Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Quartet of sales each break €1m barrier at auction

Quartet of sales each break €1m barrier at auction

Last week saw four properties sell through auction for above the €1 million figure, with the to...

All eyes on Allsop’s online auction

All eyes on Allsop’s online auction

Deansgrange Road site in south Dublin is the most valuable lot ever at Allsop’s online auctions, with a guide price of between €4.75m and €5.25m

Aviva funds hits €305.5m with investors and pensions

Aviva funds hits €305.5m with investors and pensions

Aviva’s Irish property fund saw the value of its portfolio rise by 13 per cent in 2016, which is good news for Irish policy holders and investors who invested in the fund five years ago

A question of smart cities

A question of smart cities

Sandyford Business District is to drive Dublin’s bid to become a smart city, promising a future of decreased bottlenecks and increased protection against terrorism. However, there are other security and privacy issues to consider

From the ashes: Adamstown 2.0

From the ashes: Adamstown 2.0

A new lease of life for the Phoenix Park rail tunnel is a shot in the arm for west Dublin residential development

High yields expected at new Dublin Airport development

High yields expected at new Dublin Airport development

Rents of €370 per square metre are being quoted for the six-floor Dublin Airport Central office block

Residential and student projects boost construction

Residential and student projects boost construction

Some €1.4 billion worth of building projects moved on-site in the first three months of the year

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