Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Offices eyeing the suburbs

Offices eyeing the suburbs

New office development activity is extending its reach beyond Dublin’s central business district as city rents and demand continue to rise

Bullish development land market led by student housing demand

Bullish development land market led by student housing demand

A total of €27 million in sales was completed at Allsop online auctions last week

Forward funding paves the way for investors

Forward funding paves the way for investors

JP Morgan’s €125 million deal and interest in Honeypark, Dún Laoghaire, point to momentum for forward funding

Developers wake up to the appeal of industrial property

Developers wake up to the appeal of industrial property

Forecasts of rising rental growth are likely to spur more activity in the sector, writes Donal Buckley

Rental yields peak at triple Celtic Tiger highs

Rental yields peak at triple Celtic Tiger highs

Daft.ie report shows that double digit yields could be achieved by investors

Hotels come to market as  occupancy rates surge

Hotels come to market as occupancy rates surge

The hospitality sector remains buoyant despite Brexit uncertainty

Rents to grow by 4 per cent annually

Rents to grow by 4 per cent annually

Retailers are discounting to compete with online trade

Planning approved for Dundrum development

Planning approved for Dundrum development

Airfield estate fears planned apartment scheme will affect farm’s viability

Limerick set for two major new office builds

Limerick set for two major new office builds

Cheaper rents than the capital and a talented supply of graduates from its university and third-level colleges make Limerick city a ripe opportunity

21st century living above the shop

21st century living above the shop

For shoppers who want an all-round retail experience, will resi-retail be ‘the perfect storm’?

Well-located eateries are the flavour of the month

Well-located eateries are the flavour of the month

Prices are on the up for restaurants and cafés in salubrious (and even not-so-salubrious) locales around Dublin

Strong demand for mixed use investment properties

Strong demand for mixed use investment properties

The top seller at Allsop’s online auction last week was adjoining Georgian mixed used buildings on Dublin’s Mountjoy Square which sold for €1.15 million, more than double the guide price

Surveyors’ body calls for fund to deal with defective apartment schemes

Surveyors’ body calls for fund to deal with defective apartment schemes

Call made to housing minister following a number of recent high-profile cases concerning building defects

Work paying off at former Sandyford industrial estate

Work paying off at former Sandyford industrial estate

Planning permission has been granted for more than 110,000 square metres of new office developments following the launch of the Sandyford Business Improvement District Company

Luxury retailers: if you build it, will they come?

Luxury retailers: if you build it, will they come?

Can the retail developments on Dublin’s Dawson St attract the big-name international brands?