Report shows renewed investor focus on green assets

Hooke & MacDonald’s mid-year review also showed over half of residential spend in Dublin was on the private rented sector

5th September, 2021
Report shows renewed investor focus on green assets
8th Lock, Royal Canal Park, D15 (developed by Ballymore, forward funded in a €200m deal in first half of 2021). Picture: Ballymore

Hooke & MacDonald published its mid-year review of the Dublin residential investment market last week. It was packed with fascinating research, particularly in relation to the private rented sector (PRS), which accounted for 55 per cent of the total spend (which tallied at €1.5 billion) in the first half of 2021.

Of the 19 main transactions, five residential deals were each worth over €100 million in Dublin.

The report highlighted the increasing importance of sustainability in the sector...

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