Another bountiful year for commercial property sector
The sale of the St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre to Davy for €175.5 million was undoubtedly the highest-profile retail investment of the year, but it was far from alone in being a huge deal
With €2.8 billion worth of transactions changing hands in the last quarter of the year, 2019 established a new record for investment in the Irish commercial property market with €5.8 billion transacting for the full year – easily surpassing the previous record of €4.5 billion achieved in 2016.
Accommodative monetary policy by the ECB and the Federal Reserve in 2019 strengthened the view amongst investors that the current low interest rate environment is here to stay. As...
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End of an era as Coppinger Row restaurant to close
The acclaimed Dublin eatery will shut up shop on December 31 in the wake of landlord Aviva’s decision to develop the building
Retail unit at heart of Galway city for sale or to let
No 37 Shop Street is a three-storey building of 175 metres located on the city’s main shopping thoroughfare
Giant screens to form Living Canvas for Irish and international artists
Irish property firm Iput has collaborated with leading cultural institutions to bring first-of-a-kind outdoor exhibition space to Dublin
Developers in Cork scramble to get in ahead of fast-track planning deadline
Commercial investment activity in the city was relatively quiet in the third quarter, but the retail rental market is picking up