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© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

The rationale for moving from Dublin to commuter counties has never been stronger

“Earpods, designer runners, a coffee and a dog”, that’s how you can spot the new wave of those moving from Dublin to Kildare, according to Eamon O’Flaherty of estate agents Sherry FitzGerald B -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

‘Complex issues’ raised in Glenveagh’s €8m claim against Co Meath residents, says judge

The judge said Glenveagh’s central allegation is that Mr Lynch and Ms Leavy were attempting a “shake-down” for extortion, and if the extortion was successful they could make concerns in planning -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

DEAL: Arrow Capital Partners in €7.5m deal for two interconnecting units of 41,348 and 46,621sq ft at Dublin’s Airways Industrial Estate

Arrow Capital Partners was advised on the transaction by CBRE while Slate Office Reit was represented by TWM. The acquisition from Slate Office Reit was made for Arrow’s €3 billion SIRE joint vent -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

DEAL: Union Investment secures first tenant for Irish Nationwide Building Society’s former HQ following redevelopment led by Hines

While the terms of the deal have not been disclosed, The Irish Times understands Element Fleet Management has signed a 15-year lease at a rent of €57 per sq ft. Cushman & Wakefield and BNP Paribas R -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

DEAL: French fund Inter Gestion REIM pays €16 million for office and retail property at 21-24 Capel Street

21-24 Capel Street is fully let to Garda watchdog, and Spar owner BWG group, and is generating over €1.26m in annual rental income. BNP Paribas Real Estate and JLL represented buyer and vendor respe -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

Suspension of development levies set to be extended to boost housebuilding

The Government is likely to extend the suspension of development levies this week in a move to increase housebuilding for the rest of the year. The Cabinet committee on housing will meet on Monday -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

Almost 400 apartments planned for Dublin’s Grand Canal cost-rental scheme

Almost 400 apartments, 65 per cent of which will be available to rent by low- and middle-income workers under the State’s cost-rental scheme, are to be built along the Grand Canal in Dublin by the L -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

Details of 11 RGRE assets being sold on behalf of receivers Grant Thornton including Bewley’s Grafton Street premises and Connaught House

The portfolio is being offered to the market by joint agents JLL and Cushman & Wakefield at an overall guide price of €150 million after RGRE consented last November to AIB and Bank of Ireland’s a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

House price inflation accelerates to more than 6%

This was the sixth month in a row that headline inflation in the residential market here has increased. Prices in Dublin rose at an annual rate of 5.6 per cent in February, the CSO said, while prices -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '24

Sherry FitzGerald appoints Darren Chambers as residential director

Chambers brings three decades of experience to the role, and most recently held the position of director at Lisney Sotheby’s International Realty. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Apr '24

Scrap new home levies to boost supply, says top economist

BNP Paribas Real Estate chief economist John McCartney said levies are a drag on new supply. “The levies should be scrapped altogether, it is bad economics. The loss to the Government could be fu -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 16 Apr '24

A different kind of property crash is playing out in Dublin

Sue Munden, a senior research analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence: “The tech sector has more of a remote working culture than many other industries, which seems to have become even more entrenched owi -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 Apr '24

Resurgence of Georgian charm: Why period office buildings are bucking the commercial real estate slump

At a time when the modern office market is suffering from a slowdown, Dublin’s Georgian properties continue to draw interest. Part of the reason is their gracious period features including cornicing -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 Apr '24

Land Development Agency to build almost 400 Dublin apartments with cost-rental focus

LDA and Dublin City Council have announced plans to build almost 400 apartments in blocks of up to nine storeys close to the Blackhorse stop on the Luas red line near Ballyfermot. The 389 apartments w -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 Apr '24

Colm Lauder: Listed real estate firms are rebounding, but share prices are lagging

As we have now closed out the first quarter of 2024, we have the benefit of more evidence which supports continued stability, though not growth, in the sector, especially at the prime end of it. It -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 Apr '24

LDA property boss: Landowners sitting on sites that can’t be developed at affordable prices

Many private landowners are sitting on “overpriced” sites with “unimplementable” planning permissions, the head of the state’s Land Development Agency has said. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 16 Apr '24

Housebuilding up strongly, but 'Government may still miss target'

Ibec cited official figures showing a significant increase in housing commencements that means that about 70% more homes were started in the first two months of the year than a year earlier. However, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Apr '24

Investment activity expected to pick up after Q1 spend drops to lowest level since 2012 – CBRE

“Feedback from investors across Europe indicates that second-hand offices, on a selective basis, are now pricing attractively. Many investors, particularly those with equity, believe that now is the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Apr '24

DEAL: Specialist investor Arrow buys huge Dublin warehouse block for €7.5m

Arrow Capital Partners, the specialist investor, developer and manager of real estate in Europe and Asia-Pacific, has acquired an 88,000 sq ft logistics asset in Dublin for €7.5m. The acquisition wa -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Apr '24

Paul McNeive: Nervous landlords are more than happy to let office rent reviews slide

The negotiation of a new rent every five years under a lease’s rent review clause is a specialised area which rarely makes the headlines. But setting the new rent has a significant impact on the te -  Subscribe
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