Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Rising sales prices lift spirits in the pub trade

Rising sales prices lift spirits in the pub trade

Pub auctions are coming back into fashion as investors return to the market

Auctions from Dublin to Galway generate €12.9m

Auctions from Dublin to Galway generate €12.9m

Two mixed-use investment properties in Loughrea town, Co Galway together generated €2.69 million

Property market sees auctions upsurge

Property market sees auctions upsurge

A five-bed detached home in Mount Merrion sold for €1.7 million, double the €850,000 guide price

O’Reilly’s back and he means business

O’Reilly’s back and he means business

Hours after Nama sold Project Jewel, Joe O’Reilly said he was involved in the redevelopment of the former Burlington Hotel

The Shipwright in Ringsend comes to market

The Shipwright in Ringsend comes to market

€500,000 for Ringsend pub and guesthouse

Rental surge prompts office plans

Rental surge prompts office plans

Office development has started afresh in Dublin’s south suburbs thanks to a rise in demand, writes Donal Buckley

Retail rent rebound?

Retail rent rebound?

A study suggests rents have bottomed out in the suburbs, and will bounce back dramatically in prime locations

Docklands set to flourish with €780 million development

Docklands set to flourish with €780 million development

Government agencies are behind the lion’s share of projects in Dublin’s docklands

Portfolio sales of family flats set to rise

Portfolio sales of family flats set to rise

Homebuyers lose out as receivers turn from single apartment sales following slowdown in the sector

Motorway access proves big draw in industrial market

Motorway access proves big draw in industrial market

After the summer lull, transactions are moving briskly in the auction rooms

Hotel sales could top €1 billion this year

Hotel sales could top €1 billion this year

There is brisk activity in the hotel sector as the Gresham looks set to go on the market

Development land: a tale of two markets

Development land: a tale of two markets

Developers will be more reluctant to take a risk on land that does not have prior planning permission

Major commercial sales set for the coming weeks

Major commercial sales set for the coming weeks

Investment property deals could total €3.5 billion by the end of the year

Retail still in demand

Retail still in demand

Last week’s sales of two provincial retail parks for more than €70 million show that foreign investors still see a lucrative future in the sector.

Flip service at Allsop’s

Flip service at Allsop’s

Allsop’s commercial property auction last Thursday witnessed contrasting fortunes for two ‘flippers’