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© The Irish Times 16 Jun '21

Courtown Adventure & Leisure Centre sold for more than €1m

The sale of the property was handled by agent JLL on behalf of the liquidators. The Irish Times understands the complex changed hands for in excess of €1 million. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Jun '21

DEAL: DCC subsidiary Exertis takes over lease at 21 Fonthill Business Park at rent of €81.12 per sq m

The deal will see the assignment of the lease on Unit 21 on behalf of Healthcare 21 following its decision to relocate to a new warehouse off the Naas Road. While the lease on Exertis Ireland’s n -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Jun '21

Bids approach €40m for Dublin's former City Arts Centre

Simon Kelly’s RQTwo, Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group, US real estate giant Hines, and a partnership involving Derek McGrath’s Core Capital and David Kennan’s KC Capital, are understood to be -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Jun '21

Estate agent’s demand for proof of funds being seen as the latest example of the little guy getting kicked around

Charlie Weston: It comes at a time when first-time buyers are already struggling in the hunt for homes with surging rents, rapid house-price rises, tough mortgage rules and a chronic shortage of homes -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Jun '21

Caroline O'Doherty: Litany of scandals from Priory Hall to pyrite show us that building standards must be more than just a facade

If ever a symbol was needed for the scandals that were beginning to engulf the building industry and its regulatory overseers, a toppling facade was it. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 15 Jun '21

Kennedy Wilson To Deliver Dublin’s Newest Urban Mixed-Use Campus In 2023

Kennedy Wilson (NYSE: KW) and Cain International, the privately held real estate investment firm, announce the construction of one of Ireland’s most sustainable commercial developments at Cooper -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Jun '21

My daughter keeps getting outbid on houses. Should she just wait for prices to fall?

Ed Carey: "I think (although this is only a hunch) that more properties will come on the market, and with a little less pressure on the demand side, for July and August as foreign holidays open up a l -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Jun '21

DEAL: Colliers has sold 12 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4 for €1.375 million

The building required complete refurbishment and modernisation which offered buyers an opportunity to restore it as a family home or as an office in the heart of Ballsbridge. Colin O’Shea of Coll -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Jun '21

Can the Land Development Agency finally solve Ireland’s housing crisis?

The coalition’s bill to fully establish the Land Development Agency requires that 50 per cent of homes will be set aside for rent or sale as affordable housing and 10 per cent for social housing, wh -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Jun '21

Bulk leasing of social homes has no ‘substantial economic benefit’

Eurostat said the practice of leasing social homes, as opposed to buying them outright, has almost completely de-risked development costs and funds “enjoy most of the rewards” of the deals. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Jun '21

Amazon’s latest €450m data centre approved in Drogheda

Following approval provided to Tunis Properties from Meath County Council, Amazon is set to develop two 48 megawatts (MW) data centres at the IDA Business and Technology Park in Drogheda. Combined, th -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Jun '21

Permanent TSB signs deal to provide new app for mortgage applicants

A personalised application process enables consumers search for mortgages, determine eligibility, apply in five steps and receive approval in principle in under an hour, the bank said. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jun '21

Plans for new 54-bedroom hotel on Meetinghouse Lane near Capel Street

Property firm Development Ocht, led by businessman Pádraig Kehoe, had originally sought permission to refurbish and extend the existing buildings on the site to provide a nine-storey structure with 6 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jun '21

Construction ‘ramps up’ in May with fastest increase in five years: Ulster Bank purchasing managers index (PMI)

Purchasing activity in the construction sector increased in May at the sharpest monthly rate since February 2016, as the lifting of lockdown restrictions unleashed a wave of activity in the sector, ac -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jun '21

Can Dundrum Town Centre hold on to its place as Ireland’s retail mecca?

Colm Lauder of Goodbody Stockbrokers: “I would be of a view that market rents still have some way to fall,” he says, but adds that this means that “retailers will be looking at locations they pr -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 13 Jun '21

Ballymore plans 385 new homes for Naas

Ballymore bought the site, close to Tipper Road, from the developers Gerry Prendergast, Paddy Sweeney and Thomas Considine under the instruction of statutory receiver George Maloney of RSM Ireland. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 13 Jun '21

Social media giant Reddit looks to Dublin for new office move

It has identified potential offices in Dublin’s Silicon Docks, the Quays and close to its current office on St Stephens Green. Speaking with the Sunday Independent, Allison Miller, the chief info -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Jun '21

DEAL: Deka Immobilien pays €22m for 26/27 Grafton Street premises of & Other Stories

It is understood that Deka is paying in the region of €22 million including costs to secure ownership of the property. Efforts to contact Deka Immobilien for comment on the deal were unsuccessful -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Jun '21

Finglas rezoning proposal in doubt over council opposition

The council votes on Monday to adopt new zoning that would allow residential development on the site at Jamestown Road, St Margaret’s Road and McKee Avenue. The current zoning is restricted to busin -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Jun '21

Planning permissions for homes plummets by 50%

The number of Strategic Housing Development (SHD) applications approved for apartment and housing units declined annually by 62 per cent and 92.5 per cent, the CSO said. -  Subscribe
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