Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Georgian home with ‘tenants who don’t pay rent’ sells for €1.065m

Georgian home with ‘tenants who don’t pay rent’ sells for €1.065m

Located at 21 Leeson Street Lower in Dublin 2, near the corner with Hatch Street, the five-storey terraced property extends to 264.77 square metres and comprises ten flats and two mews houses at the rear

Population rise fuels demand for new homes in M1 corridor

Population rise fuels demand for new homes in M1 corridor

A combination of a rising population living near an affordable housing market is expected to gene...

The Dundrum conundrum

The Dundrum conundrum

With the old shopping centre up for revamp and several different plans taking shape, the south Dublin suburb faces a major crossroads in terms of its development

Bedsit business a boost to urban renewal

Bedsit business a boost to urban renewal

Pre-63 properties are attracting major investors – and their refurbishment is bringing neglected city centre properties back to life

Dublin’s Liberties cut loose with a building bonanza

Dublin’s Liberties cut loose with a building bonanza

Nearly 500 hotel rooms and 1,000 student beds are expected in an up-and-coming area of the capital

Retail lots and apartments in large supply from BidX1

Retail lots and apartments in large supply from BidX1

Auction firm BidX1’s latest sale features a wide array of properties, from hospitality venues to detached redbricks

Property beats equity for investment returns

Property beats equity for investment returns

Over the past three years, Irish property fund growth has ranged from 18.5 per cent to more than 24 per cent, and advisers say this year looks pretty good too

Aparthotel sector is building momentum

Aparthotel sector is building momentum

Demand from our large under-25 population, self-catering tourists and the corporate sector has increased investor interest in alternative property developments, writes Donal Buckley

For retailers, it’s time to get ‘phygital’

For retailers, it’s time to get ‘phygital’

Successful retailers will need to be ‘omni-channel’, embracing both online and bricks and mortar, as gap grows between primary and secondary markets

Tranche of eight BoI bank branches sells for €10 million

Tranche of eight BoI bank branches sells for €10 million

Online auctioneer Bid X1 generated around €10 million from the sale of eight Bank of Ireland br...

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