Tuesday February 18, 2020

Gazing into the crystal ball for 2020 in Irish property

International investor interest remains strong, but the lack of sustainability of rent levels could create problems in the coming year

12th January, 2020
The St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre was sold to Davy for €175.5 million at the end of 2019

2019 was undoubtedly another busy year in the commercial property sector in Ireland. Now our thoughts turn to what will be the likely big themes for 2020.

Future trends in the Dublin office market are certainly an area to watch, with the successful sales of Green Reit and Starwood’s Project Cedar portfolios in 2019 showing that international investor interest remains strong.

Supply in Dublin city centre is still constrained, with low vacancy rates, and occupiers increasingly...

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