Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

No supply shortage as commercial sector booms

No supply shortage as commercial sector booms

Far Eastern investment highlights the confidence in the Irish market, and reflects appetite for €100 million mega-deals

Dublin confirmed as magnet for tech firms - but challenges loom

Dublin confirmed as magnet for tech firms - but challenges loom

Good news and bad news vie in separate reports from international estate agencies

Build to rent going from strength to strength

Build to rent going from strength to strength

A series of bumper multi-unit residential deals are underlining the value of the sector - and not just in Dublin

BidX1 whets investor appetite with a pre-Christmas €54m bonanza

BidX1 whets investor appetite with a pre-Christmas €54m bonanza

Lots in December auction will include eight Bank of Ireland branches and a restaurant building beside Dublin Castle

Developer Barrett rides to the rescue for Galway’s squeezed office and retail market

Developer Barrett rides to the rescue for Galway’s squeezed office and retail market

The two big projects are part of a response to heightened interest in the city

Swords property leads surge of big-money deals at BidX1

Swords property leads surge of big-money deals at BidX1

A mixed-use investment at St Fintan’s on North Street in Swords, Co Dublin, sold for its €2.3 million guide price, which was €300,000 less than the price quoted for it in 2017, when it failed to sell

British developer U+I fishing for €500m flagship projects in Dublin

British developer U+I fishing for €500m flagship projects in Dublin

Matthew Weiner seeks ‘proper scale’ developments to ‘deliver socio-economic value and financial return’

Microsoft and Google lead the charge to Sandyford

Microsoft and Google lead the charge to Sandyford

Office projects are booming in the Dublin suburb of Sandyford, but residential developments have been hit by delays

Drive thru takes it away

Drive thru takes it away

Good for business or a distracting nuisance for existing shopping centre tenants?

Is Dublin commercial property about to peak?

Is Dublin commercial property about to peak?

The fundamentals might be sound, but most experts surveyed believe Dublin’s commercial market is too expensive

O’Connell Street redux in the offing?

O’Connell Street redux in the offing?

Two more properties on market and revamped Clerys building could refresh character of street, while major hotel developments are in the works

Irish market outperforming Europe

Irish market outperforming Europe

Ireland’s property investment market growth rate outstripped the continental average in the 12 months to the beginning of October, writes Donal Buckley

Retail gallops to catch up with other sectors

Retail gallops to catch up with other sectors

Two recent reports show 0.4 per cent rises in rents and capital values for retail properties in the three months to the end of September, writes Donal Buckley

Residential price cuts at auction as tenanted homes go unsold

Residential price cuts at auction as tenanted homes go unsold

Vacant homes and commercial property exceed guide prices

Waterford all set for a major boost

Waterford all set for a major boost

Low living costs have made the city a top destination for companies looking to set up shop on the east coast, with half a billion euro of public and private investment headed south-east.