Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Major new €200 million development planned for Park in Carrickmines

Major new €200 million development planned for Park in Carrickmines

The scheme is set to intensify competition between the various retail parks dotted around Dublin, writes Donal Buckley

Chartered surveyors finding commercial prices steep but fair

Chartered surveyors finding commercial prices steep but fair

These are among the latest findings in the Ireland Commercial Property (ICP) Monitor

Businesses favour short-term office space with no strings

Businesses favour short-term office space with no strings

The gig economy and economic uncertainty has prompted both big and small enterprises to hedge their bets, rather than committing to a long-term leases

Five auctions make €32.4m as developers swoop

Five auctions make €32.4m as developers swoop

Development properties, including unfinished developments, were the outstanding performer at BidX1’s auctions reflecting increased activity as developers respond to the housing shortage

Smart money will move from commercial to residential

Smart money will move from commercial to residential

Goodbody analyst predicts that investor payoff will be highest on multi-unit homes in the future

D4 office rent prices hot on the heels of popular neighbour D2

D4 office rent prices hot on the heels of popular neighbour D2

Prices pass €750 per square metre bar as available space shrinks and developers struggle to keep up

Obscure tax break boosts inner city  refurb rates

Obscure tax break boosts inner city refurb rates

The Living City Initiative offers investors and owner-occupiers the chance to claim back on property expenses

Investment doubles to nearly €1bn on back of interest in office sector

Investment doubles to nearly €1bn on back of interest in office sector

Dublin is showing good value for overseas buyers, but for tenants it’s a different story

Plenty to choose from at six major auctions

Plenty to choose from at six major auctions

A mix of commercial and residential properties are going under the hammer

Boom, not gloom, in the land of giants

Boom, not gloom, in the land of giants

In spite of an impending Brexit, Belfast is opening its arms to international investment and major developments are proliferating

€3.2m of apartments and houses sell at public auctions

€3.2m of apartments and houses sell at public auctions

Hammer falls on wide range of lots in everything from turn-key to fixer-upper condition in auctions hosted by Lisney and REA

Climate change events likely to spark run on last-mile logistics facilities

Climate change events likely to spark run on last-mile logistics facilities

Concerns over consumer access to goods during freak weather could be assuaged by online suppliers renting warehouses close to urban centres, writes Donal Buckley

Residential auctions see nearly €24 million worth of activity

Residential auctions see nearly €24 million worth of activity

Brisk bidding on a Dublin 7 unit near the new Luas line drove its price €190,000 over the estimate

Student housing firm GSA forges ahead with projects

Student housing firm GSA forges ahead with projects

Uninest will more than double its stock of student dorms in Ireland by 2020

More than €17m goes under the hammer

More than €17m goes under the hammer

Two auctions this week included four lots which topped the €1m mark, writes Donal Buckley