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© RTE 29 Feb '24

2023 revenues at Glenveagh Properties dip by 6%

Housebuilder Glenveagh Properties has reported lower revenues and pre-tax profits for 2023 but said that underlying market demand for new homes continues to be very strong and it will provide the keys -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Feb '24

Ronan Group Real Estate submits plan for 17-storey tower in Dublin docklands

RGRE has sought permission to demolish the bank’s existing six-storey office building and to replace it with a new net-zero structure built to LEED Platinum standard with an A3 Ber rating and geothe -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Feb '24

The office is not dead but a reset is clearly underway

JLL global research shows that most employees work from the office an average of 3.1 days per week. Eight of the world’s 10 largest technology companies are now mandating at least three days per wee -  Subscribe
© Other 29 Feb '24

Planning refusal for Slane housing scheme upheld by An Bord Pleanála

The plans by Zilic Developments Ltd consisted of three two-storey housing blocks, with each comprising of three one-bedroom terraced ground floor dwelling units and two first-floor dwelling units. It -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Feb '24

DEAL: US giant Verizon inks deal for 84,300sq ft of office space at 1BQ in Limerick City

Verizon Communications, one of the world’s leading providers of enterprise and consumer communications and technology services, has signed a 15-year lease for 84,334sq ft (7,835sq m) of space at the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Feb '24

€125m sale of The Square in Tallaght hits obstacle

The sale by Oaktree of The Square is understood to have been held up following an objection from one of the US private equity giant’s lenders to the further substantial discount now set to be applie -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Feb '24

The real estate agent mapping out New York’s biggest commercial property deals

“He is an example of everything that is wrong with our housing crisis right now, which is that we have allowed housing to be treated as an investment, as a financial commodity, instead of a guarante -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Feb '24

DEAL: Greg Kavanagh buys at 146-156 Harold’s Cross Road site for €2.1m

Agent Cushman & Wakefield had been asking €2m for the 0.2-acre property so the price indicates that pricing in the city’s development land market may be firming. Fronting onto Harold’s Cross -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Feb '24

Central Bank highlights commercial property crash as key risk for financial sector

Higher interest rates in the commercial property sector, which is heavily reliant on leverage or borrowed capital, combined with the increased incidence of remote working are hurting valuations and de -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Feb '24

Paul McNeive: Industrial property was once the Cinderella of the market – but now it’s the belle of the ball

Industrial property has transformed from being the Cinderella of the market into the star performer, with corresponding changes to how the business is structured. I spoke with Philip Harvey, managing -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Feb '24

McNamara-linked UK firm in liquidation

Documents filed with the UK companies’ registrar show that British-based MB McNamara Construction Ltd, which the developer and his wife, Moira, established in 2014, is in the final stages of liquida -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 Feb '24

Planned apartments on former Cadbury’s pitch and putt course face opposition from Northside Retail Park owners

Planning consultants for the owners of the Northside Retail Park have told Dublin City Council that OTR Development Company's proposals for former Cadbury’s pitch and putt course in Coolock should b -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Feb '24

What's the true cost of buying an apartment, rather than a house?

Modern apartment life – a staple of existence in continental European cities such as Vienna and Paris since the second half of the 19th century – is a relatively recent phenomenon in Ireland. Here -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Feb '24

National commercial vacancy rate hit fresh high in final quarter of 2023

According to a report from GeoDirectory, the national commercial vacancy rate in Ireland rose 0.3 percentage points to 14.3pc in the last three months of 2023 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Feb '24

Governments used to boast about higher house prices - not anymore

There was a time when governments would take credit for rising house prices or regained “momentum” in the housing market like what we are currently seeing in the Irish market. Increasing property -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Feb '24

Housing commencements hit new post-boom record in January

Commencement notices for the construction of 3,357 new homes were received by the Building Control Management System (BCMS) last month. This was an increase of 59 per cent on the number of new homes c -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Feb '24

Hines gets sign-off for bowling alley to the rear of the Gaiety Theatre

A Dublin City Council planners’ report on the application stated that amusement and leisure complexes are permissible under the zoning rules of that part of the city, which aim “to sustain life wi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Feb '24

Ires loss widens after €141.8m property valuation amid higher interest rates rates

The loan-to-value ratio on the portfolio stood at 44.3 per cent at the end of last year, up from 43.3 per cent a year earlier, but below the maximum 50 per cent allowed under Irish real-estate investm -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Feb '24

Owner of Mount Jerome crematorium objects to plan for apartments

The submission, by Alan Massey, is one of 40 lodged in respect of Adroit Company’s plans for a large scale residential (LRD) scheme on Harold’s Cross Road in Dublin 6W that consists of four apartm -  Subscribe
© Business Post 21 Feb '24

Iput secures permission to triple size of logistics park near Dublin Airport

Iput has received planning permission to triple the size of its Nexus Logistics Park at the Cherryhound interchange of the M2 motorway, next to the M50 and close to Dublin Airport. -  Subscribe
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