that: Dublin pub sales on the rise

So far this year, nine Dublin pubs have sold, generating a combined €30 million, according to figures compiled by Lisney Morrisseys

More than 120 properties at auction

More than 120 properties at auction

BidX1 will offer online bidders commercial lots to the value of €25.5m, while REA Dempsey Sothern will focus on residential units

Brexit cloud may hold silver lining for white knight industrial sector

Brexit cloud may hold silver lining for white knight industrial sector

While tourism and retail-related landlords await the roll of the Brexit dice with bated breath, those in warehousing and logistics are sitting pretty

Bumper crop of properties up for grabs as autumn season begins

Bumper crop of properties up for grabs as autumn season begins

An office unit in Castlebar is the most valuable commercial investment on offer in sales starting this month

Guide prices slump in BidX1 auction

Guide prices slump in BidX1 auction

Quotes are down by 23 per cent on earlier this year, while a €2.3 million former nursing home in Waterford tops the sale