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Domestic buyers count for over 50 per cent of a market that’s seeing greater participation from German funds, writes
In Dublin city centre, major refurbishment projects and new builds are in progress, but most new office space won’t be ready until 2017. Until then, it looks like rents are only going one way.
The strong national and international demand for hotels across the country is driven by economic growth and a weaker euro
A Georgian building and an inner-city pub, both bought in the last two years, are set to be sold again early next month
Pop-up shops were under threat from the recovery, but have recently received an unexpected boost from landlords
Some 67 per cent of the total stock of commercial and industrial properties have yet to be revalued.
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has a delicate balancing act to perform as developers push for competing retail projects
William Neville and Sons and US developer Hines gear up to begin building access roads and other infrastructure at the 255 hectare site by year end
A key feature across all markets was the ongoing reduction in the availability of Grade A industrial space.
Nama is behind plans to rapidly boost the amount of office space in the capital.
A range of new tax reliefs has been launched to encourage businesses and home owners back into city centre properties.
The Living City Initiative will offer tax relief of up to €200,000 for the refurbishment of buildings built before 1915
With deep-pocketed international funds backing some well-known Irish developers, we may see bidding wars for trophy development sites
Expansion announcements by a number of retail chains have resulted in increased demand for shop space across the country.
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