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© Irish Independent 19 Feb '20

GSA, Harrison Street eye seventh Dublin asset known as Sweeney's Corner, in the Liberties

Harrison Street, along with Global Student Accommodation Group (GSA), is developing a 235-bed student accommodation property in Dublin 8. The project includes 37 build-to-rent (BTR) units, which wi -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Feb '20

Ireland ranked second-worst in the developed world for property affordability

A study by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) published today also showed that the ratio between prices and rents was the third highest behind the Netherlands and Denmark. "Among the boom -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Feb '20

Tenants are signing leases for their new homes in One Three North without even viewing the property

It was moving day for tenants who got their keys yesterday for their ultra-modern but "very expensive" build-to-rent homes in Clongriffin, Dublin. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Hammerson appoints lead for move into housing

Dundrum Town Centre part-owner Hammerson has announced the appointment of Simon Betty to lead its move into residential development. Mr Betty, who is its retail director for Ireland, has been appoi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Irish Reits would benefit from property funds overhaul, Davy says

Davy analyst Coin Grant: “We have long been of the view that these fund structures have major flaws relative to the listed sector, where there is daily pricing, immediate liquidity, full regulation -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Take up in the industrial market grew by 12% on 2018: JLL

Activity in the industrial market in Dublin and the greater Dublin area (GDA) proved to be particularly strong in the final quarter of 2019 with three deals in excess of 100,000 sq ft helping to prope -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Dublin’s serviced office sector grew by 30% in 2019

Research by serviced office brokers, Click Offices, has found that the Dublin serviced office market grew by over 30 per cent in 2019, with 7,000 new desks, equating to 32,500sq m (350,000sq ft) of sp -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

DEAL: Private Irish investor pays €1.6m for Clontarf investment fully let to 10 well-established tenants

48-49 Clontarf Road comprises a mid-terrace three-story property extending to 504sq m (5,429sq ft). The accommodation is laid out to provide two ground-floor retail units, seven office suites and a pe -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Investors pile into property as turnover in build-to-rent sector reaches €2.54bn

According to commercial property agent Cushman and Wakefield, turnover in 2019 more than doubled compared to the previous year, reaching a record high of €2.54 billion across 51 deals in the part of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Applications for 961 new homes in Dublin and Meath rejected

ABP also refused permission to Dwyer Nolan Develpments Ltd for 359 dwellings in the townland of Regles, Lusk, Co Dublin. This was due to the road lay-out, dominance of surface car-parking and lack of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Approval granted for more than 650 apartments beside St Anne’s Park, Raheny

The board approved the development by Crekav, a subsidiary of developer Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group, of 657 apartments along with almost 500 parking spaces on former playing fields east of St -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Just 8,000 houses built last year offered for sale on open market, says CIF

Only about 8,000 of the 21,000 new homes built in the Republic last year were offered for sale on the open market, according to the Construction Industry Federation. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '20

Jump in young Irish adults living with parents among highest in EU

The report, by EU agency Eurofound, shows the rate of people in this age bracket increased 11.2 percentage points to 47.2 per cent. This compares with a 2 per cent increase across the EU over the same -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Feb '20

Local authorities face rent hike on Nama-owned social housing properties

The rent reviews, which will trigger increases as they are indexed to ever-increasing rental indices, are beginning to fall due this year as Nama entered the first of the leases in 2014, and the rent -  Subscribe
© Business Post 17 Feb '20

[NEEDS BP SUB] Derek Mulligan of OMD: Post-election housing plans may be more political than practical

Incentivising builders and landlords should be an important part of solving the housing crisis but is unlikely to be play well with voters -  Subscribe
© Business Post 17 Feb '20

[NEEDS BP SUB] Hannah Dwyer: Dublin office costs are lower than perceived

New research shows that, when extra costs such service charges and rates are factored in, the capital is more affordable than other major global cities -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Feb '20

Microsoft plans for new data centre at 20-acre Dublin site within Grange Castle Business Park,

Microsoft, the US technology company, is in talks to acquire a further 20 acres of land in order to construct a data centre and 120-person office development in Dublin. The land is within Grange Ca -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Feb '20

Wetherspoons eyes more sites for expansion here

Wetherspoons also is refitting the former HQ Restaurant & Gastrobar on Hanover Quay, purchased in November after Savills Ireland listed the property in excess of €5.5m. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Feb '20

Jim Kennedy and Jackson Way Properties have lost High Court challenge over refusal to provide information about Carrickmines land

Ms Justice Niamh Hyland dismissed an appeal by JWP and Mr Kennedy against a January 2019 decision of the Information Commissioner backing Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council’s refusal to provide -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Feb '20

Mark FitzGerald: Housing is at crisis point – it is time to park ideology and build

There are plenty of smart people in the construction sector – their expertise, commitment to innovation, and imagination should be harnessed in the interests of creating not only an efficient countr -  Subscribe
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