Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

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

Big-money hotel deals a sign of things to come

Big-money hotel deals a sign of things to come

Twelve hotel deals generated almost €206 million for their vendors during the first half of this year, according to the latest figures from CBRE

Licence to print money: pub revival spreading to the commuter belt

Licence to print money: pub revival spreading to the commuter belt

Pubs in the counties near Dublin appear to be selling for their development potential as well as for their traditional use

Flight to the suburbs and sub-lets dominating Dublin office space

Flight to the suburbs and sub-lets dominating Dublin office space

The city centre office market was outperformed, while high-tech letting tailed off

Urban renewal brings new life to the north inner city

Urban renewal brings new life to the north inner city

The area between Parnell Street and Drumcondra will soon be home to numerous new pubs, residential units and hotels as building picks up pace in the area

Latest city centre sales will gauge Limerick’s mettle in the market

Latest city centre sales will gauge Limerick’s mettle in the market

A number of interesting investment properties are coming to the market in the Treaty City

Weighing up the benefits

Weighing up the benefits

While estate agents and developers cannot command the same rent for gym spaces as they can for offices, many view them as a loss leader that will attract other tenants to a building

The only way is up for industrial rents

The only way is up for industrial rents

In its first quarter report on the market, Cushman & Wakefield said prime rents in the opening quarter stood at €100 per square metre, representing an annual increase of 9.9 per cent

Investors focus on shopping centres and warehouse retail in first quarter

Investors focus on shopping centres and warehouse retail in first quarter

Secondary retail properties also outstrip prime locations for relative rental returns

A shot in the arm for Georgian Dublin

A shot in the arm for Georgian Dublin

The latest sales reveal that Georgian buildings, on both sides of the Liffey, are becoming increasingly popular places to live and work

€600m set to be invested in buying Irish hotels this year

€600m set to be invested in buying Irish hotels this year

Some of the best-known hotels in the country are up for sale, and many of them come with eye-watering price tags, writes Donal Buckley

A chance to vote for your favourite Irish architecture

A chance to vote for your favourite Irish architecture

Organised by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI), voters will select the Public Choice Award winners from a shortlist of 41 projects

Bumper crop at two auctions

Bumper crop at two auctions

Properties from each of the four provinces will be on offer at the O’Donnellan & Joyce and Sherry FitzGerald sales, writes Donal Buckley